Thai Orchid Restaurant
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Thai Orchid has been offering award-winning Thai food for over fifteen years. The Saenguraiporn family, founders of Thai Orchid, say they pride themselves on serving fresh, flavorful and healthy Thai food that is as authentic as it is delicious.
Some of the best Thai food in town. Great atmosphere, wonderful drinks and they serve sushi too.
This is a great Thia Restaurant with a Bar area and there is a good happy hour til 6 pm M-F
“One of the best places for REAL Italian pizza from wood fired oven. Strongly recommend!”
“Southern-inspired comfort fare joins house cocktails in a stylish plank-&-brick space with a patio.”
“Mon Ami offers a "come as you are" urban feel in downtown Vancouver. They serve tasty crepes, coffee and tea.”
“Great Italian eatery. They have good handmade pasta and the charcuterie selection makes for a great afternoon sandwich.”
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