FAV’D! – Food Across Vancouver (with) Daniel

EDIT: Clear one a day has proven to be impossible for me… I’ll post them ASAP… :’D

As some of you may know (the people that read my Nutella Cheesecake Cup post), I recently took a trip to Vancouver. During my stay in Vancouver, I stayed at Shiina Mint’s house, who doesn’t have wireless internet, so I couldn’t update the blog as often as I would like to. Also because I was out from early morning to late at night. But fear not! That is why this series will exist!

I shall call it… Food Across Vancouver with Daniel, or FAV’D (because we’re totally ignoring the w)

Every day(No, Daniel. You suck, so every day is not possible), I will have a new entry for a restaurants I’ve ate in Vancouver in chronological order. I will also talked about I’ve been doing in Vancouver up until the restaurant I am reviewing that post.

As I post a new entry about the restaurant, I will update this post with links for the restaurant as this post will act as the master post.

Here is the list of the restaurants that I will be writing about:
1. Ramen Jinya
2. Famoso
3. Tealips
4. Shiro Sushi
5. Gyo-O
6. Italian Kitchen
7. Mink
8. Banana Leaf
9. Thierry
10. Burgoo
11. 生活小館 (Estea)
12. Guu Garden
13. G-Men/Nanchuu Izakaya
14. Leisure
15. 好彩小廚 (Good Choice Restaurant)

I hope you will enjoy this mini-series and continue to follow my adventures in Vancouver!

Until next dine,
Daniel

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Nan Chuu Izakaya – Japanese drinks meet Ramen

Just a place I feel like sharing.

The place is called Nan chuu. It’s a Japanese izakaya, but recently (no idea when actually) G-men (a ramen restaurant owned by the same company) joined them. Since I loved the ramen at G-men and Nan chuu’s food and drinks, this marriage was one I approved of greatly.

Click here for the location and other possibly helpful information.

Having been on an exchange to Japan last year, I got the opportunity to taste authentic Japanese ramen. The year before that, I also worked at a (not-so-authentic or tasty) ramen restaurant. Anyways, my point is, the ramen at Nan chuy/G-men is really good and made me feel like I was still in Japan.

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