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Burgundy Restaurant Media Dinner

Last week, EiV was invited to a menu tasting at Burgundy Restaurant in Gastown. Situated on West Hastings between Abbot and Carrall, this European boutique-style restaurant & bar boasts a formidable menu that belies its size. With barely enough space to seat 30 or so diners at a time, Burgundy presents an interesting polarity in […]

Burgoo Kitsilano Review

Burgoo is food for comfort. This casual bistro offers a tantalizing menu of satisfying comfort food favourites. Each item lists which country the dish originates from, and its offerings span the globe. From Vietnamese banh mi sandwices to Irish meat stews to Indian Vindaloo to Paella from Spain to Moroccan dishes from Africa, and even […]

Bean Brothers Cafe & Bistro Review

We were driving back to Kits from Richmond after attending media events for Saboten and H-Mart’s grand openings in Aberdeen Centre and wanted a quick bite to eat for lunch. We hit Kerrisdale and remembered that we had been meaning to check out Bean Brothers since we’d heard good things about the cafe. Nestled in […]

Les Faux Bourgeois Review

After we enjoyed afternoon tea at the Fairmont Hotel Vancouver, we managed to secure an early reservation for dinner at Les Faux Bourgeois in Mount Pleasant. Les Faux Bourgeois is a highly-hyped casual French restaurant located East 15th Avenue, near the non-foodie intersection of Kingsway & Fraser Street. We were seated at the bar and presented […]

Patisserie Lebeau Review – Authentic Belgian Waffles

I absolutely adore waffles – especially the traditional Belgian varieties. My maiden name originates from Belgium, so perhaps loving waffles is in my blood? Regardless, I’m always on the lookout for tasty waffle offerings around this city and during our travels. Did you know that you can find authentic Belgian waffles in Vancouver? Yes, it’s […]

The Diner, Point Grey Review

  The Diner is an authentic English-style diner located on West 10th, in Point Grey. The Diner is over 50 years old! As you can imagine, it feels like stepping back in time, and its quaint and kitsch decor is literally straight out of the 1960s. Even the cutlery, plates, cups, and teapots all look […]

Ukrainian Village Restaurant Review

Personally, I love Ukrainian food. Part of the reason is that I have a fondness for anything with sour cream.  Although an acquired taste, I’m also a huge fan of beets. Cabbage? Love it too – it’s a cancer fighter, you know. Don’t even get me started on perogies…heaven. There aren’t very many authentic Ukrainian […]

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