Water St. Cafe is a well-known restaurant in Gastown, right across the Gastown Steam Clock. With the elegant ambiance and delectable food, it attracts locals and tourists to pay a visit. Last weekend, my friend, David invited me to try the dishes for their 2nd Annual Crab Festival. From now until July 1, 2019, you can get your hands the freshest BC Dungeness Crab through the feature menu for brunch, lunch, and dinner.Continue reading “2nd Annual Crab Festival at Water St. Cafe”
Few weeks ago, Andrew brought me to Glowbal by Glowbal to try out the upcoming featured Platter Dinner for two. From April 24 to 30, customers can enjoy a dinner for two, valued at $198, for only $98. I think it is such an awesome value, especially if you need a dinner plan for any special occasions. Sitting at the heated patio, while enjoying a glass of red wine and a delectable meal, with awesome accompany is the best way to spend your evenings.Continue reading “Platter Dinner for Two at Glowbal by Glowbal”
Last night, I went on a mini food crawl with Eva and Jason at the Tasting Plates event around the Mount Pleasant neighborhood. There are four participating restaurants, including PappaRoti, Uma Sushi, Maizal, and Westcoast Poke. We get to experience and enjoy some of the signature food items from different restaurant.Continue reading “Tasting Plates Mount Pleasant”
Coquille Restaurant, a sister restaurant of L’Abattoir, took over the corner of the Secret Location Restaurant and opened its door in 2018. Located at the heart of Gastown, Coquille focuses on quintessential seafood and shellfish dishes. This year, it joins the Dine Out Vancouver and offers an extensive menu for locals and visitors to try. And recently, I won a giveaway of $100 gift card for Coquille from Tourism Vancouver. Therefore, we decided to visit this restaurant to enjoy our first ever dine out of the year.