I don’t think it’s possible to visit Portland, Oregon and skip out on going out for brunch. In fact, if your stomach can take it, you’d be tempted to eat way more than your average three meals a day: breakfast, brunch, lunch, linner, dinner, and dessert anyone? This took us to Tasty n Sons in […]
Recently I was able to pass through the city of Little Rock, Arkansas. In the River Market Area of Little Rock, you’ll find a little self-serve restaurant where the locals frequent: Flying Fish. My friend and I found this place in searching for “The Best Catfish in Town”. And during our wait in the short […]
It’s funny that Wynnie just made a post about doughnuts back in Vancouver! Actually, we at Cameras and Cuisines have had many doughnut adventures. This includes my favourite doughnuts in the WORLD at Lola’s [Seattle, WA], Brian’s visit to Cafe Du Monde [New Orleans, Louisiana], and Wynnie’s […]
I was told that the one thing I must do when arriving in Melbourne is to visit this little bratwurst shop at the Queen Victoria Market. In fact, I was even given a $5 Australian bill as a parting gift from Vancouver for purchasing one. Unfortunately, $5 doesn’t cover the costs of the bratwursts […]
Hello world! Come have a bowl of pho with me. Not just any bowl of pho, but one from Pho Chu The in Melbourne, Australia: possibly one of the most hipster pho restaurants you’ll ever step into. This place is overflowing in cool, with a young waitstaff well uniformed in cute “What the Pho?” […]
You can’t talk about sushi in Seattle without mentioning Maneki. Being a sushi establishment that’s been around for over 106 years, Maneki has a deep history and even was recognized by the James Beard Foundation. The foundation honours restaurants with recognition and is often called ‘the Oscar of Food awards’. Maneki’s long, rich, history and […]
New Orleans is ‘wild’ city, known for its crazy festivals, Mardi Gras, great seafood and nightlife. It is here that you can find Café Du Monde, a classic coffee shop that is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, except for its only closure on Christmas Day. This place has been open since 1862. […]
From my previous post about Hot Doug’s, you might guess that I’m quite a fan of Anthony Bourdain’s TV show “No Reservations”. I don’t know exactly what it is, but basically everytime he showcases a restaurant, it looks really good and I just want to go experience it for myself.
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A lazy week on the island in Tofino finds us cooking most of our meals indoors but we must make sure we still check out some of the local cuisines!
Tofino is known for being close to the ocean and with that, seafood is always a must! We find ourselves at Tacofino Cantina, a food […]
While C&C is based in Vancouver, British Columbia in Canada, that doesn’t mean that one can’t venture out to explore great food in other places. Check out where we’ve been on our [Map]! I’d heard about the restaurant from a few, as being one of the best restaurants in all of Alabama. It’s […]
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