Bubble World

Bubble World used to always be my go to place for bubble tea ever since I was a kid. My uncle first introduced their original milk tea and pearls to my brothers and me back in our early elementary school days when they opened their second tea house location on Kingsway and Joyce in 1999(first … Continue reading Bubble World

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Jam Cafe

Victoria’s beloved all-day breakfast joint Jam Café finally opened up their first Vancouver location on Beatty Street. Decked out with retro furnishings, the place has been a hotspot from day one serving up innovative breakfast items and southern comfort foods. After an hour long wait outside, Jason and I finally got seated to see what … Continue reading Jam Cafe

Yuu Japanese Tapas

‘Yuu Japanese Tapas’ is a casual, family-friendly Japanese restaurant located in the popular Continental Plaza in Richmond. The space has a very traditional Japanese feel to it with wooden fixtures and interesting décor plastered throughout the restaurant. Walking in at 2:30pm, the place was bustling with the late lunch crowd comprised of mostly young families. They … Continue reading Yuu Japanese Tapas

Chicha

A first world problem to me is figuring out where to eat for brunch on weekends with opinionated people. Petes wanted to try Tuc Craft Kitchen for brunch, but it was too far away. He later suggested Phnom Penh but I was there the day before- so vetoed. Jamesy and his friend wanted to go to Miura … Continue reading Chicha

Mr.Red Cafe

Mr.Red Café is a humble Vietnamese restaurant on East Hastings that serves up authentic Northern Vietnamese food. Their specialties are Hanoi-style so you can expect the dishes to be very nice and light in taste but full of flavour from the combination of fresh herbs and spices. Petes has never tried Northern Vietnamese food before, … Continue reading Mr.Red Cafe