Tag: vancouver

Restaurant Review

Sea Harbour Seafood Restaurant

I can’t believe that we haven’t done a dim sum review yet! On weekends, we love to go to dim sum and order a few things. In Vancouver, you usually have to make your reservations a day or two in advance. However, we discovered that Sea Harbour doesn’t get too busy until 12:30 onward so […]

Restaurant Review

Anh and Chi

I know that Anh and Chi has been hyped up since they opened in 2016 but I’ve been skeptical since then. I thought it’d be a hipster nonsense place with overpriced food but I kept seeing people rave about it – even people whose tastes I trusted. So when a friend suggested we go on […]

Kissa Tanto
Restaurant Review

Kissa Tanto

Everyone knows about Kissa Tanto. It’s on the list of Canada’s Best Restaurants as well as beloved even by a critic from the NY Times. The hype is real and we wanted to experience it for ourselves. We made our reservations in July for a Friday night and some of the timeslots that night was […]

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Restaurant Review: Dinesty in Vancouver

We went to try the new Dinesty location in Richmond (#150 5555 Gilbert Road in Richmond). We’d previously been to other Dinesty locations including the Robson St., Aberdeen Mall (now closed) and No. 3 Road ones. I think my personal favorite is the No. 3 Road one. I called to make reservations for 4 for […]

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Restaurant Review: Miku in Vancouver

To celebrate our anniversary, we decided to have a nice dinner at Miku! Beyonce ate here when she was in town and if it’s good enough for her then we had to try it. We’d been to their sister restaurant Minami before and liked it well enough and was curious as to how this would […]

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Restaurant Review: Wild Sushi in Vancouver

We went to Wild Sushi in Dunbar for a quick meal because it was close by. Howie had been here before and he described it as “cheap comfort food” and told me not to have high expectations. This description doesn’t scare me because I personally like cheap eats sometimes – there’s something very familiar about […]