5 new Vancouver restaurants you need to try this February

Feb 5 2020, 7:19 am

While there are a ton of new eateries open and opening soon, we’ve compiled a shortlist of some of our must-tries that are seriously living up to the hype.

Here are some new Vancouver restaurants you need to try right now.

Old Bird

Old Bird

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Main Street’s newest eatery “Old Bird” pretty much just cracked its door open. All the food you’ll find on this menu is inspired by Old Bird owner Sophia Lin and Executive Chef Deseree Lo’s childhood nostalgia tied with a fusion of flavours from all over China, plus some recognizable Asian street food favourites.

Address: 3950 Main Street, Vancouver
Phone: 604-873-1172

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Kaneko Hannosuke

 

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This brand is known for its top-notch freshly-fried Tempura Donburi, aka tendon tempuras. Kaneko Hannosuke currently has locations around Japan and in the US in California and New Jersey.

Address: 1725 Robson Street, Vancouver

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Bar Corso

 

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Taking over the former location of The Candy Aisle at 1566 Commercial Drive, Bar Corso offers patrons fine Italian spirits, wine, and tapas. The eatery is currently operating under soft opening hours, but it is open and serving up “grappa, cocktails, and food in Vancouver’s Little Italy.”

Address: 1566 Commercial Drive, Vancouver

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House Special

House Special

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The 1269 Hamilton Street spot has quietly opened after a short renovation, which saw the 1,200-sq-ft space get some interior updates including white marble, woodwork, and greenery. In addition to the sleek new look, House Special is boasting a new menu of eats that would make any comfort-food lover swoon.

Address: 1269 Hamilton Street, Vancouver
Phone: 778-379-2939

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Say Mercy!

Say Mercy!

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Say Mercy! comes to us from the same team that brought us Powell Street gem The Mackenzie Room, the Collective Hospitality group. Executive Chef Sean Reeve is at the helm of the kitchen here, serving up a unique marriage of American BBQ grub and Italian food.

Address: 4298 Fraser Street, Vancouver

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