The Best Restaurants In Burnaby You Need To Try

With an estimated population of 232,755, Burnaby is the third largest city in Metro Vancouver.

With so many people living in this beautiful city, dining options are almost endless. Coupled with a strong local economy and rapid development, it’s not hard to see why so many people love to call Burnaby home.

Here are the best restaurants in Burnaby you must try.

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Best Restaurants In Burnaby

Saffron Indian Cuisine

About: This local restaurant offers classic Indian cuisine, with desserts and a buffet option, in a warm, colourful setting.

Location: 4300 Kingsway #5, Burnaby

Cost: $$

Isami Sushi

About: Their diverse menu offers a range of Japanese cuisine to please everyone's tastes including sushi, salads, soups, teriyaki dinners and more. Isami’s commitment is to provide great service and the best quality ingredients!

Location: 6 - 4603 Kingsway, Burnaby

Cost: $$

Hart House Restaurant

About: Hart House Restaurant is a tudor-style mansion on the lake presenting Pacific NW plates with a cottage hosting special events.

Location: 6664 Deer Lake Avenue, Burnaby

Cost: $$$$

Hi Genki Restaurant

About: Hi Genki offers homestyle Japanese eatery in the Nikkei Cultural Centre that also has varied takeaway fare.

Location: 6680 Southoaks Crescent, Burnaby

Cost: $

Anton's Pasta Bar

About: Anton’s Pasta Bar is renowned for delicious fresh pasta, friendly staff, reasonable prices, and enormous portions of food.

Location: 4260 Hastings Street, Burnaby

Cost: $$

Chad Thai Restaurant

About: Chad Thai serves authentic Thai cuisine in a casual and relaxing atmosphere.

Location: 4010 East Hastings Street, Burnaby

Cost: $$

Sushi S Japanese Restaurant

About: This casual eatery provides a variety of sushi along with beef teriyaki and other Japanese kitchen fare.

Location: 4739 Willingdon Avenue, Burnaby

Cost: $$

Riverway Clubhouse

About: Visually-stunning with its impressive floor-to-ceiling windows, the Riverway Restaurant is truly unparalleled for its high wood-beamed architecture and beautiful views of the surrounding golf course. This grand and brilliant setting is matched only by the Riverway’s expertly-prepared, award-winning cuisine.

Location: 9001 Bill Fox Way, Burnaby

Cost: $$

Butchers Block BBQ

About: Located in the heart of Burnaby Heights, Mary and Calvin serve up mouth-watering, fall-off-the-bone, barbecued meats and delicious sides such as baked beans, creamy coleslaw, corn niblets and more. Their locally sourced meats are lightly smoked to let the nuances of the meats shine through and are made in daily small batches to keep everything as fresh as possible.

Location: 4091 Hastings Street, Burnaby

Cost: $$

Tenen Restaurant

About: Tenen proudly serves traditional Eastern-European food from the Balkan region. You’ll discover old recipes combined with authentic and unique ambiance here!

Location: 7569 Royal Oak Avenue, Burnaby

Cost: $$

Cockney Kings Fish & Chips

About: Established in 1965, Cockney Kings Fish & Chips has become an institution in Burnaby and New Westminster. They do fish & chips right - good quality ingredients, fresh cut chips, fish cut daily - with an authentic British feel that can't be beat.

Location: 6574 Hastings Street, Burnaby

Cost: $$

Argo Greek Cuisine Pizza & Pasta

About: Argo is a Greek Restaurant owned and operated by a Greek family. It specializes in authentic Greek cuisine, pizza and pasta.

Location: 3790 Canada Way #108, Burnaby

Cost: $$

Featured photo: Hart House Restaurant / Facebook

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