Vancouver’s Must-Try Underground Dining Experiences

Our city’s underground dining scene if flourishing. In light of the “Secret Suppers of Vancouver” documentary that recently aired on local television, here are my favourite spots in town for unique, private meal.

The Bird’s Nest is a brunch-focused operation set in an adorable French-Inspired, South Granville apartment. Chef Marika’s home is decorated with antiques from her grandma and thrift shop finds, adding serious charm.

As for the meal, expect homemade bread, bottomless coffee and a rotating menu that is guaranteed delicious. And Marika often offers seconds — major perk.

Second on my list is NFA Vancouver, run by a former lawyer who’s seriously passionate about cooking. You’d never know his home-cooked dishes weren’t coming from the kitchen of one of Vancouver’s top restaurants. They’re ultra-delicious and plated with care. This dinner is on Main street and seats about ten people at once.

This story was written for The Peak Radio

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