Comfort Inn & Suites
1748 Capilano Road
North Vancouver, BC V7P 3B4
Phone: (604) 988-3181
Fax: (604) 904-2755
The décor is composed of an array of native artifacts and artwork; there are portraits of First Nations nobility, baskets, carvings and settlers' tools; and most of all, the portions are huge. The Yukon breakfast, for example, has five slices of back bacon, two eggs, hash browns and toast. Many of the burgers are named after First Nations chiefs, such as Chief Capilano (onion, lettuce, wiener, egg, cheese, tomato, Tomahawk special sauce and dill pickle), and the Chief Raven (Tomahawk special sauce and dill pickle).
This cheerful bistro is located in the quaint Edgemont Village. For a good steak, try the Rib Eye with Port, Silton and Peppercorn Sauce. The succulent California Lamb is marinated in Honey, Red Wine, Citrus, Sambal Oelek and Sweet Soy for two days. If it's not meat you're after, try one of the seafood or pasta dishes. Call for details.
This intimate restaurant is a favorite among locals. It offers friendly service in a warm atmosphere. The decor is rich and colorful. The menu features a range of pastas, along with tempting meat and chicken dishes. The lunch menu features a selection of sandwiches. The Spaghetti with Rock Shrimp, Spinach, Chilies and Fresh Herbs is a special favorite. The pastas range in price and you can choose from full or half portions.
Spending the day touring around Stanley Park is bound to work up appetites. Built on the historic park's lookout, this popular and long-standing café offers incredible views of the city, mountains and ocean. It also houses a gift shop and patio dining. Seafood is a highlight on the menu. The brunch menu offers fresh fruit salads and light pasta dishes. Host your private events here with the beautiful view and create wonderful memories. Call for open hours as they are seasonal.
Enjoy great views of the harbor, while relishing tasty French food served here. For more details, check website.
Located close to the Lonsdale Quay market, Gusto di Quattro is a pleasant diner in North Vancouver, which otherwise lacks fine dining options. Serving only Italian cuisine, the restaurant has turned out to be one of the local hot-spots. Try the pistachio-crusted sea bass, spaghetti quattro, duck breast with Frangelico or the spicy concoction of minced chicken, along with a glass of Chianti, your taste buds are bound to be delighted. With a mix of earthy hues, the decor helps in creating an ambiance that is as magical as the food. Lunch is served only between Monday and Friday from 11.30a onwards, whereas, dinner is available on all days from 5.30p onwards.
Situated in bustling Lower Lonsdale, Lolo brings something a little different to the North Shore. If you're looking for a full meal deal, look elsewhere. But if you want to dip into charcuterie, cheese, and flat breads from the best of local purveyors, head over to this atmospheric little eatery. Everything on the menu has been carefully chosen in the spirit of sharing. Cheese include a tangy Benedictin Bleu from Quebec and a 12-month Manchego from Spain. Spreads include a silky chicken liver pate and a fig and black olive tapenade. Don't forget the flatbread. Call or see the website to know more.
Posh and classy, this restaurant offers some great views of the Coal Harbor cityscape, the North Shore Mountains and Stanley Park. If you can tear your sights away from these breathtaking views, it would be only to ravage through an extensive menu, serving some of the best meat and fish dishes one can find. The staff is welcoming and the service is in keeping with the smart and cheerful décor, which is accentuated by two outdoor fireplaces. Bite into some lip-smacking Crab Rolls, followed by Chicken Breast and Warm Honey Potato Salad. Pairing up a dish with wine does not require an expert, for the list is full of Canadian and international favorites. At the end of it all, you may be presented with a rather hefty bill, but for the food, ambiance and service, it's worth every cent!
The Rusty Gull Neighborhood Pub is just a short SeaBus ride from downtown. The relatively small bar is decorated with paraphernalia from the shipyards of North Vancouver. It has a view of downtown from its deck. For such a small pub, it has a surprisingly large menu. A large assortment of sandwiches are available, and the shrimp and salmon variety is highly recommended. Portions are generous while prices are reasonable. Drinks specials are offered daily and a wide range of beers is on tap.
Watch the late afternoon sun slowly setting on the horizon on English Bay in Stanley Park. Voted the most romantic restaurant in Vancouver, its featured tea rooms are full of character, setting a serene dining mood. The West Coast menu includes delicious varieties of mushrooms for appetizers. The brunch, lunch and dinner menus feature some mouthwatering seafood, and desserts like the chocolate Milano cake and white chocolate cheese cake end the meal perfectly.
This casual Italian restaurant is perfect for intimate dinners and quiet celebrations. The daily menu features plenty of local seafood, panini, pasta and delicious meat entrees. In fact, this eatery has been awarded an Ocean Wise label from the Vancouver Aquarium for serving ocean-friendly foods. The outdoor patio has ocean views and is perfect for summertime dining. Plan some of your most special occasions to cherish for life. Visit website or call ahead for more information.
LaRégalade in beautiful West Vancouver has been drawing raves for years with its faithful interpretations of traditional French bistro fare. You'd swear, too, that you were in Paris, with the cozy, bustling room and scrumptious desserts on display. The portions are generous reminiscent of a French country kitchen. Start with a blue cheese and pear tart or another rustic classic, such as the escargots or house paté. Dinner choices include rustic fare such as pork sirloin with sautéed apples and potatoes or chicken fricassee with lemon confit. Dessert selections include classics such as lemon tart and floating island.