Wednesday Foodie Getaway at Midam

I ventured out all the way to Burquitlam to get my shaved ice fix, but I would not do it again. We walked it and found Kobe Bryant at the door ready to greet us (cut out). The whole place was decked out in basketball related objects like a basketball net and air Jordon’s. It… Continue reading Wednesday Foodie Getaway at Midam

Korean Drinking Snacks at Hongdae Pocha

I saw the Hongdae Pocha advertisement on Instagram which was 50% off food from Sundays – Thursdays so I had to give it a try since it was such a good deal. Hongdae Pocha is associated with Sura which is just up the street from it. When we walked in there were quiet a few… Continue reading Korean Drinking Snacks at Hongdae Pocha

Wednesday Foodie Getaway at UYU

This is my second visit to UYU. There were only three choices on my visit to UYU and they were milk tea, roasted soy bean and original milk. I obviously went with the milk tea soft serve because I really like milk tea. I thought the milk tea was somewhat disappointing. It was soft and… Continue reading Wednesday Foodie Getaway at UYU

Wednesday Foodie Getaway at Bubble Waffle Kerrisdale

Bubble Waffle was buzzing on a Saturday afternoon. It was pretty packed which was quite surprising. But it died down by around 2.   Usually at Bubble Waffle I get the Laksa, but since my friend had already chosen that, I decided to go for something different. I had their house made fish soup with… Continue reading Wednesday Foodie Getaway at Bubble Waffle Kerrisdale

Wednesday Foodie Getaway at Ramen Gojiro

I ventured over to Ramen Gojiro to try their ramen after seeing all the photos on Instagram. I’ve been wanting to go ever since their soft opening but finally found time to go recently. We walked in and were able to snag the last table before waiting for the next round. Another 5 minutes passed… Continue reading Wednesday Foodie Getaway at Ramen Gojiro

The Korean and Japanese restaurants in Hong Kong. Authentic? or not?

In terms of Korean and Japanese food, Hong Kong does have a lot to offer but whether or not it’s authentic is another story. Most of these Korean and Japanese restaurants are opened and run by Hong Kong people. But what is authentic is up to you to interpret. For Japanese food, I mostly just… Continue reading The Korean and Japanese restaurants in Hong Kong. Authentic? or not?

Catch 122

  Date Visited: July 30th 2015 What I ate: The Gastown classic two eggs any style, house-made maple beans, toast, yukon nugget potato hash, with smoked ham 6.5/10 There were a lot of yukon nugget potato hash The house made maple beans - lacked smokiness The toast was way too dry for my liking and… Continue reading Catch 122

Amay’s House Burmese and Asian Cuisine

 Date Visited: May 9 2015 What I ate: Prata served with Curry chicken two pieces 8/10 The outside was perfectly crispy and buttery The inside of the prate was somewhat doughy but I still liked it because it soaked up the curry chicken really well The curry chicken sauce was well flavoured and different from… Continue reading Amay’s House Burmese and Asian Cuisine

Shipyards Night Market

The Shipyards Night Market is definitely not your biggest night market. But it’s a great excuse to take the seabus. I arrived around 5 pm and headed to the night market. My target for the day was to try a few food trucks that had been on my list for a while. The night market… Continue reading Shipyards Night Market

Shandong Family Restaurant

 Date Visited: March 22 2015 Address: 3309 Kingsway Vancouver, BC V5R5K6 Type of Restaurant: Chinese, Noodles, Dumplings, Price Range: $$ Ambiance (out of five)/Setting/Design/service: 3/5 – service is pretty quick but the place smelled like bleach Recommended: Lamb Noodles Overall: 7/10 (1-4: will never come back, 5: pass (I’m okay with a tinier morsel), 6:… Continue reading Shandong Family Restaurant