As we near the end of 2018, I would like to see how I am doing in terms of working my way through this year's Canada's 100 Best Restaurants list. I've been to several of these restaurants over the years, so I thought it would be interesting to see how I was doing at this point… Continue reading Bowsing my way through Canada’s Top 100 Restaurants 2018: My Food Diary
Update: This restaurant has permanently closed. Featured image: Hot Chicken and Waffles @ The Pomeroy House. I am proud to say that Ottawa has quite the impressive brunch scene. We're always on the lookout for new brunch places. At the same time, one thing I hate having to do on a Saturday or Sunday morning… Continue reading The Pomeroy House: The Best Chicken & Waffles in Town!
Featured Image: Preserved egg and sliced pork congee, Singaporean fried vermicelli and Chinese bread sticks. Having moved from Vancouver to Ottawa, I really miss having quick access to good Chinese food throughout the city. Sometimes I just have cravings for a really good bowl of congee (Chinese rice porridge) or some good old stir-fried noodles.… Continue reading Cafe Orient: The most authentic Chinese food in Ottawa
Featured image: Sho Ka Do Bento @ Raisu. Those who know me would know that I have certain food cravings every time I return to Vancouver. The food scene in Ottawa is not bad if you know where to go, but the selection is definitely not as impressive as that in Vancouver, especially when it comes… Continue reading Top 7 must eats in Vancouver, Canada – 2017 edition
Featured Image: Chicken Caesar Sandwich with House Salad @ Art-Is-In Bakery This one of a kind gastro-bakery should not be missed when you’re visiting Ottawa. Location/Ambience It started as a simple bakery in a pretty hidden strip of warehouses in Centertown West and has since exploded to become one of the most popular brunch/lunch spots.… Continue reading Art-Is-In Bakery: The best sandwiches in town and MORE
Vancouver is home and will always be home. One of things I miss most about Vancouver (aside from my family and friends, of course) is the sushi. I definitely took this for granted while I was there; hence, every time I return I will always have at least one meal of sushi (if not ten).… Continue reading Vancouver, I miss you