Joe Fortes

There's not a person in the world who doesn't love brunch. And the best thing about brunch? It's something worth waking up to on the weekend! A couple of weeks ago, I met up with Barb and Bob downtown for brunch at the popular Joe Fortes in downtown Vancouver. Patrons can expect top notch American-inspired dishes … Continue reading Joe Fortes

Advertisements

Ho Yuen Kee

Ho Yuen Kee is a traditional Chinese restaurant located in Fraserhood in Vancouver. Among their extensive Chinese menu, they are best known for their seafood-notably the Lobster Sticky Rice. Reservations were made in advance of course and we arrived promptly for our 6pm seating. Considering it an early dinner service, the place was already packed … Continue reading Ho Yuen Kee

Savio Volpe

Savio Volpe is truly a dining experience to be genuinely savoured. Recently voted as ‘Best New Restaurant' by Vancouver Magazine, the team behind Savio Volpe offers rustic Italian fare with focus on fresh local ingredients featuring house-made pastas. The menu will rotate according to what’s seasonal, but they do keep a few of their most … Continue reading Savio Volpe

Raisu

Raisu is the newest addition to the Tamaru Shoten Group that owns other successful notable Japanese Izakayas Kingyo, Suika,and Rajio in Vancouver. Similar to their sister restaurants, Raisu serves a great selection of unique Japanese tapas, entrees, and cocktails. If you have been to any of their sister restaurants, you could expect the menu and … Continue reading Raisu

Nightingale

  After months of anticipation, award-winning chef David Hawksworth’s new restaurant, Nightingale, has finally opened for business offering contemporary Canadian cuisine. So what exactly is Canadian cuisine? It’s essentially a local food unique to the region with a mix of multiculturalism. At Nightingale, the menu is inspired with global influences jazzed up using locally sourced … Continue reading Nightingale