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Reader recommendations: 9 Burnaby restaurants you should try

Craving something new to try in Burnaby?

By Burnaby Beacon Staff | January 14, 2022 |5:00 am

Earlier this week, we asked our readers for their favourite Burnaby restaurant recommendations and boy, did they deliver.

We received so many great suggestions that we just had to compile them and share. So if you’re looking to try a new spot to eat in Burnaby, this list will surely have you covered.

All of these eateries have been sent by our readers and if you have some noteworthy Burnaby restaurants you want to see in our next list, let us know here. 

Cotto

 

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Cotto Enoteca has gathered a loyal following over the years. They provide gluten-friendly options for their wood-fired pizzas, and many have praised the onion jam on their Funghi pizza.
Address: 6011 Hastings St

Don Oso’s

 

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This family-owned eatery is the place to go in the city for Mexican and Latin cuisine. Whether you’re in the mood for soft tacos, burritos, or the very-popular quesabirria tacos, Don Oso’s has got you covered. They also have a great Taco Tuesday deal if you’re looking for some cheap eats!
Address: 4421 Hastings St

Little Billy’s Steakhouse 

If you’re in the mood for Greek, head down to Little Billy’s Steakhouse. They serve up some excellent Greek-style ribs and lamb chops, seafood platters, and, of course, steak. If you’re looking for variety, Little Billy’s has you covered with pizza, pasta, and tons of sides. You’ll be leaving very happy and very full.
Address: 6785 Hastings St

Lhy Thai Restaurant

 

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Lhy Thai is a tiny eatery that serves up big flavours. They’re known for their legendary Tom Yum Soup and a number of other delicious traditional Thai dishes. Keep in mind they often operate take-out only so it’s good to call (604) 526-8085 beforehand to check if dine-in is open.
Address: 7357 Edmonds St

Argo Greek Cuisine

 

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If you’re looking for a delicious Greek feast and delectable pizza Argo Greek is the place to go. They offer big portions (so come ready with an appetite). Some fan-favourites include the calamari, lamb souvlaki, and the platters are great if you’re looking for variety. Argo has limited seating so this is a solid option if you’re looking to order in.
Address: 108 – 3790 Canada Way

Agra Tandoori


Another highly recommended spot in town, Agra Tandoori has two locations. There’s a smaller restaurant at Market Crossing and a larger sit-down restaurant along Canada Way. Agra serves up delicious vegetarian and meat sabjis, kormas, and curries so there is something for everyone.  They also have monthly specials and deals, which you can check out here.
Address: 7366 Market Crossing and 110 – 3790 Canada Way

No 1 Beef Noodle 

 

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This Willingdon Taiwanese noodle house serves up wonton noodles, noodle soups, laksa, dim sum, congee, and more. They also have a solid bubble tea menu if you’re looking for a sweet treat.
Address: 4741 Willingdon Ave

Chad Thai

Chad Thai serves up authentic Thai eats cooked with love. The tiny eatery packs a punch of flavour into its dishes. This spot also offers a popular lunch special that comes with an appetizer and soup.
Address: 4010 E Hastings Street

Nadri Korean Cuisine 

 

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Calling all KFC (Korean Fried Chicken) enthusiasts. Nadri Korean Cuisine is tucked away in North Road Centre (also known as Burnaby’s Koreatown) and is the spot to go if you’re craving authentic Korean eats. Featured items include their fried chicken, bibimbap, and galbitang.
Address: 111F – 4501 North Rd

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