From my visits to Yuzu Shokutei and Kokoro ramen, you’d know that I’ve come to enjoy ramen recently. So it’s to be expected that I’m coming to you with yet another ramen restaurant review.
Grayson has been raving about Myst ever since it opened. So now that I’m back, I wanted to see if it’s worth the hype. We got there at around 6:30pm on a week night and it was already packed inside. Lucky for us, we got one of the last booths. I’d definitely recommend coming early […]
For lil’ bun’s birthday we decided to head on over to Vancouver to get a bowl of Japanese ramen noodles for dinner. I didn’t know that Kokoro ramen existed until recently but apparently they opened not too long ago. It’s located at a main street intersection so if you’re coming during peak hours, parking may […]
We haven’t been to Kiku for the longest time and the last time we’ve been here was well over 3 years ago! (Previous visits can be read about here and here)
I have not been to downtown Vancouver in almost a year now and wow the food scene has changed! There are poke shops and ramen restaurants everywhere! Grayson and a few of his friends went to Yuzu Shokutei a month back and raved about it so it was only natural that we came by for […]
East One is a restaurant that’s located on 1st Ave in the plaza with T&T. The location has been re-done a couple of times over the years and it hasn’t changed. Mother deer was here with a couple of her friends and there were lots of left overs so she decided to pack them all […]
Grayson and I were grabbing dinner in the Broadway City Hall area because we were going to go out to board game night with our friends near by. Originally we were going to grab food at Marulilu Cafe but as it turns out, it closes early so we didn’t end up being able to go. […]
Finding a new and unique Vietnamese restaurant to try is always hard because everything tends to be the same everywhere you go. I mean you have your beef noodle soup, your salad roll, your grilled protein with broken rice dish…you know what I mean? So when I heard about Hai Phong, I jumped at the […]