The 2017 Ford Fusion Sport has come out and what better way to explore Metro Vancouver, than to indulge in some fusion cuisine. Partnering up for Ford Canada, we headed to one of the newer restaurants in Vancouver for Pan Asian Cuisine – Heritage Eatery.
Check out my review of the 2017 Ford Fusion Sport as I drove it all around town. The trusty navigation guided me to Heritage Eatery easily even in rush hour.
Heritage Asian Eatery
Heritage Asian Eatery brings together the flavours of different countries in Asia. They blend together fresh, locally sourced ingredients, prepared with a modern take on the authentic flavours of the Far East. I’ve heard lots about this place, so it was time to make the visit.
The interior as metal and wood features that give it a cool industrial look. Up on their shelves, there are metal bells, abacus, Asian hat and some other cool items.
Their lunch and dinner menu has baos, rice bowls, udon, and a few different sides. If you came int he morning, the menu is different with crepes and benny bowls. They sound pretty good, so I may have to make a revisit.
Bao means bun in Chinese. It is a Chinese steamed roll with a filling of meat or vegetables.
The 5 different flavours are:
- Cotechino (house made sausage)
- Pork Belly
- Pork Shoulder
I ordered the Cotechino, Duck and Pork Belly. It all came together in a cute bamboo steamer. The bao is soft and fluffy while the filling is very delicious. Each bao have different complementary toppings and sauce used.
There are 4 types of rice bowls at Heritage:
- Pork Belly
We went with the Pork Belly as it’s the most fatty and delicious. We also added an extra egg to the bowl. It normally comes with 2 halves. The bowl is very hearty and its good for one person. The other veggies in this dish balance out the egg and pork belly.
We got a side of wings since we heard it was irresistible. The right amount of spice coat these crisp wings and drumettes.
Overall, the food was delicious and even thought the menu is a bit small, there’s lots of variety to each dish. Highly customizable to what you want. Eating fusion food and enjoying the Ford Focus was a fun night out.
1108 W Pender Street, Vancouver