In the 1970’s, Vancouver only had four Japanese restaurants, so Chef Tojo had a big task ahead of him familiarizing the Vancouverites of 40+ years ago with a new and foreign cuisine.
Railtown Cafe will launch the latest stop on its expanding railroad map of counter-service restaurants with the debut of a new 25-seat licensed cafe located at 1691 Main Street in Vancouver’s Olympic Village neighbourhood.
Vancouver award-winning chocolate and pastry brand BETA5 Chocolates has launched a ‘Springtime in Vancouver’ themed Easter collection, inspired by the wave of Spring showers our city has experienced.
Fine dining and dim sum, are two phrases you don’t often see together, and that’s exactly what makes the experience at Mott 32 so unique to the Vancouver restaurant scene.
Located across the street from Metropolis at Metrotown, Mon Paris Patisserie is Burnaby’s newest European-style patisserie and cafe. Driven by quality and visual appeal, patisserie owner and French-trained Pastry Chef Elena Krasnova …