This is my 3rd visit to Shanghai River since I started Follow Me Foodie. As mentioned in my previous posts I have been here before I started blogging as well. They been quite consistent on all my visits so therefore my ratings haven’t changed. The more I try the better recommendations I can give you and I can also track if the quality is still there.
Tri-Ty Café is a brightly lit bubble tea house that attracts people of all ages, similar to Pearl Castle. It’s comfortable and they have a lot of options for snacks, drinks and meals. People go for lunch or dinner and everything on the menu is served all day including, fried rice, hot pot, noodles and desserts.
The nature of this visit was not under normal conditions. I was invited by Chow Times on behalf of Tangthai for this special tasting session especially for Vancouver food bloggers. I was joined with Sherman’s Food Adventures, My Secret Eden, 604Foodtography and of course Chow Times. Therefore the food was complimentary, however we accepted on the condition that we had the freedom to write and express our true opinions.
This is the first vlog for Follow Me Foodie. My quest for the best poutine on Davie Street started off at La Belle Patate. For the next episode please subscribe to the Follow Me Foodie youtube channel
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