Duffin's Donut on E 41st Ave, Vancouver

Ben and I went to Duffin’s donuts for a light lunch after church service on a Sunday.

Duffin’s donut is a Vancouver iconic restaurant serving donuts, sandwich and fritou chicken. The Chinese food section had closed though.

We did not have the fritou chicken this time as we just wanted something light.

There is a lot of options for sandwich. Customer orders and pays at the counter and wait for their number to be called to collect the food. (more…)

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Buns Master on No.6 Road, Richmond

Ben and I went to the Buns Master Bakery & Delicatessen on No. 6 Road on a Saturday morning to get something for breakfast.

The lady who serves us told us that this bakery has almost 40 years of history. This location serves the surrounding industrial area. It is very busy during week day.
 

This is the groceries area where you can get bread, muffins, sweet treats, bagel, etc.

Here is the deli section where you can select the ingredients for your sandwich. (more…)

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Steveston Bakery, Richmond

This is a rare occasion where Ben and I went to a bakery cafe. Our initial plan was to have coffee at McDonalds in Steveston Village before our morning walk. We were not aware that the McDonalds there had closed. So, we went to Steveston Bakery.

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We had the small coffee which allows one free refill. It is strange that the large coffee does not have the free refill.

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Ben had the Pizza Bagel with Ham while I had an Almond Croissant. Ben likes savory food even for breakfast except for “kaya toast” that he enjoys at home.

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Credit card is accepted here. (more…)

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Steveston Bakery, Richmond

It’s been a while since Polly and I met up for breakfast. She managed to find some time on a Friday morning to meet up with before she goes to work.

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We had breakfast at Steveston Bakery. We like the small coffee shops and stores in the Steveston Village. Polly ordered the breakfast special burito as she was really hungry this morning. It was freshly made with scrambled egg, cheese and some crispy bacon. A hearty breakfast for $3.95.

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We also shared some sweet treats. Almond Chocolate Croissant is $2.40. This has a creamy almond filings. (more…)

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Living Cafe in Steveston Village

Time flies as summer is almost gone. Kids are back to school and we are back to our routine.

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Polly and I met for cake meet at this new cafe in Steveston Village, at 12240 Second Avenue.

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At a glance, there seems to be not much of sweet treats; just some muffins and cookies. The server told us that there are more to the menu and showed us a printed menu.

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You can click on the photos to have a larger view.

Since Polly and I just wanted something light; we just ordered some muffins and a brownie.

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The first muffin is a Lemon Blueberry Muffin. The muffin is $3.50 each. This was alright; moist. (more…)

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Pane e Fromaggio on 10th Ave W, Vancouver

Polly and I had cake meet at Pane e Fromaggio for another lady’s day out.

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I had a hard time trying to recover the photos taken since 31st May as my notebook’s hard disk is dying. I had been painstakingly and patiently copying out my pictures from my dying notebook. I’m currently using a notebook on loan, so there will be no photoshopping for the pictures, i.e. I cannot place the chowtimes logo on my photos.

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Pane e Fromaggio is a nice little cafe, not many seats though.

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There is a good selection of sandwiches, cakes and desserts.

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Here is a glance of what we had. (more…)

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