Restaurants in British Columbia

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Terra cotta floors, paintings of Tuscan vistas, and Roman-esque sculptures will transport you to Italy as quickly as the wine: or the lamb, grilled on... Read More

Chef/owner Giuseppe “Pino” Posteraro serves Mediterranean cuisine at Cioppino’s and its sister restaurant next door, Enoteca. Two... Read More

Inspired by the classic West Coast seafood restaurant, this downtown eatery serves the freshest daily catch in a spacious, two-story dining room.... Read More

Stop in for a pint at the convivial Craig Street Brew Pub, whose Shawnigan Irish Ale is the best of several house-made beers. Read More

Chef Bill Jones is a passionate forager, and wild mushrooms are often the highlight of his tasting menus, served in his cozy farmhouse. Working with a... Read More

This elegant oasis at the Metropolitan Hotel provides a Pacific Northwest take on international cuisine. Chef Hamid Salimian applies his talents to ... Read More

Marked by a massive, three-dimensional sign out front, Don Mee Seafood Restaurant has been in Victoria's Chinatown for more than 80 years. The... Read More

The view: A 15-minute gondola ride lifts diners 7,700 feet above sea level to the timber-framed Eagle’s Eye Restaurant at the Kicking Horse Resort... Read More

Walk into España on a weekday after 7 p.m., and you may not get a seat—even though it opened in late 2012, it's still that popular. This intimate place... Read More

Ingredients are delivered fresh daily to Chef David Gunawan, who transforms them into whimsical, delicious dishes, or rather they appear in unexpected... Read More

Pork isn't the only thing on the menu at this popular spot, where it's typical to see people lined up outside waiting for seats—though the signature... Read More

Back in 1989, three University of British Columbia students banded together to bring oversized 24-inch pizzas to Vancouver’s hungry masses. This... Read More

The inventive menu (smoked duck meatballs, braised octopus with spicy kelp, foraged mushrooms with Okanagan goat cheese) traverses the region from land... Read More

A bowl of this restaurant’s hearty mascarpone-and-mushroom ravioli, along with a glass of B.C. Pinot (Noir or Gris), can make a layover here seem... Read More

This unassuming seafood joint on False Creek Fisherman’s Wharf (just a short walk from the Granville Island market) doesn’t look like much... Read More

Guu has six spots in the city, and Kobachi is one of the izakaya empire's newer iterations. The wood-clad space has a rustic-Japan vibe, and is ideal... Read More

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