Last weekend at Greek Fest I got a chance to try out Snow Cloud Shavery’s infamous dessert – a sweet spot between shaved ice and ice cream. The branding of this new food truck is super cute, and the weather was scorching hot, so tasting some of this was a no brainer.
On a recent, chilly afternoon in Yaletown, one of my friends and I decided to try out the (sort of) newly opened tea bar on Hamilton Street – Cha Le Tea Bar. Upon entering, I noticed how beautifully designed it was, from the countertops, to the shelving units, and then the finer details of the …
If there’s one thing many Vancouverites can agree on, it’s that Minami is the place to go for a Japanese fine dining experience in the city. Located on Mainland Street in Yaletown, the presentation and quality of sushi here can’t be beat.
After years of seeing the beautiful salads that Shishinori had to offer through various photos my friends had taken, I decided to try it for myself. Luckily it was a nice day, so my friend and I got to sit outside to enjoy our meal.
I’ve always been eager to try Aphrodite’s Organic Cafe after seeing beautiful pictures of their brunch items and pies online. When I arrived, I was a bit disappointed with the decor – very diner-style, nothing fancy, with pinatas hanging from the ceiling. I guess I was expecting it to be a little cuter, maybe a rustic-modern feel. …
Honjin Sushi is a great little hole-in-the-wall sushi spot in Yaletown that locals are known to visit regularly. They may not have top quality fish, but that doesn’t mean their sushi is bad. I love that this place has no frills and is fairly priced, yet still serves tasty food.
On a cold and rainy afternoon in Vancouver, what’s a better pick-me-up lunch than ramen? My friend and I decided to walk 20 minutes from work during our lunch hour to try a new place and were super stoked to get the last 2 seats in the small restaurant (they don’t take reservations).