I recently had the pleasure of visiting Blue Water Cafe for a special occasion. If you ask locals about good seafood restaurants, Blue Water Cafe inevitably comes up. As with most eateries in Yaletown, you have the choice dining outdoors on the patio or inside the restaurant.
As it was [...]
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 think it was quite recently that Vancouver started going back to the more basic indulgences. And what’s the most classic one of all? Donuts! We all remember growing up watching Homer Simpson devour them like they were the best thing since sliced bread.
We had just finished the Grouse Grind, and to treat ourselves [...]
Food carts are so popular these days but given that I work in Burnaby Monday to Friday, I am hardly ever able to venture Downtown Vancouver to try these talked about treats. Luckily, I was starting later one morning so I decided to grab lunch in Downtown before heading to work!
We walked from the [...]
Just before I was due to travel for two months in Eastern Asia, I decided to get one final sushi fix. I had heard really great things about this sushi restaurant in Steveston, so I made my way there on my last night in Vancouver.
Note: if you ever go, remember to make reservations! When [...]
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 [...]
It’s been a long time since we wanted to try this place out, months and months. Rather delighted by Le Pichet in Seattle, French cuisine has been more on my radar. Often reserved a week or two in advance, it’s difficult to get a table and if you’re planning to [...]
Shima-Ya (or SHIMA-YA as per their menu and sign), is really a classic sushi restaurant in the Vancouver area of Victoria and 41st. I’m a huge sushi fan and a fan of this place in general. I’m particularly picky about my sushi and really stand for quality over quantity. I’m not a All-You-Can-Eat type person [...]
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