Uncle Tetsu (Media Preview)

Hey everyone! I'm excited to announce that Uncle Tetsu has finally opened today at Metrotown! I was lucky enough to get an extended invite for a media preview (Thanks Andrew!) with my foodie friend Regina yesterday for an exclusive tour. For those of you who are unfamiliar with Uncle Tetsu, they are a popular Japanese franchise … Continue reading Uncle Tetsu (Media Preview)

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Oka-San Kitchen and Cafe

Oka-San, which translates to "mother" in Japanese, is a Japanese-Hawaiian fusion restaurant that serves up a mix of classic comforting Japanese dishes and tasty Hawaiian foods like spam and poké. Located in Fraserhood, Oka-san is situated alongside notable restaurants like Les Faux Bourgeois, Savio Volpe, Jethro's, and the recently opened Bells and Whistles. From what … Continue reading Oka-San Kitchen and Cafe

Wildebeest

Happy weekend, everyone! Over the winter break, I met up with some friends for brunch at Wildebeest located in historic Gastown. For those of you who frequent Catch 122, they're practically next door to each other (minus the crazy line-up) Similar to Fable Diner and Forage, Wildebeest emphasizes on sustainable agriculture known as the "farm-to-table" concept where … Continue reading Wildebeest

Taishoken

There's no doubt that Vancouver's food scene is increasingly becoming more Asian-oriented in some form or another. Literally hundreds of sushi joints, handful of pho establishments, and of course- ramen. I'm crazy about ramen. From the different types of noodle, broth, seasoning, and protein.. the options we have in the Lower Mainland seem endless. You'll … Continue reading Taishoken

Forage

Now that school's no longer in session for the time being, I've been enjoying my weekends a lot more spending time with family and friends full of delicious food. A couple of weeks ago, I visited Forage for their brunch service on the weekend. Like many well known eateries in the city, Forage features local … Continue reading Forage