Thank you for coming out & supporting Vancouver’s 1st Annual Foodie Feast & the food bank! We had great restaurants, food, guests, music, volunteers & sponsors. Check out the thank you video, surprise video and where to find more photos here!
A Follow Me Foodie Apology & Vancouver Foodie Feast SURPRISE VIDEO! A BIG apology, an even BIGGER thank you all wrapped up in a SURPRISE Vancouver Foodie Feast video!
From the outside, it doesn’t look impressive. In fact, it almost looks a bit divey, but let me just say that this is a hidden gem and local favourite that incorporates Latin, Spanish and Mexican flavours in a very contemporary and gourmet way. Update post!!!!
It’s the most popular bubble tea franchise in Metro Vancouver. Although it specializes in bubble tea it also offers a good variety of casual Taiwanese snacks and hot food. Some consider it the “McDonald’s of Bubble Tea” I wouldn’t necessarily agree.
The Official Menu for Vancouver’s 1st Annual Foodie Feast. Oh and besides delicious food you can look forward to several prizes throughout the night, live music & did I mention a red carpet? We’re going all out! Please remember to bring donations for The Vancouver Food Bank!
There are definite highlights here and I really burned a hole in the wallet to have to discover the trick to ordering here. It’s actually the simple, basic and traditional items that do best here, so it is a great place for authentic Japanese nigiri & sushi.
One of my favourite restaurants in Metro Vancouver for fine dining. On my first visit it seemed like West Coast flavours made with French technique, but this time the items I tried spoke of Euro Asian and Pacific Northwest cuisine. Here’s what to expect for the Spring 2011 menu!