Review: Creme Crackle Dessert Cafe

Creme Crackle is a small dessert cafe in Vancouver. They are known for their vast variety of creme brûlée flavours. They also serve delicious authentic Belgian liège waffles. There are many different choices that you can choose from. Choices range from frosted flakes to earl grey. They even have vegan choices as well! This was great news…

Review: Pizza Ludica

Pizza Ludica is such a fun place to have great pizza and play board games. This restaurant is located in Vancouver, BC and is situated close to transportation. From the outside you wouldn’t have guessed the uniqueness of this place. The interior is brightly light and simple with lots of game themed decorations. Even this sign…

Review: Vancouver’s Original Bone Broth Bar

Wednesdays have become “Weird Eats Wednesdays” at work. That means we try out weird and strange foods in Vancouver. Our first weird food stops was at Vancouver’s Original Bone Broth Bar. Yes!! There is a bone broth bar. They also sell collagen shots and popsicles. (The popsicles were sold out so I didn’t get to…

Review: Burgoo

I am off for the holidays, YIPEEEE.  I love meeting up with friends and enjoying your favorite foods at a casual place over the winter break.  I am going to have to tell you about one of a my all time favorite places: Burgoo . I have tried many of their dishes but I always…

Review: Hi Genki

Hi Genki is a hidden gem in Burnaby. It is located in a Nikkei Senior Home. They serve authentic Japanese cuisine in a  cafeteria type setting. Upon entering the senior home, you would not have suspected it would be a restaurant. The only hint is the line up of patrons patiently waiting for seats. Large…

Review: The Workshop Vegetarian Cafe

  Vegetarian food. Oh vegetarian food. I have a weird relationship with you.  Some times you are good and some times not so much.  I am always skeptical when I try vegetarian food, especially when they have a meat version that is sooo good. And you know how I like my ramen. I mean how…

Review – Mamie Taylors

Mamie Taylor’s is a restaurant located in Chinatown, Vancouver. As you walk in, you notice the taxidermy along the wall, the brickwork and the friendly wait staff. You definitely feel welcome when you enter. Looking at the menu, you notice that there are a lot of local west coast ingredients. The one thing on the…

Review: Jethro’s Fine Grub

Jethro’s Fine Grub has become extremely popular since it was featured on Guy Fieri’s Diners, Drive-ins and Dives. It is a local eatery that specializes in breakfast and lunch items.  It is so popular that they opened a second location on Fraser Street just to reduce the line ups on the original on Dunbar Street….

Review: Vegan Pudding & Co

How do I find places that I want to review?  Well through instagram…. and food porn.  I love looking at food pictures and following others who live in Vancouver and seeing what they eat.  I would like to try more places but I only can eat so much and going out is  expensive.  So I…

Review: Bambudda

Dine Out Vancouver is a yearly event where restaurants provide a set menu at an affordable price. The problem with Dine Out is the popularity as many restaurants are booked solid. Prices can range from $20 a meal to $40. Meals are sometimes not up to standards as it is a set menu and mass…

Review: Gyu-Kaku

When I go out to eat I usually ask my friends what they feel like trying and if there are any specific restaurants they want to try.  One friend of mine said she wanted to go somewhere “fun”.  The first place that came into my head was Gyu-Kaku.  If you are a hot pot or…

Review: Juniper Kitchen and Bar

Juniper Kitchen and Bar is located in Chinatown, Vancouver. It is easy to get to by transit which is a bonus since they serve delicious cocktails. From the outside, Juniper Bar is modern and chic and is definitely a great place to grab drinks and snacks after a long day at work. From the inside, you…