Sometimes, we decide to go somewhere only to realize that it’s not open that day. (G: Totally my fault) Today, that happened. So we had to last-minute decide to go elsewhere. Turns out this place was PRETTY KICKASS.

Bows x Arrows

Craving some unpretentious brunch, Grace suggested Bows x Arrows which is nestled in a not-too-familiar neighbourhood on Fraser. We loved walking through the open concept space with its plentiful windows and various plants chillin’ above the long, communal table where people were already seated. The interior was serving us Scandinavian vibes with all the minimalism … Continue reading Bows x Arrows

Rooster’s Ice Cream Bar

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.

Pasta Polo

When Bettyboop invited us to try out some Italian foodz at Pasta Polo, we were like “Hmm”—jk we said yes right away. As if we ever had to think about whether or not to try a restaurant.

Yah Yah Ya Ramen

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

Aberdeen Food Court

After our jaunt at Juke, we got into a continued debate about where to get the best fried chicken in Vancouver. And even though this isn’t technically Vancouver (“Greater Vancouver?”), the Aberdeen Centre Food Court apparently has a place called Wu Fung Dessert. Which, according to Dragonhead and Grem, has some of the best chicken … Continue reading Aberdeen Food Court

La Bodega

It’s been almost two years since our Euro trip where we had the most delicious Spanish tapas we’ve ever had, and we’ve had a hankering for them since. Enter Aladdin and Kish, who came along for the ride at La Bodega, a long-standing institution of Spanish food in Vancouver.

Tuc Craft Kitchen

We hadn’t had brunch in a while, and Sunday brunch was calling our names. Well, morning mimosas and caesars, to be specific. And Tuc just happened to have both. How… fortuitous.