Richmond is a vibrant, multicultural city in British Columbia that boasts some of the best restaurants, attractions, and activities in the province. With so much to see and do, it can be difficult deciding where to go. As such, Gateway Theatre is introducing our newest staff member Chloe, who will be recommending the best spots to visit in town.
Chloe is a Pembroke Welsh Corgi who is excited to join the team as our Community Cruiser. She has a degree in Environmental Science (walkies!), Public Health (to make people smile), and Food Science (it’s very important to taste test all the treats). Come out and explore with Chloe as she sniffs out the best places to see, eat, and play!
This month, Chloe shares her four best restaurants for take-out in Richmond. Chloe takes food very seriously, so her list includes restaurants where you can try the tastiest dishes that will put a smile on your face.
Address: 6838 No. 3 Rd, Richmond, BC V6Y 2C4
John 3:16 Malaysian Delights is one of Richmond’s most loved Malaysian restaurants. The restaurant provides their guests with authentic Malaysian cuisine with dishes prepared by top chefs with the finest ingredients and expert craftsmanship.
Chloe recommends: Chicken or beef satay
Address: 6950 No. 3 Rd, Richmond, BC V6Y 2C5
Pho Lan Beef Noodle Soup Restaurant is a Vietnamese restaurant in Richmond that is popular for its authentic Vietnamese dishes, mostly its pho and spring rolls, with good service, good portions, and most importantly, good taste.
Chloe recommends: Rice-paper wrapped spring roll
(Credit: Pokey Okey)
Address: 8060 Anderson Rd, Richmond, BC V6Y 1S4
Pokey Okey is a BC-founded Hawaiian poke bar with locations in Richmond, Burnaby and Downtown Vancouver. Known as the “best poke bar in Vancouver,” Pokey Okey specializes in customizable, healthy and delicious authentic Hawaiian poke bowls to fit everyone’s diet.
Chloe recommends: The Red Bowl
Address: 5960 Minoru Blvd, Richmond, BC V6X 4J4
Mui Garden is a Hong Kong style café that produces fusion-style dishes which combines flavours from around the world with Southeast Asian dishes. The restaurant has been serving the Lower Mainland for 20 years with tasty and tantalizing dishes.
Chloe recommends: Curry beef brisket
Chloe’s restaurant recommendations are all within ten to fifteen minutes walk from Minoru Park, where Gateway Theatre is situated. Grab take-out for you and your family then visit Gateway for one of our many family-friendly artistic offerings including our outdoor, picnic-style event Songs of Summer coming up this August!