Vancouver’s Chinese restaurants routinely get ranked among the best in North America. However, how would you make sense of where — and what — to eat?
Since even 20 dishes can be a great deal to process, here’s our beginning aide — some restaurants you should explore, their honor winning plates, and tips on what else to keep in mind.
Dynasty Seafood Restaurant
This top-notch Cantonese eatery comes offers a luxurious environment with a roomy lounge area that brings out an aura of the downtown horizon.
The don’t-miss dish? Heated lemon BBQ pork pie — sweetened grilled pork punched up with tart citrus and stuffed into a lusciously flaky baked dough.
Round out your dinner with a blend of customary and contemporary little plates, from exemplary har gow (steamed shrimp dumplings) to Buddha’s devour (blended vegetables).
For dessert, consider the specially prepared sago and dark sesame pudding.
Located in the highly populated Vancouver City Hall, this top of the line Cantonese eatery took prizes this year for three new dish introductions:
- The southern style boneless chicken with minced prawns, glutinous rice
- Chestnut glue and geoduck (monster mollusk) arranged two ways
- Smoked live lobster with grouped mushrooms.
If not in the mood for something fancy, you can feast well on more straightforward recipes as well.
These include the steamed entire fish along with different Chinese greens that are new to most of us.
In case you’re health conscious, including a healthy platter of boiled noodles may be a good choice.
Sea Harbour Seafood Restaurant
This upscale Richmond lounge area has earned more best dish awards than whatever any other Chinese eatery in the vicinity, for its imaginative Hong Kong-style food.
From sautéed prawns with soy to singed squab to the creative braised chayote squash with pork and safeguarded vegetable.
You’ll discover the current year’s prize-winning dish, rotisserie pumpkin stays with egg yolk sauce.
That also at affordable prices. The photograph filled menu makes it simpler for you to choose.