If you are looking to support local but miss seeing the world, why not head over to Henderson Place Mall in Coquitlam’s City Centre. No matter what you’re hungry for—a quick, tasty bite or a savoury full-service meal – Henderson Place Mall has you covered.
This bright space offers safe dining options to eat in or take-away and best of all, it’s also conveniently located, on Pinetree Way, just across from Lincoln station.
Give your taste buds a tour of Asian flavours with the vast selection of food stalls.
This popular spot, formerly known as the Pinetree Grill, is now known as Hwang’s Kitchen (re-named after the owner’s family.) Despite a change in name, the dedication to authentic Korean food remains the same. For a solid classic, try the vegetable bibimbap topped with beef. The grilled pork belly is also a local favourite. For extra kick, go for the home-made gochujang (spicy sauce.)
Designed to look like a food truck, this laid-back eatery specializes in Seoul-style street food. The top-quality dishes are served ready to eat on the go, with prices that are easy on the wallet. The Dak-Gang-Jeong (popcorn chicken) is scrumptious and comes in three flavours: red pepper, soy or garlic.
With the food court’s most eclectic menu, there’s something for everyone’s palette here, from corn dogs to kimbap. If you’re feeling adventurous, try the Monster’s Bat – sausage wrapped in diced potato. Or, if you’re suffering from a little too much adventure, the Hangover Ramen will set you straight.
More Delectable Options
Kashgar Uyghur Cuisine – A unique spot offering Uyghur food, a fusion of Chinese and Halal.
Sammi’s Juice Bar – One of the few places that has golden bubbles (like puffy mini-waffles).
Chuan Yan Gourmet Food – A Chinese eatery with an extensive array of choice.
Dig into a flavourful meal at any of these notable establishments.
This relaxed, canteen-style spot offers traditional Hawaiian poké with a twist. Build your own bowl with a base of rice, quinoa or salad, or try one of the beachy-named signature bowls, such as “A Shore Thing.” If you prefer to skip the seafood, go for an order of “No Swimmin.’”
There are plenty of ways to enjoy Chinese hot pot at this stylish locale. Go for a half-and-half broth, design your own sauce, opt for all-you-can-eat or choose a reasonably-priced lunch special. If you’re new to hot pot, the friendly servers can provide a useful guide to make sure your experience puts a smile on your face.
Named for the grill in the centre of the spacious tables, this understated place for Korean BBQ is top tier. The copious dishes are piled high and their top-quality beef is aged in-house. If you decide to do the BBQ, the attentive staff help ensure it’s cooked to perfection. This is one place it’s impossible not to leave feeling stuffed!
With its welcoming and lively atmosphere, this is one of the few places to find dim sum in Coquitlam. The best part – it is offered daily for lunch! The Cantonese menu also includes a wide assortment of delicious seafood, such as mouth-watering salt and pepper squid or the impressively large (and live!) Alaskan king crab.
Settle down for a while with a steaming mug and a little something sweet.
Handmade cakes & pastries served in a cozy atmosphere. Go to enjoy fresh coffee and tea or a fresh smoothie.
A bustling place offering a range of interesting hot drinks, such the red bean or multigrain lattes. Don’t forget the coffee buns, filled with either butter cream, custard or potato goodness!
Specializing in ice cream desserts with fun names like “North Pole Breakfast” and “Blackcomb,” the generous portions are heaped with toppings.