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Kitsilano restaurants

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November 12, 2010

This past Saturday evening, I was lucky enough to dine with friends at Lumière, on West Broadway, where Executive Chef Dale MacKay prepared a special meal for our group.  I haven’t been back for awhile now (I’ve been both pre- and post-Boulud), although I’ve had other meals during that time carefully prepared by MacKay at […]

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Octopus Garden

October 8, 2010

So I really, really like Octopus Garden in Kitsilano (on Cornwall) for sushi. Why? First of all, Sado-san, the chef and owner. He has a great sense of humour, is excellent and what he does (of course), and always has a big smile on his face. The last time I headed to this intimate, 30-seat […]

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Temaki Sushi

June 28, 2010

During one of the many stagettes I’ve been to this year (as those of you know who’ve been following me along to all of my destination weddings that go along with them), one of the places we decided to stop at for lunch was Temaki Sushi. There was a group of about eight of us […]

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DB Bistro Moderne

April 14, 2010

Last week, Darina from Gratinée took me out for dinner at DB Bistro Moderne, a French restaurant in Kitsilano for helping get her blog transitioned to the Thesis theme (affiliate link).  I have been there a couple of times before, including during their tastings before it was officially open to the public when Lumiere and […]

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Maple Grill in Kitsilano

March 21, 2010

Last Sunday evening, a few of us food bloggers got together for yet another meal.  A bit of a smaller group this time, Sherman (Sherman’s Food Adventures), Karl (The Friday Lunch) and Kim (I’m Only Here for the Food!) and I went to try out the new kosher restaurant in Kitsilano called Maple Grill.  Darina […]

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Quince Studio Vegetarian Cooking Class – Video Post

March 11, 2010

Over the weekend, as a starting place for my girlfriend’s stagette, we had registered for a group cooking class with about twelve of us in attendance.  One of the bridesmaids found Quince Studio was available and would be able to do the course on a Saturday afternoon, customized to be a vegetarian-friendly menu (for the […]

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