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Flying Rose: Asian Dessert on Robson Street

Flying Rose is an Asian dessert cafe on Robson Street. I was passing by and noticed it since they serve things like mango desserts. I came with a few friends to give it a try since all other cafes were super [...]

May 5, 2017 Cafe, Chinese, Dessert, Robson Street/West End, Two Beakers

L’Éclair de Génie Canada is Now Open in Vancouver

L’Éclair de Génie has officially opened their first location in Canada. It is located on Robson Street in Vancouver. L’Éclair de Génie is a pastry concept started by renowned chef Christophe Adam. Christophe has dedicated the last 14 years to creating [...]

April 29, 2017 Cafe, Dessert, Four Beakers, French, Robson Street/West End

Jinya Ramen in the Telus Garden on Robson Street

Jinya Ramen Bar is opening up on April 21st at the Telus Garden on Robson Street. They have all their classic ramen dishes with an expanded menu with more appetizers and drinks. Jinya has been one of my personal favourite ramen [...]

April 15, 2017 Four Beakers, Japanese, Noodles, Ramen, Robson Street/West End

Ukrainian Village: Perogies, Borsch, and Herring in Vancouver

Ukrainian Village is a restaurant I see every time I get off the bus on Denman Street. It caught our eyes and we couldn’t resist going inside. It was busy and it was like walking into someone’s living room. I’ve [...]

April 11, 2017 Robson Street/West End, Three Beakers

Flower and Horse in Spring: Yunnan Cuisine

Flower and Horse in Spring is a new restaurant serving Yunnan Cuisine with their signature ‘crossing the bridge’ rice noodles. The legend of the noodles comes from the Yunnan Province where a scholar was studying for the imperial exams and [...]

April 7, 2017 Chinese, Four Beakers, Noodles, Robson Street/West End

India Bistro: Indian Cuisine in Vancouver

India Bistro is located on Davie Street and they have an all you can eat lunch buffet. I actually came here with a friend for dinner to try out a few different items from their menu. I love Indian food, but [...]

March 24, 2017 Indian, Kid Friendly, Robson Street/West End, Three Beakers

The Holy Crab: Louisiana-Inspired Seafood in Vancouver

The Holy Crab has opened their first location in Canada and it’s located on Vancouver’s Robson street. It’s very interesting to see something new open up in this neighbourhood that isn’t Japanese food. I was invited to try a few [...]

February 1, 2017 American, Robson Street/West End, Seafood, Three Beakers

Cacao 70: Chocolate Brunch in the West End

Cacao 70 is a new restaurant in the West End in Downtown Vancouver serving up decadent chocolate treats for brunch or even late into the evening. They have other locations across Canada in Ontario, Montreal and Quebec. We were invited [...]

January 27, 2017 Brunch, Cafe, Dessert, Robson Street/West End, Two Beakers

La Catrina: Mexican Tacos in Vancouver

La Catrina is a restaurant on Denman Street that serves Mexican Tacos. When they say Voted by 100 Mexicans Vancouver’s Best Mexican Tacos, you know its legit. I came here with a few friends to share some tacos. I’ve heard about them [...]

January 19, 2017 Four Beakers, Mexican, Robson Street/West End

Peaked Pies: Aussie Comfort Food in Vancouver

Peaked Pies has finally opened in Downtown Vancouver on the West End. They specialize in Aussie Meat Pies, coffee and dessert. What makes their pies extra special is having them ‘peaked’ with mashed potato, mushy green peas and gravy. We wanted [...]

January 17, 2017 Bakery, Cafe, Four Beakers, Kid Friendly, Robson Street/West End

Men no Kura: Ramen in Vancouver

Men-no Kura is another new addition to the ramen community on Robson Street in Downtown Vancouver. There are several ramen shops in close proximity, so competition is high. I came here at night with a few friends to have 2nd [...]

January 11, 2017 Japanese, Ramen, Robson Street/West End, Three Beakers

Ritual: Farm to Table Restaurant in Vancouver

Ritual is a Farm to Table restaurant in Downtown Vancouver. They are inspired by an array of cultures that drives an eclectic and ever changing menu. Chef Nevada Cope put together a special menu that gave us a sneak peek [...]

December 4, 2016 Farm to Table, Robson Street/West End, Three Beakers

Poké Time on Robson: More Poké, No Problem

Continuing my poké adventures in Vancouver, another poké shop is Poké Time on Robson Street. I came here during my lunch break to grab a bowl to go with my coworkers. You can have you poke on a bed of [...]

November 30, 2016 Fusion, Hawaiian, Robson Street/West End, Three Beakers

PappaRoti: Coffee Buns in Vancouver

PappaRoti in Vancouver and they are a popular spot to grab a bun and drink, the chill with friends here. I’ve been here are a few times coming here to grab a coffee and kill time before meeting up with [...]

August 27, 2016 Cafe, Dessert, lunch, Robson Street/West End, Three Beakers

Koyuki Sapporo Ramen: New Ramen Shop near Robson

Koyuki Sapporo Ramen is the newest ramen joint to appear near Robson Street. With so many other ramen shops in the area, I was curious how it would compare. I came here with Dee from Gastrofork to see if it [...]

July 29, 2016 Japanese, Kid Friendly, lunch, Noodles, Ramen, Robson Street/West End, Two Beakers

La Brasserie: Brunch is Back

Located in the heart of the West End, La Brasserie is a relaxed 35-seat restaurant that serves authentic Franco-German cuisine. La Brasserie was one of my favourite brunch places and I was super sad that it closed down temporarily years ago. [...]

July 17, 2016 Brunch, Four Beakers, French, German, Robson Street/West End

True Confections: Dessert Restaurant on Denman Street

If you’re craving for dessert on Denman Street, True Confections is always there to fill that craving. They opened in 1986 to start the first dessert only restaurant. They also have another location on Broadway near UBC. After dinner, we [...]

July 9, 2016 Cafe, Dessert, Kid Friendly, Robson Street/West End, Three Beakers

Ramen Koika: Ramen on Davie Street

Ramen Koika is located on Davie Street opened by Caleb Lee. He traveled to Japan to learn how to make ramen in Chiba, Tokyo and Osaka. Did you know he also was a banker before getting into the restaurant industry? [...]

June 28, 2016 Japanese, Noodles, Ramen, Robson Street/West End, snack