We’ve been to Anton’s Pasta Bar on a number of occasions in the past but, unlike our first visit, we refuse to wait in the long lineup that always seems to snake in front of this restaurant.
Take Sushi is a small sushi joint located in Burnaby that is popular with the locals. Read the rest of this entry
Pear Tree Restaurant is one of the higher-end restaurants located along the Hastings corridor in North Burnaby. I remember trying to visit this place once but was turned away because we didn’t have reservations and they were fully booked. Read the rest of this entry
When everything else is closed, coming across the following three words is like winning the lotto: “Open 24 Hours”.
When I first saw the name of this restaurant, I wondered… is it Thai? or is it Vietnamese? Well, to answer the question, it is Vietnamese… Saigon, of course, referring to the former name of Ho Chi Minh City.
Kilala Sushi Bar is a bit of a hidden restaurant in North Burnaby because their name “Kilala” isn’t prominent on the large sign outside the restaurant. Instead, their sign has “Sushi Take Out/Eat In” in large print with “Sushi Bar Kilala” in much smaller print below. Read the rest of this entry
Ever since Glenburn Soda opened up in Burnaby Heights, I’ve been wanting to try them out… Of course, leave it for us to go for a sundae in November when it’s freezing at night. Read the rest of this entry
Thai Cafe is another one of those small little restaurants located in Burnaby Heights. We came by for lunch one weekday with some mixed results.
As a Canadian, I know this might sound sacrilegous, but I’m not a real fan of Tim Hortons. Don’t get me wrong, I don’t mind the donut holes… especially if you can find a Tim Hortons outlet that gets the special varieties. But I’m not a coffee drinker and their food has always been underwhelming to me.