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James on Hastings

October 4, 2012

Another restaurant that I dined out at in the past few weeks with my grass 4s volleyball team was James on Hastings. Located in a small strip mall on East Hastings at the corner of Slocan, this Chinese restaurant apparently closed due to a fire and then reopened again only a short time ago. James, […]

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No. 1 Beef Noodle House

October 13, 2010

On Thursday nights in the winter, I play in a volleyball league out in Burnaby.  The last time I went, most of the team decided to go for a bite to eat afterward, as we were all starving and had happily just won all our games.  Never being there before, someone suggested we go to […]

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Kirin Chinese Restaurant – City Square

March 15, 2010

So to finish off the girl’s stagette weekend over a week ago (note that many of the guys were simultaneously on an RV road trip to Reno), we went for a dim sum brunch on Sunday, to help nurse our hangovers collectively.  It was actually surprising that around nine of us ended up showing for […]

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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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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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Bao Bei in Vancouver’s Chinatown

January 20, 2010

I was having a particularly bad day yesterday and just felt groggy and completely not myself, so was in need of what I would call comfort food (to me, it’s anything Asian that tastes good).  I called up a girlfriend and  forced myself out of the house, instead of just staying and wallowing at home […]

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