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Do Chay

$$$$

1269 Hamilton St, Vancouver
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One of the best vegan restaurants in town, Do Chay’s Vietnamese dishes, like cast-iron seared coconut rice cakes, fried tofu and tempeh lettuce wraps, and hefty black garlic-braised eggplant could make even the most zealous meathead happy. There's lots of natural light and hanging plants to create a breezy jungle atmosphere and the service is always thoughtful and friendly. Cocktails like the lime leaf collins are light and refreshing and pair perfectly with the food, but if you're not drinking, get the zero-proof turmeric spritz. Do Chay is best for lunch, especially because you don’t need a reservation like you will at dinner.

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