VANCOUVER – The Michelin Guide has deemed eight Vancouver restaurants each worthy of a coveted culinary star.

The second Canadian edition of the gastronomic ode to fine dining was announced Thursday at an evening gala. It follows a Toronto-focused guide in September that minted Canada’s only two-star restaurant and bestowed single stars on a dozen one-stareateries.

Here’s a look at the Vancouver restaurants that earned one star:

-AnnaLena (contemporary)

-Barbara (contemporary)

-Burdock & Co (contemporary)

-iDen & QuanJuDe Beijing Duck House (Chinese)

-Kissa Tanto (Japanese-Italian fusion)

-Masayoshi (Japanese)

-Published on Main (contemporary)

-St. Lawrence (Québécois)

There are 12 Bib Gourmand restaurants recognized for offering good food for good value:

-Anh and Chi (Vietnamese)

-Chupito (Mexican)

-Fable Kitchen (contemporary)

-Fiorino, Italian Street Food (Italian)

-Kin Kao Song (Thai)

-Little Bird Dim Sum + Craft Beer (Chinese)

-Lunch Lady (Vietnamese)

-Nightshade (vegetarian)

-Oca Pastificio (contemporary)

-Phnom Penh (Vietnamese)

-Say Mercy! (Contemporary)

-Vij’s (Indian)

The guide also announced three special awards:

Michelin Service Award: Kissa Tanto’s general manager Justin Isidro and team

Michelin Sommelier Award: Published onMain’s wine director Jayton Paul

Michelin Exceptional Cocktails Award: The Botanist’s creative beverage director Grant Sceney and head bartender Jeff Savage

This report by The Canadian Press was first published Oct. 27, 2022.


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