From the monthly archives:

December 2010

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 […]


Review: Commune Cafe

by gigi on December 22, 2010

It had been quite a while since I last met up with Mildred and Joyce. Mildred reminded me of this fact and decided it was up to me to figure out where we should meet. I walk past Commune Cafe on an almost daily basis when I work downtown so we decided to meet there […]


Review: Toratatsu

by gigi on December 16, 2010

Ever since I found out that Toratatsu was owned by the same people as the now-defunct Shiru Bay Chopstick Cafe, I had wanted to give it a try. However, since it was located on Denman, it was always a bit inconvenient for me to make it out there. Luckily for me, I saw a Groupon […]


A Ho Yummy Christmas in Asia!

by gigi on December 15, 2010

Jenkins and I are off to Asia for Christmas this year. We are super excited about our trip and are looking forward to sharing our eating adventures with you when we come back! I’m also going to be trying my hand at real time blogging using a WordPress iPhone app while I’m in Asia but […]


Review: Northern Dynasty

by gigi on December 9, 2010

A group of my co-workers were trying to figure out where to go for lunch during a team building event. We wanted to have lunch in Richmond and since I haven’t been very on top of the Richmond dining scene, I wasn’t sure where to go. Winnie suggested trying to go for Shanghainese food at […]


Review: The Apron

by pick on December 7, 2010

Another guest post from Pick. Thanks Pick for sharing your experience at The Apron It looks like a pretty interesting place! —————————— I had the pleasure of attending the Apron at the Westin Wall Centre, Vancouver Airport for a small birthday gathering and again for another separate dinner. The chef at the Apron uses molecular […]