Uprising Bakery caters to a very unique clientele in the Commercial Drive area. They focus on breads and offer a selection of desserts with a emphasis on all natural ingredients. They have tons of vegan and organic options and even a few items that are gluten-free.
Yes – I’ve only been there once, but that one time I’d say it could possible be one of my favourites and best restaurants in Vancouver – especially for authentic and traditional Japanese food with a contemporary twist.
This is your local 50′s style diner in a very traditional sense. It’s 50′s style dining with Elvis and Grease style decor and classic memorabilia. They focus on breakfast and brunch with a bakery next door.
If it’s appropriate to say, or even if it’s not, I’m still going to say it. It’s “fine dining” Aldergrove style. It’s not fine dining and it’s quite dated inside and out, but don’t underestimate the food.
Coast Restaurant, the high end Glowbal restaurant, is known for their seafood. I have to admit when it comes to restaurant decor and design Glowbal is pretty much untouchable. Even if you don’t like their food you can’t ding them for their atmosphere.
This post is based on the desserts offered at Chop Restaurant + Bar + Lounge. They have really good dessert and everything is made from scratch. I had the Caribbean Rum Cake and they used to offer a 24 layer chocolate cake.
Chop Restaurant + Bar + Lounge is the closest to fine dining in Richmond BC. It’s a trendy and luxurious modern dining steakhouse with West Coast flavour.