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Bonchaz Bakery Café – VANEATS.ca ‘#SUPERBonchaz’ Dining Pass [PREVIEW]

THE MENU 3-Course Dining Pass for only $6.50 between November 8th, 2012 – March 4th, 2013 A. Bonchaz of your choice: “Original“, butter & icing sugar “Banana Walnut“, fresh bananas & California walnuts “Matcha“, matcha coconut green tea B. Sandwich of your choice: “Avocado & Brie“, avocado, double cream brie & balsamic on our homemade […]

The Baker & The Chef Grand Opening

On September 6th, Eating in Vancouver & the World was invited to attend the grand opening of The Baker & The Chef, a brand new sandwich cafe right off of West Hastings and Cambie Street. Offering a myriad of delicious treats from daily fresh bread and sandwiches to delicious cakes and dessert, this new cafe […]

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 […]

Altitudes Bistro Review – Lunch Atop Grouse Mountain

My parents were in town from Victoria and our family friends suggested that we all go for lunch on top of Grouse Mountain. There are a plenty of dining options on Grouse Mountain — from fine dining at The Observatory to casual fare at Rusty Rail BBQ & Grill and Lupins Café to quick bites […]

Kim Express Vietnamese Cuisine Review

We needed a quick lunch earlier this week while we were working hard at our business and getting our condo ready to put on the market. We didn’t have time to enjoy a leisurely afternoon dine-in meal, so we opted for some quick Vietnamese food take-out. Vietnamese food in Kits is slim-pickings as the cuisine […]

Copa Cafe Cambie Review – Hong Kong Style Cafe

Copa Cafe (yes I’m humming Manilow’s Copacabana right now) is managed by former chefs and staff of nearby Cafe Gloucester. Incidentally, we’ve visited Cafe Gloucester a couple of times, as seen here and here. As expected, their menu items are quite similar, as is the aloof and hectic service. Since it’s a newer establishment, the decor […]

Sunflower Café – An Organic Gem On Crescent Beach

How beautiful was this past weekend? My goodness! To take advantage of the gloriously hot & sunny Sunday, we headed over to Crescent Beach near White Rock (but technically apart of South Surrey). A bit of a lengthy drive, we were famished once we finally arrived from the roughly one-hour trip from Kits. There are […]

Yan Ming – Chinese Restaurant In Kitsilano Review

Yan Ming is a really popular Chinese take-out restaurant in Kitsilano. Located on West Broadway near Alma, they also provide dine-in options for lunch and dinner, and even bubble tea selections. Its notoriety is due to Yan Ming’s prime location bordering Kitsilano and Point Grey, well-priced food, and standard western-style Chinese food dishes. The restaurant […]

The Roost Farm Bakery (North Saanich, BC)

The Roost Farm Centre is six establishments in one: It’s home to a bakery, café, pizza spot, garden market, winery, & gift shop! Located on the 10 acre Highland House Farm at the corner of McTavish & East Saanich Road, The Roost is one of the most popular places in North Saanich (near Sidney, BC […]

Q Go Ramen Review

Lately, it seems as though I’ve been constantly craving ramen. Perhaps it’s the saltiness, or the comfort that comes from a hot steaming bowl of soup. Whatever the case may be, Q Go Ramen has officially conquered my ramen cravings. Located on West Broadway, between Granville and Hemlock, this cute little Japanese ramen restaurant is […]

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