Top 10 Restaurants you Should Try along SkyTrain’s Evergreen Line


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Finally, the end is over with the successful launch of the new Evergreen line, which took head on December 2, crossing between Burnaby and Coquitlam. The first train boarded on Friday noon from Lougheed Town Centre Station in transit to Lafarge Lake-Douglas Station in Coquitlam. The new course has developed novel prospects for the current Millennium and Expo Lines. The brand new 11 km track now runs six new stations from the Lower Mainland transit system into Burquitlam, Port Moody, and Coquitlam. This means, it will connect the Tri-Cities to Downtown Vancouver with an approximate figure of 70,000 passengers riding each day by 2021, as expected by TransLink.

The Expo Line will run two new routes, one that goes between Waterfront and King George stations while the other between Waterfront and Production Way-University stations. Likewise, the new opening will affect  22 bus routes in the Tri-Cities changing the C24, 97 B-Line, 160, 188 and the 143.

The Evergreen Extension isn’t just a simple boring metro line, as it has dedicated space for many interesting places to explore and experience alongside the trail. For those who crave food more while traveling, the fortunate line has constructed many food joints. Out of different delicacy ventures, here are the ten fine restaurants grounded at Evergreen Extension that you should try as per your unique food and taste preferences:

1:Sushi California

The restaurant is full of graceful food varieties located on the east side of the Lougheed Town Centre Station at 501 North Road, Coquitlam. It is a typical sushi restaurant that masters in Japanese and Asian culinary arts. The best part is you can also savor wine and beer glasses while relishing your favorite sushi!

Address: 501 North Road, Coquitlam, BC V3J 1N7

2: Connected Minds Cafe and Roastery

From Costa Rica to Guatemala, Light Roast to Dark Roast, at Connected Minds Café and Roastery, you can indulge your taste buds while sipping your favorite chocolate from different varieties. The café is centered at right across the street from the Burquitlam Station.

Address: Unit 12 – 555 Clarke Road, Coquitlam, British Columbia

3:  Rocky Point Ice Cream

The mouthwatering ice-cream venture is located at 2800 block of Murray Street, which lies at the north of the Moody Centre Station. Its menu covers delights like ice cream sandwiches, splits and sundaes, milkshakes, real fruit smoothies, hand packed pints and liters, cakes, popsicles and more than 36 flavors of ice-cream to take from.

Address: 2800 Murray Street, Port Moody, BC, V3H 1X2

4: St. James’ Well

North of the Inlet Centre Station headed off to Guildford Way is St. James Well, a local Irish pub. Explore an extensive selection of domestic and imported beers; try a large menu list of traditional food.

 Address: 248 Newport Dr, Port Moody, BC V3H 5B9

5: Rio Brazilian Steak House

Towards the west side of Coquitlam Central, you will turn over at the great Steak House. Here BBQ lovers can fulfill all their wild fantasies of meat addiction with a countless variety of delightful cuts of Chicken, Pork, Lamb, Beef, Fish and so on.

Address: 2729 Barnet Hwy, Coquitlam, BC V3E 1K9

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6:  Urban Gate

Sited at the Lincoln station, it is a must try place for Persian kababs and Canadian traditional food varieties. Full-service bar and grill, the restaurant offers fresh and healthy selections for all customers.

Kobideh and barg kebab with a side of salad and rice ps the grilled tomatoe is my favorite. This is from urban gate good food but the service isn’t the greatest.

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7: Legend House

If you’re a Chinese lover, then, Legend House should be your next stop! It is an authentic Chinese restaurant at Lincoln station that runs a showoff menu of everything you can imagine in Chinese cuisine.

Address: 1169 Pacific Street Suite 140 Coquitlam, BC V3B 0J1

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8: Insadong

South side of the Lougheed Town Centre station fills up the space for Korean delights. Insadong offers excellent selections in Korean BBQ style cooking along with other traditional Korean dishes.

Address: 301 403 North Rd, Coquitlam, BC V3K 3V9

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9: Saint Street Grill

Walking towards the southward of the Moody Centre Station is Saint John’s Street. The street is not alone with the Saint Street Grill but hosts other food destinations as well. Nonetheless, the restaurant offers beautiful ambiance and delicious food.


Address: 2514 Saint Johns Street, Port Moody, BC V3H 2B4

10: Romer’s Burger Bar

Ideal for both lunch and dinner, the joint is situated at the Inlet Centre. To reach without confusion, walk east out of the station and turn north (left) onto Ioco Road.

The list is not even a half percent of what the Evergreen line is equipped with. Nonetheless, these are the finest among the all. The given series marks all sorts of tastes including sweet tooth, BBQ love, Sushi relishes, multi cuisines interests, fast food options, beer and wine pubs, comforting coffee cafes and much more to surprise you.

Address:101 Morrissey Road, Port Moody, BC V3H 5N1