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Monthly Archives: September 2016

Crunchtime Cereal Bar: Pop Up by Milk Creative Communications

Crunchtime Cereal Bar is popping up in Gastown this weekend on Saturday October 1st and Sunday October 2nd 8am – 6pm. This pop-up cereal bar offers domestic and imported cereals with all proceeds donated to local charity Backpack Buddies. After [...]

September 30, 2016 Event, Gastown, Pop-Up Shop

Chef’s Plate: Food Delivery‎ Review

Chef’s Plate has been a popular food delivery service in Toronto, but has now expanded their services across Western Canada. You go on the website and select which meals you want to order for the following week. They deliver portioned ingredients and [...]

September 30, 2016 British Columbia, Delivery, product

San Francisco CityPASS: Review

For our trip to San Francisco, we used the CityPASS to tour around town to see a few of the attractions in the Bay area. I’ve used CityPASS in the past before and they have some of the top attractions for tourists. [...]

September 30, 2016 San Francisco, travel

Peanuts Bubble Tea: Richmond Public Market

Peanuts Bubble Tea is located inside the Richmond Public Market in the food court. This bubble tea stand has been here since 1996 before the wave of all the other bubble tea shops opened across town in huge numbers. While [...]

September 29, 2016 Bubble Tea, Richmond, Three Beakers

Scala’s Bistro: Dinner near Union Square

Scala’s Bistro is located in the Sir Francis Drake Hotel just steps away from Union Square. They have crafted cocktails and Italian inspired fare on the dinner menu. You’ll want to make reservations ahead of time as it can get quite [...]

September 28, 2016 Italian, San Francisco

Bao Down: Hawaiian Brunch

Bao Down has a Hawaiian Brunch every weekend at their Olympic Village location. Since Hawaiian cuisine is all the rage this year, I thought it would be great to check it out with a few friends. One thing I’ve always [...]

September 27, 2016 Brunch, Hawaiian, Mount Pleasant/Main Street, Two Beakers

Empire Seafood: Dim Sum + Dumpling Trail

Empire Seafood Restaurant is located in Richmond on No. 3 Road and New Westminster Hwy. Surprisingly, I haven’t been here for dim sum before. With so many amazing dim sum restaurants in town, this is one of the popular ones to [...]

September 26, 2016 Chinese, Dim Sum, Kid Friendly, Richmond, Three Beakers

2017 Ford Escape Sport: Review

The 2017 Ford Escape Sport has arrived and we took it up on a trip to Whistler to enjoy the food, drinks and the beautiful backdrop of the mountains in and around Whistler. After racking up 300kms during the trip, I [...]

September 25, 2016 Car, travel

Kilala: Japanese Restaurant in Burnaby

Kilala has been in the North Burnaby neighbourhood for about 10 years now. After all that time, I finally came here for a visit with M. It is a small sushi bar, so it can get pretty busy around dinner [...]

September 25, 2016 Four Beakers, Japanese, Kid Friendly, North Burnaby, Seafood, Sushi

Kozakura: Japanese Cuisine in Gastown

Kozakura is a new Japanese Izakaya located near Gastown. They specialize in Kappo-style Japanese food and the menu is seasonal, fresh and local. Foodgressing, Food Wench, Maggi, Nosh & Nibble, Picky Diner and I came here for dinner as we were so curious about what [...]

September 24, 2016 Gastown, Izakaya, Japanese, Late Night, Three Beakers

Cup Full Dessert Cafe in Coquitlam

Cup Full Dessert is located in the food court at Henderson Mall in Coquitlam. They serve up a few different desserts, cakes and drinks. If you’re a fan of Soft Peaks, they serve up their delicious soft-serve ice cream. If [...]

September 23, 2016 Cafe, Coquitlam, Dessert, Kid Friendly, Three Beakers

CoCo Fresh Tea & Juice: Bubble Tea in Downtown

CoCo Fresh Tea & Juice is the world’s largest Bubble Tea company and they have locations all over Asia and North America. The interior is pretty small, so most people do take out. Menu They have an array of different bubble [...]

September 22, 2016 Bubble Tea, Downtown, Three Beakers

Moral’s Village: Hot Pot in Richmond

Moral’s Village is a new a la carte hot pot restaurant in Richmond. They are a chain restaurant in China and has now expanded to Toronto and Richmond. The main difference in the Toronto location is that they have all [...]

September 21, 2016 Chinese, Hot Pot, Late Night, Richmond, Three Beakers

Pokérrito: Burritos, Bowls and Salads in Vancouver

Pokérrito is one of the new poké shops opening in Vancouver this year. The poké hype is real and during lunch time, there was a 30 minute line up out the door. Vancouverites are going nuts over the poké. Menu [...]

September 20, 2016 Downtown, Fusion, Kid Friendly, lunch, Seafood, Three Beakers

Liu Yi Shou Hot Pot Restaurant in South Burnaby

Liu Yi Shou Hot Pot Restaurant is a new hot pot restaurant in South Burnaby on Kingsway. They are a chain restaurant from China quickly expanding in Vancouver. They have over 600 restaurants in China. They have 2 more locations [...]

September 19, 2016 Chinese, Hot Pot, South Burnaby, Two Beakers

Peaked Pies: Aussie Meat Pies in Whistler

Peaked Pies in Whistler Village is a popular place to have a good ol’ Aussie Meat Pie. What makes them so popular is their beautiful looking ‘peaked pies’ topped with mashed potato, peas and gravy. I came with a few [...]

September 18, 2016 Four Beakers, Kid Friendly, lunch, Whistler

Southside Diner: Breakfast in Whistler

Southside Diner is a cozy little diner in Whistler. When you drive along the highway, you’ll be able to see it. It’s one of the only diners in the area. They open early, so we made sure to come here [...]

September 17, 2016 Brunch, Canadian, Diner, Three Beakers, Whistler

0755 Restaurant & Lounge: Dinner in Richmond

0755 Restaurant & Lounge looks like a club on the outside, but surprisingly, they have really good dishes. They showcase dishes from different regions and provinces in China. They are named after an area code of Shenzhen. I was invited [...]

September 16, 2016 Chinese, Late Night, Richmond, Seafood, Three Beakers
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