Pho T&T - Adventurer's Choice Noodle Soup
Pho T&T - Adventurer's Choice Noodle Soup

Pho T&T, Port Coquitlam

On a nice rainy day, after a long day of work, nothing makes me feel better than to stop off at my neighborhood Vietnamese restaurant for a piping hot bowl of pho noodle soup and some lemongrass chicken. A convenient walk from the West Coast train station in Port Coquitlam, Pho T&T is my favorite pho … Continue reading


#Rudisglutenfree event at Las Margaritas

The other day I had the pleasure of attending an event where we talked about how more than 300,000 Canadians are thought to have Celiac Disease and that over 73,000 are children! Though I don’t follow a gluten-free diet – mainly because most products that label themselves “gluten-free” are filled with crap – I think … Continue reading


Rocky Point Ice Cream

After an evening 10 km run, Ryan and I decided to walk to Rock Point Park to get some ice cream from our favourite local ice cream shop, Rocky Point Ice Cream. With the mess of construction of the Ever Green line (right next to the shop) and a cool winter, this has been my … Continue reading

Waffle Window - The Farm Fusion with Bacon

Waffle Window – Portland

On our visit in Portland, we wanted to grab a quick breakfast and came upon The Waffle Window on our adventures on SE Hawthorne Blvd. It’s a shop that sells Liege-style waffles through a window of the Bread and Ink Cafe. They have setup a large tent to eat out of, however as it was pouring rain outside, they … Continue reading


Friday Local Spotlight: Sincerely Pasta

  Meet Maria and Andres –  the brains and brawn behind Sincerely Pasta. This husband and wife team believe in connecting themselves, their surroundings and their neighbours through food. They also believe that food should be nourishing and good for you – as well as tasty. One important part of their journey has been experimenting … Continue reading


Wine Review: Big House White

This is the type of wine you don’t mind doing time for! This wine from California is aromatic and sweet, and made with Malvasia Bianca, Muscat Canelli, Viognier, Grüner Veltliner, Pinot Gris, and White Riesling grapes. Quite the mix. What stood out for me the most is the bouquet – it has floral notes and hints of citrus … Continue reading


Cotto Enoteca Pizzeria

Cotto Enoteca Pizzeria is a hidden gem in North Burnaby. It is a modern Italian restaurant, focusing on authentic VPN certified Neapolitan pizza and updated Italian cuisine. Plus it has a pretty decent heated patio (though is a bit noisy with all the traffic, they do a good job shielding it with trees and etc.) … Continue reading


Pok Pok – Portland

Chef Andy Rickard traveled throughout Thailand to bring Americans the flavors of Thai cuisine by opening up Pok Pok in Portland. My hubby and I came to dine at the acclaimed restaurant in high hopes to trying their famous chicken wings! Part of the Pok Pok reviews also included crazy wait times (one of my friends waited over … Continue reading

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Screen Door – Portland

Last weekend my hubby and I spent a couple days in Portland, Oregon. We were super excited to head down for some R&R, in particular for some foodie good times! After doing some research online and reading other foodie blogs, I had a long list of restaurants and food carts I wanted to visit and try out in … Continue reading

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Whiffies Fried Pies – Portland

While on our trip to Portland last weekend, my hubby and I went on a mission to discover some unique food carts. In a city where there’s hundreds of food carts on the streets, we didn’t want the average Mexican or Gyro food cart. We wanted something different that we haven’t found in Vancouver or … Continue reading


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