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Ippudo HK: Killer Ramen Across the World

Ippudo is a world famous chain ramen store. It was started by Shigemi Kawahara over 20 years ago in a small restaurant with only 10 seats in Fukuoka. Since 1985, it has expanded to New York, Hong Kong, Singapore and [...]

July 23, 2012 Four Beakers, Japanese, Ramen, Tsim Sha Tsui

Hui Lau Shan Healthy Dessert: Mango Desserts in Hong Kong

Hui Lau Shan is Hong Kong’s most popular and famous mango dessert restaurant. It has various locations all over Hong Kong. You are bound to see one near an MTR station or a large mall. Joyce of VanFoodies highly suggested I [...]

July 21, 2012 Causeway Bay, Chinese, Dessert, Four Beakers

Hanami Japanese Restaurant: Dining on Dim Sum at YVR Airport

Hanami Japanese Restaurant is located right before you enter the security check for flights. They serve dim sum and Japanese food. Right before my flight to Hong Kong, my parents and I decided to have some dim sum since we [...]

July 20, 2012 Chinese, Dim Sum, Japanese, Richmond, Two Beakers

Maxim Palace: Afternoon Dimsum in Hong Kong

In Vancouver, we all know Maxim as “that asian bakery near T&T”. In Hong Kong, Maxim owns a variety of different restaurants from  bakeries, to cafes, and to some very large high end restaurants. While visiting Hong Kong during my [...]

July 19, 2012 Chinese, Dim Sum, Four Beakers, Sha Tin

Suika Japanese Snackbar: Stingray, Pig Foot, and Other Odd Dishes

Suika Japanese Snackbar is owned by the same people who created Kingyo Izakaya. It is located on Broadway near Fir St. I’ve been to Suika Snackbar a few times and it’s a great place to dine with friends over yummy Japanese [...]

July 17, 2012 Fairview, Four Beakers, Izakaya, Japanese, Seafood

Ess-A-Bagel: It’s a Bagel in New York

Ess-A-Bagel is located in Midtown East in New York. They are best known for their bagels and it was conveniently located less than a black away from my hotel! CanuckGirl went twice and told me it was very awesome and [...]

July 16, 2012 Bakery, Cafe, Midtown East

Wendy’s: Burgers, Bacon, and Chili Cheese Fries

I told you I love fast food. Wendy’s in my opinion is the best when it comes to bacon. Plus, their bacon looks so much better than McDonalds or any other fast food chain. M and I came here one [...]

July 15, 2012 Fast Food, Food for Thought

Coast Restaurant: Lunch Specials in Downtown, Vancouver

Coast Restaurant is part of the Glowbal Group and they specialize in seafood. Located on Alberni Street, tourist and locals flock to Coast for fresh and delicious seafood. They a a bit expensive for dinner, but for lunch time, they [...]

July 13, 2012 Downtown, Seafood, Three Beakers, WestCoast

Arby’s: Good Mood Food in a Food Court

I’m sure it’s no surprise that I have a secret addiction to fast food. Give me a burger and fries and I’ll slurp it right up. M and I were at Metrotown in the food court and were feeling hungry, [...]

July 12, 2012 American, Fast Food, Food for Thought, South Burnaby

Holy Perogy: Perogy on Wheels in Downtown Vancouver

Holy Perogy is a new Food Truck that has hit the streets of Downtown Vancouver. They sells perogies of course. Since Jen and I were going on a little Vancouver food cart adventure, we decided to stop at Holy Perogy [...]

July 11, 2012 Downtown, Food Carts, Streetcart, Three Beakers

True Confections: Dessert Restaurant in Vancouver

True Confections is an award winning dessert restaurant. They have 2 locations in Vancouver and it’s usually a go-to place for University students and cake lovers. The cakes are HUGE and thats what draws customers into the restaurant. M, CandiedZen [...]

July 10, 2012 Dessert, Four Beakers, Kitsilano

Relish Gastropub and Bar: Happy Hour Oysters of Disappointment

Relish Gastropub and Bar has buck-a-shuck oysters from 3 -6PM everyday, plus $3 beer specials. This really enticed KoreanGirl, Mandu and I to dine here. I’ve been here several years ago and it has changed a lot! It use to [...]

July 8, 2012 Bar and Grill, Downtown, One Beaker

Gyu Kaku Japanese BBQ: Happy Hour Makes Us Happy

Gyu-Kaku Japanese BBQ is a Japanese restaurant in Downtown. It’s located beside Relish Gastopub and below Guu Garden. They have a lot of good lunch combos and even a wicked Happy Hour special. They sell Japanese BBQ grill dishes, noodles, [...]

July 7, 2012 BBQ, Downtown, Izakaya, Japanese, Three Beakers

Bubble Queen: Mango Madness in Richmond

Bubble Queen is a very popular restaurant in Richmond that serves up a variety of drinks and bubble waffles. I’ve been meaning to check out this place but it took me a while since I don’t live in Richmond. After [...]

July 6, 2012 Bubble Tea, Late Night, Richmond, Taiwanese, Three Beakers

Shake Shack: Iconic Burger Joint in New York

Shake Shack is another iconic restaurant to dine at in New York. This location surely doesn’t look like a shack, but still has the delicious burgers that customers want. The original location isn’t this once, but it’s very close to [...]

July 3, 2012 Sandwich, Three Beakers, Upper West Side

Black and Blue: A Dinner of Meaty Proportions

Black & Blue is owned by the Glowbal Group. The same people who bring us Coast, Italian Kitchen and many others.Black & Blue is a steakhouse that prides themselves of having amazing steaks. It was a special occasion for a few [...]

July 2, 2012 American, Downtown, Four Beakers, Steakhouse

Momofuku Noodle Bar: Ramen and Pork Buns in New York

Momofuku Noodle bar is a popular restaurant to have noodles and are known for some amazing pork buns. CanuckGirl and I went here for dinner and the place was packed! It was about 30 minutes for a table for 2. [...]

July 1, 2012 East Village, Ramen, Three Beakers

Morimoto: Iron Chef’s Restaurant in New York

Morimoto is a very famous Iron Chef from Iron Chef (Japan) and Iron Chef America. He has opened up various restaurant all across the world. When I was in New York visiting Chelsea Market, I knew I had to come [...]

June 30, 2012 Chelsea, Japanese, Late Night, Rating