Vancouver may well be Canada’s most expensive city but our writer discovers that you can eat very well indeed for $10, thanks to the city’s excellent budget food scene
British Columbia’s metropolitan pride and joy is not known for its affordability. Vancouver has some of the highest house prices in Canada, and sales tax means that clothes, alcohol and bizarrely dairy products don’t come cheap. But it is possible to eat well here, and affordably, thanks to restaurants run by the city’s large Asian community, a vibrant street-food scene and a new-wave of permanent eateries. So much so that the city has earned a place in the Foodiest City category of the new Chowzter Tastiest Fast Feasts Awards, billed as an affordable alternative to the high-falutin’ World’s 50 Best Restaurant list, both of which are to be announced at the end of April. Here are some of the city’s best cheap eats.
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