Vancouver’s Rhinofish Noodle Bar closing this month

The restaurant opened in Chinatown in 2017

You only have a few more days to get your last slurps of the Taiwanese noodle soups of Rhinofish Noodle Bar. The two-year-old Chinatown restaurant announced this week they will be closing for good towards the end of this month.

“We want to take this opportunity to thank all our wonderful customers for their unwavering support and love for Rhinofish Noodle Bar. We appreciate all the feedback that you have provided us, enabling us to deliver better each time. It’s been our pleasure to serve you the authentic taste of Taiwanese cuisine and we will dearly miss your love and support⁠,” shared the restaurant on their Instagram page.

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Rhinofish launched in the summer of 2017 as the project of Vancouver-based chef David Wu, who yearned for a venue to express a contemporary take on family recipes. The cornerstone dish was Rhinofish’s Taiwanese beef noodle soup, which incorporated regional and familial and modern touches in Wu’s hands.

Over its two-year tenure at the corner of Keefer and Main – in the eye-catching green-tiled space with the custom mural walls inside – Rhinofish evolved its offerings slightly, taking into account customer tastes.

“We couldn’t have done it without your support and we thank you for joining us on our journey so far,” added Rhinofish of their staff.

The last day of service is slated for July 29.

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