From the monthly archives:

March 2009

Vernazza, Cinque Terre: Flli.Basso

by gigi on March 29, 2009

Remember the delicious pizzeria/focacceria that Jenkins and I visited in Vernazza that I couldn’t remember the name of? Well, you are in luck because Jenkins and I went back a few days later for some take-out pizza and I remembered to take a picture of the restaurant this time around. We had been eating at […]

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Vernazza, Cinque Terre: Trattoria Gianni

by gigi on March 24, 2009

For our first dinner in Cinque Terre, Jenkins and I decided to eat by Vernazza’s small harbour so we could enjoy the sea breeze and view. There are a few options by the harbour and we chose to eat at Trattoria Gianni, which was owned by the same family that rented our room to us. […]

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Review: MARKET by Jean-Georges

by pick on March 22, 2009

The following review is brought to you today by Pick, who was nice enough to review his recent visit to MARKET. This is on my list of places to try so I will probably write my own review in the near future but until that comes, keep on reading to see how Pick’s experience was. […]

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Review: Rekados Filipino Cuisine

by gigi on March 16, 2009

Jenkins and I received a gift certificate to Rekados a while back so we decided to go there for dinner one Friday night. Rekados is a Filipino restaurant located on Main and King Edward in Vancouver and always looked to be quite interesting and having a gift certificate was just the motivation for us to […]

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Review: Dim Sum at Empire Chinese Cuisine

by gigi on March 11, 2009

We had a large family get-together one morning and congregated at Empire Chinese Cuisine on Alexandria Road in Richmond for some dim sum. Even though we arrived at the restaurant at 10:30 in the morning, it was already packed with people. There were about about 13 of us and whenever my family goes for dim […]

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Review: Late Lunch at The Boss

by gigi on March 9, 2009

Jenkins and I were doing some grocery shopping in Chinatown one day and stopped at The Boss for a late lunch. The Boss is a Hong Kong-style restaurant but also has a bakery in front. Although I believe this Chinatown location is the original one, there is also another located in Metrotown. We had decided […]

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