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Richmond Restaurants: Cactus Club Cafe

By Richmond Sentinel

Published 10:34 PDT, Fri March 20, 2020

Last Updated: 3:56 PDT, Fri March 20, 2020

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How long have you been in business, and what is your restaurant’s history?

The first Cactus Club Cafe opened in 1988 in North Vancouver. While evolving in many ways, Cactus stays true to its roots as a fun, upscale restaurant with great food and friendly service in a relaxed, unpretentious atmosphere. Cactus has been a staple of the Richmond community since 1992.

What’s special or unique about your restaurant?

We pride ourselves on our modern Canadian cuisine. Cactus Club Cafe’s culinary vision is led by our test kitchen team, including Iron Chef Rob Feenie. They are always looking for inspiration to make food people love. 

What are some specialty menu items that guests can look forward to?

We’re always changing up our menu to accommodate seasonal and new menu items. This means that popular items are constantly changing. The test kitchen team will continuously tweak and create recipes that will be loved by our guests, using fresh, local and sustainable ingredients wherever possible. Some Cactus signatures that are fan-favourites are our Szechuan chicken lettuce wraps and our butternut squash ravioli. 

Do you have any new menu items?

We recently added two sushi rolls to our Richmond Centre menu: the spicy Ahi roll and the prawn crunch roll. They’ve got special flavours and elements that distinguish them from regular sushi rolls. The acidity and sweetness in the Ahi roll’s marinade creates a flavourful tuna, and the panko-crusted Ocean-Wise prawns add a layer of crunch and juiciness.

The newest addition to our dessert menu is 100 per cent plant-based. The drunken cherry chocolate brownie is a must-try with umaluma™ cherry pecan dairy-free gelato, chocolate sauce, coconut whip and amarena cherries.

Cactus Club Richmond is located at 1666-6551 No. 3 Rd. For more information, visit or call 604-244-9969.

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