We started our Dine Out 2014 experience at the Five Sails Restaurant located in the Pan Pacific of Vancouver. We had a late reservation, so by the time 8:30 came around, the group of us were ready to eat! We were greeted at the door by the owner and some of their staff who were … Continue reading Five Sails
Po Tai O (布袋奧) is a small fishing village located at the Clear Water Bay Peninsula in Sai Kung of the New Territories in Hong Kong (What a mouthful!) It is a humble little village that houses a small number (2) of restaurants which specializes in serving fresh seafood. It’s more so a little “locals … Continue reading Travels: Po Tai O, Sai Kung, New Territories, Hong Kong
One morning I made my way down to Swiss Bakery in Vancouver after hearing about their creation in the midst of a Cronut Craze. They named it the Frissant and built a pastry that was donut-shaped but croissant-textured like its well known sister, the Cronut. It was the closest thing to the real thing, and … Continue reading Swiss Bakery: The Frissant a.k.a. The Cronut
L’Abattoir is a restaurant located in the heart of Gastown. Situated between Gaoler’s Mews and Blood Alley, the place is a wonderful additional to the city’s historic realms. It adds a touch of modernity to the area while paying homage to the neighbourhood’s colourful past. The restaurant is set in a refurbished brick and beam … Continue reading L’Abattoir
According to Wikipedia, Mount Pleasant is a neighbourhood that stretches from Cambie Street to Clark Drive and from Great Northern Way and 2nd, to 16th and Kingsway. It’s always been a favourite neighbourhood of mine because there’s always something happening, and because there is always something new to see no matter how many times you’ve … Continue reading In Your Neighbourhood: Main Street and 26th.