Guu Garden / Vancouver

M101 - 888 Nelson St at Hornby St Vancouver V6Z 2H2
6048990855
$$$$
Opening Hours
Sun, Sat 12:00 - 15:00
Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri 11:30 - 14:30
Description

Guu Garden's beer patio is waiting for you. In the summer, enjoy the classic izakaya dishes & beer under the starlit Vancouver sky. It's also the only izakaya with a fully customizable party menu, perfect for large groups. If you're in a rush during lunch, call ahead & they'll start cooking, so you can walk in, sit & start eating.

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Tips from the Net @ Guu Garden
Nathan Hesketh en
If you would like to try Japanese cuisine that is not typical for Vancouver, go to this place. There is a nice atmosphere and the setting is a bit of a "hidden gem" for those in the know. GooglePlace - March 2018
Marcel Miura en
I like the atmosphere there! I always went with a group of friends and it’s a great place to order plates to share. Food is delicious and i always think it’s a fun environment. GooglePlace - March 2018
Josephine Clarisse en
Love the ambiance, the food and the Last Samurai cocktail GooglePlace - March 2018
Caitlin MF en
Was good but so expected more. I had heard Guu restaurants were awesome so maybe my expectations are too high to start. I like the tapas /small plates style. None of the dishes were home runs. There were two unexpected cold/lukewarm dishes,which we approached adventurously, but wouldn't order again. Nice staff /servers. For came pretty fast. GooglePlace - March 2018
William Jackson en
I've been coming to Guu Garden for many years now, and am amazed at their ability to change their menu regularly to incorporate seasonal fare, while maintaining a few delicious staples. This location in particular does an amazing New Years lunch set that they have also changed nearly every year (this year it featured a huge lobster tail as the highlight). The location is also wonderful, especially in the summertime when the rooftop patio seating is available. Due to the size of the surrounding buildings, and the less than obvious route to get there, it always feels like a bit of a secret location. GooglePlace - January 2018