Seafood

If You Love (Sustainable!) Yellowtail, This Dinner Is For You

If You Love (Sustainable!) Yellowtail, This Dinner Is For You

Chef Felix Zhou teams up with 46 South Fish Co. for a one-off seafood feast.

Review: Holy Crab Brings the Classic Seafood Boil to Vancouver

Review: Holy Crab Brings the Classic Seafood Boil to Vancouver

...but the crustacean-forward menu gets lost in the mess.

Review: Dining at Hoitong is a Rite of Passage For Chinese-Food Devotees

Review: Dining at Hoitong is a Rite of Passage For Chinese-Food Devotees

Reservations are a must at this off-the-beaten-path Chinese restaurant in Richmond.

In Review: Fanny Bay Oyster Bar

In Review: Fanny Bay Oyster Bar

You may arrive at Fanny Bay’s buzzy Crosstown location with the intention of grabbing some oysters to go from the

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The Italian dish Vancouverites should try to make

The Italian dish Vancouverites should try to make

TV chef Lidia Bastianich is coming to Vancouver, and she's got just the West Coast recipe to share

The VanMag Review: WildTale Coastal Grill

The VanMag Review: WildTale Coastal Grill

The impresarios behind the Flying Pig turn their attention to seafood—lots of it.

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Boulevard and WildTale Launch Seafood Boils

Boulevard and WildTale Launch Seafood Boils

Special Sunday feasts celebrate crustaceans, bivalves, and all things delicious.

Recipe: Local Caviar with Sturgeon

Recipe: Local Caviar with Sturgeon

Northern Divine sturgeon caviar makes a short trip from the Sunshine Coast to your kitchen

East Meets West: Bao Bei x Edulis

East Meets West: Bao Bei x Edulis

Taste buds at the ready: charred humboldt squid with allspice scented pork meatballs and soffrito.

EAT! Vancouver Bao Bei x Edulis

EAT! Vancouver Bao Bei x Edulis

A seafood menu to blow your brains.

Grilled Pacific Octopus

Grilled Pacific Octopus

Local restaurants aren’t shying away from the glorious monstrosity that is Enteroctopus dofleini. Nor should you.