Monthly Archives: December 2017

ALL YOU CAN EAT SUSHI AND BBQ AT SHABUSEN YAKINIKU HOUSE RESTAURANT VANCOUVER

SHABUSEN THE MOST FAMOUS ALL YOU CAN EAT SUSHI RESTAURANT IN VANCOUVER! Located in downtown Vancouver, Shabusen has been around for decades. Known for their AYCE Lunch and Dinner with good menu items to choose from the restaurant is popular with AYCE enthusiasts, locals, and tourists. Shabusen is NOT authentic Japanese, but it is a good place to stuff your …

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JAPANESE RICE BOWLS AT KITA NO DONBURI VANCOUVER FOOD REVIEW

Japanese rice bowls at Kita no Donburi in downtown Vancouver. A medium-sized quick service Japanese restaurant with lots of seating. This place is popular with international language students and downtown workers. There’s lots on the menu, but here are some of the items we ordered. What We Ordered– Pork Donburi– Beef Teriyaki Don– Curry Rice Katsu Curry– Takoyaki 8 pieces– …

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BLACK TRUFFLE DIM SUM AT CHEF TONY SEAFOOD RESTAURANT RICHMOND BC

CHEF TONY SEAFOOD RESTAURANT DIM SUM Black truffle Dim Sum , and more at Chef Tony Seafood Restaurant in Richmond, BC. Fancy interior, and lots of photos on the walls, but is the food any good? Chef Tony in Richmond, BC offers high priced Chinese cuisine, known for lunch Dim Sumwith exotic ingredients such as black truffle. Lots to choose …

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BANH MI VIETNAMESE SANDWICH AT BA-LE DELI AND BAKERY EAST VANCOUVER

The best Banh Mi in Vancouver is at Ba-Le Deli & Bakery. This place is so popular, that they sell out of sandwiches quite often. If you don’t get there early, you may not get one at all. Ba-Le Deli in East Vancouver Kingsway and Fraser has been around for many years. They bake the baguettes fresh daily, and offer …

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TIM HORTONS FARMER’S BREAKFAST WRAP IS GOOD!

TIM HORTONS What We Ordered:– Farmer’s Breakfast Wrap– Raisin Bagel w/ Butter– Hash brown Hash brown + Egg + Sausage + Cheese winning combination for a wrap at Tim Hortons. The only downside is the odd packaging. The packaging doesn’t hold liquid and drips through corners. Seems like this wrap would be better with regular wrapping paper, and not this wrap holder invention. …

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CONGEE NOODLE KING EAST VANCOUVER – FOOD REVIEW GUTOM

A hot bowl of Chinese Congee is perfect for cold winter weather. Congee Noodle King in East Vancouver offers up lots of rice porridge, and other dishes. From BBQ duck to crispy noodles, get ready to eat we’ll take home some leftovers. This is a popular CASH ONLY restaurant. I repeat, CASH ONLY! They’ve been around for years, and have …

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BUBBLE TEA AT COCO FRESH TEA & JUICE – Vancouver Food Reviews – Gutom.ca

CoCo Fresh Tea & Juice say they’re the World’s Largest Bubble Tea Chain. For being such a worldwide chain you’d think this place would offer something different, but the experience is average, and there are better less expensive boba bubble tea options out there! Aside from the giant blue mascot, CoCo is similar to other boba bubble tea, but they …

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JINYA RAMEN BAR BURNABY METROTOWN

Jinya Ramen Bar is a chain of Japanese ramen shops originating in Burbank, California. This location in Burnaby at Metrotown Mall is one of the newest locations in the Vancouver area, as of 2017. What We Ordered:– Spicy Umami Miso Ramen– Jinya Chicken Ramen– Pork Gyoza– Takoyaki Spicy Umami Miso Ramen pork broth: ground pork soboro, bean sprouts, green onion, …

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GERMAN SPAETZLE at Vancouver Christmas Market VANCOUVER FOOD REVIEWS GUTOM

Vancouver Christmas Market is a German themed market located in the heart of the city from November 22 – December 24. Traditional German market theme with food, vendors, and German toys. In this video, you get a look at German Spaetzle noodle dish. Very good with pickle, onion, and cheese.

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AUTHENTIC VIETNAMESE ICED COFFEE AT GOLD TRAIN EXPRESS – Vancouver Food Reviews – Gutom.ca

If it doesn’t have a filter, it’s not authentic Vietnamese Iced Coffee!  Vietnamese iced coffee, also known as cà phê đá or cafe da (Vietnamese: cà phê đá, literally “ice coffee”) is a traditional Vietnamese coffee recipe. At its simplest, cà phê đá is made using medium to coarse ground dark roast Vietnamese-grown coffee with a small metal Vietnamese drip …

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