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Smock, a kid-friendly Toronto cafe

In Eating / Food, Kid-Friendly, Restaurants, Toronto On January 19, 2014 1 Comment

I’ve been to kid-friendly cafes that offer books, toys and even small play areas to distract children but Smock is in a brilliant realm of its own. For… Read More »

Pho Han, Richmond, B.C.

In Eating / Food, Restaurants, Richmond B.C. On December 6, 2013 1 Comment

Rob, our friend from Calgary, is a self-admitted picky eater, but he does love Vietnamese food. With that in mind, we tried Pho Han, located in a weird… Read More »

VANCOUVER: Edible Canada breakfast

In Eating / Food, Kid-Friendly, Restaurants, Vancouver On March 20, 2012 1 Comment

I never assume that it’s OK to bring a toddler to a restaurant. Not just for our convenience, but also for the business. It certainly isn’t fair to… Read More »


In Eating / Food, Restaurants, Vancouver On November 25, 2011 1 Comment

Joe’s Cafe is an institution on the Commercial Drive strip. There’s actually a Joe. He and his brother opened the place in 1974. Joe’s is packed during the… Read More »

CHILLIWACK: Airport Coffee Shop

In Chilliwack B.C. On October 25, 2011 2 Comments

“I fly for pie,” says the sign in front of the Chilliwack Airport. A rhyming sign for pie? It was calling out to me, so I convinced my… Read More »

VANCOUVER: Kokopelli kid-friendly cafe

In Eating / Food, Kid-Friendly, Restaurants, Vancouver On August 1, 2011 2 Comments

Now that I’m a parent, Kokopelli Cafe is the kind of place I wish existed in every neighborhood. It’s a sweet cafe that bakes fresh pastries, makes healthy… Read More »

RICHMOND: AoYama Cafe Japanese pasta

In Eating / Food, Restaurants, Richmond B.C. On November 22, 2010 6 Comments

AoYama Cafe is associated with UCC Cafe, a popular coffee chain in the Philippines and other Asian countries. Its big sell is siphon coffee. However, I was focused… Read More »

CALGARY: Kol3 Vietnamese

In Calgary, Eating / Food, Restaurants On November 6, 2010 11 Comments

UPDATE – December 2010: Kol3 took their subs and shu mai balls off the menu because they weren’t selling enough to ensure they were fresh all the time…. Read More »