First stop: Ohana Poke For the second year, and third time, in a row, C and I’s first stop was Ohana Poke. It was the only thing on C’s mind the whole drive from Surrey to Richmond and boy was he happy when he finally got his hands on a bowl. We ordered an Ahi… Continue reading Richmond Night Market 2017
As someone who spent years in Cali surrounded by the best taco joints, you can say that I’ve developed an obsession with them. Living here in Vancouver it is so hard to find taco spots, let alone ones that taste even close to the authentic ones I was so used to having. But that doesn’t mean… Continue reading Tacofino
I don’t know about you but when I think about my relationship with Chipotle, I think of that Vine when the kid goes “I LOVE CHIPOTLE, CHIPOTLE IS MY LIFE.” And since I worked there for a while, that addiction was heightened. By. A lot. And you’d think that some norovirus reports would scare me… Continue reading Chee-powt-lay
La Casa Gelato produces over 200 flavours. Very intimidating, but trust me the experience is what makes La Casa so unique. You walk into the store, and you head to the cashier to purchase your cone. They go by scoops, so a single would be $5, double $7, and so on. After choosing, you get… Continue reading Vancouver Eats: La Casa Gelato
I have no clue if it’s obvious but … I’m kind of in love with Brunch? Like if every single meal could be one category… it should be Brunch. With that being said, my boyfriend and I have a list (that’s constantly growing to this date) of brunch places around Vancouver to try out. Today… Continue reading Vancouver Eats: Catch 122
During the #BCStorm, and due to the fact that we had an electrical stove, my boyfriend decided to take me out to eat for brunch. If it wasn’t obvious by now…. I really love brunch. It is by far my favorite meal. I have heard lots of good things about Wooden Spoon and have passed by… Continue reading Vancouver Eats: Wooden Spoon Co.
For my birthday brunch, I had a hard time choosing where to go due to the vast options Vancouver had to offer. I narrowed it down to a couple of places and I decided where to go based on their menus. I saw the Yolk’s menu and my eyes automatically drifted to the beignets. Once… Continue reading Vancouver Eats: Yolk’s