Tag Archives | satay

Kaya Malay Bistro Review

Late last month, my good friend Stephanie Yuen invited me to a menu tasting at the recently opened Kaya Malay Bistro, just off of West Broadway and Oak street. As I was born in Malaysia, I am quite fond of the cuisine so I gladly accepted the invite. Although I had attended the grand opening […]

Joe Fortes Seafood & Chop House Tweetup

On June 12th, Eating in Vancouver & the World was invited to join the rest of Vancouver’s blogging finest at Joe Fortes Seafood & Chop House for a cocktail tweetup! For those not familiar with tweetups, they are a relatively new social marketing strategy that involves hosting an event around a specific Twitter hashtag ie. […]

City 1 Cafe – Singaporean & Malaysian Cuisine Review

City 1 Cafe is a little Singaporean and Malaysian restaurant located in a strip mall (where Safeway is) on King Edward Avenue, just passed Oak Street. They’ve been open since December of last year and have been receiving positive reviews from diners. But what does Eating in Vancouver think about City 1 Cafe? Now remember, […]

Mamak Malaysian Cafe Review

Located inside Pub 340, on Cambie Street in Gastown, we found Mamak Malaysian Cafe. Word on the street was that Chef Charles of the former Jonker Street cafe in Yaletown (now Fresh Bowl) created Mamak Cafe as the main kitchen of Pub 340. Always on the look out for great South East Asian fare – especially […]

Banana Leaf Malaysian Cuisine Fairview Review

The award-winning Banana Leaf (and Tropika) restaurants pretty much have a monopoly on Vancouver when it comes to Malaysian food. Banana Leaf Malaysian Cuisine has four locations in Vancouver, and their colourful decor and good prices attract many customers. The restaurants are so popular that they have been voted “Best Malaysian/ Best South East Asian” […]

Balilicious Modern Indonesian Restaurant Review

Formerly called Saté Satu — meaning ‘one satay’ — Balilicious Modern Indonesian restaurant is located on Cambie & West 19th Avenue in Vancouver. Batik and other Indonesian handicrafts are displayed throughout the small restaurant. A couple of pairs of colourful wooden clogs adorn the wall – a glimpse of Indonesia’s Dutch colonial past. Indonesia and […]

Tropika (Cambie) Review – South East Asian Feast

For my mother-in-law’s birthday a while ago, all nine of us headed to Tropika’s Cambie location for a South East Asian feast. Tropika has a few locations around the lower mainland, including one at Aberdeen Center in Richmond, and one in downtown Vancouver on Robson. They call themselves “Malaysian & Thai” restaurants, but they also […]

Bo Laksa King’s Bubbles And Bits Review

During our recent epic trip to Asia (HK, Macau, Singapore, Thailand, and Vietnam), a substantial duration of time was devoted to eating in the city-state of Singapore (the ultimate foodie nirvana, if you ask me). On numerous occasions, we gorged Anthony Bourdain-style, on delectable dishes such as nasi goreng, beef rendang, laksa, satay, and roti […]

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