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Pronto Caffe Review – Authentic Italian Porchetta In Vancouver

Located in the heart of vibrant Cambie Village, Pronto Caffe is a cozy little Italian restaurant specializing in authentic porchetta plates and sandwiches. Porchetta (pronounced por’ketta) is a traditional street food of central Italy consisting of roasted pork with crispy skin, seasoned with aromatic herbs and spices. Similar to the porchetta sandwiches at Meat & Bread, […]

Patisserie Lebeau – Desserts & Sandwiches

Patisserie Lebeau is famous in Vancouver for their delectably authentic Belgian waffles. However, they offer pastries, breads and desserts that are equally as good as their multiple sweet and savory waffle varieties. We’ve been quite a few times over the past few years to this patisserie and Belgium specialty store – read our first review […]

Fairmont Hotel Vancouver – Afternoon Tea At The Castle

Located in the heart of downtown Vancouver (on the corner of West Georgia & Hornby Street), The Fairmont Hotel Vancouver offers daily Afternoon Tea in their 900 West Lounge. High Tea At The Castle is ‘steeped’ in Victorian tradition: The Fairmont Hotel Vancouver’s traditional Afternoon Tea includes multiple varieties of Fairmont loose leaf teas, scrumptious […]

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 […]

Coco Et Olive Kitsilano Review

Coco Et Olive is a little French-style café in Kitsilano (Broadway & Collingwood), complete with “couldn’t care less” service, the French are renowned for. [FYI: They have another location on Main & East 21st.] My hot chocolate was excellent; thick, rich and creamy, and served in a cute bowl-sized cup. Gary enjoyed his strong iced-coffee. […]

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 […]

Max’s Bakery & Delicatessen Review

Sister store to Stuart’s on Granville Island and the one at Oakridge, Max’s Deli & Bakery is located on Oak Street and West 15th Ave. The company, which has been in business since 1949, also has two locations at YVR airport, and had a previous location on Cambie – now closed. Max’s comfortable and casual […]

Quiznos (Arbutus Walk) Kitsilano Review

Since we live around the corner, we’ve been to this Quiznos on many occasions when we have needed a quick bite to eat. As far as Quiznos go, this location is a pretty decent one. The restaurant is always really clean, the staff are usually quite pleasant, and best of all – they load up […]

Paul’s Place Omelettery Review

Paul’s Place Omelettery is, as you would expect, famous for their omelettes. The restaurant always seems to receive great reviews on food blogs, Urbanspoon, Yelp – and even the Lonely Planet ranked it #17 out of 600 things to do in Vancouver. With such high accolades, we decided to check out Paul’s. With its green […]

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 […]

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