September 23, 2012


Foodography: Major food coma eating in and around Metro Vancouver from 2012.

La Brasserie Street | Food Court, Vancouver, BCTaco Luis | Lansdowne Centre, Richmond, BC

La Brasserie Street: (left) This street food cart’s sandwich is ridiculously filling and meaty. Its crispy fried onion strings and gooey, gravy-filled cuts of rotisserie chicken make for a mammoth lunch. Taco Luis: (right) This food court eatery is always solid for lunch (especially with college kids) with a diverse menu, fresh ingredients, and quality Mexican food. Try the tacos, burritos, or fries deluxe. It’s great value and a quick but tasty meal.

Café Nuba Restaurant | Gastown, Vancouver

Nuba Restaurant: I really enjoyed nutty taste of the cauliflowers that have been browned so beautifully along with the subtle hints of lemon and sea salt. Deep-frying gives the cauliflower a really interesting texture, with the interior still nicely cooked and soft.

Pinkberry Frozen Yogurt | Metropolis at Metrotown, BurnabyTCBY Frozen Yogurt | Cineplex SilverCity Riverport

Pinkberry: (left) This famous yogurt spot has a great selection of flavours and toppings; it can be overwhelming. The fro yo itself is very thick and flavourful with a good consistency and taste. The best part is being able to cram as many flavours and goodies into your cup as possible. TCBY: (right) Still my favourite place to get fro yo and my preferred treat for going to the cinema. Get the twist (chocolate and vanilla swirl).

Tony's Beef Noodle | South Cambie, VancouverTony's Beef Noodle | South Cambie, Vancouver

Tony’s Beef Noodle: Tony’s is easily one of the better spots for Taiwanese beef noodles in Vancouver with good soup and generous portions. Make sure to get the thick noodles (definitely worth it).

What8ver Cafe Bubble Tea | Richmond, BC

The Academic Public House: (left) A well-cooked, delicious piece of steak was complimented by some mighty tasty, ultra crispy fries, making for a good special. All around decent bar food at reasonable prices. What8ver Cafe: (right) This is a nice, casual spot for bubble tea with a great selection, good prices, and flavourful drinks with tons of variety. The cream float is particularly an interesting, tasty, and delightful beverage.

Revolver Coffee | Gastown VancouverMovember Stache Off 2 | The Five Point

Revolver Coffee: (left) It’s a great spot for refuge, offering high quality brewed coffee with special blends everyday and tasty baked treats. Revolver is proving to be a popular caffeinated downtown getaway. The Five Point: (right) This was a messy, delicious, beefy party in my mouth. It’s a cool, neighbourhood bar with above average bar food and eats.

La Brasserie Street (West Georgia & Granville) on Urbanspoon Pinkberry on Urbanspoon TCBY on Urbanspoon Nuba on Urbanspoon Taco Luis (Lansdowne Centre) on Urbanspoon
Tony's Beef Noodle on Urbanspoon The Academic Public House on Urbanspoon What8ver Cafe on Urbanspoon Revolver on Urbanspoon The Five Point on Urbanspoon

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