Shizen Ya / Vancouver

985 Hornby Street Nelson Street Vancouver V6Z 1V3
Opening Hours
Sun, Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu 11:30 - 21:00
Fri, Sat 11:30 - 22:00
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Tips from the Net @ Shizen Ya
Selena Chung en
Been here a couple times and it is about what you would expect. The dt location (not sure about others) is quote small and can get quite busy during lunch time. Their food is really healthy...all their ingredients are organic and comes with brown rice for those who are health conscious. For people who like brown rice, the food is pretty good. Of course, healthy food comes with a price. If you are looking for cheap eats, this might not be the place to go. The price is definitely on the higher end compared to other japanese restaurants. GooglePlace - March 2018
John Tino en
Great place for even healthier Japanese food. Great vegan and vegetarian options. I recommend the greens roll. They used to offer house made natto but not anymore which makes me sad..... GooglePlace - March 2018
Siqin Liu en
Generally good for a cozy dinner and talk. I wasn’t feeling well that day so I had noodle rather than cold sushi. Noodle was good. And my friend said sushi was good as well. Btw they kept it warm inside and I like it. GooglePlace - February 2018
Noah C. en
Very unique Japanese culinary experience - while going for great healthy and vegetarian dishes, the restaurant managed to make all their meals light yet very satisfying. As someone that has eaten in Japanese restaurants in dozens of countries, it was great to see a twist in every dish - while also keeping the style of Japanese food we all know and love. For a great price in a cozy restaurant, I left definitely wanting to come back at some point. GooglePlace - February 2018
Sam Sanson en
A surprise hole-in-the-wall eatery. Would love to eat here again if we ever come around this way again. It’s a really tight place but try it if there isn’t a line. Seems like a local favorite based on the people that where there. Not a large menu, so it means they focus on good food they can make well. One of the few places that had toasted black sesame seed ice cream. You have to try it. If it’s a date, conversations won’t be private. But if you have the ice cream, there won’t be a need to be private. GooglePlace - January 2018