Gochujang/Pepper Paste Pasta

One of my favourite fusion foods to make is this Korean- inspired pasta dish. Whenever I’m craving a spicy pasta this is my go to recipe. It’s sweet, spicy and very cheesy. Everything you want in a dish essentially. Should I call this dish Gochunese Pasta? Or Bolojang Pasta? What sounds better to you?  Continue reading “Gochujang/Pepper Paste Pasta”

La Forêt Bakery and Café

located between Metrotown and Royal Oak Station (close to skytrain) 6864 jubilee Avenue, Burnaby BC cafelaforet.com Korean warehouse style coffee shop The recent talk of the town, La Foret Bakery and Café was on my lists of to-try after the first week of its opening. It’s beautiful décor and marble aesthetics had social media craziesContinue reading “La Forêt Bakery and Café”

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 wasContinue reading “Kinome Izakaya”

Bob Likes Thai Food

Apologies for my absence the past couple of weeks. I’ve been pre-occupied with other things such as… well in all honestly I’ve just been busy going out and eating but I didn’t have any time to sit down with my laptop. So basically I’ve been lazy. Sorry 😉 The next few posts will be restaurantsContinue reading “Bob Likes Thai Food”

Greenhorn Espresso Cafe

Greenhorn has always been on my list of coffee shops to try. It being in a residential area, is not the easiest place to visit. We went there hoping to get some work done on our laptops, but to our disappointment, they didn’t offer wifi after 11:45 and would not turn it back on untilContinue reading “Greenhorn Espresso Cafe”

Oasia Hotel Novena Review

We stayed at Oasia Hotel Novena in December for 3 days. The room was a good size. The bathroom was fairly clean. The view was of the pool. My biggest complaints were that the sink was stained pretty bad and the room didn’t feel thoroughly cleaned. The beds were a good size and also reallyContinue reading “Oasia Hotel Novena Review”

Guide to Singapore Part 1: See, Shop, Visit

Singapore. Singapore. Singapore. What more is there to say? A country with a short history, small land mass and clean CLEAN streets. Singapore boosts modernism, an abundance of different types of food and different ethnicities. It’s a true collage of a variety of cultures. But what is there to do in Singapore other than visitingContinue reading “Guide to Singapore Part 1: See, Shop, Visit”

Dessert-ing at The Bubble Tea Shop

The Bubble tea shop has opened its second location on Robson and it’s been pretty busy. I decided this time to go for fresh papaya bubble tea. They used strawberry papaya which I did not like because it lacked the papaya sweetness. The pearls were WAY TOO SWEET. 6/10 The green tea egg waffle wasContinue reading “Dessert-ing at The Bubble Tea Shop”

Mocha Chilling Blenz

Vancouver’s been pretty hot lately so cold drinks have been a must for me. I saw that Blenz had a new drink out the Mochachillo. For me, I felt that the Mochachillo was slightly too sweet for me but I liked how strong the coffee flavour was. The whipping cream on top tasted too genericContinue reading “Mocha Chilling Blenz”

Wednesday Foodie Getaway at A&W

  I had a coupon for the meal with drink and fries so I had to go and satisfy my A&W onion ring cravings. The teen burger tasted… might I say… healthy? For a fast food place. It had lots of vegetables but was lacking juiciness in the burger and it needed more sauce. Rating:Continue reading “Wednesday Foodie Getaway at A&W”