The Sauce Pasta Cafe has opens it doors in Vancouver. Offering gourmet Italian takeout, The Sauce Pasta Cafe takes pride in using only the freshest, local ingredients and making their sauce in-house, daily. Continue reading “The Sauce Pasta Cafe Opens”
Origo Club expands its service to add afternoon tea. In addition to house-made scones with cream and jam, Origo’s Afternoon Tea menu includes sweet selections like lemon tart , gateau roulé – vanilla and rum chantilly with fresh fruit, macarons and financiers, as well as savoury delicacies such as choux aux champignons – mushroom choux buns and quiche Lorraine – egg and bacon tart. Continue reading “Origo Club Afternoon Tea”
On South Granville bustling corridor sits Rise Eatery. I am so glad I was introduced to this restaurant. The decor is modern and bright and clean and the service is friendly and knowledgable. The menu is creative and executed very well.
I have a few recommendations, their menu will change depending on the seasonal produce. Continue reading “Rise Eatery Review”
The Honda Celebration of Light makes its highly anticipated return to the skies above English Bay this Saturday as Team South Africa,represented by Fireworks for Africa, kicks off the three-day festival. The fireworks performance is just the finale of all the entertainment the festival has to offer throughout the day.
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Neptune Chinese Kitchen, situated at Hard Rock Casino in Coquitlam opened it’s doors.
The interior reminds me of a typical rice, noodle congee cafe but the quality of the food is far superior.
We sampled a range a dishes from sticky rice on crispy chicken my favourite to siu am and creamy egg yolk custard bun. Continue reading “Neptune Chinese Kitchen – Hard Rock Casino”
Virtuous Pie in Chinatown focuses on plant-based foods which includes their nut based cheese, plant based ice-cream and creative pizza’s.
I ordered the Kim-Jack, Hoisin Crema, Cashew Mozzarella, Kimchi, Gochujang Braised Jackfruit, Roast Broccolini, Scallion.
The crust surprisingly held up, even after being in a takeout box for 10 minutes. It was nutty, spicy, salty and sweet. I couldn’t really decipher the jackfruit, it was over-powered by the kimchi. All in all it was delicious and a creative combination.
They have happy hour from 2:30 – 5:30 and 10PM – 11PM, a selection of pizza’s for $10 including the Kim-Jack. Next time I will be back for the ice-cream.
Heritage Asian Eatery will be serving up an Asian-inspired brunch menu from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturdays and Sundays.
Heritage’s weekend brunch service will include a number of exciting new menu additions from Zhou, such as Peking Duck, Pork Belly and Shiitake Mushroom Benny Bowls (two poached eggs served with yuzu hollandaise, potato rösti and side salad), Green Onion Pancake with duck, shiitake or “the works” (three poached eggs, potato rösti, duck and pork belly), Congee with a choice of poached oyster, pork belly or char siu, along with sweet treats like Lemongrass Ginger-Infused Coconut Pudding and Golden Mantou with Matcha Condensed Milk. Continue reading “Heritage Asian Eatery Asian-Inspired Brunch”