Quality Hotel Airport (South)
7228 Westminster Highway
Richmond, BC V6X 1A1
Phone: (604) 244-3051
Fax: (604) 244-3081
If you're in the city and looking for a place to feast on some delicious Asian food, then Alleluia Cafe along the Westminster Highway is a must try. Serving delicious Chinese cuisine, Alleluia is a popular cafe-style restaurant in town. The food served at Alleluia is authentic Chinese fare and has mouth-watering dishes like pork-chop rice, beef-tongue with spaghetti, steaming soups and many more lip-smacking dishes. The eatery also serves hot and cold drinks, and they offer free refill. So if you happen to be in town, Alleluia is the stop for a tasty feast!
For sushi lovers, sushi bars are a heaven. Sui Sha Ya at Richmond is just exactly what you would expect from a Sushi bar. The dining hall is elongated and has a long window that provides slivers of cityscape. The decor is modern, dotted with wooden tables and chairs. 40 items are included in the buffet dinner menu during weekends and holidays. You can also order from the regular menu with various combination meals.
No. 9 is a unique Chinese restaurant, located in Richmond's Lansdowne Shopping Centre. The restaurant feeds your hunger pangs at any time of the day, as it is open 24/7. A cuisine which is an interesting fusion of Chinese and American, there are all kinds of dishes, from typical American Burgers to authentic Asian Congee. The restaurant has take-out facility, in case you're in a rush and if you're too lazy to step out of your house, they even deliver.
Located in Richmond, Matsuyama is a restaurant serving Japanese cuisine. There is no dearth of Japanese restaurants in the city, Matsuyama raises the bar when it comes to specializing in sushi. Besides a number of variations of sushi, they have other authentic Japanese dishes like rolls, grilled fish and the Japanese special 'bento-box' meals. The peaceful ambiance of the quaint eatery and the aroma coming from their kitchen, all add up to a comfortable and pleasing dining experience.
The cuisine at Cravings Bistro ranges from Vietnamese to Italian. Dinner options include Saigon stirfry, seafood lasagna, chicken primavera and Oriental noodle salad; the weekend brunch features pancakes and seafood crepes. Patrons can also opt for party platters, such as antipasto platter and dessert platter. Cravings also hosts private gatherings and corporate events. Reservations are essential.
Two things separate this city restaurant from other Chinese eateries of its caliber: it serves portions big enough to satisfy western appetites, and it has the ambiance of an intimate bistro. The power-lunching business crowd seems to like it here. The dining room is small but elegant, with mirrored walls, glass-topped tables and white tablecloths. The requisite Chinese decorations and piped-in music are here, too. A typical feast might include barbecued duck, spring rolls and hot-and-sour soup for starters; and ginger prawns, crispy chicken, sauteed beef and broccoli, and steamed vegetables for the main course.
Located minutes from the airport in the historic neighborhood of Steveston, Tapenade Bistro offers fine-dining quality at neighborhood bistro prices and regularly wins accolades from the local press. Brunch, lunch, and dinner menus are all available and feature carefully prepared dishes made from a bounty of fresh, local ingredients. Main courses worth a note are Mediterranean classics in addition to a variety of pastas. The wine list at Tapenade is ever-evolving, providing an interesting and varied selection of wines from France and British Columbia.
This simple Chinese eatery is named after Vancouver's oldest west side shopping neighborhood. Since 1991, it has been winning patrons from the area and beyond with its extensive menu and speedy service. The casual dining room is highlighted in hues of gray and pink. A large wall mirror gives diners the semblance of open space. Huge combo dinners include egg rolls, sweet-and-sour pork, chow mein, chop suey and rice. Tasty hot pots and seafood creations are on the menu, too.
Comfortably nestled in the VanDusen Botanical Garden, the Shaughnessy Restaurant at Vandusen Garden offers a variety of well-presented dishes from the West Coast menu. An old warehouse from the early 20th Century was transformed to house this wonderful restaurant. The choicest ingredients from the gardens are used to create tantalizing fares. Between 3p and 5p, guests can choose a light fare from their tea-time menu. The patio offers splendid views of the rich green gardens. A delightful dining experience awaits you at this restaurant.
Located on Fraser Street, Heidi's offers the best breakfast in town with specials that include classic omelets and great Italian nash. The great food continues onto lunch with delicious sandwiches, burgers and a Chef's Soup thats new everyday. Heidi's is simply the perfect place for a meal that's hearty and even easy on the wallet.
JJ's Trucketeria is a food truck on Fraser Street that serves delicious comfort food, complemented by a selection of beverages. Its menu focuses on Asian food, especially Philippine cuisine. Patrons can relish items such as Mumbai Tandoori Chicken, Filipino BBQ Pork, Vietnamese Pork Meatball and Grilled Lemon Grass Chicken. It also serves pierogis with caramelized onions and sour cream, and “panwiches” or “pancake sandwiches.” It offers a selection of fruit juices instead of soft drinks as it believes it to be a healthier option.
Nestled in the 130-acre Queen Elizabeth Park, Seasons in the Park offers 360-degree views of the stunning Vancouver skyline, Pacific Ocean and the North Shore mountains. The combination of exceptional service and west coast cuisine make this restaurant one not to be missed. The menu features classics such as New York steak and rack of lamb, but the real focus is on fresh local seafood. Try the Queen Charlotte's dungeness crab and risotto cakes or the maple-glazed wild BC sockeye salmon. Seasons in the Park also offers an amazing selection of rare and vintage wines at surprisingly good prices.