5 new must-try restaurants to check out in Vancouver

Oct 16 2020, 7:08 pm

New Vancouver restaurants are our three favourite words, so here’s the latest in local food and beverage.

There are tons of establishments in and around the city that have opened for the first time recently, but how do you pick which ones are worth hitting up?

We’ve done the tough work for you and created this shortlist of openings you should be paying attention to — you’re welcome, foodies.

Here are the best new Vancouver restaurants you need to try this month.


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Sashimiya is Vancouver’s new grab-and-go sushi and sashimi shop, and if you haven’t visited the fresh Hornby Street gem yet, it’s time to make some eating plans, people. Located at 1348 Hornby Street (previously Sushi Hiyori) the charming new sushi spot and Japanese grocery store is owned and operated by Chef Taka Omi and his wife.

Address: 1348 Hornby Street, Vancouver
Phone: 604-689-0088


Tokyo Katsu-Sand (Food Truck)


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Tokyo Katsu-Sand is the newest spot for Japanese-style katsu sandwiches in town, and its offerings are looking pretty drool-worthy. Folks can find this new food truck located at Granville and W Georgia Street (725 W Georgia Street) open daily from 11:30 am to 6 pm.

Address: 725 W Georgia Street, Vancouver



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ShuckShuck’s specialty is sky-high, souped-up oysters, ones we bet you’ve never seen before. The new 227 E Pender Street spot is certainly not your average oyster bar, offering more than just a weekly buck-a-shuck deal and trays of basic oysters with sliced lemons and heaps of horseradish on the side.

Address: 227 E Pender Street, Vancouver


Capo and the Spritz

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This concept is brought to us by the fine folks at Autostrada Hospitality and it officially opened to the public today, September 21. Located on the ground level of boutique hotel OPUS Vancouver, Capo and the Spritz has taken over the space formerly occupied by La Pentola and OPUS Bar.

Address: OPUS Vancouver — 322 Davie Street, Vancouver


Kevin & Kevin

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Kevin & Kevin is opening soon in Vancouver, and this concept is not your average juice bar and coffee shop, as you may have gauged from its interior. The new Chinatown business is set to offer customers a range of both grab and go and dine-in options for breakfast, lunch, and dinner in a modern, high-end space.

Address: 488 Gore Avenue, Vancouver


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