CHINATOWN/RAIL­TOWN

Where Vancouver - - Dining -

Chi­nese

BAO BEI CHI­NESE BRASSERIE Chi­nese, Where to Dine Awards 2018. Best Chinatown, Van­cou­ver magazine since 2014. This vin­tage-in­spired restau­rant of­fers up tra­di­tional Chi­nese food with a twist, in­clud­ing man­tou, a steamed bun filled with braised short rib, pick­led cu­cum­ber, peanuts and hoisin. $-$$. D (daily). 163 Keefer St. 604-688-0876. www.bao-bei.ca Map 1: C7

Ca­sual

JUKE FRIED CHICKEN This trendy eatery serves ex­tra-crispy, gluten-free fried chicken, along with ribs, sal­ads and side dishes like bis­cuits, pork and peanut slaw, and the smoth­ered dirty fries. Dine in, take out or have it de­liv­ered. $. L/D (daily), brunch (Sa-Su). 182 Keefer St. 604-336-5853. X Map 1: C7 Lit­tle Juke: 1074 Davie St. www.juke­fried­chicken.com X Map 1: C4

Veg­e­tar­ian

KOKOMO Colour­ful, trop­i­cal nook known for its plant­based bowls, smooth­ies and juices packed with fresh in­gre­di­ents. Try the Coastal Macro bowl, with mar­i­nated tem­peh and edamame hum­mus. Iced cof­fee and ve­gan soft serve ice cream, too. $. B/L (M-Sa). 611 Gore Ave. 604-428-6599. Par­tial X Map A: C8 2028 Vine St. 604-428-5017. www.heykokomo.ca Map 1: E1

Québé­cois

ST. LAWRENCE Restau­rant of the Year and Best New Restau­rant, Van­cou­ver magazine 2018. This ac­claimed eatery serves hearty recipes from Canada’s French-speak­ing East Coast, in a homey din­ing room adorned with black-and-white fam­ily pho­tographs. Wash it all down with wines from France and beer from

Québéc. $$-$$$. D (Tu-Sa). 269 Pow­ell St. 604-620-3800. www. st­lawrencer­estau­rant.com Map 1: C8

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