logo
Food Advertising by
Foodology

Browsing the "Type" Category

shi-avsal

Shizen Ya: All Organic, Uses Brown Rice and Delicious!

Shizen Ya is Japanese restaurant they specialize in organic and fresh Japanese food. They only use brown rice in their sushi with no extra charge. They pride themselves of not using additives or MSG. When you eat here, you know [...]

November 27, 2011 Downtown, Japanese, Seafood, Three Beakers
kingyo-coaster

Kingyo Japanese Izakaya: Kingyo Craze Dining Package

Foodology Disclaimer: VANEATS.ca approached me to try out their “Kingyo Craze” dining package and write a review about it. I got a complementary dining package for myself and bought an additional one for a friend to keep the review as [...]

November 25, 2011 Izakaya, Japanese, Robson Street/West End, Seafood
shark-mols

Shark Club Bar & Grill: All You Need Is Beer and Good Company

Shark Club Bar & Grill is a large venue which is great to watch the game. Too bad I’m not into sports or going out to bars to watch sports games. I only go to these places for beer and [...]

November 23, 2011 Downtown, Pub/Bar, Three Beakers
smile-nachos

Smiley’s Public House: Nachos + Non Existent Service

It was a long day, so a bunch of us decided to head to Smiley’s Public House to unwind. It’s a pub that is owned and operated by the Donnelly Group. We went inside and just seated ourselves. It took [...]

November 22, 2011 Downtown, Pub/Bar, Three Beakers
01-deluxe

Zero One Sushi : Rainy Day Meal

I was at Harbour Center and didn’t want to walk too far since it was raining. M, Scarface and I went to Sushi Zero One for some cheap fast sushi. They have fairly cheap and affordable sushi. It’s not the [...]

November 21, 2011 Downtown, Japanese, Seafood, Three Beakers
jinya-shio

Ramen Jinya: A Bowl of Comfort From the Rain

Ramen Jinya is a chain ramen joint from Los Angeles. It was pretty packed during lunch and it’s not a surprise since people want to escape the mucky weather outside to enjoy a nice big bowl of ramen. With the [...]

November 20, 2011 Japanese, Ramen, Three Beakers, Yaletown
tb-box

Taco Bell: Big Box Meal Made Me All Taco’ed Out

I was wandering around SFU Surrey and I was pretty hungry. M went to KFC to get their big box meal and I went to Taco Bell to get their other big box meal. My Taco Bell Big Box Meal [...]

November 19, 2011 Fast Food, Food for Thought, Surrey
cy-org

Cake-Ya: Delicious Purin Pudding and Cake Rolls

Cake-Ya is this little shop in Coquitlam that serves Japanese desserts and baked goods. Their location is a bit hidden and very small. They have zero seating and it looks more like a bakery. FoodQueen and I decided to give [...]

November 18, 2011 Bakery, Dessert, Japanese, Port Moody, Three Beakers
rmb-blue

Red Mill Burger: Bacon, Bacon, Verde, Bacon & Onion Rings

I have finally finished the last restaurant on my Man v. Food list – Red Mill Burgers. It took me a while to finally try this place since it’s always out of the way of Downtown Seattle and Bellevue. This [...]

November 17, 2011 Sandwich, Seattle, Three Beakers
ny-pa

I Love New York Deli: But This Is In Seattle, WA

What on earth is there to eat in Downtown Seattle early in the morning at 7am? M and I just used a food app to look it up and we just went to I Love New York Deli in Pike [...]

November 16, 2011 Deli, Sandwich, Seattle, Three Beakers
sb-cups

Starbucks: The Original Store in Seattle, WA

M and I arrived in Seattle way too early during the long weekend since we expected there to be a wait at the border…there was no wait. So, we were downtown by 7:30am. Nothing is open that early except for [...]

November 15, 2011 Cafe, Food for Thought, Seattle
fh-mess

Fortune House Seafood Restaurant: Most Rude Service!

BusanGirl really wanted some Dim Sum, so I took her to Fortune House Seafood since it’s in Metrotown. I’ve been there before and I’ve never had any problems here. This visit was quite different and I was pretty annoyed by [...]

November 14, 2011 Chinese, Dim Sum, South Burnaby, Three Beakers
one-tofuegg

The One: Decent Food, Decent Prices

Since my mechanic is right beside The One, I needed somewhere to kill time. The closest thing was The One for some Taiwanese food. Since I was starving from a long day of school already, I was ready to chow [...]

November 13, 2011 Bubble Tea, Cafe, South Burnaby, Taiwanese, Three Beakers
aki-sushicombo

Aki Japanese: Lunch Combos Are The Way To Go

After going to Aki Japanese twice for lunch and once for dinner…I have to say I really enjoy their lunches much more than their dinners. Even though they have been around for a long time, I find their lunch is the [...]

November 13, 2011 Four Beakers, Japanese, Robson Street/West End, Seafood
con-tom

Accord Food House: Amazing Taiwanese Noodles + Desserts

M and I were at Metrotown and we wanted to eat something delicious during the cold cold night. I really wanted noodles since the weather calls for it. My sister kept telling me to go to Accord since they have [...]

November 11, 2011 Cafe, South Burnaby, Taiwanese, Three Beakers
lucy-meatmac

Lucy Eastside Diner: Crazy Unique Eats at a 24 hrs Diner

It was another EatUp with the #YVRBreakfast club, but there was a twist this time…We were having breakfast in our Pajamas at night!  I’ve always passed by Lucy’s Eastside Diner, but never went there till now. They are open 24 [...]

November 10, 2011 24 hours, Diner, Mount Pleasant/Main Street, Three Beakers
tacoblue-truck

Tacofino Blue Food Truck: It’s all about the Burrito

I saw that there was another Tacofino truck near Burrard, but it had a different name “Tacofino Blue”. When I got there I just laughed because it was actually blue. I spent the whole morning trying to figure out how [...]

November 9, 2011 Downtown, Food Carts, Four Beakers, Mexican, Streetcart
blenz-brownie

Blenz: Addicted To Their Brownies

Ever since I started having class at SFU Surrey, I have been addicted to brownies. There’s no special illegal ingredients in them, but they taste so good. Since the school has a Blenz in the main level, I always find [...]

November 8, 2011 Cafe, Food for Thought