Tag Archives | Tapas

East Thirty-Six Launches Inventive New Menu

East Thirty-Six, the resto-bar that brought social dining refinement to the St. Lawrence Market/Financial District areas, is once again infusing sublimity into the storied downtown Toronto neighbourhoods with its brand new Lunch Menu. Replete with haute derivations of classic cuisine and nouveau technical acuity, Executive Chef Brent Maxwell is raising the stakes on the power […]

Ten Ten Tapas – Menu Tasting

Earlier this week, I was invited to swing by Ten Ten Tapas to try a couple items off their dinner menu. Situated right on the water just below Burrard Bridge, this modern bistro boasts floor to ceiling windows that open the entire dining area to scenic views of False Creek and Granville Bridge. A large […]

Yuu Japanese Tapas Richmond Review

We were craving ramen a couple weeks ago and for some reason were convinced there’s a Benkei Ramen in Richmond (there isn’t). So my sister-in-law suggested Yuu Japanese Tapas for ramen as she’s been there a few times and enjoys the place. Yuu Japanese Tapas is a casual little restaurant located in Richmond’s Continental Plaza. […]

Establishment Lounge – Media Tasting Event

On July 18th, Eating in Vancouver & the World was invited out to Kits to sample the brand new menu at Establishment Lounge by Executive Chef Victor Bongo. Before attending the event, I took a quick peek at the new menu attached to the press alert and was quite surprised at what I saw. Unlike […]

Suika Izakaya – VANEATS.ca ‘SUIKA PUNCH’ Dining Package [PREVIEW]

In a foodie’s paradise like Vancouver, one could literally eat out at a different restaurant every day for an entire year and not even make a dent in the overall culinary ecosystem. It is this sheer wealth of variety and choice that Vancouver foodies have come to know and appreciate. The one downside of having […]

Guu With Garlic Izakaya Review

Out of the six Guu izakaya locations on the Lower Mainland, we’ve previously eaten at Guu with Otokome in Gastown and Guu’s original location on Thurlow. Most recently we checked out the second oldest Guu restaurant, Guu with Garlic on Robson Street. This popular Japanese tapas eatery boasts an amusing concept: “Garlic is sexy”. Sexy […]

Kingyo Izakaya & VANEATS.ca ‘KINGYO CRAZE’ Dining Package Preview

The wonderful folks at VANEATS.ca invited us to preview Kingyo Izakaya’s upcoming dining package, called KINGYO CRAZE! Kingyo is a one of a kind Japanese izakaya located on Denman Street, in Vancouver’s West End – just a couple blocks down from Robson Street. For the past four years, Kingyo Izakaya has won “Best Casual Japanese” […]

Ebisu On Robson – VanEats ‘Cheers Ebisu’ Dining Package Preview

The Kamei Group of Japanese establishments operates six restaurants around the lower mainland, including Ebisu on Robson. This stylish izakaya is situated on the corner of Robson St. & Bute, in downtown Vancouver. Located on the second floor, you’ll easily find stairs to its entrance just off the sidewalk on Bute Street. This contemporary restaurant […]

Guu With Otokomae (Gastown) Review

Guu is an ever growing izakaya empire because there are now six Guus around Vancouver (Thurlow, Nelson, Robson, Denman, Gastown, and Richmond), two in Toronto, and even one in China! Gastown’s Guu With Otokomae was the second Guu location that we tried, and the first was actually Guu’s original location on Thurlow. (We’ve since visited […]

Elements Urban Tapas Parlour Review (Whistler, BC)

We dined at Elements Urban Tapas Parlour on Friday evening, after our awesome experience at Bearfoot Bistro’s Belevdere Ice Room. A few highlights of the night were Elements Signature Bruschetta ($10) and Grilled “Butler” Steak & Two Tone Frites ($13). I forgot to snap photos of our dinner, but we ended up returning for breakfast on […]

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