4 Spots in Vancouver Where Seniors Can Grab a Good Meal

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Top 4 Restaurants in Vancouver for the Elderly

By Carolina Orosa, 9:00 am on

Even though your senior loved one can eat a good meal at home, he or she should also consider getting out of the house from time to time to enjoy some fine dining with family or friends. In Vancouver, BC, there are plenty of nice restaurants where your loved one can enjoy some good food, beautiful views, and socialization. Vancouver, BC, elderly care professionals have put together a list of 4 local restaurants with specialty dishes and unique perks your loved one may find appealing.

1. Cactus Club Cafe

Located at 1085 Canada Place, this exquisite restaurant offers lunch and dinner daily. Health-conscious seniors will appreciate the Lifestyle Choices menu featuring gluten-free and vegetarian dishes like the roasted butternut squash soup and a garden burger. The menu also features a section where diners can create their own steak from the cut to the seasoning. While your loved one is enjoying a delicious meal, he or she can look out the floor-to-ceiling windows at the stunning panoramic views of Stanley Park and the North Shore Mountains.

2. Forage

Casual, welcoming, and affordable, this dining establishment at 1300 Robson Street serves lunch and dinner daily, and they also offer a brunch every Saturday and Sunday from 10am to 2pm. Your loved one can eat out on their charming patio with picnic tables, and all of their menus feature many healthy appetizers and meal options for seniors living a healthy lifestyle, including their local fruit parfait, grilled kale, and award-winning seafood chowder. 

3. Twisted Fork Bistro

Located at 1147 Granville Street, this unique family style restaurant serves brunch daily from 8am to 3pm, which is ideal for seniors who enjoy early dining. On Twisted Fork’s menu, your loved one will find a variety of comfort food and healthy meal options, including a fresh fruit salad and scone meal, a vegetable hash and poached egg platter, and fresh tomato soup. Twisted Fork also offers a wide variety of beverage options, from green tea to grapefruit juice. 

4. Lift

This spectacular dining spot on the water at 333 Menchions Mews offers lunch Monday through Friday, dinner daily, and brunch on Saturday and Sunday from 11am to 3pm. Their menu features many vegetarian dishes and other healthy meals for seniors with special dietary needs, including a summer salad with watermelon and their signature fish tacos. Your loved one can enjoy the breathtaking views of the North Shore Mountains and the marina while dining outside on Lift’s upper or lower patio deck.

Going out to eat is often a convenient option for seniors because they don’t have to make the food themselves. If your loved one needs help preparing nutritious meals at home, reach out to Home Care Assistance. Our expertly trained caregivers can assist with food-related tasks like cooking and grocery shopping, and we also offer specialized Parkinson’s, stroke, and dementia home care Vancouver, BC, families trust. For more information, please call 778-279-3634 to schedule a complimentary in-home consultation.