From the monthly archives:

April 2010

Review: Coast

by gigi on April 26, 2010

Continuing with the theme of going to lunch at a Glowbal Group restaurant, I ventured out for lunch a while back with Laureen, Alvin, Edith, and Jason. Laureen suggested giving Coast a try since the 30% post-Olympics promotion was still available at that time and there were some dishes that she wanted to try out. […]


Review: Society Dining Lounge

by gigi on April 20, 2010

Back when Society was having a promotion for 30% off meals right after the Olympics, I took the opportunity to give it a try. Society had been on my list of places to check out for quite a while and when I heard about their promotion, I was able to gather a few friends to […]


Review: Khai Thai

by gigi on April 15, 2010

A few of us decided to get out of the office and go for lunch one day. We were on a bit of a time crunch so after some failed attempts to go to some other locations close by our office, we finally settled on Khai Thai just at the corner of Seymour and Robson. […]


Review: Lin’s Chinese Cuisine

by gigi on April 12, 2010

Jenkins and I were in the mood for Taiwanese food one day when I remembered that I had been meaning to try Lin’s Chinese Cuisine for a while. Although it appeared to feature an eclectic mix of Chinese food from several different regions, its claim to fame were its xiao long bao. We arrived on […]


Review: Cafe Barcelona

by gigi on April 8, 2010

Jen and I went to Cafe Barcelona for lunch one day. We were actually wandering down Granville and weren’t sure where to go when we happened by Cafe Barcelona. It looked kind of interesting and I vaguely recalled having heard about it a while back so we decided to check it out. Cafe Barcelona serves […]


Review: Guu Garden

by gigi on April 4, 2010

During the Olympics, Jenkins and I were able to meet up with Mildred and Stuart one evening for dinner. We weren’t really sure where we should go but we knew we wanted to get away from the throngs of people and we also didn’t want to wait in line. Mildred suggested the new Guu Garden […]