You're going to wait for a table at Toshi in Mount Pleasant partly because it's tiny, but mostly because the Japanese food is really good.
Written byShelley Mason
This large, bright restaurant on Alberni St. downtown is where you'll find reasonably-priced traditional dim sum (without the carts).
DD Mau’s Chinatown location is right below a club, so it’s the perfect spot to start a night with Vietnamese food and a group of friends.
Downlow Chicken Shack is just a small room where they play loud, dance music and serve the best fried chicken in the city.
When you want to eat brunch somewhere bright with a nice patio, head to Hunnybee in Strathcona and get the ricotta pancakes and a mimosa.