Kinome Izakaya

It’s hard to find Japanese restaurants actually run by Japanese people in Vancouver. So when I do know of one, I have to visit it. Kinome Izakaya specializes in soba noodles. The ones served at Kinome are handmade and hard to find in Vancouver. Everything I had at Kinome was well made but nothing was… Continue reading Kinome Izakaya

Sakura Cafe

  One of the newer Japanese sweet shops in Vancouver. They also serve sandwiches etc but I came here for the parfaits. I got the matcha parfait and it was pretty good. I ABSOLUTELY LOVED the sesame ice cream. It was creamy and very sesame which I really enjoyed. The red bean and the matcha… Continue reading Sakura Cafe

Comfort food at Cafe de l’Orangerie

I was looking for somewhere to have lunch in the Marpole area and after must deliberation of whether we should eat Japanese, Chinese, West coast food and in the end we settled on a fusion of Japanese and Italian at Café de l’orangerie. There were so many things we wanted to order on the menu.… Continue reading Comfort food at Cafe de l’Orangerie

An… interesting experience at The Eatery

The Eatery Oh, the Eatery. What is there to say about this pink and whacky establishment that hasn’t been already been said. To be honest, the food was not all that memorable. I don’t even remember exactly what we had because it all just tasted the same after a while. A summary of the flavours… Continue reading An… interesting experience at The Eatery