“Blossom” is where Dim Sum meets Sushi

It was the grand opening for Blossom Dim Sum & Grill yesterday. And until now, I am still surprised by the concept of having dim sum, sushi, and Western grill all in one restaurant. It makes me wonder “is this restaurant authentic, or is it just hype?”. I tagged along Andrew to answer my question, and the answer is…

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BierCraft Bistro

BierCraft Bistro recently launches a new menu, and they are available across three locations – Commercial Drive, Cambie, and Westbrook Village (UBC). The original beer bar is known for its extensive selection of craft and imported beer, particularly the Belgian beer. Few weeks ago, I was invited to try the new menu, and I visited the Cambie location for its spacious interior and sun-laden patio seating.

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2nd Annual Crab Festival at Water St. Cafe

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.

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Ddungcaron (Fat Macaron), only at Take Urban

Take Urban is a new hidden gem near Stadium Chinatown, and it was originally a petite Korean cafe that sells bibimbap and rice burgers. It recently reopened and transformed to a cute dessert cafe. Except the classic Korean dishes, they also sell big macarons that caught my attention. You might miss this shop, but it is totally worth your time to pay a visit here.

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Sunday Brunch Date at Mak N Ming

I was researching on brunch spots in Vancouver, and I found that Mak N Ming is relaunching their annual Summer Sunday Brunch, starting May 19. This is the 3rd season, and I missed the last two. Mak N Ming is located in Kitsilano, just blocks away from the Kitsilano Beach. They highlight Japanese-meets-French cuisine. With limited seatings, I highly recommend to reserve through OpenTable ahead of time.

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