Category Archives: Fairview

Farmer’s Apprentice

The results are in! Farmer’s Apprentice not only won the Best Casual 2014, but Restaurant of the Year. Describing it as a “game changer” by a judge from the same panel, I am expecting a lot from this restaurant that … Continue reading


How to celebrate a birthday, style? How about an award winning restaurant with excellent service, reputable chef, multicourse dinner, and dining at the chef’s table with a full view of the kitchen?

Q Go Ramen (Updated April 6, 2012)

Sushi, Izakaya, Ramen. These are the three types of restaurants that made up the triad of Japanese cuisines that are available around where I am working. While most of the town’s best ramen shops are concentrated around the downtown area, … Continue reading

Bistro 101 at the Pacific Institute of Culinary Arts

Dineout is upon us, and these two weeks will be a great excuse to try some new tastes and flavors being offered in the city. Though most of the restaurants only offers a dinner menu, some of them offers a … Continue reading


One of the greatest challenge that I have while working at my place of employment is deciding where we can go for lunch. (Not an answer that I would give in a job interview). The Kitsilano/Fairview boundary is a mecca … Continue reading

Posted in Fairview, Indian, Reviews, Vancouver | Tagged


It’s quite welcoming to see an izakaya that’s open for lunch and just a few blocks from where I work. Though there are quite a few in Vancouver, they’re either buried in downtown (thanks to Mayor Moonbeam for inflated parking … Continue reading


For obvious reasons, I can’t discuss too many details about work. To make the long story short, I won a bet with a coworker and he decided to treat me to lunch. Now I respect people like that for displaying … Continue reading