From the monthly archives:

June 2007

Review: No. 1 Beef Noodle House

by gigi on June 25, 2007

I went to No. 1 Beef Noodle House in Burnaby the other day for lunch. Located at the corner of Moscrop & Willingdon, it is a small Taiwanese eatery that is extremely busy at lunch due to its location by both BCIT and a high school. Not only do they serve great lunch dishes but […]

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Meandering to Minoa’s

by gigi on June 22, 2007

I went to Minoa’s Restaurant the other day with a couple of co-workers. Minoa is a quaint little Greek restaurant in a house by Kingsway & Smith in Burnaby. The seating arrangement is a bit odd here. You enter through the ground floor of the house where the kitchen also happens to be situated. Patrons […]

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Yakking at Yakko Sushi

by gigi on June 21, 2007

I went to Yakka sushi with a couple of co-workers the other day. I had never been there before, but situated on Kingsway across from Metrotown in Burnaby, it was a short distance from where I work. I was craving sushi and originally wanted to go to Sushi Garden, but Chris assured me that Yakka […]

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Take-out at Ogenki Sushi

by gigi on June 20, 2007

Over the weekend, Jenkins treated his family to a sushi lunch from Ogenki Sushi on Main & 28th. We had eaten there a couple of time before and always had an excellent experience there. The service is prompt and friendly and the food is surprisingly good, despite the somewhat sketchy exterior. Looking over the takeout […]

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Toko a No No

by gigi on June 18, 2007

Jenkins and I were looking for a cheap and quick place to go on Saturday night and settled on Toko Restaurant. Nestled in a quiet neighborhood around 7th and Ontario, I had always driven past this place and had no idea it was a restaurant. We had heard that it had an extensive list of […]

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Cru Bday

by gigi on June 17, 2007

It was my birthday on Friday and Jenkins took me to Cru restaurant on Broadway & Granville. I had been there earlier this year for Dine-Out Vancouver and had a great experience there. Cru is a mid-range French bistroand although the prix fixe menu is a good place to start, there are also a la […]

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