Tag Archives | sandwiches

Diners, Drive-Ins & Dives: Vancouver Edition [Video Round Up]

Recently, the enthusiastic Guy Fieri hit up Vancouver to film the first international episode of the popular Food Network TV series, Diners, Drive-Ins & Dives (also known as ‘Triple D’). Fieri and his Food Network entourage took his classic ’67 red Camaro SS convertible to the streets of Vancouver, and hit up numerous locations around the […]

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 […]

Pete’s Meat Butcher Shop & Deli Review

Pete’s Meat Butcher Shop & Deli is a local Kitsilano establishment specializing in natural and organic meats. Since Meinhart closed down on Arbutus Street, Pete’s has filled the void left by Meridian Meats. Conveniently situated right on the corner of Arbutus & West 12th Avenue, you might miss this shop because of its subtle signage, […]

Canada’s First Tossed Restaurant Opens In Vancouver

Tossed restaurants, founded in 1998 in New York City, are renowned for their ultra-fresh, made-to-order gourmet salads featuring over 50 choices of toss-ins, along with signature dressings, soups, whole wheat crepe wraps, and sandwiches & paninis served on artisan bread. Tossed’s original location on Manhattan’s Park Avenue in NYC was voted “New York’s Best Salad” by […]

Baguette & Co Review – French Bakery And Coffee House In Kitsilano

We absolutely adore Faubourg in Kerrisdale and find ourselves there quite often, either dining in their Bistro for brunch or enjoying a few of their sinfully good pastries. However, we thought it was time to try a French bakery that we had never been to before and that was closer to our Kits home, such […]

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 […]

Ba Le Deli & Bakery (Kingsway) Review

Unfamiliar with banh mi? Well, they’re traditional Vietnamese sandwiches served on French baguettes. We’ve had authentic banh mi from street food carts in Vietnam (you can read about it here). If you’re a banh mi fan and live in Vancouver, then you’ve most likely been to a Ba Le location. There are three of these […]

The American Cheesesteak Co. Review – Vancouver’s First Philly Cheesesteak Restaurant

Invented on the streets of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania in the 1930s, the Philly cheesesteak is the iconic sandwich of this Rocky city. So much so that Philadelphia now boasts more than 2000 restaurants dedicated to serving this meaty indulgence. Love this style of sandwich? Well Vancourites, you’ll be happy to know that Vancouver now has its very […]

Dunn’s Famous Review – Iconic Montreal Smoked Meat In Vancouver

An iconic Montreal smoked meat restaurant and delicatessen has opened its first western Canadian location in downtown Vancouver! That’s right, Dunn’s Famous – a truly loved Quebec institution founded in 1927 – is located in the lower lobby of the new Capital 6 building, on Seymour Street & Robson. Dunn’s Famous is a family friendly […]

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