Arkensen and Nanzaro went for an ice hockey game in December.
They had dinner in downtown before the game. They went to Pokerrito because they love raw fish.
They went for the build your own poke bowls. You pick your protein, mix-ins, sides, toppings and sauces.
I only had Nanzaro’s meal details as Arkensen does not care to take the photo of his food. Nanzaro opted for the poke bowl with salmon and Ahi tuna. He selected citrus ponzu for his sauce. Continue reading
Nanzaro went to downtown for lunch again.
He had lunch at the Pacific Centre food court.
He picked Chachi’s for lunch. The packaging looks good and environment friendly.
He had a Pulled Pork with Mac & Cheese Sandwich. The bun was tender and the sweet chili BBQ sauce goes well with the creamy mac & cheese.
He also added a side of Jalapeno chips which has a little kick in it.
His meal came to CAD13.65 including tax. Credit card is accepted here.
Nanzaro was in Vancouver to run some errands. He stopped for lunch at a diner.
Smile Diner is located at West Pender St., Vancouver.
He lunch started off with a complementary Vegetable Soup since the day is getting colder. Continue reading
This is another of Nanzaro’s eating adventure.
He was in downtown and he went for a quick bite at Donair Stop. He loves middle eastern food.
He got a lamb platter for CAD13 including tax and tips. He commented that the tabbouleh was too minty. He prefers Baghdad Cafe over Donair Stop.
Credit card is accepted here.
Sometimes, Nanzaro will go for his run along the seawall in Vancouver. After his run, he will go for a healthy brunch.
One of Nanzaro’s healthy brunch destination is SMAK Fast Food.
SMAK serves gluten free food. Their menu include organic scrambled eggs, gluten free toast, salad (as seen in fridge in the photo above), wraps, etc.
On the first occasion, Nanzaro had a Sausage Breakfast Sandwich @ $6.45 with addition of Spicy Avo Mash for an extra $1.35. Continue reading
Nanzaro was in downtown to run an errand. He decided to have an early dinner after that.
He went to this place called Kim House Japanese Bistro which serves Japaneses and Vietnamese food.
He had a Scallop Roll from the Japanese menu. Continue reading
Nanzaro went for a run at the Stanley Park seawall on his day off, early in the morning.
After his run, he went for his breakfast at Moonpennies at Coal Harbour.
Moonpennies serves breakfast all day.
Nanzaro had the Two Egg Breakfast for CAD9. He had the sunny side up eggs and multigrain toast, sausage and housemade potatoes. It’s just a typical western breakfast.
He had coffee to go with his breakfast.
The bill came to CAD12.30 including tax and tips.
Credit card is accepted here.
This is from a trip to downtown Vancouver.
Ben and I had a late lunch at Gyoza Bar on West Pender Street.
I guessed it was not busy because it had passed the peak lunch hour.
Ben had the Karage Curry. The deep fried boneless chicken was slightly crispy on the outside. Continue reading
Ben and I went to check out the Ipoh Bean Sprout Chicken on Granville St., Vancouver which we spotted a little while ago when we drove along that street. We love the char koey teow from Ipoh Bean Sprout Chicken in Crystal Mall foodcourt.
Apparently, the official name of this restaurant is Perak Malaysian Cafe.
We were there on a weekday before noon. It got busier later, mostly office workers.
We were excited to see the Hakka Yong Tau Foo on the menu as we don’t recall any other restaurants here that we had been to has yong tau foo, i.e. deep fried vegetables and tofu stuffed with fish paste; other than eggplant stuffed with prawn paste in dim sum restaurants. Continue reading
Ben and I attended the first night of the Honda Celebration of Light on a Saturday. We drove to downtown early to secure a parking spot before some road closures.
We had dinner at Ramen Danbo in Kitsilano before the event.
The restaurant is small and seating is tight. Ben decided to go for the summer special chilled ramen.
It is a colourful dish with a nutty dressing. Ben enjoyed the chilled ramen in a hot summer day. Continue reading