|Cuisine Type |||Thai, Vegan, Californian, Eclectic, Fusion, Health Food, Asian, Soups|
|Ambiance |||In Places, Live Entmt., Offbeat, Outdoor Dining, Patio Dining, Trendy, Family Style|
|Meals Served |||Lunch, Bit O' Everything, Breakfast, Buffet, Dinner|
|Amenities |||24 Hours, Live Entertainment, Local Favorites, Beer & Wine, Wheelchair Accessible|
|Getting There |||Right near the beach in Kitsilano.|
|Cross Street |||MacDonald Street|
|Daily 24 hours|
Profile Last Updated: April 02, 2009
At a time when everything old is new again and being green is all the buzz, it's refreshing to find a place that is genuinely old-school. The Naam is the last remaining link to the ultra-hippie West 4th Avenue neighbourhood of the early 70s. These days Kitsilano health nuts drop in for a bite after Yoga class or a jog. The service here is not rushed and very friendly.
Veggie Burgers & Dandelion Coffee
Devoted to vegetarian cuisine with influences from around the world, the menu at The Naam is full of many of your favourites - all with a healthy spin. Huge salads, burritos, pizzas and, of course, veggie burgers are the staples, but the menu is surprisingly diverse. Open 24 hours a day, you can stop by before work, after hitting the club scene, or anytime for something healthy and good.
Naam has been voted the Best Vegetarian restaurant in Vancouver many times and it really is the perfect place to marry health with the yummy factor. For vegetarian cuisine with that authentic hippie feel, Vancouver has been turning to The Naam for over three decades. However, don’t think you won’t find dessert here; they’ve got a killer cheesecake, chocolate raspberry cake and a carrot cake crammed with fruits and nuts. They also offer live music nightly from 7 p.m. until 10 p.m.