HiFive Chicken 24 (Burnaby)

Disclosure: I was invited to attend a media event. All food and drinks were complimentary. Opinions are my own. HiFive Chicken is a Canadian-operated fast food chain offering fried and baked chicken, sandwiches, wings, and classic side dishes like coleslaw, onion rings, and potato wedges . They recently opened their second location in Burnaby (original being … Continue reading HiFive Chicken 24 (Burnaby)

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Kokoro Ramen

Happy New Year, everyone! I know it's been months since my last blog post and I'm terribly sorry for being MIA for so long! Life kind of got in the way for a while 🙂 With school taking up most of my time, I find it harder and harder to make time for things that … Continue reading Kokoro Ramen

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

Downlow Chicken Shack

Nothing short of an overnight sensation, Vancouverites have probably hardly ever heard of Nashville-style hot chicken. Recently opened, Downlow Chicken Shack on Commerical Drive is Vancouver's first ever Nashville-style hot chicken wing joint. The concept of Nashville-style hot chicken is simple, comprising of three components: bread, chicken, and pickle. The traditional rub of Nashville hot … Continue reading Downlow Chicken Shack

Linh Cafe

Linh Cafe is a bistro that specializes in French and Vietnamese cuisine. The owner, Tai Nguyen came from humble beginnings starting as a dishwasher, moving his way up in the culinary world under the wing of Chef Jean-Yves Bonoit of L'Emotion and Chef Steeve Rayé of Café Régalade- which developed his love for French cuisine. Linh … Continue reading Linh 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