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Good ambiance, great service. Seafood entrees are a bit on the pricey side, but then again, it's an upscale bar / restaurant. The pub fare (burgers, sandwiches) are more reasonable priced. I had the spaghetti bolognese. One of the best I've had, but wished they gave me a slightly larger portion.
Nice view, good food, best service, peaceful mood. everything's perfect for me.
Hanging out from the seawall in Coal Harbour is Cardero's Restaurant and Marine Pub, We always seem to end up here when we have people from out of town who want to go out to dinner. They're a good restaurant but I think they benefit a lot from their location. The last time we were here we had one of the wok's and the tuna and were underwhelmed to say the least. The pub is fun and they have neat marine artifacts in there but forget about enjoying yourself if you plan on going there on a weekend evening. Its small, cramped and they put way too many people waiting for tables in there. Cardero's is a good Vancouver destination restaurant but there are many better ones out there.
Nestled amid the yachts and seaplanes of Coal Harbour Marina, Cardero's offers spectacular views of the local mountains and Burrard Inlet. Choose from a selection of freshly grilled fish, or try the juicy wild salmon baked on a cedar plank in a wood-burning oven. Other favourites are grilled steaks, wok squid and wood-oven pizzas. Sample some of the many B.C. wines (offered by the glass or bottle) or try the diverse selection of beer.
Location, location, location! Situated right on the water at the Coal Harbour Marina, Cardero’s offers a prime spot to drink and dine. Look out at the boats and the mountains, then look down at your plate and marvel. This is seafood par excellence, with Oceanwise fish and delicious recipes. The location gives it a romantic, out-of-the-way feel, and there’s live music to boot. All in all, this is my favourite Coal Harbour spot.
Perched on stilts and jutting out into Burrard Inlet, Cardero’s in Coal Harbour offers a gorgeous side patio, complete with heat lamps and blankets and, indoors, a broad bank of windows facing the North Shore. Choose their dining room for more formal meals of fresh daily seafood, or opt for their casual lounge with the same menu but with bar seating and a cozy fireplace. Their subtle nautical theme will have you floating away with a relaxing meal in no time.