To conclude our morning at Tsukiji Fish Market’s tuna auction, we dodges past vendors that sped on trolleys loaded with boxes and bee-lined towards the restaurant section of the market.
Packed within a small block lines rows of small, traditional Japanese restaurants. They sure take advantage of their location. The only way the fish and seafood could get any fresher than being next to Tsukiji is if they were on a boat.Read More
In the Best Restaurant Meals series, I curate my most noteworthy nosh from the past week(s) with mobile photos.
After spending 2 months in Austin Texas, I was jonesing for proper Asian food so you will see a theme here. It was nice to be home, despite the gloomy and frigid weather. Good thing the food hit the spot and warmed me right up. Here are some of my most memorable meals.Read More
Recently, a viral video of Gordon Ramsay eating shark fin soup for the first time in Taiwan circulated around the internet. The gist of it is he tries the infamous soup and proceeds to investigate the horrific shark fin industry. You may have watched the heartwrenching Sharkwater documentary.Read More
A memorable meal on the School of Fish Foundation’s Floating Dining Room puts a lens on dire state of our oceans while offering a once-in-a-lifetime dining experience.Read More
School of Fish Foundation’s Floating Dining Room launched into False Creek on Tuesday, Aug 20th.
You read right, a FLOATING dining room!Read More
This salad recipe was inspired by the gorgeous pre-summer ingredients found inside Granville Island Public Market.Read More