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Dunn’s Famous: Montreal Smoked Meat Deliciousness

Dunn’s Famous has opened up their first location in Western Canada in Downtown Vancouver. I’ve heard their super sandwiches were really good, so the SFU Food Bloggers – FoodQueen, I’m Busy Eating, Good Eat, Eating with Kirby and Eat with [...]

January 9, 2012 Canadian, Downtown, Four Beakers, Sandwich

The Oakwood Canadian Bistro: Fantastic $10 Brunch

The Oakwood Canadian Bistro is a new restaurant that opened up in Kitsilano. Everything they use is fresh and local. Since Etodac told me they have really cheap $10 brunch, we thought it would be a great place to check [...]

January 8, 2012 Brunch, Canadian, Four Beakers, Kitsilano

Kenzo Japanese Noodle House: A Little Dash of Korean

Kenzo Japanese Noodle House is located in South Burnaby and I’ve always heard great things about their noodles. Since there was nothing else to do, I decided to go have a bowl of ramen with M to waste some time. [...]

January 7, 2012 Japanese, Korean, Ramen, South Burnaby, Two Beakers

Sushiyama: Amazing Japanese Food!

Sushiyama is a very popular Japanese restaurant in Vancouver. It’s good for their cheap eats and quality food. No wonder during peak hours, there can be a lot of people lining up. Luckily, it was after the lunch hour rush [...]

January 6, 2012 Four Beakers, Izakaya, Japanese, Mount Pleasant/Main Street, Seafood

Miura Waffle Milk Bar: Waffle Sandwiches are Epic

Miura Waffle Milk Bar is located on Davie and Howe St. they are best known for the waffle sandwiches in sweet and savory flavours. This has been on my “To Eat” list for a long long time, but I seldom [...]

January 5, 2012 Cafe, Dessert, Downtown, Four Beakers, Japanese, Sandwich

Jimmy’s Place Restaurant: Standard Breakfasts

Hidden in a small plaza on North Road lies Jimmy Place Restaurant. I’ve been in the plaza numerous times, but I’ve never seen this restaurant before. It’s easily missed when just passing by. The interior seems a bit dated and [...]

January 3, 2012 American, Brunch, Coquitlam, Two Beakers

Raging Bull Mesquite Grill Food Truck: Open for Breakfast and Lunch

A new food truck has popped up on Granville St & Dunsmuir St called Raging Bull Mesquite Grill. They only use prime cut sirloin and organic chicken. Its smoked with mesquite wood. They are open quite early at 8am and sell [...]

January 3, 2012 BBQ, Downtown, Food Carts, Mexican, Streetcart, Two Beakers

IKEA Restaurant: All About The Meatballs and Nothing More

There is more to IKEA than just Swedish furniture. They have a restaurant to chill at since the whole store is so large that their patrons might get hungry. They are most famous for their Swidish Meatballs and other cheap [...]

January 2, 2012 Coquitlam, International, Kid Friendly, Two Beakers

Godiva: Shakin’ it up with Godiva Shakes

Godiva is a chocolate shop that opened up at Metropolis . They have another location on Robson Street too. They are known for their decadent chocolate creations. I’ve always been a bit turned off to go into Godiva because of [...]

December 31, 2011 Dessert, South Burnaby, Three Beakers

The Red Wagon: Amazing BBQ, But Why The Asian Plates?

The Red Wagon on Hastings is a neighbourhood joint that serves up delicious diner food. The interior is very retro, but their food packs some amazing flavour. Flo and I were on Trinity Street checking out some Christmas lights and [...]

December 30, 2011 BBQ, Cafe, Commercial Drive / Grandview, Four Beakers

McDonalds Introduces Real Fruit Smoothies, But Are They Good?

On Christmas Day, M was getting a bit hungry and headed to McDonalds since they were one of the only places open around midnight. We discovered they had 2 new smoothies – Mango Pineapple and Strawberry Banana smoothies. I’ve seen these available in [...]

December 29, 2011 Fast Food

Sushimoto: Hidden Sushi Place in North Burnaby

Sushimoto is a hidden Japanese restaurant in Burnaby near Holdom Skytrain. It’s a nice hidden find since nothing else is really around that area. They are quite busy during peak hours and are growing to be quite popular since they [...]

December 28, 2011 Izakaya, Japanese, North Burnaby, Three Beakers

Palki Indian Restaurant: Hidden Find on Commercial Drive

Foodology Disclaimer: I was invited by the owners to try out their restaurant. I brought along 3 friends to really keep this review as unbiased as possible! This review does not guarantee 100% similar service you might normally get from this [...]

December 27, 2011 Commercial Drive / Grandview, Indian, Three Beakers, Vegetarian

Meat & Bread: It’s Just That Simple

I’ve been to Meat & Bread plenty of times but I always seem to go back for some mouth watering sandwiches. They have their usual items and once in a while they have some unique sandwiches. I’ve had some good [...]

December 27, 2011 Downtown, Sandwich, Three Beakers

Nestle Toll House Cafe: Open at Guildford Mall

Nestle Toll House Cafe has opened its newest cafe at the Guildford Mall in Surrey – the first location in Canada! Gmoney works in the mall, so she kept me updated on when they would open. The reason why Nestle Toll House intrigued me [...]

December 25, 2011 American, Cafe, Surrey, Three Beakers

Bo Laksa King’s Bubbles & Bits: Roti Canai and Laksa

Bo Laksa King’s Bubble & Bits serves up Malaysian food! I heard their Laksa is really good, so I took a few friends here to try it out. They are cash only, so you are outta luck, if you don’t [...]

December 24, 2011 Bubble Tea, Cafe, Hastings-Sunrise, Malaysian, Three Beakers

East Village Bakery: Mom & Pop Bakery With Artisan Treats

East Village Bakery is an artisan bakery specializing in artisan bread, pies and french pastries. I honestly thought it was just an asian bakery, but when M and stepped inside, we were just amazed by the amount of little ornate [...]

December 23, 2011 Bakery, Commercial Drive / Grandview, Dessert, European, Specialty Shop, Three Beakers

JJs Restaurant: Dining On A Budget

My coworkers and I went to JJ’s Restaurant in Vancouver Community College for our Christmas party. It’s really a perfect location since we work closely with all post secondary institutions. JJs is a great place since it’s cheap and a [...]

December 22, 2011 Culinary School, Downtown, Four Beakers, International