Carl's Jr. / Vancouver

881 Dunsmuir St. Vancouver V6C 2G2
6048058285
$$$$
Opening Hours
Sun 11:00 - 18:00
Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri 08:00 - 21:00
Sat 11:00 - 19:00
average 1049 votes
3.1
Tips from the Net @ Carl's Jr.
Fart's Pfotografy en
I knew i should have stuck to my plan and order a burger but i decided to try the "NEW" Bacon Poutine it had a generous👍🏻 amount of cheese there just wasn't enough gravy👎🏻 got to try the burger next time i'm in the area the service was average nothing to write home about, i would recommend this location. GooglePlace - December 2017
Jack Yang en
Friendly staff and great quality burgers. Too bad there aren't more around town. I'd gladly dine here over any high end restaurants that serve crappier burgers with less customizations for 2x the price. GooglePlace - December 2017
Aaron en
Food is excellent here. All made to order. Chicken burgers are real chicken breast. Poutine is the bomb!! GooglePlace - November 2017
Remus Ho en
I've heard about Carl's Jr before but had never actually tried it until today (Sept 19, 2017). I visited this location with my girlfriend an hour or so before closing. The customer service was okay, nothing special and she got my order wrong the first time which was a bit odd. My Jalapeno Burger meal deal was supposed be 5.99 but it came out to be 6.49 and the burger was a "Junior" size for some reason. Nonetheless it was pretty delicious, the fries were crispy and perhaps better than McDonald's fries. The poutine is really good as well. It beats a lot of other places in my books. The signs and photos outside and inside have different pricing for the same deals (some of them). I think it's pretty misleading and confusing. So I guess they should update all of that.. But I would definitely come back again, really good value although it's on the pricy side a bit the food is great! GooglePlace - September 2017
Sephy Friedman en
1 review 8/15/2017 This was my first time I visited one of the chain's restaurants. Despite it being middle of the lunch hour the place was not packed, only two people in line in front of me. The cashier was efficient though not very courteous. I ordered the Classic 1/3 pound Thick Burger (which similar to McDonalds' 1/3 pounder is also made of Angus beef), small fries and a small drink. I got a plastic number tag to place on my table. The washroom was not very dirty or stinky but it could have used a flush and a scrub. My food arrived at my table after less than 5 minutes (it's nice that you don't have to wait by the cashier for your name or number to be called), but without my drink, so I had to go and get a cup from the cashier. The tray was clean but it had a bump which made it wobbly. It was also a bit too small. The hamburger was in a paper wrapper inside a thick paper box. The order of fries was of decent size even though it's called 'small'. Each table has a napkin dispenser which is convenient. The burger was good size, fresh veggies and just a little bit too much sauce. The patty was not too greasy although it could use a small boost of extra flavour or maybe some pickle slices. The fries were nice, crispy outside and moist inside, and not too salty. All in all satisfying meal. The place looks like a typical fast food restaurant but it has a special plaque to commemorate its founder. I did not see tables with dirty trays on them left uncleared. There is a long bar-like table at the street level floor plus tables for 2 and 4 people. At the other floor there is another long table, tables for 2 people and 4 booth tables. The front door is a bit heavy and difficult to open, and to get to the cashier you have to climb about 6-7 stairs. This location might not be accessible to handicapped people. GooglePlace - August 2017