Amazing Japanese French fusion for a very inexpensive price. Other Izakaya's really don't come close.
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Great authentic food and a nice buzzy atmosphere! We found it funny that all of the staff frequently shout things in Japanese out loud to each other - Adds to the atmosphere! Food was delicious and a good place to grab a few dishes and...More
While spending a week in Vancouver, we had a wonderful dinner before our concert at the Vogue Theater. The food was good and the staff helpful, understanding that we had to get to our concert in time. Later that week during a random walking tour...More
thanks to trip advisor contributors for recommending this small Japanese restaurant! It was fantastic even though, and perhaps because, we were the only white people in the joint! Steak and thier version of "tempura" (aka breaded) shrimp was amazing!!! I don't recall having had such...More
This place has a strange/quirky environment where the servers do a lot of singing and cheering, but it only added to the fun atmosphere of the place. The food was amazing, especially the miso cod. But truthfully, I'd recommend anything they serve. Also check out...More
I decided to give this place a try and was so happy that I did. I love trying places that offer something different from my usual dinner. Guu was all of this. This place is legit, local Japanese food. I think I was the only...More
In a city/country where everything was expensive, this restaurant was a real surprise. We have been to Japan and this was like we were back! Interesting menu, great food, great service and atmosphere. And not expensive at all. I wish we had Japanese restaurants like...More
I've been to 3 different Guu locations and they are all amazing. Food is always great and service is impeccable. A Japanese colleague recommended it to me years ago and Guu has become my go-to place whenever I can't decide what to eat. I know...More
I'm not a sushi fan, but I really enjoyed Guu. Great atmosphere, great food and friendly staff. My girlfriend, who has a very discerning taste for sushi, was very pleased!
There are several Guu restaurants in Vancouver. They are authentic Japanese but they are not your typical Japanese restaurant or sushi bar. They are described as Izakaya. You are immediately greeted by the Japanese welcome chorus (and show up a bit early for lunch as...More