Vancouver staple Hon's Wonton House finally reopens in Olympic Village

Jul 12 2018, 4:51 am

The wait is over for wonton-lovers and comfort-food fans alike as Hon’s Wonton House, a Chinese eatery located in Chinatown in the 1970s, has reopened its doors to Vancouver diners.

Wonton House

Chinatown in the 1970s/Facebook

The eatery has found a new home, making its modern-day return to the Olympic Village.

Wonton House

Hon’s Wonton House in Olympic Village/Facebook

The interior of the restaurant reveals an upgraded, modern aesthetic that combines intimate dining with an elegant layout.

An open-space kitchen is combined with dark wood furnishing and traditional porcelain dishes.

Wonton House

A newly refurbished, open-space kitchen/Facebook

Their menu, which has also undergone changes, has been streamlined and focuses on what they consider long-time customer favourites. Items like pan-fried potstickers, rice rolls, and beef brisket noodle soup round out a smaller, but carefully thought out menu.

Wonton House

Traditional wonton noodle soup

Wonton House

Rice rolls

Prices start at $5 for their side dishes and range up to $11 for their noodle bowls.

You can visit their new space at 25 East 2nd Avenue.

Hon’s Wonton House

Address: 25 East 2nd Avenue, Vancouver
Phone: 604-708-0306

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