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M8 – Chinese-Italian Hybrid Dining on Vancouver's Seawall

"Mate". This word is often defined as slang for "friend", commonly used in Australia and Great Britain. Evidently, it is also the name of M8. Featuring a mix of Chinese and Italian hybrid dining, this menu is like few others in Vancouver and it's recently revamped its dinner menu. »

Dachi – A "One of Everything" Kind of Dinner in Vancouver [REVIEW]

Some restaurants have a few core food staples with which they'll make various takes on. At Dachi, the choices on the menu touch a variety of palates and are meant to be served en masse. At the last food blogger gathering I attended, we made Dachi our destination and ordered basically everything. »

Shopping for Premium Olive Oil in and around Vancouver [GUIDE]

Food products are some of my favourites to give as gifts. When I was thinking of gifts for my sister, I came upon the idea of infused olive oil. These oils are premium olive oils flavoured with a whole variety of herbs, fruits, and other naturally occurring flavours that make »

Best Almond Croissants in Vancouver [GUIDE]

Almond croissants have long been my go-to at cafes and bakeries. This hyper-local list is no casual walkthrough of the prettiest photos on Instagram. I actually paid for, ate, and ranked every almond croissant that appears, taking notes for each one. »

Masayoshi – Once Upon a $120 Omakase in Vancouver [REVIEW]

Anyone familiar with Tojo's in Vancouver knows that Chef Masayoshi Saba left to form his own restaurant, Masayoshi, in the Fraserhood. As I'm sitting in my hotel room in Tokyo, I can't help but reflect on this dining experience that I paid $120 for back in December 2018. »

Moltaqa – Moroccan Dinner in Vancouver [OVERVIEW]

I don't know about you but I'm a big fan of Moroccan cuisine. I can imagine a vacation where the Mediterranean winds howl through the souks (marketplaces) of Marrakesh and I'm just trying to find a place where I won't get ripped off on the couscous. Thankfully in Vancouver... »