Shiok

Living in Vancouver, how could you not learn to love going out for Asian cuisine as a default with loved ones? Japanese? Malaysian? Thai? Indian? What about Singaporean? Shiok is one of the few restaurants in Vancouver that identifies as Singaporean cuisine. According to their website, the word 'shiok' pertains to food: delicious, highly enjoyable, ten out of … Continue reading Shiok

Peaked Pies

Peaked Pies is an Australian bakery and it's a must visit for locals and tourists alike. Traditional Australian pies are savoury with a type of meat filling served with gravy. At Peaked Pies, they make them from scratch daily offering a range of sweet and savoury pies as well as Australian coffee and desserts! Their … Continue reading Peaked Pies

Xi An Cuisine

Chinese food is incredibly diverse with each region offering different variations of their take on what makes their culture and food unique.  The distinction lies in  how the food is traditionally prepared (braising, sautéing, stir-frying, steaming, stewing, etc!). An influx of different types of Chinese cuisine are slowly trickling into the food scene and it's quite … Continue reading Xi An Cuisine

Sugar Lab

No matter how full I am, there's always room for dessert. With the summer weather rolling around, I've been craving nothing but desserts! With so many choices available, I tend to always gravitate towards cakes-fancy cakes to be exact 😉  Sugar Lab is a relatively new dessert shop in South Burnaby that specializes in mille crêpes. Mille … Continue reading Sugar Lab

Ramen Gojiro

Ramen Gojiro, is a relatively new ramen shop that opened up on Dunsmuir Street close to Granville Station. What sets Ramen Gojiro apart from the other ramen places around Vancouver is their broth. Ramen Gojiro specializes in jiro-style ramen using a combination of tonkotsu broth and shoyu giving it an almost thin pork gravy-like consistency … Continue reading Ramen Gojiro