Sushi from Ichiro Japanese Restaurant
Food & Drink

Food & Drink in Richmond, BC

Let Richmond’s menus be your guide as they tell the story of the city.

Foodies rejoice! With a dining scene as vibrant and diverse as the as the city itself, eating in Richmond is like travelling the world. Here, you can sample North America’s best Chinese cuisine, try fresh Pacific Northwest seafood (or buy it right off the boat), snack late into the night at our internationally recognized night market, and sip on locally-produced berry wine and craft beer. The city has even attracted the famed appetites of celebrities like David Chang and Seth Rogen.

We look forward to welcoming visitors soon. Due to travel restrictions in BC, people are not allowed to travel into and out of BC, and British Columbians are not allowed to travel outside of their regional zone until  June 15, 2021. Now is the time to stay local and support local. For more details on BC’s travel restrictions and health orders, please visit here.

Catch Kitchen


With more than 800 restaurants to choose from, Richmond’s food scene can satisfy all your cravings. But what really impresses visitors is Richmond’s Chinese cuisine—the city was even named by as having North America’s best Cantonese food. With one bite, we think you’ll agree.


The patio at The Deck Kitchen + Bar


Sunny days are beckoning, and so are local patios. Richmond has over 30 restaurants with outdoor dining space available for you to sit back, relax, and enjoy a meal and a drink. As a reminder, many restaurants have limited capacity—we recommend making a reservation to guarantee a spot.


Lulu Island Winery

WINE & Beer

Richmond is home to a growing scene of burgeoning craft breweries and wineries. Here you’ll find some of Canada’s finest fruit wines and icewines, a resident sake brewer, and some of the region’s most sought-after brews.


Food Street


Alexandra Road—or Food Street as the locals call it—is home to over 70 restaurants on a three-block stretch. Here, you’ll find everything from tender noodles and savoury hot pot to spicy curry and cooling bubble tea.


Richmond Public Market


Unlike many other food courts in Canada, Richmond’s are home to some of the most well-loved mom and pop stalls in the city—dishing out some of the most soulfully authentic Asian cooking you’re sure to ever taste.