The 11 Best Menus of Dine Out 2015

Calling all foodies.

Starting today and for the next 17, Dine Out Vancouver is back for the 13th consecutive year highlighting the city’s gastronomical community with over 277 participating restaurants.

The inclusive list covers every cuisine imaginable to help expand your culinary horizons. Nonetheless, we’re here with the 11 most notable 2015 Dine Out prix fixe menus for every price point.

Read ’em, eat ’em, and weep with gluttonous joy…

Gyoza Bar Ltd.
While the gyozas are obviously to die for, their Kaisen Ramen takes Vancouver’s ramen game to a whole new level.

Memphis Blues
Memphis Blues is one of those places where you go to make your soul happy and your blood pressure rise to the occasion. We’re talking about the kind of ribs and corn bread that make you salivate the second you step in to the restaurant.

Ousi Bistro
If you’re looking for old school Southern cooking – you can stop now. Ousi accomplishes straight-up re-creations of NoLa’s finest. Think gumbo and deep-fried jalapeno mac n’ cheese.

Romer’s Burger Bar
There are few things in the world that are more comforting than noshing on a perfectly juicy burger with the works in between a milky bun.

While Cardero’s Pacific Northwest cuisine draws you in, it’s the picturesque view that will make you stay.

Campagnolo Restaurant
Day dreaming of Italy and can’t get the time off work? Campagnolo is one of those places where you won’t hesitate to soak up extra sauce with a side of bread. And still want more. Did we mention that the tiramisu is made in house?

While we do love properly prepared sashimi, Japanese kitchens include plenty of grilling and frying. For an authentic Japanese izakaya experience check out Gyu-Kaku’s mouth watering menu.

Left Bank
The reinvented Le Perisien offers a more seductive experience. Notable suggestion – their steak frites is perfection.

While the newly expanded Chambar has its origins in Belgian culture, the menu pays homage to Colombian and Middle Eastern influences that are a true display of the art of cooking.

Once you try Miku’s Oishi Sushi you’ll understand why our mercury levels rival Jeremy Piven’s.

Let’s face the facts — Vancouver is home to the best Asian food in Canada. Nonetheless, Pidgin’s menu stands out from the rest with French influences that will make your palette melt.

Hungry yet? We thought so – just remember to make your reservation.

Ready. Set. Eat.


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