After having a most enjoyable meal at Tempranillo, we walked a few blocks over to Chinatown to check out the new dairy-free/vegan and mostly organic gelato joint, Umaluma. The interior is all 60s/70s with dark wood and stucco paneling the walls, recycled glass counter-tops, and pale pastel pink everywhere. We’d heard good things and were … Continue reading Umaluma (Dairy-free) Gelato
We’d been craving some ice cream in this heat, and having thoroughly sampled the delights at Earnest and Rain or Shine, we knew that we needed some new ice cream to try. Good thing we found out about Rooster’s.
After dinner, there’s nothing that Mell likes better than to finish with dessert. And there’s no better dessert on a warm Vancouver evening than ICE CREAM. So, we decided to hit up Tangram Creamery, a new joint that our friends had been raving about (and whose creations we’d been seeing all over our Instagram feeds).
Mell and Grace go for a donut run at Cartems.
On a rainy Vancouver Saturday, Mell was still recovering from a rough night out/nursing a wicked hangover. However, we had work to do—aka. we had some crème brûlée to eat at Crackle Crème. They don’t open until 12pm, so don’t do what we (and a few others did that same day) and arrive expecting a … Continue reading Crackle Crème
We don’t even think we got out the front door of Wildebeest before Mell announced that she needed ice cream. Luckily UYU is literally right around the corner so we decided to give them a whirl.
Mell and Grace look for the markets… and fail. They try again another day—and fill their bellies with some of the best seafood and desserts of the trip.
Mell and Grace eat ice cream and traumatize children at Earnest Ice Cream.
Mell and Grace do tea and cheesecake. And tea in cheesecake. Korean-style.
A taste of Paris: Mell and Grace get their minds blown at one of the best French restaurants in Vancouver.