Good Korean restaurants in Vancouver

Vancouver is a bubbling hot pot of flavours thanks to its vibrant multicultural community. Korean restaurants are no exception. These Korean restaurants are a hit with Vancouver’s foodies. [Photo © Yellow Pages / Pages Jaunes]

Kyo Korean BBQ & Sushi House

2993 Granville St, Vancouver, BC V6H 3J6

Located on Granville Street, Kyo Korean BBQ brings a traditional Korean experience to Vancouver. Their grill-at-your-table style dining room is perfect for groups and parties looking to try out several different menu items. Kyo’s menu features Korean standards offered á la carte or all-you-can-eat. Their sushi menu features traditional rolls, as well as more modern choices.

Damso Restaurant Ltd

867 Denman St, Vancouver, BC V6G 2L9

Winner of The Georgia Straight's Golden Plate award for Vancouver’s best Korean restaurant in 2014, Damso has Korean food-lovers buzzing with excitement. Located on Denman Street, Damso stands out from the West End’s seemingly endless supply of Korean restaurants. With their sleek space and a menu that specializes in modernized classics that fuse Korean and French culinary traditions, you’re surely in for a treat.

Sura Korean Cuisine

1518 Robson St, Vancouver, BC V6G 1C2

Sura is touted as one of the best spots for Korean eats in Vancouver. In its first five years of business, Sura’s dedication to quality earned it three of Vancouver Magazine’s restaurant awards. Their menu features traditional favourites, such as pork belly bossam, slowly simmered and served with kimchi. The restaurant’s modern aesthetic and traditional Korean atmosphere deliver a sophisticated and authentic experience.


847 Denman St, Vancouver, BC V6G 2L7

A popular opinion among Vancouver’s most attuned Korean food fanatics is that Ma Dang Coul offers some of the tastiest and most authentic dishes in the city. Located on Denman, the West End’s destination food strip, Ma Dang Coul’s atmosphere is unassuming, but their food delivers an on-trend Korean dining experience. Specializing in home-style fare like tofu soup, bulgogi pork, caramelized sweet potato and rave-worthy kimchi, Ma Dang Coul is a must-try for authentic-Korean enthusiasts.

Royal Seoul House

100-1215 Broadway W, Vancouver, BC V6H 1G7

This popular restaurant on West Broadway offers scrumptious Korean barbecue and other familiar entrees. Bring a group and book a private room. Plus – they have karaoke!

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