Small town girl exploring big city food. From cooking from scratch and using local, seasonal ingredients when possible to dining at some of the most lauded restaurants. These are my food adventures.
I've been dying to eat at Le Crocodile ever since I learned this restaurant has been responsible for being the culinary playground for so many of Vancouver's finest chefs.
We went on the Dine out Vancouver Craft Distillery tour with Off the Eaten Track Culinary Walking Tours. This is the first post of three detailing our visit, beginning at Odd Society
In effortlessly cool Shoreditch lies two Nude Espressos, across the street from each other.
Richmond is the playground of the chinese food enthusiast but when it comes to the West Richmond area it can be barren.
We splurged on peking duck and it did not disappoint. The crispy duck is sliced thinly and served with scallion, pancakes, and bean sauce.
Traif is a yiddish word for food that doesn't conform with the Jewish dietary laws of kashrut so as expected there was a lot of pork.