Kebin was back in town for a few precious weeks, so we had to stuff in a few foodie dates. Kebin is also a big meat-eater, so we had to be a bit… sneaky about taking him here. To Virtuous Pie. A vegan pizza place. Heh… heh… heh…
It’d been a looong time coming. About a month, to be exact. That’s how long it took to get reservations at Savio Volpe for a decent dinner time. To say we were hyped was an understatement.
It was a cold, rainy Friday night. In Vancouver, this basically means good effing luck finding a decent restaurant for dinner without having to wait an hour. And if you’re looking for better-than-decent, you’ll probably want to make that a two-hour wait. Which is why we were absolutely floored when we discovered that Fable Diner had room for … Continue reading Fable Diner
Mell and Grace visit Ora Sushi, the newest incarnation of Mega Sushi, in Steveston.
Mell and Grace try Heirloom’s vegetarian menu and fall in love with the tacos. It’s always the damn tacos.
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 go for lunch break at the Glowbal Group’s Nosh, a popular spot for downtown Vancouver’s worker bees.
Mell and Grace hit up Vancouver’s best ramen joints with their crew. First stop: Taishoken.
We’d both been to Calabash before and loved their vibe, especially their live music sessions happening on the lower level. But we’ve never had their brunch. And Mell’s never tried the famous Dark ‘n’ Stormy that Grace never shuts up about. It’s time to get what we came for. Even though it’s only 10:30am.
After our tasting at Commodity, we were feeling like some… heartier food. The nice thing is that Fraser Street is crawling with great places to eat. Everywhere. Marsha was down for Mexican but Sal y Limon was full AF, so we tried Los Cuervos, which was right across the street. They’ve got a pretty big taco … Continue reading Los Cuervos