It was hectic last week because BETA 5 collaborated with Amy from Constellation Inspiration and launched three feature cream puffs. These three new flavors made most Vancouverites go crazy on pre-orders and lineups, just to get their hands on them. But one question always pops up – are they worth the hype? To answer this question, I gave myself an excuse to preorder all three flavors and tried them out.Continue reading “BETA 5 x Constellation Inspiration: Cream Puff Collaboration”
What would you do when you only have a bowl of rice, an egg, and some meat in your fridge? A rice bowl with a sunny-side up egg? Sometimes, adding creativity to some simple ingredients like these can create the most delicious comfort food. Michi Craft Kitchen, a newly opened restaurant on Kingsway, features a simple menu with delectable options, such as squid ink spaghetti and omelette rice.Continue reading “Michi Craft Kitchen”
West End is filled with Korean restaurants, and we, the Yelp Squad, decided to go to this Korean fusion restaurant, hoping to seek for unique and delicious dishes. Kosoo Restaurant specializes in using Korean and Japanese ingredients and adding a twist to authentic dishes with French cooking techniques. One of the signature dishes is the Cheese Chicken Galbi, where you dip the spicy Korean style chicken in stingy and gooey mozzarella cheese. We, a group of six, ordered six appetizers and one main dish. We were all stuffed and had fun. I recommended to come here in a bigger group, so you can enjoy varieties of dishes at once.
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Having a brunch date with my love one is my favourite thing to do on the weekends, and recently, Sai Woo became my newest to-go brunch place. Being a classy and spacious restaurant, it features casual Asian fusion food, by adding twists to Western dishes. I was invited by Andrew to a media tasting for Sai Woo’s new brunch menu and cocktails. As it was my first time visiting this restaurant, I was excited to try out some of the creative dishes. Continue reading “Sai Woo”