Vancouver restaurants for mouthwatering macaroni and cheese

Macaroni and cheese might be the ultimate comfort-food staple. The original baked gooey, cheesy version is a classic, but a number of Vancouver restaurants are upping their game with creative modifications to making the dish their own. Whether it’s bacon, pulled pork, veggies or additional cheese, these twists spice up the original kid favourite, and make a hearty adult meal out of mac and cheese.

Country Rds Bbq

2 Water St, Vancouver, BC V6B 1A4

Peckinpah serves up Southern-style barbecue grub in Gastown, which means lots of slow smoked meat. And why not add some of that meaty goodness to your mac and cheese? Their dish is made decadent with applewood smoked cheddar and your choice of beef brisket, smoked chicken or pulled pork to top it off.


3096 Main St, Vancouver, BC V5T 3G5

This four-location West Coast chain focuses on homemade comfort food classics. One of Burgoo’s most popular dishes is their creamy aged-white-cheddar mac and cheese that’s baked until it’s golden brown and bubbling. A second mac and cheese option comes with bacon, onion, thyme, peas and breadcrumbs baked into the dish.


51 Hastings St W, Vancouver, BC V6B 1G4

Acme doesn’t stray too far from the classic mac and cheese recipe. This dish is creamy and cheesy on the inside with a thick layer of melted bubbling cheddar cheese on top, just the way Mom used to make it. Things don’t have to be complicated to be delicious.

Wolf & Hound Restaurant

3617 Broadway W, Vancouver, BC V6R 2B8

Located on West Broadway in Kits, Wolf and Hound serves up a hearty mac and cheese that’s overloaded with a four cheese blend and baked until it’s bubbling. It’s served with greens or apple slaw on the side. It’s one heck of a filling meal, so you may be taking tomorrow's lunch home, too.

Rogue Kitchen & Wet Bar

601 Cordova St W, Vancouver, BC V6B 1G1

Rogue brings the sea to mac and cheese. They offer up a rich version full of lobster meat for a more upscale take on the classic dish. You can find this cheesy masterpiece at one of their three locations: Waterfront Station, the Convention Centre or on Broadway just off Cambie Street.

The Wicklow Pub

610 Stamp's Landng, Vancouver, BC V5Z 3Z1

The Wicklow at Stamps Landing is a cozy little pub located right on the water. Here they’ve decided to add diced tomatoes, peppered bacon and aged cheddar to their delicious version of mac and cheese, and it comes with salad and garlic bread too. The question is whether you can manage to finish it all.

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