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Vancouver’s prestigious culinary scene did not go unnoticed in Canada’s 100 Best Restaurants for 2019. In fact, eleven of the city’s restaurants were featured in this year’s list, including Railtown’s St. Lawrence ranking at #5. Canada’s 100 Best Restaurants list is curated and voted on by food critics, leading chefs, legendary restauranteurs, elite diners, and food fanatics from across the country. 

Here are Vancouver’s noteworthy restaurants as voted by Canada’s 100 Best: 

St. Lawrence
269 Powell Street
Classic French cuisine with Quebecois inspiration

Hawksworth Restaurant 
801 West Georgia Street
A celebration of Vancouver’s cultural diversity and natural environment

Kissa Tanto
263 East Pender Street
Italian and Japanese fusion cuisine 

217 Carrall Street
French influenced West Coast fare

Boulevard Kitchen and Oyster Bar 
845 Burrard Street
West Coast seafood-focused menu

Cioppinos Mediterranean Grill and Enoteca 
113 Hamilton Street
A fresh perspective on Mediterranean cooking

1017 West Hastings Street
Modern Canadian cuisine

1038 Canada Place (Fairmont Pacific Rim)
Depicting the culinary abundance and botany of the Pacific Northwest

Savio Volpe
615 Kingsway
Styled after the classic osteria-rustic fare in the Italian tradition of freshness and regionality 

Ancora Water-Front Dining
1600 Howe Street, Vancouver
1351 Bellevue Avenue, West Vancouver
Embrace the harmony of Peruvian and Japanese cultures

1 West Cordova Street
Inspired by the early 20th-century design movement “Bauhaus” translated to “construction house” which was famous for its unique approach to architecture and design—modern cuisine