When Abbotsford is mentioned, the first thing that comes to mind is farmland. But there’s actually so much more.
With an urban diversity fit for all tourists, Abbotsford prides itself on being a hub of distinctiveness in metro Vancouver. Check out some of the amazing places it has to offer!
Best Places To Eat In Abbotsford
Bow and Stern, a restaurant that specializes in deluxe seafood, will leave you thinking about the next time you’re back as soon as you leave. This place has a unique, relaxing atmosphere, and offers a variety of dishes from lobster mac and cheese to delicious steamed mussels in garlic sauce.
Restaurant 62, a restaurant with a high class vibe, has been around since 2001. With ambient lighting and contemporary decor, its kitchen is led by head chef Jeff Massey, a renowned chef who has been dabbling in the culinary arts since the mere age of five years old. The restaurant itself is named ‘Restaurant 62’ after the number of awards it has earned.
Hana Sushi, a longstanding sushi joint where their motto is “any fish fresher would still be in the ocean”, doesn’t let you down. With incredible service that turns a regular into a lifetime customer, Hana Sushi delivers authentic Japanese dishes that gratify all the senses.
Dragon Fort is labelled ‘the best Chinese food in Abbotsford’, and rightfully so. It has been honoured with the the Abbotsford Times’ Readers Choice Poll for 15 years in a row. A culinary delight that features the best of both worlds from Cantonese and Szechuan culture, expect nothing less than the highest quality that your taste buds will thank you for.
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Lou’s Grill (Temporarily Closed) has been around for the past 24 years, and serves up warm, hearty servings of comfort food. With affordable prices, this place is suited for everyone, whether you’re looking for a casual night out or if you’re looking for somewhere a little classier to go for your date night.
Thai d’Or is a local Thai restaurant that transports you to the Thailand itself the moment you step in the door. With exuberant flavours, exquisite fine dining decor, and a unique flair that gives it its distinctive quality, Thai D’or has cuisine for every type of person, including vegetarian and gluten free options.
Afterthoughts is a gourmet dessert palace that showcases over 70 types of cheesecakes, 15 types of everchanging cakes and pies, and every bite is bursting with flavour. Each delicacy is hand crafted, made to melt in your mouth, and can be paired with equally delicious specialty coffees. If you want to delve into the local culture, try a slice of the Whistler cheesecake, an unbaked cheesecake topped with silken chocolate, ganache, and brownies. There’s nothing better than eating a slice while enjoying ‘Raincouver’.