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Vancouver is the eighth largest municipality of Canada. It is situated in the mainland British Columbia province of Canada on the Pacific Coast. The city's population is predominantly comprised of English speakers and thus an English speaking visitor will adequate company. Like all Canadian cities, over 60 percent of its population is not native Canadians. These people have come to the city from all over the world with their creatively created cuisines thus making the city a gourmet diners' dream. Today's focus is on the small, unknown but great eateries though. Below are some of them.

5 little known but great places to eat in Vancouver

Vancouver is the eighth largest municipality of Canada. It is situated in the mainland British Columbia province of Canada on the Pacific Coast. The city's population is predominantly comprised of English speakers and thus an English speaking visitor will adequate company. Like all Canadian cities, over 60 percent of its population is not native Canadians. These people have come to the city from all over the world with their creatively created cuisines thus making the city a gourmet diners' dream. Today's focus is on the small, unknown but great eateries though. Below are some of them.

1. Libby’s Café & Snack Bar

Located within the Trout Lake Community Centre along Victoria Drive, this cozy restaurant feeds the hungry people who come to skate in the center's rink. Among its signature dishes include; Red Thai Curry, Portuguese bun-wiches and London Lattes.

2. Tojo's

Chef Hidekazu Tojo's sushi is renowned all over Vancouver. What people do not know is that he owns a small eatery called Tojo's. It serves some of the best Omakase dinners in Vancouver for a rate ranging between CAD$ 50 - 100.

3. The Diner

Located just off the UBC campus on West 10th, The Diner offers some of the best Canadian dishes. Among its signature dishes are yorkshire pudding, mushy peas and English style ribs.

4. Spanish Banks East Concession

This small eatery is also fondly referred to as Beach Cafe by its regulars. With dishes such as halibut 'n' chips and Tartar Sauce, the cafe leaves its hungry diners wanting more servings.

5. Hyde

This is another cozy eatery that you can take your date for a quick meal before going out for a movie. It serves alcoholic beverages such as Gin Gin Mule as well as Vancouver's best mushroom soup.

With a budget of CAD$100, you can have Vancouver’s best cooked meals. Make sure that you haunt one of these little eateries for a taste of authentic Vancouver dishes. If you are a budget traveller, then these restaurants will save you a lot of money that would have otherwise gone to expensive dining. Always keep your options open whenever you are travelling to Vancouver. You may yet discover that ‘all that glitters is not necessarily gold’.

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