Zubu Ramen is one of the participating restaurants in the Bite of Burnaby Food Festival. (Zubu Ramen/ Instagram)

Here’s the full list of restaurants participating in the Bite of Burnaby food festival

Get ready to feast, Burnaby!

By Burnaby Beacon Staff | February 28, 2022 |10:38 am

The Bite of Burnaby food festival kicks off on March 1 they’ve released their list of participating restaurants.


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Diners will be able to explore a wide variety of the city’s diverse eateries with set menus of $15, $30, and $60. Check out the local restaurants participating below:

$15 menu:

  • Basil Box
  • Cazba Express
  • Cazba Persian Grill
  • Chad Thai
  • Chef Hung Taiwanese Beef Noodle
  • Desi Turka Indian Cuisine
  • Glenburn Soda Fountain
  • Gram Cafe & Pancakes
  • Little Minh’s Kitchen
  • Peaked Pies
  • Standing Egg Coffee
  • Tsujiri Metrotown

$30 menu

  • Burnaby Mountain Restuarant
  • Butcher’s Block BBQ
  • Cazba Express
  • Cazba Persian Grill
  • Japolo Sushi
  • Me-N-Ed’s Pizza
  • Nuvola Gelato& Dolci
  • Personas Restuarant and Patio Lounge
  • Riverway Restaurant
  • Socrates in the Heights
  • Sopra Sottao
  • Standing Egg Coffee
  • Steve’s Poke (Lougheed, Metrotown, SFU)
  • Trattoria Italian Kitchen
  • Zubu Ramen Bar

$60 menu

  • Atlas Steak+Fish
  • Japolo Sushi
  • Me-N-Ed-s Pizza
  • Standing Egg Coffee
  • The Keg Steakhouse+Bar

You’ll be able to find full details on each participant’s menu offerings on the Bite of Burnaby website.

Bite of Burnaby 

When: March 1 to 31
Where: Participating Restaurants
Learn more: Here 

Burnaby Beacon Staff

Burnaby Beacon staff.

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