Noodle bowl, Tourism Richmond photo
With Canada's largest fishing fleet, rich agricultural land and an international community, Richmond is home to some of the best dining experiences on the West Coast.
Specifically, this multicultural city has some of the best Asian food in North America in terms of diversity, quality and value. In their notes about Richmond, Fromers said the city is "arguably the Asian food capital of North America." There are more than 400 Asian restaurants in Richmond, serving up everything from bubble tea and Shanghai-style juicy buns to spicy Malaysian and Thai dishes and multi-course Cantonese feasts.
The historic fishing village of Steveston in southwest Richmond is a great bet for seafood, plus fresh-baked desserts and pastries.
Asian Delicacies in the Golden Village
Within a four-block radius near No. 3 Road, discover the biggest cluster of Asian restaurants in Richmond. The sprawling, exotic food courts at Asian-themed shopping malls such as Aberdeen Centre, Yaohan Centre and Parker Place are just the beginning.
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