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Sal y Limon, Vancouver

In Eating / Food, Kid-Friendly, Restaurants, Vancouver On July 24, 2015 0 Comments

You only have to look at the lineup out the door to know that Sal y Limon has quite the dedicated following. Luckily, the casual Mexican restaurant has already… Read More »

Smokehouse Sandwich Co.

In Eating / Food, Kid-Friendly, Restaurants, Richmond B.C. On November 29, 2013 0 Comments

I almost never rush home to blog about a restaurant immediately anymore, but here I am. Smokehouse Sandwich Co. is a brand new hidden gem in Richmond, B.C…. Read More »

VICTORIA: Fairmont Empress Hotel Afternoon Tea

In Eating / Food, Restaurants, Victoria On July 31, 2012 7 Comments

The afternoon tea at the Fairmont Empress hotel in Victoria is so iconic that I knew I’d be walking into a tourist trap. But I didn’t want to… Read More »

CALGARY: Wake Bistro

In Calgary, Eating / Food, Restaurants On October 21, 2010 3 Comments

Wake Bistro has opened up where Fiasco Gelato used to be in Kensington. It focuses on breakfast and lunch which is pretty smart in an area dominated by… Read More »

CALGARY: Dove’s Nest afternoon tea

In Calgary, Eating / Food, Restaurants On July 7, 2010 10 Comments

It’s a shame none of us have time for afternoon tea anymore. Relegated to a luxurious treat in fancy hotels, I wish we could all stop for sandwiches… Read More »

CALGARY: Spolumbo’s

In Calgary, Eating / Food, Restaurants On July 8, 2009 8 Comments

I may be a small, Asian woman, but I often have the appetite of a large football player. So Spolumbo’s pork cutlet on a kaiser ($8.50) is right… Read More »

CALGARY: Janice Beaton sandwiches

In Calgary, Eating / Food On June 15, 2009 7 Comments

UPDATE – Aug. 31, 2009: Janice Beaton’s Kensington shop is now closed. The Mount Royal store is still open at 1017–16th Ave. SW. Janice Beaton — the queen… Read More »

MACAU: Portuguese tarts

In CHINA, Eating / Food, Hong Kong, Restaurants On February 18, 2009 5 Comments

I think Portugal’s sweetest contribution to China are its custard tarts. In Chinese cuisine, there are the bright yellow egg tarts (蛋撻), which are said to be influenced… Read More »