There is no end of places to eat and drink around Victoria, BC. From great breakfast spots, deli’s, brewpubs/cocktail bars to fine dining, with every ethnic style you can imagine.
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I’ve listed them in catagories to help make your choice easier. I’ve also noted some of our favorites, (indicated with ?) but I strongly urge you to check review sites such as TripAdvisor or Yelp before making a decision.
Victoria has many great local coffee shops - some that even roast their own beans! If you're a real coffee lover (I am!) I highly suggest you try some of
It's often said that Victoria is more British than Canadian. With this strong sense of British Heritage, it's no wonder that one of the most favorite activities in Victoria is
Cocktails ... from Martini's to Manhattens ... we've got some superior 'Mix-ologists' here in Victoria! Here's a sampling of places that just might 'wow' you! Listed in alphabetical order. Click
There are actually a LOT of sushi restaurants in Victoria! Here's a listing of some of the most popular - in alphabetical order - with links to their sites if
Have a taste for curry? Need a naan-bread fix? Here are some suggestions for Indian (plus African) food in Victoria, BC. In alphabetical order! Please check Trip Advisor for reviews.
If you have a craving for something different, try one of these Thai restaurants. They are listed in alphabetical order ... please check with TripAdvisor or Yelp for reviews on
There are some first-class Italian restaurants in Victoria. Here is a sampling in alphabetical order. Click on link provided for menus and hours. (Please check with TripAdvisor or Yelp for
Here are some ideas if you'd like to watch 'the game' while having a meal or downing a few 'cold ones'. (In alphabetical order!) Please click on link for menu
When the weather's nice ... there's no better place to eat than outside on a restaurant's deck or patio. Here's some suggestions: (Please click on individual links for hours, menu
If you have a craving for fish and chips, here's some options! (PLEASE CLICK ON INDIVIDUAL LINKS FOR MENUS, HOURS ETC.)* Barb's Place - 1 Dallas Rd - at Fisherman's
Victoria has an abundance of Chinese restaurants. Here are some suggestions for you: Chinatown (Fisgard St.) There is approximately a dozen Chinese restaurants on Fisgard Street between Store St. &
Looking for a great burger? Here's some ideas! This post is for dedicated 'burger' places. You can also get amazing burgers at most any of the pubs ... check the
Lots of choices for pizza in Victoria! Too many to list them all ... but here's a sampling of local 'za. At the bottom I've listed some of the more
Mexican Restaurants in Victoria Victoria has some very good Mexican Restaurants. Here are a few that you might consider checking out: (In alphabetical order.) Please click on links provided for
Where to go for breakfast in Victoria! The following is just a sampling of places specializing in breakfast - there are many more restaurants serving breakfast in addition to their
Baked Goods in Victoria Whether you're looking for pastries, bread, cakes or other specialty items, here's a list of places to check out! Please click on links to each bakery
Vegetarian Restaurants in Victoria There are a number of vegetarian restaurants in Victoria. Here is a list of some of them: (In alphabetical order!) be Love - 1019 Blanshard The
Deli's in Victoria Looking for sliced meats, cheeses, import foods, lunches & more? Try one of Victoria's great deli's! Ambrosio Market & Deli - 1503 Wilmot Pl. Oak Bay
The Fairmont Empress (most commonly known as The Empress) is one of the oldest and most famous hotels in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada. Located on Government Street facing the Inner
Victoria is home to numerous award-winning craft breweries and brewpubs. Drop in for a pint (or a pint and a great meal!) or take home a growler* from some of
FOOD TRUCKS - NOW ALL YEAR LONG - YAY! The Royal BC Museum’s back courtyard has been transformed into an international food fair, featuring some of the finest food trucks