I’ve been waiting for the opening of Kamamarui’s second location ever since they started their renovations. I’ve been to their original location before (post here) and enjoyed my dining experience quite a bit so I was more than thrilled when I found out that they were opening up another one in my neighbourhood! The interior […]
This post has been a long time coming but better late than never right? Bai Bui Thai is my favorite place to go for Thai food in Vancouver because not only is it super affordable but it’s absolutely delicious and to top it all off, they are absolutely MSG free!
I swear I say that every Japanese restaurant around is my favorite but Gyo-O is hands down my favorite Japanese restaurant of all time. Gyo-O is one of those restaurants that we go to when someone comes back to Vancouver from a long flight because it’s on the way home. This fine afternoon was one […]
Bai bui thai has got to be one of my favorite Thai places in town. Not only is it cheap with generous portions but it’s absolutely delicious too! They’re lunch specials are all $10.99 and come with an appetizer. The appetizer changes day to day but it’s usually either a side of fruit with crispy […]
In between the border between Burquitlam and Coquitlam lies Pocha Korea. If you don’t look closely you’re bound to miss it because it’s nestled in a little complex just off of Blue Mountain. The interior is spacious with high ceilings but the bamboo decor and seat covers help give the place a homey feel. The […]
Laksa King is one of the hole in the wall restaurants you can find along East Hastings. And I mean it when I say hole in the wall because unless you knew it was there you’d miss it because it has a small store front and you wouldn’t expect to see an 80’s diner on […]
Lil bun, mother deer and I wanted to go out for lunch after grocery shopping. We were going up along Hastings street and being that I passed by Bai Bua Thai on my commute to school practically every day, I figured that it was about time that we go by.
After a long morning of shopping at the outlets, we decided to head on over to Kongee Dynasty for lunch upon my suggestion because I’ve been wanting to go there for a while and being that it was a cold day, a hot bowl of congee was definitely in order.