Kit­si­lano

Where Vancouver - - Dining -

Re­gional: Up­scale

BISHOP’S John Bishop’s es­tab­lish­ment is con­sis­tently praised for im­pec­ca­ble ser­vice and the chang­ing menu fea­tur­ing re­gional and lo­cal in­gre­di­ents. The cel­lar is ex­ten­sive, with Pa­cific North­west wines at the fore. $$$. D (Tu-Su). 2183 W. 4th Ave. 604-738-2025. www.bish­op­son­line.com Map 1: F2

Re­gional: Ca­sual

FA­BLE KITCHEN Lo­cal farm-to-ta­ble cui­sine by Top Chef Canada run­ner-up Trevor Bird, in a ca­sual set­ting with ex­posed brick walls and chalk­board spe­cials. Fresh pasta made in-house. $$. L (M-F), D (daily),

brunch (Sa-Su). 1944 W. 4th Ave. 604-732-1322. www.fa­blek­itchen.ca X Map 1: E2

Thai

MAE­NAM Best Thai, Van­cou­ver magazine since 2010. In­ven­tive Thai dishes use lo­cal in­gre­di­ents and nod to tra­di­tional recipes. Or­der a stir-fry or curry and a well-crafted cock­tail to match. $$. L (Tu-Sa), D (daily). 1938 W. 4th Ave. 604-730-5579. www.mae­nam.ca X Map 1: E2

Dessert

THOMAS HAAS CHOCO­LATES & PATIS­SERIE Best Patis­serie, Van­cou­ver magazine 2018 and 2017. We’ve heard it be­fore, but in­side this cafe it’s true: life is like a box of choco­lates. The store is dec­o­rated to look like one. Re­lax with a cup of tea or cof­fee and savour a choco­late, truf­fle or pas­try. $. Open Tu-Sa. 2539 W. Broad­way. 604-736-1848. Map 4: D3 128-998 Har­bour­side Dr., North Van­cou­ver. 604-924-1847. www.thomashaas.com X Map 4: C4

Ja­panese

YuWA JA­PANESE CuI­SINE Min­i­mal­ist, mod­ern decor meets bold, ad­ven­tur­ous flavours that range from fresh ni­giri and sashimi to cre­ative small plates. For the full ex­pe­ri­ence, ex­plore the ex­cel­lent list of ar­ti­san sake. $$$. D (M-Sa). 2775 W. 16th Ave. 604-731-9378. www.yuwa.ca X Map 4: D3

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