Located in the oldest part of downtown, this popular spot offers a blend of Cambodian and Vietnamese cuisine. That blend has earned this restaurant ... More
Floata Seafood Restaurant
Located in the oldest part of downtown, this popular spot offers a blend of Cambodian and Vietnamese cuisine. That blend has earned this restaurant top honour with local critics and even the esteemed chef Julia Child. Some recommended dishes include carpaccio-thin beef with fish sauce and hot-and-sour soup. The dessert menu is also a standout. Images of ancient Cambodian life fill the walls. Dishes run from CAD4 up to a little over CAD10 for main courses. Second location at 1425-4380 No. 3 Road in Richmond (+1 604 270 8889).
Oh, If you love dim sum you HAVE to go to Floata! Their food is just the best. We go every time we are downtown. (We live about 2hrs outside of Vancouver but sometimes I have to drive in just to get my dim sum fix at Floata :)
My very favorite is the pastry type BBQ pork buns and the shrimp dumpling with cilantro!!! It is a really good thing I am going there today because my craving is getting the best of me:) I have 3 kids and they always like eating at Floata to. The flavors are ones they like as well. Even my 3 yr old loves their food.
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