Monthly Archives: January 2012

Bel Cafe: Hot Chocolate Festival

Bel Cafe is participating in the Hot Chocolate Festival thats happening till February 14th, 2012. Since I work in the area, I thought it would be nice to grab a hot chocolate to go and sip it back in the office. What I like [...]

January 31, 2012 Cafe, Dessert, Downtown

Onyx Steakhouse and Lounge: All About 40 Day Aged Steaks

Foodology Disclaimer: I was invited by the owners to try out their restaurant. I brought along 3 friends to really keep this review as unbiased as possible! This review does not guarantee 100% similar service you might normally get from [...]

January 30, 2012 Four Beakers, Port Moody, Steakhouse

The Teahouse: Perfect For Dates

Hello Internet! Romanj and Abbytizer review another restaurant. Today we review the Teahouse Restaurant located in Stanely Park. Abbytizer and I were at the Tea House for a group Christmas Party for the Holidays. To start off, The Tea House [...]

January 29, 2012 Downtown, European, Four Beakers

The Flying Pig: Brussel Sprouts are AMAZING

Following a long day at a conference, a bunch of us decided to have a super early dinner at the Flying Pig in Yaletown. We heard about their long lines and delicious food, so we decided to give it a [...]

January 28, 2012 Four Beakers, WestCoast, Yaletown

The American CheeseSteak Co: Nom Nom Nom Meat

The American CheeseSteak Co. opened up around Davies and Granville a few months ago. They serve up some delicious CheeseSteaks at decent prices. Anthony Sedlak, the chef of The American CheeseSteak Co. was also the host of the Food Network [...]

January 27, 2012 American, Downtown, Four Beakers, Sandwich

The Juice Truck + Beta 5: Hot Chocolate Festival

The Juice Truck is participating in the Hot Chocolate Festival thats happening till February 14th, 2012. They have teamed up with Beta 5 chocolates to make some amazing creations. All proceeds raised goes towards food services programs of the Downtown Eastside Women’s Centre in [...]

January 26, 2012 Food Carts, Gastown, Streetcart

C Restaurant: Dine Out Vancouver

Foodology Disclaimer: I was invited by a PR firm to try out C Restaurant’s Dine Out menu. This review does not guarantee 100% similar service you might normally get from this restaurant. I’ve been to C Restaurant about a year [...]

January 25, 2012 Dineout, Downtown, Four Beakers, International, Seafood

Narita Sushi: The Usual Suspects

Coming down from SFU, a few of us wanted to get some sushi, but the place we wanted to go to wouldn’t let us order even though they were open. So, we drove to Narita Sushi as an alternative. They [...]

January 25, 2012 Coquitlam, Japanese, Seafood, Three Beakers

Yan’s Garden Chinese Restaurant: Dim Sum in the Suburbs

Yan’s Garden serves up Chinese food and is popular in the suburbs for their dim sum on the weekends. They have been here for a while and doing fairly well in the neighbourhood. They even cater to the Koreans nearby [...]

January 24, 2012 Burnaby Cariboo-Lougheed, Chinese, Dim Sum, Three Beakers

Mongolian Little Sheep Hot Pot: Good Food, Horrible Service

TaiwaneseGirl wanted to come here for Hot Pot since it’s a large popular chain restaurant in Asia. Mongolian Little Sheep Hot Pot is located inside Lansdowne Mall in Richmond. We made reservations at 7:30pm, but they didn’t honor our reservation. [...]

January 24, 2012 All You Can Eat, Chinese, Richmond, Three Beakers

Scoop!: Frozen Yogurt with Lots of Fun

Scoop! is a Frozen Yogurt place on West 4th. They have frozen yogurt with some amazing toppings. After an event Downtown, a bunch of us headed here since Wongers insisted we go! It’s probably because its good and I’ve never [...]

January 23, 2012 Cafe, Dessert, Four Beakers, Kid Friendly, Kitsilano

Japadog: Yakisoba Japadog

By now, almost everyone in Vancouver has probably heard of Japadog. They are famous for having Japanese inspired hotdogs. They have even attracted may celebrities visiting Vancouver. They have even expanded into New York! Everything is prepared at the cart [...]

January 22, 2012 Downtown, Food Carts, Japanese, lunch, Three Beakers

Reno’s: Gotta Love the ‘Greasy Spoon’ Cafes

Reno’s is located on the ground floor of the Lee Building on Broadway and Main street. They sell cheap and affordable food! Most of the items on their menu is a little bit Canadian and Chinese, but you still have [...]

January 21, 2012 Brunch, Canadian, Chinese, Mount Pleasant/Main Street, Three Beakers

French Made Baking: Hot Chocolate Festival

French Made Baking finally opened up their store on Kingsway and Broadway. I’ve been waiting for them to open for a while and I finally made a trip down to check out their store for the Hot Chocolate Festival. They [...]

January 20, 2012 Bakery, Dessert, French, Gluten-Free, Mount Pleasant/Main Street, Three Beakers

Ricky’s All Day Grill: Where the Utensils are Dirty

Ricky’s All Day Grill has a location in City Central Mall in Surrey. After class, a few of us got really hungry, so we came here to chow down. They have a lot of items on their menu, so you [...]

January 19, 2012 American, Brunch, Kid Friendly, Surrey, Two Beakers

Nelson the Seagull: Carnivore Sandwiches

Nelson the Seagull is a cafe in Gastown. They are known for their coffee and their simple foods. Once you step foot inside of here, you’ll realize its very hipster. It’s a great place to do some work over a [...]

January 18, 2012 Cafe, Gastown, Sandwich, Three Beakers

McDonalds Oreo Cookies N’ Cream Pie: Surprisingly Crazy Good

McDonald’s introduced this new item – an Oreo Cookies N’ Cream Pie. I heard about it over Twitter, so I thought I would just go to a random McDonald’s to find one. The one I went to had zero signage [...]

January 17, 2012 Fast Food, Food for Thought

Pinkberry: Peanut Butter Crunch is Addictive

Back to Pinkberry again since I just can’t get enough of their frozen yogurt. M hasn’t been to Pinkberry yet, so he really wanted to try what all the fuss is about. Small Size with toppings ($5.55) + Peanut Butter [...]

January 16, 2012 Dessert, South Burnaby, Three Beakers