Five Off-The-Beaten-Track Richmond Restaurants for Foodies - West Coast Food

By VisitRichmondBC

Traveling to the Greater Vancouver area? Be sure to stop at these five places in Richmond to grab a bite to eat, or a refreshing drink before taking off to your final destination.

Prata-Man Singaporean Cuisine
9060 Capstan Way

Prata man |Image courtesy of Tourism Richmond

For absolutely traditional Hainanese Chicken, Prata-Man is the place to go. The definition of ‘hole-in-the-wall,’ Prata-Man is hidden at the end of a small plaza on Garden City Way. The specialty here is Hainanese chicken, which is essentially a deboned, poached chicken served cold, with a bowl of clear, gingery broth and a bowl of chicken-oil rice. Enjoy this with a side of their skewered meats (chicken, pork or beef) and some house-made roti and curry to round out the meal.

Flying Beaver Bar & Grill
4760 Inglis Drive

View from the Flying Beaver Bar & Grill | image by Lindsay Anderson

The Flying Beaver Bar & Grill is a bustling bar located in the Harbour Air seaplane terminal. What makes this place unique is the view from the floor-to-ceiling windows. Patrons can watch seaplanes take off and land right on the middle arm of the Fraser River, while enjoying a range of food and drink specials. Not sure what you should eat? The halibut tacos with blackened halibut, mango salsa, chipotle aioli and coleslaw are a crowd favourite. If you’re a fan of wings, on Wednesdays after 4:30 p.m., you can get them for 60 cents each , along with $5 drink specials including sleeves of Sleeman honey brown lager and the sunset cocktail, consisting of raspberry-infused vodka and 7-Up.

Lulu Island Winery
16880 Westminster Highway

Lulu Island Wine | Image by Lindsay Anderson

Lulu Island Winery is the newest and largest winery in Richmond producing many quality wines including red and white table wines, fruit wines, and Canada’s very own ice wines. All of Lulu Island’s quality wines are produced on site, using only the best grapes. With the latest equipment in the art of wine making and over 30 years of experience in crafting fine wines, Lulu Island Winery is a stop not to be missed in Richmond. Stop by Lulu Island Winery for a free wine tasting of up to five of their delicious table, fruit and ice wines, or book a tour for your group, starting with a visit to their vineyard right in Richmond.

Milltown Bar & Grill
101 – 9191 Bentley Street

Image courtesy of Milltown Bar & Grill

Milltown Bar & Grill offers superb views of the Fraser River, and Vancouver International Airport. Regulars come here for their fantastic selection of beer and food. Not content with serving just regular pub fare, Milltown Bar & Grill’s menu matches the rustic wood décor (the site was formerly a wood mill), with accessible, West Coast options that range from loaded barge nachos (small $14.50; large $19), margherita pizza ($14.25), to a maple salmon salad with maple glazed salmon, strawberries, roasted almonds, goat cheese and mixed greens with honey apple vinaigrette ($16).

Fuggles & Warlock Craftworks
11220 Horseshoe Way

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Fuggles and Warlock is Richmond’s craft brewery known for “keeping beer weird.” Pushing the traditional styles of beer to the limit by adding a west coast flair to their ales, Fuggles and Warlock has some adventurous brews aimed toward adventurous palettes. This full production brewery is tucked away in an industrial office lot and has a full tasting room open to the public, complete with hot menu items to accompany the beer flights.

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