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BEST OF THE CITY
Make your reservations quickly, as we have a feeling these rooms are about to get even busier
Nothing fancy, just beautifully wholesome little pockets of goodness.
The restaurant's clever name and killer brunch menu draws big crowds off the Granville-Broadway corridor.
Zero Zero Pizza's thick and doughy slices are filling but flawed.
The Arbor is already packed, but the veg palace doesn't quite live up to the hype.
You'll have to wait 20 minutes to get a taste of Dinesty's steamed chocolate-and-red-bean-paste dumplings.
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Two risky ingredients come together for a tasty take on surf and turf.
A sandwich that might be worth travelling across town for.
Richmond's Chef Tony Seafood Restaurant still serves generous portions (with prices to match!), but now takes a more sophisticated approach.
Le Crocodile's foie gras crème brûlée is both nostalgic and au courant.
Perfect Steak, and more, in an Art Deco Setting
This farm-to-table spot brings relief to a brunch-starved neighbourhood