Contactless Food Delivery is Available in Canada

The First Dessert food delivery by UberEats

To prevent further spread of COVID-19, many are working from home. Some may be struggling to get groceries, or just tired of cooking and washing dishes. Contactless food delivery is here to rescue. There are numerous food delivery services that are available in Vancouver, and many are proactively adopting new policies to alleviate customers’ concerns with COVID-19. You can support local businesses through these delivery services. In this blog post, I included the companies that I have used before and are offering contactless delivery, as well as promo codes for first-time users.

Continue reading “Contactless Food Delivery is Available in Canada”

Saturday Breakfast at the Dirty Apron

Weekend is all about brunch and almost all popular locations in Vancouver is filled with long line ups. But I am about to introduce you one with the minimal lineup and affordable, delicious breakfast/brunch. The Dirty Apron Cooking School, Delicatessen & Catering locates just right next to Jam Cafe on Beatty Street. They are known for cooking classes, but do you know they also serve amazing breakfast on weekdays and Saturdays?

Continue reading “Saturday Breakfast at the Dirty Apron”

An Adventure to Souffle Pancakes in Toronto

Now that I looked back to my Toronto trip, I noticed that I spent a lot of on Spadina Avenue and Kensington Market, which is just steps away. There are many independent cafes and shops here that  are yet to be explored. On my last day in Toronto, I decided to try Hanabusa Café, a cute, spacious café that specializes in soufflé pancakes. We also went to another popular soufflé pancake shop called Fuwa Fuwa on Bloor Street. Each has its specialty, so I’m excited to share my thoughts of these two cafes to you guys.

Continue reading “An Adventure to Souffle Pancakes in Toronto”

Food Adventure to Kensington Market: Little Pebbles Cafe

Near Toronto’s Chinatown, there is a famous Kensington Market, where has many independent cafes and Jamaican restaurants. I visited a few cafes there, and I think this one is worth to mention – Little Pebbles Cafe. It is a petit Japanese cafe with very limited seatings, but it was super busy when we visited on a weekend. There is a tiny menu above the counter, as well as a glass shelf filled with cakes and canelés.

Continue reading “Food Adventure to Kensington Market: Little Pebbles Cafe”

Continue Exploring on Spadina Avenue: Icha Tea (一茶間)

Spadina Avenue has many bubble tea shops, but there is also this cute independant cafe/tea bar that serves chinese tea, matcha, and tea-infused treats. Icha Tea (一茶間) is known as the heaven for tea lovers on Spadina Avenue. Once you step in, you can first order at the counter. There is a few seats where you can sit and wait for your takeout orders. Otherwise, you can continue to walk inside, passing through an authentic Chinese tea bar, and you can then find more seatings. It is spacious and quiet. There are many students working in the corner, as well as groups chilling around with drinks and desserts.

Continue reading “Continue Exploring on Spadina Avenue: Icha Tea (一茶間)”