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Review: Pho Thai Hoa (Collingwood)

by gigi on February 22, 2012

I happened to be working out of our Burnaby office one day and was able to meet up with Christina and Mabel for lunch. It happened to be a nice day so we took advantage of the opportunity to stroll over to the new location of Pho Thai Hoa at a little strip mall close […]

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Review: Le Do

by gigi on October 3, 2010

Jenkins and I were driving down Hastings Street on a mission one afternoon. After having been on my list of places to check out, I was determined to finally pay a visit to Le Do for some Vietnamese food. After hearing about it from quite a few people, I really wanted to give it a […]

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Review: Viet Sub

by gigi on March 2, 2010

There are several places that are my go-to lunch or dinner places whenever I’m looking for a stand by or am in a rush and since I go to them so often, it doesn’t even occur to me to blog about it. One such place is Viet Sub, which opened last summer on Robson Street […]

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Review: Phnom Penh

by gigi on February 11, 2010

Phnom Penh has been on my list of places to check out for the longest time but I never went due to my aversion to waiting in lines. Every time I walk by Phnom Penh, even if it’s at 2 in the afternoon, there is a crowd of people waiting outside! Finally, I decided to […]

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Review: Joyeaux Cafe & Restaurant

by gigi on February 8, 2010

I needed to buy lunch one weekday and luckily for me, both Craig and Edith were in the same boat. Since it was a cold and rainy day, we decided to go for pho and Edith mentioned that she found a pretty good place downtown called Joyeux Cafe and we wouldn’t have to walk very […]

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Review: Sugarcane Vietnamese Cafe

by gigi on July 13, 2009

Andrea and I met up one day after work for dinner. She suggested going to Sugarcane Cafe in Kerrisdale because it was kind of in the middle for the both of us from where we were coming from. It opened fairly recently and Andrea told me it had quickly become a favourite of her family’s. […]

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