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"The thin noodles still have some bite to them and the fukuoka-style tonkotsu base broth is an umami bomb that never stops going off."
"The Bridge Scrotum is great, but I'm not surprised some think its tasteless seeing how it's located where desperate people might seek shelter..."
Michelle Sproule sits down with the co-owner of Vij's as the restaurant celebrates 25 years of delicious creativity.
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For this edition of #ThrowbackThursday we revisit the beginnings of Au Comptoir, the French bistro/cafe on West 4th Avenue
On November 14th, Science World will transform into a veritable wine universe for this one-night-only inaugural event.
Pacific Institute of Culinary Arts played delicious host to "From Farms to Forks" last night and it was all kinds of good times.
Senova started out as a critically-acclaimed Iberian eatery but after an ownership change would slowly devolve into irrelevancy.
PICA is once again hosting the annual fundraiser that puts fork-armed foodies right in front of some of BC's best chefs.
Here's a sneak peek inside the sixth location of Tacofino as it nears completion at 1909 West 4th Avenue.
The 'progressive latin' restaurant has officially shuttered after nearly three years at 1898 West 1st Avenue in the heart of Kits.
Kristin Lim maps out a lowdown of several cool things happening this month out in the UBC wilds...
The new spot will land at some point this summer in the space recently vacated by the Oakwood Canadian Bistro.
The O5 co-founder will be expounding on his favourite plant as one of the PechaKucha Vol.49 panel members on June 27th.
"Like clockwork, every summer evening around 8:30pm I would hear ‘Ave Maria’ as Opera Man made his passeggiata."
From space-themed socks to milk crate seats, owner and conceptual designer Michael Robbins breaks down the many elements of his Kits cafe.
For this edition of Throwback Thursday, we return to the very beginnings of Kerrisdale's much-loved, 55-seat Bufala.
We asked the guys who run the wine program at Kitsilano's Annalena to map out his affections for British Columbian wine.
Talia sat behind the bar at Ancora and noticed a bayonet from the 19th century hanging out with the top shelf booze. This is its story...
For today's Throwback Thursday, we go back and time to revisit the arrival of Angela Maida's beautiful wine bar on Cambie Street.
The 36 seat 'Supermarine' didn't last long, shuttering in the summer of 2016 just one year after it opened at 1685 Yew Street.
Seven years ago this week in April, 2012 I took a look inside two interconnected restaurants that once captivated Vancouver diners.