Korean fried chicken from Chicken Plus and breakfast from Time & Place (@chickenplus_canada; @timeandplaceburnaby / Instagram)

What’s on the menu: New Burnaby restaurants on our radar in June

Whether you're craving bubble tea or some Korean fried chicken, there's a new Burnaby restaurant we know you'll love

By Marco Ovies | June 22, 2022 |5:00 am

New Burnaby restaurants keep popping up and we’re here to keep you updated! From Korean fried chicken to bingsu, bubble tea, and so much more, here are some newly opened and soon-to-be-opened restaurants and cafes in the city worth checking out this June.

Got Lot Tea

 

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Got Lot Tea is Burnaby’s newest bubble tea shop, and they also serve some of the biggest bubble teas you can get. You can order their Ton Ton Bucket which has 1000ml of drink to enjoy—now that’s a lot of boba. They serve up all sorts of bubble tea classics and they’re open until 3 am, which is perfect for those late-night cravings.

Address: 101-5021 Kingsway

Chicken Plus and Sulbing Cafe

 

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Chicken Plus and Sulbing Cafe have officially opened their Kingsway location. Chicken Plus serves some amazing Korean fried chicken like their Yang-Nyuem Chicken, Creamy Onion Chicken, and Snowing Cheese Chicken. Sulbing, on the other hand, specializes in sweet toasts, waffles, bingsu (shaved ice with various sweet toppings), coffee, and tea. You’re now able to enjoy delicious chicken alongside some yummy Sulbing desserts!

Address: 6360 Kingsway and 7625 Edmonds St

Claudio’s Ristorante

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Claudio’s is taking the place of Pasta Amore Pizzeria (@SimranRoohi / Twitter)

Claudio’s Ristorante is expecting to open its doors on July 9, as first reported by Daily Hive. This new Italian spot is actually a new concept from the folks behind Pasta Amore, which shuttered in December 2021. In a previous interview, Stefano Magagnin, Pasta Amore’s general manager, told the Beacon the new eatery will “showcase the very best in both Italian and local ingredients, the newly inspired menu can be described “Dinner at Nonna’s” but elevated.”

Address: 103 4402 Skyline Drive

Gabi and Jules

Gabi and Jules recently opened up in the Burnaby Heights neighbourhood where their sister cafe,Caffe Divano, used to be. They’re now serving up delicious pies as a whole or by the slice. But don’t worry if you were a fan of Caffe Divano—they are still serving some of your favourites like their famous Crostatas.

Address: 4568 Hastings St

Sushi Box

Not much is known about Sushi Box yet except for the fact it is taking over the location where LA Sushi used to be, beside Hi Five Chicken. Sushi Box is expected to open on July 1 and we will update this entry when more information is available.

Address: 8671 10th Ave

K Chicken Burnaby

 

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K Chicken is another newly opened Korean Fried Chicken restaurant that opened in Burnaby. On their Instagram, they suggest trying their Golden Fried chicken which is one of their more basic flavours, but promises not to disappoint. This restaurant opened on June 10 and is worth the visit.

Address: 2701 Norland Ave

Twins Donuts

 

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Twins Donuts  is run entirely through an Instagram account and they make some of the best donuts in Burnaby. They have eight different donut varieties: Lemon Curd, Bailey’s Cream, Nutella Cream Cheese, Avocado Krema, Coconut Latik/Caramel, Strawberry Cheesecake, Ube Coconut, and of course, their famous Leche Flan. They went on a brief hiatus but have returned stronger than ever and continue to serve up delicious donuts. You can order by sending them a direct message on Instagram.

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Coffizen

 

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Coffizen is a new coffee shop in Edmonds that has taken over the recently closed Caritas9 Cafe. Whether you want a good cup of coffee or some yummy pastries, they have it all. Be sure to visit for your next coffee craving.

Address: 7655 Edmonds St

Time & Place

Time & Place just reopened in the Hilton at Metrotown with a revamped menu. Every Wednesday to Saturday from 4 pm to 6 pm is Happy Hour where they serve appies from $8 to $12 and cheap drinks. You can get a whole pitcher of sangria for $25, it can’t get much better than that.

Address: Hilton Vancouver Metrotown, 6083 McKay Ave

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The Bao Place

 

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The Bao Place is on this list not because it’s new, but because it’s closing. June 3o is their last day open before they shut down, so be sure to get some delicious bao before then. The Bao Place told the Beacon that they’ll be taking a four-month break before looking for a new location, hopefully in a similar area. We’d recommend getting some of their Pork Deluxe or their Belly Belly Pork bao before they close.

Address: 4673 Kingsway

Marco Ovies

Marco Ovies is Burnaby Beacon's Lifestyle Reporter Creator focusing on all things food, events, and fun things happening in the city.

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