|Cuisine Type |||Thai, Chinese, Dim Sum, Japanese, Asian, Malaysian, Pan-Asian/Pacific Rim, Sushi, Tapas|
|Ambiance |||Good For Groups, In Places, Casual, Trendy|
|Meals Served |||Lunch, Dinner|
|Amenities |||Full Bar, Internet, Beer & Wine, Private Room(s), Wheelchair Accessible|
|Pricing |||$21 - $30|
|Payment |||Interac, MasterCard, American Express, Visa, Cash|
|Cross Street |||Corner of Smithe and Burrard beside the Paramount Theatre|
|Monday through Friday 11:30AM to 3PM, 5PM to close, Saturday and Sunday 12PM to 3PM, 5PM to close|
Profile Last Updated: April 29, 2008
Combining the best Malaysian, Chinese, Thai and Japanese dishes, Azia Restaurant has turned the everyday meal into a culinary trip through Southeast Asia. The restaurant’s Dim Sum lunch features some of the best Pan Asian cuisine in the city and a la carte items are available as well. The journey through Southeast Asia continues with Azia’s dinner selections. The Japanese braised Ginger Pork, Mongolian Beef Strips and Sichuan Beef with Chili and Peppers are always palate pleasers.
Loft style ceilings and a huge front bay window ensure Azia has an airy and relaxed feel. The modern black and tan decor set a cool mood and comfortable booths and chairs allow you to sit back and truly enjoy the culinary experience. The restaurant also has a mezzanine level which can accommodate up to 60 people for private functions. A projector and wireless internet access make the private mezzanine ideal for business meetings. You’ll also find a number of flat screen TVs perfect for catching a Canucks game.
Four Restaurants in One
Azia also features a sushi bar and a tasty Tapas menu with a host of items for your group to share. With varied cuisine from all over Southeast Asia, critics have said Azia is like four restaurants in one and everyone as good as the next. A true culinary experience in Southeast Asian food in a modern yet comfortable two-level dining room, Azia Restaurant has something to please everyone.