Food Travel: Shabusen

I went to Shabusen with new and old friends. We ate lots of food and got to know each other better by joking around. It was really fun because I got to catch up with some old friends, like L, and meet new ones. I hope we will be able to grab food together again.

Food Travel: Milk & Eggs

My friend took me to a new cafe in Richmond called Milk & Eggs after raving about how cute and yummy their desserts were. When we got to the cafe, instead of just ordering dessert, we shared a Lemongrass Chicken with Rice between the two of us (we had too much Mongolian Hot Pot at lunch…

Food Travel: Seattle Series

B and I enjoyed our time leisurely in Seattle after we got back from Los Angeles – meaning we ate a lot of good food and walked around downtown (and finally watched Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them!). First off, Din Tai Fung – obviously. Before watching Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them, we went…

Food Travel: Los Angeles Series

Usually, when B and I travel, we end up not having proper meals until dinner time since we want to savour our limited time on our trips as much as possible experiencing different things. However, who knew that we would be able to experience something surprising and shocking during our dinner on our first night…

Food Travel: Las Vegas Series

These are some pictures I took of the food we had in Las Vegas. We had dinner at Lago on our last night and was pleasantly surprised to find that we ordered exactly the right amount of food for the both of us to share. The food was also delicious! Although we didn’t do any…

Food Travel: Glowbal

We had a girls’ night out a few nights ago at Glowbal and the food was not bad. Of course, the company was even better as I got to meet new people. Unfortunately, since the table was too big, I couldn’t take pictures of all the dishes that everyone ordered. After our entrées, we had…

Food Travel: San Francisco Series

This is just a heavy photo post of some of the delicious food we had in San Francisco (because it has been so long that I can’t really remember anymore).

Food Travel: Blueacre Seafood

For B’s birthday this year, we celebrated it in Seattle. It was harder for me to plan something in advance because I didn’t know the area well, so I had to book the restaurant last minute. But now that I have experience in Seattle, I can step up my game tenfold for next year! We dined at…

Food Travel: Din Tai Fung

My first experience at Din Tai Fung while in Seattle was amazing to say the least. Although we had to wait a bit, it didn’t feel that long since it was located at the University Village and we walked around the stores until they called us. I really hope that Din Tai Fung will open sometime…

Food Travel: Jinya Ramen Bar

I had heard about Jinya Ramen a few years ago, but never checked it out until recently with a friend. My friend and I both had their JINYA Tonkotsu Black, and we added a combo. I got the pork gyoza combo while my friend had their Tokyo curry rice. The ramen was very different from…

Food Travel: Fatty Papa

Before B relocated for work, we had a nice meal together at a new restaurant on Robson Street that goes by a fun and quirky name of Fatty Papa. We always walked by the place and never checked it out, but all that will change because the food was actually quite tasty! Following what other…

Food Travel: Pearl Castle Café

On one of the weekends, my mom and I went to do some grocery shopping. We left before eating breakfast so we were both hungry by the time we got to the mall. We were originally going to grab a quick brunch at TnT, but after waiting for over half an hour and most of…

Food Travel: Ebisu

B and I went to Ebisu during their happy hour and we ordered a few dishes from that menu: raw oysters (ew), California Roll, and Chicken Karaage. We also had Spicy Chashu Stone Bowl off their dinner menu. There is, unfortunately, no picture of the dinner dish because the nice server had already mixed the contents…

Food Travel: Spaghetéi

Spaghetéi recently closed its doors at their Robson Street, Vancouver location. However, before they shut down for good, B and I made a special trip out to eat there one last time. The line up was pretty long during (and after) the lunch rush; I think many people heard that this Japanese style spaghetti establishment…

Food Travel: House of Tofu

House of Tofu was introduced to me by a co-worker. We went to the restaurant with our friends after our last day of working together, and had a great time getting to know each other better outside of our camps life. We all ordered soup (since the restaurant was best known for their delicious soup), and shared…

Food Travel: Rocky Point Ice Cream

Rocky Point Ice Cream resides at Rocky Point Park (obviously), and it has handcrafted ice cream with vegan and gluten free options. I usually get their sorbets because I’m lactose intolerant, but their sorbets are really yummy so I don’t mind as much. They have a lot of different flavours, and one scoop is a baseball-sized…

Food Travel: Takano Japanese Noodle Café

Takano Japanese Noodle Café holds a very special place in my heart, as it can be said that it was the ramen place that started my obsession with all ramen places. It is a small and cozy mom and pop shop, with the pop doing most of the cooking. Ever since I found out about this hideaway…

Food Travel: Suika

Suika, the Japanese word for watermelon, was where B and I had our delicious dinner on Sunday after a fun and relaxing day at Jericho beach. The last time we came here, we had ordered their Deluxe “Suika Box”. They described this box as a jewelry box as it contains nine kinds of appetizers. Just like last…

Food Travel: Coffee Monster

After dinner today, B and I went to a nearby café to get dessert. The place was called Coffee Monster and I found their logo weirdly cute. Its interior was very different to Choco Coo Café, but it was also a style that I like – raw and unfinished; The ceiling was left as is…