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As a lifelong addict of roast pork, I have never walked by a HK BBQ joint without mentally placing it on my ‘places I must try’ list. With the countless times that I’ve visited Crystal Mall and walked by Top … Continue reading
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I haven’t been keeping up with my plan of getting more intimate with local food trucks – which is rather regrettable considering that they are fast becoming a major part of the local food scene. I fear that if I … Continue reading
Tagged butter chicken, curry, food truck, halibut cheeks, Indian, katsu curry, naan, poutine, railway express, schnitzel, Vij's
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If nothing else, the fact that Sushi Oyama is located in an older and larger house makes it stick out prominently among the rows upon rows of generic and unremarkable strip malls and ground floor storefronts on Kingsway in metrotown. … Continue reading
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Great tasting food is the primary reason that influences my decision on whether or not to revisit a restaurant. I am willing to overlook A LOT of other unpleasant factors about a restaurant if it serves me delicious food. On … Continue reading
Tagged banchan, bulgogi, chicken skewers, downtown, kimchi, korean, pork belly, robson, seafood pancake, spicy pork, spicy soup, udon, west end
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I’ve been so busy focusing on trying Argentinean and Australian wines for the past few years that I’ve totally neglected those from traditional powerhouse wine-producing countries such as Italy. In fact, I think it has been at least six months … Continue reading
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I found out about One Saigon while waiting for a table at ShiZen Ya next door. I noticed that the tiny Vietnamese place had the “must-try” trifecta: all of its tables were occupied, a sizable lineup of diners were waiting to … Continue reading
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Ding Wang has been one of the hottest (in terms of popularity) hot pot restaurants in Taiwan for the past few years. The restaurant originated in Taichung, became extremely popular, and subsequently expanded to the culinary big leagues of Taipei. … Continue reading
Tagged beef, beef balls, fish balls, fish paste, hot pot, ice tea, konjac, mala, numbing, sour, spicy, Taipei, Taiwan, tofu