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West Coast

Review: Dinner at Provence Marinaside

by gigi on February 17, 2012

Jenkins and I live pretty close to Provence Marinaside and we often go there for a nice brunch when we feeling like jazzing things up. I used to go to Provence for dinner a lot more frequently before I moved into the neighbourhood but for some reason, I never blogged about it even though I […]


Review: Hawksworth

by gigi on November 1, 2011

Jenkins and I went to Hawksworth one evening for a nice dinner out. Before I continue with this post, I have to say that I had been looking forward to checking out Hawksworth ever since I had found out that David Hawksworth had left West and was planning to open a restaurant in the Rosewood […]


Review: Kaboom Box

by gigi on October 14, 2011

I have to say that I’ve been a little late to the whole foot cart scene. It’s not that I’m not interested in trying them out but they’re not always easy to get to even though I work downtown. In addition, actually do try to bring my lunch from home so I don’t eat out […]


Vancouver Foodie Cart Tour

by gigi on July 25, 2011

Jenkins and I were invited on Saturday to preview the latest offering from Vancouver’s Foodie Tour: food carts. I had gone to one of Michelle’s tours last year along Granville Street and quite enjoyed it so I didn’t see why this time would be any different. I thought this would be a great opportunity to […]


I’ve blogged about brunch at Twisted Fork Bistro previously but what I didn’t realise was that I’ve actually only been to Twisted Fork for brunch. I had been wanting to try their Mussel Tuesdays special for quite a while now and it was just a matter of finding the time to go and someone to […]


Review: Earl’s on Kingsway

by gigi on December 29, 2010

As I have said many times before, I am not a huge fan of chain restaurants like Earl’s, Milestones, or Cactus Club. I just find the prices too high to justify the type of food I’m eating. Perhaps I am dating myself but I remember a time when the prices at these places were much […]