Monthly Archives: January 2015

Edible Canada

Always looking for that gem of a Dine Out menu that stood out from the rest of the other Pacific Northwest clones, Edible Canada’s use of beef tongues and bone marrow in their menu naturally caught this foodie’s eye. Note: … Continue reading


I have not been to Chambar since its renovation-relocation, and its appearance on this year’s Dine Out Vancouver 2014 festival was the perfect excuse for me to return to this Vancouver institution to try out its new menu.


Every year during Dine Out season, I automatically ignored the uninspired $18/$28 menus that often didn’t offer any value. That trend was about to change after a visit to Chicha, a Peruvian inspired tapas bar near Main and Broadway. These … Continue reading

The Fish House in Stanley Park

Here we go again, another year, another Dine Out Vancouver Festival. I always wanted to try a “nice”, $38 menu restaurant that had always been around but never got around to try. The picturesque Fish House in Stanley Park was … Continue reading

Meat & Bread

Every Christmas for only two days, Meat & Bread will make a turducken sandwich as a special on their menu as a replacement for their signature Porchetta. I waited in line for 30 minutes last year to get one of … Continue reading

Blacktail Florist

Gastown is fast becoming a mecca for casual and interesting restaurants. Add another one to the list, one that was helmed by a Top Chef alumnus: Blacktail Florist. Note: This post contains mostly pictures.

LA Chicken

I’m not sure why it took me this long to visit this popular fried chicken joint. But as I suspected, it was, obviously, better than your everyday KFC or Church’s Chicken.

Posted in American, Reviews, Richmond

Gyoza Bar

FinestDish explored one of the newest, most anticipated, and yet, the most misunderstood restaurant in Vancouver.