Shitty end-of-winter Vancity weather calls for ramen. Dragonhead and Kish were down, so we headed to Yah Yah Ya Ramen in Richmond for our first time there. Kish chose the black tonkotsu ramen. This broth is known for being extra rich and is lighter than the others. It’s still pork bone-based broth, but some places apparently mix … Continue reading Yah Yah Ya Ramen
Mell and Grace visit Ora Sushi, the newest incarnation of Mega Sushi, in Steveston.
It’s stop #2 on the Muy Tight Ramen Tour: Ramen Gojiro in downtown Vancouver. Did it beat the high bar that Taishoken set? Find out…
Mell and Grace grab a few sushi-loving friends and try out Kiriri in Richmond.
Mell and Grace hit up Vancouver’s best ramen joints with their crew. First stop: Taishoken.
Mell and Grace trek outside of Vancouver to Coquitlam to try Sushi K Kamizato, which mixes rock ‘n’ roll and an amazing selection of sashimi.
G: Mell, what are you craving? M: Noodles. How our conversations go a lot of the time. Since we were specifically craving ramen and G-Men is close by, we dragged Dragonhead, Teacher, and Kebin along for the food train.
Last Adult Table dinner before we jet off to Europe. 🙁 Better make it a good one. Following our recent Asian theme, we yielded to our sushi cravings at Minami, sister restaurant (literally sisters, as the two restaurants are named after the owner’s daughters) of the equally renowned Miku Restaurant.
Mell and Grace try kushikatsu, an Osaka specialty, at Rajio Public House in Vancouver.
Mell and Grace get transported to Japan in the Refinery’s Cork and Distillery Tour, featuring tuna and beef tataki, takoyaki, ribs, okonomiyaki, and more.