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Vancouver Cheap Eats: Granville Island

DH Vancouver Staff Apr 21, 2017 3:30 am 4,388

With a beautiful view of False Creek, Granville Island is known for its bustling public market home to several eateries. Next time you’re in the area, check out one of these five spots where you can fill up on some cheap eats, for $10 or less.

Kaisereck Deli

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Located inside the Granville Island public market, this German deli serves up gourmet german sausages in a bun for $5.95. Try the spicy bratwurst or polish sausage, or go for the pierogi plate that comes with your choice of german sausage for $8.95.

Address: 114-1689 Johnston Street, Vancouver

The Market Grill

Simple, classic, and affordable. For $6.95, the Market Breakfast number 1 includes eggs, toast and hashbrowns, and for $2 more, add sausage or bacon. Missed breakfast? Don’t miss the classic beef burger loaded with toppings for $9.75.

Address: 104-1689 Johnston Street, Vancouver

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Siegel’s Bagels

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Bagel lovers rejoice – Siegel’s is known for having some of the best bagels in the city. The authentic Montreal style bagels start at $1.50 each, with toppings like cream cheese and peanut butter for another few dollars. Feeling extra hungry? Try the Montreal smoked meat bagel or the club bagel $9.95.

Address: 22-1689 Johnston Street, Vancouver

Blue Parrot Coffee

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Nestled inside the public market and known for their excellent coffee, the Blue Parrot serves all day breakfast. With everything from omelettes and waffles to bagels and sandwiches, you’ll find everything here for under $10.

Address: 108-1689 Johnston Street, Vancouver

Off the Tracks Bistro

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You’ll have to leave the Granville Island Public Market for this one, but this cute local bistro is worth it. Offering all day breakfast, try the buttermilk biscuit for $9.50. If you’re in the mood for cheese, go for the poutine or grilled cheese for $7.

Address: 1363 Railspur Alley, Vancouver
Instagram: @offthetracksbistro

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