Monthly Archives: March 2013

Ali Shan restaurant

Ali Shan Restaurant: Meal Under $10

Ali Shan Restaurant is a Taiwanese Restaurant located in Crystal Mall. I was in the area with my coworker and we wanted some lunch before heading back to the office, so we went to Ali Shan for a quick bite. [...]

March 31, 2013 Cafe, South Burnaby, Taiwanese, Two Beakers
Wendys Son of Baconator

Wendys: Son of Baconator and Poutine

When it comes to fast food, I love the stuff. We all know Wendy’s famous Baconator – a tower of bacon strips, cheese and 2 quarter pounder patties. Sometimes that burger is way too big and has so much meat. [...]

March 29, 2013 Fast Food
Anton's Pasta

Anton’s Pasta: Stuffed Pasta

Another late night meal at Anton’s Pasta. There’s not too many late night places in this area. M and I like to come here for the amount food. Rawr we’re monsters. We have never finished a whole plate nor would be [...]

March 26, 2013 Italian, North Burnaby, Three Beakers

Forage: Mmmm Seafood Chowder

Forage is located inside the Listel Hotel in Downtown Vancouver. They pride themselves of being very sustainable, meaning zero waste and using local sustainable ingredients. After seeing tons and tons of people instagramming photos from Dine Out Vancouver, this was [...]

March 24, 2013 Canadian, Robson Street/West End, Three Beakers

Scandilicious: Delicious

After finishing dinner on The Drive at Havana’s one dark and rainy Tuesday night, my friends and I were craving something sweet. We wracked our brains for a while thinking of a dessert place in the area and could only [...]

March 21, 2013 Cafe, Commercial Drive / Grandview, Dessert, Four Beakers
Lazy Den Bubble Tea

Lazy Den Bubble Tea: $5 Bubble Tea Combo

If you are from the Port Moody area, you must know Lazy Den Bubble Tea. I vaguely remember coming here in 2008 during my early University days cause it was open pretty late. Where else can you get bubble tea [...]

March 20, 2013 Bubble Tea, Chinese, Port Moody, Three Beakers

Beaucoup Bakery & Cafe: Buttery Goodness

Beaucoup Bakery and Cafe opened at the end of 2012 and their customers have raved about their amazing croissants. After seeing my sister bring home boxes full of their croissants, I decided to come here with my girls – KoreanGirl [...]

March 18, 2013 Bakery, Cafe, Fairview, Four Beakers

Vancouver International Wine Festival

Foodology Disclaimer: We were invited to attend the Vancouver International Wine Festival. This was our first year going to the Vancouver International Wine Festival and to tell you the truth I was feeling a little nervous about feeling the need [...]

March 12, 2013 British Columbia
Kita No Donburi

Kita No Donburi: Lunch Downtown

Kita no Donburi is located near Seymour and Hastings street. Kimbob E Ramyun used to be in this location before Kita no Donburi took over. It’s very close to Waterfront Skytrain. We were having a meeting nearby and needed a [...]

March 11, 2013 Downtown, Japanese, lunch, Three Beakers
Akari Japanese Restaurant

Akari Japanese Restaurant: Sushi In Delta

Akari Japanese Restaurant is located in Delta at Strawberry Hill. I would have never thought to have Japanese food in this area. Plus, I never frequent this area anyways. The restaurant has been around for 15 years and is operated [...]

March 10, 2013 Delta, Izakaya, Japanese, Seafood, Three Beakers
The General Public

Tangoo: General Public and Eight 1/2

Foodology Disclaimer: I was invited by Tangoo to check out their Tangoo Night on Main Street. The portions on the dishes or service may not be representative of what you would expect from a normal dining experience. Tangoo Nights brings together [...]

March 9, 2013 Mount Pleasant/Main Street
Chewies Steam & Oyster Bar

Chewies Steam and Oyster Bar: It’s Brunch Time

Chewies Steam & Oyster Bar is located in Kitsilano. The specialize in oysters and seafood inspired by New Orleans. I came here with FoodQueen and Gastrofork. Parking is always scarce in this area since you either have to have a [...]

March 4, 2013 Brunch, Kitsilano, Seafood, Three Beakers, WestCoast
Rain City Soups

Rain City Soups: Local Artisan Soup

How many people do you know have a passion for soup? Daniel Wagner is the brains behind Rain City Soups. He creates artisan soups in small batches to keep his quality of soups high with the freshest local and most [...]

March 3, 2013 British Columbia, Food for Thought, product