The search is on for the perfect noodle dish: prizes and fame await! Win 2 round trip tickets to Hong Kong and have your noodle dish featured on their in-flight menus! See here for details! Here is my 5 Spice Maple Roasted Squash & Edamame with Warm Soba Noodles in Miso-Sesame Soy Sauce recipe.
So if I can’t pack you in my suitcase, then I’ll bring the food to you! I’m giving away a suitcase of Blue Dragon sauces! The line is catered to those who want a convenient and quick approach to achieve the flavours of the East. I’ve also included an Easy Thai Beef Red Curry recipe. Enter to win now!
It’s the last day to dine out during CRAVE in Burnaby Heights. Participating restaurants are offering $15, $20, and $25 3 course set menus. Anyway, if you happen to miss the event then here are my highlights from the two restaurants I tried during CRAVE.
It’s a small restaurant that blends in on the strip and it didn’t look like anything special, but it is Thai owned and operated. The food was surprisingly very good and it was made with Thai ingredients and served more or less authentically. It was a pleasant surprise in Burnaby Heights!
I like Jazz Apples, Jazz music and heck even Jazz hands, but what about Asian Jazz? Hmmm, I don’t know how jazzed up I am about this one. Chinese food in Surrey? And it’s next to Source Adult. All signs were pointing to no, but I did it anyways.
I think I’m going to get a lot of hate for this because I know it’s a neighbourhood favourite and beloved Thai restaurant, but the quality of the dishes I tried were just not up to par and very average at the most.
Being in Vancouver, we’re spoiled by great Asian/Asian Fusion cuisine, so I decided to make it a separate category. Vancouver dominates and excels when it comes to Asian/Asian fusion cuisine. Here are the 20 Best of 2011!