COSTCO FOOD COURT REOPENED DURING COVID – VANCOUVER FOOD AND TRAVEL GUIDE – GUTOM.CA

COSTCO DOWNTOWN VANCOUVER

FOOD COURT

LIKED: Cheapest price. Good portions.

DISLIKED: Confusing when they don’t give you a drink cup with your food. Very greasy pizza.

Costco Food Court is open during Covid completely reorganized for Physical Distancing. There are now Self-Ordering stations, and all dine-in seating has been removed. No more awkward sharing tables with random people!

Costco Food Court is known for cheap fast food.
During Covid the menu is missing some items like coffee, sandwiches and soup! The self-serve kiosk screen is clear, and easy to use.

 

The drink fountain is not self-serve and is blocked off to customers. There is a Costco employee at the drink fountain who will get the cup for you and ask how much ice you want, and which drink. The employee was wearing gloves.

Slice of Pepperoni $2.59
Good portion size. Lots of pepperoni, and cheese. The crust is not too thin not too doughy. Very greasy! Grease goes through the paper plate! You’ll want to roll up the pizza to make it easier to eat!

Polish Sausage $1.50
Comes with a drink and a packet of ketchup, relish, and mustard.
Good portion size. The bun is soft and chewy.

 

PRICE:
$ CHEAP! Very low price. Membership not required for Costco Food Court.

QUALITY:
GOOD! For the price the quality is good. Pepperoni pizza is extremely greasy.

SERVICE:
OK. Fast. No mention of the drink cup being distributed at the soda fountain so you might forget your drink.

VERDICT:
Overall, SATISFIED. Costco is cheap fast food and is good enough for the price. At $4 for a hot dog, pizza and drink this is one of the cheapest deals you will find.

CARD ONLY at Self-Order Station.

PAID PARKING.

Address:
605 Expo Blvd, Vancouver, BC V6B 1V4

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