Foodology

Browsing the "British Columbia" Category

Sugar Lab: Cafe in Burnaby

Sugar Lab is a new dessert cafe in Burnaby and they specialize in Mille Crepes. A few other cafes in Richmond have them, but now it’s closer to the suburbs of Burnaby. It’s a bit hard to find but keep [...]

July 3, 2017 Burnaby Central, Cafe, Dessert, Three Beakers

Whiskey Six BBQ: West Coast BBQ in Vancouver

Whiskey Six BBQ is an organic, local, sustainable barbecue joint nestled in the heart of East Vancouver. I came with a few foodies to eat mass amounts of meat to kick off the long weekend. A few of us have [...]

July 2, 2017 BBQ, Renfrew-Collingwood, Three Beakers

Yah Yah Ya Ramen in Downtown Vancouver

Yah Yah Ya Ramen opened their second location in Vancouver and they specialize in Yokohama-style ramen. The style of ramen blends tonkotsu and shoyu broth together to give a unique blend of broth. We were invited to try their special [...]

July 1, 2017 Downtown, Japanese, Noodles, Ramen, Three Beakers

Fayuca: Northern Pacific Mexican Eatery

Earlier this week, I had the pleasure of attending the Fayuca Launch Party. I brought Roman, my sister and brother-in-law to check out this new spot in Yaletown with me. Fayuca identifies itself as a Northern Pacific Mexican restaurant, offering [...]

June 29, 2017 Mexican, Yaletown

Canadian-inspired Recipes for your Summer BBQ with President’s Choice

Canada Day is almost upon us and since the sesquicentennial anniversary of Canadian Confederation is upon us, there is lots to do around town. For those who are not ready to brave the crowds around town, you can celebrate the [...]

June 28, 2017 British Columbia, product

Saffron Indian Cuisine: Lunch Buffet in Burnaby

Saffron Indian Cuisine is a popular restaurant for their lunch buffet as it is a very affordable price. My family was in town, so we called ahead for reservations to ensure all 9 of us would be seated for lunch [...]

June 27, 2017 Buffet, Burnaby Central, Indian, lunch, Three Beakers

A Day in the Okanagan for National Best Friends Day

A few weeks ago, I had the pleasure of spending National Best Friends Day with my foodie friend – Dee from Gastrofork. We met in 2011 at this event called Bake for the Quake and I bought banana bread from her [...]

June 26, 2017 Kelowna, Lake Country, travel

The Copper Coil Still & Grill in Squamish: Review

It was a long weekend and a group of my friends headed up to Squamish to enjoy the awesome craft brewery scene and also indulge in some food that we can’t get in Vancouver. Squamish is about an hour away [...]

June 24, 2017 Bar and Grill, Squamish, Two Beakers

Black Rice Izakaya: Aburi, Teishoku and Flames

Black Rice Izakaya has recently added a few new items on the menu. It’s been a while since I made my last visit, but I was excited to see what else they were adding to the menu. I came with a [...]

June 23, 2017 Japanese, Yaletown

Illumination Night Market: Sneak Peek

2222 Illumination Summer Night Market is located close to IKEA in Richmond. The different night markets at this location over the years keeps changing to compete with the other night markets in the Lower Mainland. There is a $3 entry [...]

June 22, 2017 Late Night, Richmond

Assembli: Build Your Own Pizza or Salad

Assembli is a new restaurant that lets you create your own pizza or salads at one set price rather than annoying add ons that will cost you. I was invited to come try a few of their creations to see [...]

June 21, 2017 Fairview, pizza, Three Beakers

Dietary Restrictions Made Easy with Presidents Choice

With the amount of food sensitivities on the rise, how do you put together a meal to cater to friends and family members with gluten or dairy sensitivities? President’s Choice is dedicated to making entertaining easy for everyone, by offering simple [...]

June 20, 2017 British Columbia, product

Takis in Canada: Review

I was grocery shopping and I saw Takis at my local Safeway in Vancouver. We saw it at the end of the aisle near the milk section. It wasn’t even in the chip and snack aisle. I am so excited [...]

June 19, 2017 British Columbia, product

Starbucks: Ombre Pink, Matcha Lemonade, Violet Refresher

Starbucks has launched 3 new drinks this week and as a bonus, if you purchase them, $0.25 cents goes towards a great cause – Born This Way Foundation to empower young people to be braver and kinder. We definitely need more [...]

June 16, 2017 British Columbia, Cafe

Orchard and the Sea: Cider House and Restaurant in Gastown

My friend and I love wandering town to find unique places to eat and drink. We wandered deep into Gastown and stumbled upon Orchard & the Sea, which is a Cider House and Restaurant every Friday, Saturday, and Sunday night at Birds [...]

June 15, 2017 Gastown, Pop-Up Shop, Tapas, Three Beakers

5 steps to boarding a cruise at Canada Place

Here are a few things I learned about before boarding my cruise at Canada Place. It was my first cruise so I didn’t know what to expect. Hopefully, this will help you mentally prepare you for where to go. Our [...]

June 12, 2017 Alaska, British Columbia, Cruise

Pidgin: Prix-Fixe Tasting Menu

PiDGiN has always been a place I wanted to check out. I went with a friend to try their prix-fixe tasting menu for $55 per person, but there was an awesome voucher on TravelZoo for the 7 course dining for [...]

June 11, 2017 Chinese, French, Fusion, Gastown, Three Beakers

Backcountry Brewing in Squamish

Backcountry Brewing in Squamish is another craft brewery that just opened up in April of 2017. They join the great craft brewery scene in Squamish as the 3rd craft brewery here. Tasting Room The tasting room has a very good [...]

June 1, 2017 Brewery, Four Beakers, Squamish