Rose House

It’s been awhile since I’ve been for afternoon tea but I thought it was time to indulge myself again since school ended. We got the mini afternoon tea set which came with scones, a cucumber sandwich, deviled eggs, a macaroon, a cream puff and a Jello dessert. Overall I thought the food was okay. Nothing … Continue reading Rose House

LIK N2 Ice Cream versus Mister

Both nitrogen ice cream shops opened roughly around the same time. The prices were also quiet similar and the sizes were the same. But the style of how the ice cream was presented was wildly different. The impression I got from LIK N2 Ice Cream was fun ice cream with lots of different toppings and different … Continue reading LIK N2 Ice Cream versus Mister

Poke Time on Robson

Poke time Poke shops have been popping up and around Vancouver for the past month or some. Some far from the city center and some like Poke time in downtown. I was really excited for the Poke burrito and I wasn’t disappointed. There are so many choices that come with the Poke burrito. The type … Continue reading Poke Time on Robson

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

Tako – Korean Mexican Fusion

Tako A new addition to Vancouver burrito scene – Korean and Mexican fusion. TA for Taco and KO for Korean. I must say, the takos here are on the pricey side compared to other tacos in Vancouver. They averaged around 3.50 while other places would serve it for around 3 or less. I had the … Continue reading Tako – Korean Mexican Fusion

Guide to Hong Kong Sights

Hong Kong has many sights that are well known such as the Big Buddha, The Peak and The Starr Ferry but there are also many other places around Hong Kong to be explored. Chi Lin Nunnery and Nan Lian Garden are both beautiful places to visit that are not as well known as other sights … Continue reading Guide to Hong Kong Sights

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 restaurants … Continue reading Bob Likes Thai Food

Guide to Hiking in Hong Kong

Hiking in Hong Kong is definitely not part of ones first impression of Hong Kong. When tourists come to Hong Kong, they think of shopping, food and of course the impressive skyline. But for me, one of my goals is hiking. Most of Hong Kong is actually mountains and undeveloped which makes it great for … Continue reading Guide to Hiking in Hong Kong

Places to Go Around Hong Kong

Hong Kong is a city visited by millions of people a year. It’s famous for it’s beautiful skyline, international reputation, abundance of islands and of course food. I’ve covered a lot of food in Hong Kong in my previous posts that you can find under Hungry in Hong Kong but in the next three posts … Continue reading Places to Go Around Hong Kong

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 really … Continue reading Oasia Hotel Novena Review