Dining & Restaurants in the Comox Valley
The Comox Valley is home to more than 80 restaurants, tempting with cuisine and price points to suit every taste and budget. Dining out here is as formal or as casual as you like.
Dining in the Comox Valley is as formal or casual as you like. The choices include pubs with nautical themes, gourmet restaurants or trendy cafes that come equipped with Internet access, as well as fast food outlets. It’s never hard to find fresh fare in the Comox Valley.
Restaurants take pride in choosing locally-grown food in their menus. Choose from five kinds of salmon, even more species of rock cod, halibut, prawns, crab, clams, oysters, mussels, herring and freshwater fish. For a West Coast experience, try a seafood restaurant or, to go international, try one of the area’s many ethnic eateries.
On Comox Avenue, heading into Comox, visit Avenue Bistro - a neighbourhood restaurant with cosmopolitan flare, featuring a sleek, modern interior. The menu combines a playful harmony of Pacific Northwest innovation and French inspiration using locally-sourced products to showcase the bounty of the Comox Valley.
Located on 5th Street in Downtown Courtenay, insane food with attitude is featured at Mad Chef Cafe. This is a place where the great food will make you absolutely insane with pleasure.
Atlas Café is the home of perfectly overstuffed breakfasts, bustling lunches and inspired dinners. For a restaurant with consistent quality food, service and fun in Downtown Courtenay, Atlas is the place to go.
Crown Isle Resort offers two distinctively different dining experiences at their Timber Room Restaurant that are certain to please the most discriminating diner all day long.
For over 50 years, Ricky’s All Day Grill has been serving up great food at great prices. All day, every day, they serve a medley of tasty selections in a comfortable, friendly environment.
Dine in old-world comfort overlooking the Comox Marina at Toscanos Trattoria. Toscanos is a quaint little Italian restaurant offering an incredible selection of specially-prepared Italian dishes from pastas to veal and seafood. Desserts are homemade on-site.
Domo Japan, located in Courtenay at the Crown Isle Shopping Centre, offers fast, hot Japanese Teppan-style meals with fresh ingredients, grilled right in front of your eyes.
Whether you are looking for lunch or a romantic dinner for two, Sushi Wara is committed to serving unique Japanese dishes with only the freshest of local ingredients being used.
The Flying Canoe West Coast Pub, located in the Best Western Westerly Hotel, is the Comox Valley's first West Coast Pub and features a classic pub fare.
Downtown Courtenay has many great restaurants to choose from. Union Street Grill & Grotto on 5th Street is also recognized as one of the top restaurants to go to for a variety of tempting entrees for lunch and dinner.
The Westerly Family Restaurant at the Best Western Westerly Hotel serves fabulous West Coast Cuisine, first-class service and a warm, casual atmosphere.