The chicken and shanghai beef are good choices - the food is fresh and tasty with good flavors from natural sources.
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Went here for dinner last night with mt husbsnd. Was a last minute decision and although 745 on a satuday no priblem getting in without reservation. Wonton soup was amazing kind of a fuision chinese Thai in flavor really nice. Our mains were ok.. but...More
We have been to Wild Rice on several occasions including this past Wednesday. There are different features each night with a tasty menu. The service has always been good and the restaurant atmosphere is wonderful. Prices are a bit high but you get your money's...More
Our group stopped here on our walk down the quay. It was a gorgeous day, and the patio was very inviting. We ordered desserts to split which were very tasty and satisfying. I very much enjoyed their version of a Dark and Stormy. I was...More
This is one of those urban restaurants that call themselves Asian Fusion. I'm not sure what they are 'fusing'. It revels in its lack of any ethnic identity as it mixes up various culinary traditions....kind of like world music (although the music on the sound...More
Fantastic food - whether you are looking for fresh and bright, or warm and hearty, bar snacks to a full feast, there is something for every mood. Lots of options for vegetarians/vegans and other dietary preferences, that taste great and don't seem like an afterthought....More
I don't know if "average" is the right rating. The food is very good, particularly the duck platter I had. It is, however, terribly expensive for the area, with $13 salads and $25+ dollar entrees, which feels weird given the fact it feels more like...More
We celebrated my husband's 50th birthday at Wild Rice last week and were not disappointed! We had eaten at the restaurant's former Vancouver location years ago, and really enjoyed the variety of the vegan selections. Since we had vegans, vegetarians, meat eaters and celiacs in...More
The food here is very good, especially the Braised Beef Shanghai and the Spicy Chicken Kung Po. Nice atmosphere and views of the Fraser River.