From the monthly archives:

February 2010

Pho Central on Davie Street

February 26, 2010

The night before my mom left Vancouver to fly back to Hawaii, we decided we wanted something simple and fast to eat in the evening.  That way, there would be no need for grocery shopping, and we could still hopefully grab a bite that wouldn’t take us too far away from our home base. I’d [...]

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Kirin Downtown Vancouver

February 24, 2010

I haven’t been to dim sum for ages. I’m not quite sure why, but it could be that a lot of the people I’m around get up somewhat late, and prefer to have breakfast food around lunchtime instead of anything more exotic.  For me, breakfast food can be anything Asian as well, and I actually [...]

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Steamrollers in Yaletown

February 22, 2010

Yesterday we were rushing around, trying to get to the LiveCity Downtown Olympic venue to watch the Canada versus USA men’s hockey qualifier game.  Beyond being absolutely starving and in a hurry, we were navigating through massive crowds on a bustling Sunday afternoon through Yaletown and we needed something stat to get us through the [...]

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NFA Underground Restaurant

February 20, 2010

Disclosure: When invited, we were extended a discount on our dinner for this visit.  The cost is normally $50 per person. During all of the Olympic festivities happening in Vancouver, us dedicated food bloggers still managed to set up a night out for dinner together this past week.  Jonathan from Food and Tell was contacted [...]

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Yopo Cafe in Yaletown

February 18, 2010

My mom has come to town for a week-long visit during the Olympics (it’s so very exciting for me to show her around during all of the craziness in my own neighbourhood!) and we wanted some quick and simple food close by for lunch the other day.  I remember a girlfriend of mine has gotten [...]

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Kaide Sushi

February 16, 2010

First of all I’d just like to say Congratulations to Canada’s Alex Bilodeau for winning the first Olympic  gold medal on Canadian soil last night!  I was lucky enough to get invited to the Men’s Moguls event last minute, and was so excited to be able to enjoy the experience of being there during that [...]

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