On my second stop for Dine Out Vancouver Festival, I went to Fufu Café with my family. It was my first time trying the Japanese Souffle Pancake in Vancouver, and I am excited especially with such an amazing deal in the Dine Out menu.(more…)
Dine Out Vancouver Festival has returned for its 19th year. This year, I decided to focus on restaurants that offer inexpensive and worthy set menus. We went to Heritage Asian Eatery today to get the $15 meal. It comes with an individual rice plate with two types of meat, along with a black sesame ball for dessert.(more…)
On my last visit to Remi Patisserie, I did not have a stunning experience with the pastries. However, I tried again, and the pastries taste more delectable and I enjoyed them a lot. Though the pop up store is no longer at Moving Coffee, it is now at Paragon Tea Room every Wednesday and Friday from 1 to 6 pm.(more…)
Remi Patisserie Pop Up is now at Paragon Tea Room on Wednesdays and Fridays. Please read this blog post for more details.
For the past 5 weeks, I did not wake up early enough to try Remi Patisserie, a new pop-up at Moving Coffee Roastery every Sunday. Although Remi Patisserie can also be found at Sweet Barrel on weekdays, it seems to be out of the way for me. Yesterday, I finally woke up early enough to visit and buy some treats back home for Ethan.(more…)
Recently, a hidden cafe is newly opened on Fraser Street – Eclettico Art & Coffee. It combines art and coffee together, which brings customers a unique experience as if they are in Italy. When I first entered the cafe, I was attracted by the rustic red wall, with a copper Italian coffee machine at the counter. It has a chic, retro design. The cafe is attached with a small art museum at the back, where drawings, all drawn by the owner, are hung on the wall. It is also where the owner teaches water-coloring classes. In addition to the artistic ambiance, there is a piano at the front for a pianist comes every weekend to perform live music.(more…)