While I was visiting my sister in Vancouver, I requested quite a few demanding tasks. “Bring me to good Asian restaurants!!!” And of course, Korean food was part of the Asian restaurants I was referring to.
So my poor sister, with much pressure, brought to her most beloved Korean restaurant around the area, Hanok.
Last visit at Kinka Izakaya was impromptu. More precisely, I went there on a Valentine’s day, which was fully packed and I was lucky enough to be squeezed in under agreed conditions that I would leave an hour after. Evidently, I was rushed and simply ordered a few things.
Unlike last time, my recent visit was a nice 2-3 hours where I lost count of the constant cheer of “ARE YOU READY? YES!!! WHEN I SAY SAKE YOU SAY BOMB!!!” The scene was lively even on a Wednesday.
I was so spoiled by my recent Vancouvert trip where I had over the top Japanese food that I was afraid that Kinka may not measure up even knowingly Kinka roots are from Toronto. My worries quickly dissapated…
Quality pho is not hard to come by in Montreal. But someone dared to say that Vancouver serves better pho! So when I visited Vancouver, this someone,who happened to be my brother-in-law, brought me to Bao Chau, the place beating Montreal’s pho. Let me how could this be… Continue Reading…
Communion situated in Old Port was on my to-go-to list for a while, but the occasion never came up until a recent invitation to taste their brunch menu.
With a DJ playing soft electro music on the terrace under the sun while enjoying my brunch, I couldn’t ask for more on a Sunday. It was the perfect way to spend my last day of the week.