Chinese food delivery in Vancouver

After a long and tiring day, sometimes it’s best to let someone else do the cooking. Chinese food is a classic option for those who want to order in and luckily Vancouver is home to numerous eateries to help satisfy your chow mein cravings. These local spots serve up traditional Chinese fare, inventive fusion flavours and tasty Westernized variations. Even better, they’ll deliver hot-and-ready dishes directly to your door.

Peaceful Restaurant

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532 Broadway W, Vancouver, BC V5Z 1E9

This acclaimed Chinese restaurant attracted line-ups long before the Food Network’s Guy Fieri stopped by for his TV show, Diners, Drive-ins and Dives. The Northern Chinese menu includes authentic regional specialties such as Kung Pao chicken, fish braised in Sichuan broth and a number of hand-pulled noodle dishes. The Dim Sum menu offers crowd-pleasing bites that are great for sharing. Don’t miss the award-winning Peaceful beef rolls: the savoury rolls see five-spiced beef, fresh green onions and a sweet hoisin sauce stuffed into a crispy, flaky crust. The delivery zone stretches between Knight and Granville, from downtown to 25th Avenue.

Lin Chinese Cuisine and Tea House

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1537 Broadway W, Vancouver, BC V6J 1W6

Owner and head chef Ru Lin Zhang has earned a reputation for his impressive culinary skills. After training at some of the toughest traditional Chinese culinary institutes, he has developed a unique menu that draws inspiration from three culinary regions: Beijing, Szechuan and Shanghai. Chef Zhang’s renowned Xiao Long Bao (Shanghai-style juicy pork dumplings) has earned him numerous awards and critical praise, as has his handmade noodle soup. Delivery times can be on the slower side but these inspired dishes are definitely worth the wait.

Chongqing Restaurant

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2808 Commercial Dr, Vancouver, BC V5N 4C6

ChongQing was one of the first restaurants in the city offering Szechuan cuisine and now has three locations around the city. Signature dishes include hearty lettuce wraps (stuffed with chicken, beef, duck or veggies), Singapore-style fried vermicelli noodles with spicy shrimp, ChongQing deluxe fried rice and spicy Tan Tan noodles. Get your greens with a side of crunchy Chinese broccoli in savoury garlic sauce. Delivery is available Monday through Sunday from 5:00 to 10:00 pm. The online ordering system is convenient and easy to use; simply type in your postal code to verify if delivery is available in your area.

Sun Garden Chinese Restaurant (1995) Ltd

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3832 Oak St, Vancouver, BC V6H 2M5

This Shaughnessy area restaurant offers a healthier alternative to standard Chinese takeout joints. The owners take pride in their healthful cooking, which features dishes made with all white meat chicken, vegetable oil and absolutely no added MSG. If you’re looking to order in, the extensive delivery menu includes a wide variety of soup, beef, pork, chicken and seafood dishes. You’ll also find plenty of vegetarian options, egg foo young, chow mein, fried rice and chop suey. Delivery is relatively speedy (dishes arrive warm) and the service is free on orders over $30.

Mui Garden

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4265 Main St, Vancouver, BC V5V 3P8

This Hong Kong style café serves up homey Asian cooking inspired by a number of different regional influences. Mui Garden is particularly famous for its authentic Malaysian curries – prepared with more than 20 blended spices and mixed with your choice of meat, seafood or vegetables – and their Hai Nam style chicken with rice. The fusion menu is diverse and features classic Asian cuisine (chow mein, vermicelli, congee, soups) alongside Western plates like sandwiches, French fries, baked rice and pasta. For something out of the ordinary, try baked chicken with coconut milk or pan-fried BBQ pork with spaghetti.

Broadway Restaurant

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1410 Broadway W, Vancouver, BC V6H 1H4

The take out and delivery menu at Broadway Chinese features meat and vegetable dishes, fried rice, soft and crispy noodle options, egg foo young and a good selection of appetizers (we love the hot and spicy fried chicken wings). If you’re looking for suggestions, check out the set menu options. The online ordering system makes things less complicated and allows you to make special requests and leave notes on cooking instructions. The delivery zone is fairly large – from Fraser Street west to UBC, downtown and as far south as 49th Avenue.

New Mitzie's Restaurant

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179 Pender St E, Vancouver, BC V6A 1T6

Wrestling with your roommates over what to order? If you can’t decide between curry and a cheeseburger then Mitzie’s is the ideal compromise. This Chinese-American spot on East Pender offers the best of both worlds with signature delicacies from both the East and the West. The eclectic menu is sure to appeal to even the pickiest of eaters; popular plates include beef with broccoli, baked spaghetti, and sweet and sour pork. The online menu and ordering system makes is simple to pair a Caesar salad with General Tao’s chicken or won ton soup with fish and chips.

Buddha's

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2450 Commercial Dr, Vancouver, BC V5N 4B9

You’ll find more than 100 dishes to choose from at this popular Chinese spot in East Van. The menu is broken down into various categories: appetizers, soups, rice, noodles, tofu, veggies, meat, seafood and egg foo yung. Dining with a group? Ask for a party tray or customize your order with the mix-and-match combo meals. Orders are delivered without a fee as long as you purchase more than $20 worth of food and live within three kilometres of the restaurant’s location at Commercial and Broadway.

Tourism Vancouver’s annual Dine Out Vancouver Festival is back this winter from January 19th to February 4th. The 17-day culinary festival will see some of the city’s hottest restaurants serving an array of mouth-watering prix-fixe menus. If you want to take your significant other for a special meal, plan a date night at one of these romantic eateries. [Photo courtesy of Boulevard/Leila Kwok]
Tourism Vancouver’s Dine Out Vancouver Festival is back this winter from January 19th to February 4th. The 17-day culinary event will see some of the city’s top restaurants serving mouth-watering prix-fixe menus for lunch and dinner. If you’re looking for a kid-approved spot with a casual atmosphere and plenty of choices for picky eaters, book a table at these family-friendly restaurants. [Photo courtesy of Bufala]
Tourism Vancouver’s annual Dine Out Vancouver Festival is back this winter from January 19th to February 4th. The 17-day culinary event provides foodies with a great opportunity to eat at Vancouver’s most acclaimed restaurants for less. If you want an upscale meal in an elegant setting, these high-end spots deliver a great bang for your buck. [Photo courtesy of YEW Seafood + Bar]
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