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People are surprised to find out that Vancouver Food Tour’s Modern Chinatown Tour does not actually include any traditional Chinese Restaurants. Vancouver’s Chinatown saw a mass exodus of Chinese restaurants and Chinese businesses when many moved to Richmond to the newer Golden Village throughout the past few decades, leaving many storefronts empty. Fortunately in 2010, Chinatown was designated a national historic site, and since then the area has gone through a revitalization process and attracted new businesses with many being restaurants. Walk through Millennium Gate on Pender Street and you’ll find renovation crews and no shortage of construction in the…

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If you consider yourself a foodie you probably do quite a bit of research when planning a night out or a visit to another city and know exactly what and where you will eat each day. However, with the increasing trend of organized food tours, you can now leave the planning to the tour company and you can relax and let your guide orchestrate the night. Vancouver Food Tour, Vancouver’s original food tour, operates craft beer tours through Gastown as well as food excursions through both Chinatown and Gastown, and customized tours too. Guests,  even those who know the city…

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You may know that Vancouver’s Chinatown is the largest in Canada, but have you kept up with the latest food trends in the neighbourhood? The area is going through a revitalization and while there are still a many spots serving traditional Chinese food, there’s been an resurgence of more modern restaurants, some serving a new take on Asian dishes, but many veering far off that course. Why navigate the scene yourself when you can book a Modern Chinatown Food Tour with Vancouver Food Tour. Meet at the Sun Yet Sun Gardens for a brief introduction to the history of Chinatown…