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Saigon Restaurant in Kelowna

Saigon Restaurant in Kelowna

by Annie Zed @ Canadian Only Restaurant Review

From the outside, Saigon Restaurant on Bernard Avenue in downtown Kelowna seems modest and inconspicuous. However, this small restaurant can surprisingly accommodate many people. It has five beautifully decorated mother-of-pearl artworks gracing the walls with mesmerizing detail that is worth … Continue reading

Top Seafood Markets

by MainMenus @ Restaurant Menu Guide

  Living in a city like Vancouver, so close to one of the world’s most abundant supplies of fresh seafood can often make us forget that not everyone has direct access to a quality fish market. Fortunately, in today’s interconnected world market, people can easily gain access to a wide range of excellent seafood of…

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Easy 3 Ingredient Thai Iced Tea

by Diana Chan @ Foodology

Thai Iced Tea is an absolute treat and my friend finally encouraged me to make this at home instead of spending all my money drinking these at restaurants. There’s many variations of making Thai Iced Tea, but I don’t like buying so many ingredients that might go wasted if I don’t use them all. It’s always […]

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Wildtale Coastal Grill Now Open in Olympic Village

by foodgressing @ Foodgressing

Olympic Village has been a vibrant and up-and-coming area of Vancouver with new businesses opening up shop in the neighbourhood.  The dining scene in Olympic Village is certainly emerging with restaurants like The Flying Pig and Bao Down opening locations there.  New to the area is Wildtale Coastal Grill (165 W 2nd Ave) in which their Yaletown...

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Sylvia’s Restaurant: Queens of Soul Food in Harlem

by Diana Chan @ Foodology

Sylvia’s Restaurant in Harlem is know for their classic Soul food and was recently featured in the Worth It series by BuzzFeed. When I knew I was going to New York, I had to add them to the list. Sylvia’s Restaurant, the “The Queen of Soul Food”, was founded by Sylvia Woods, in 1962. Established in the historic […]

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Help us update our places to eat guide - Kelowna Celiac - CCA

Help us update our places to eat guide - Kelowna Celiac - CCA


Kelowna Celiac - CCA

Hi all: I need your help!   We are updating our places to eat guide.  What should be added , or removed from the list below. Please give me addresses, telephone numbers etc! Hope to hear from you soon! Eat Dessert First Publications Editor of Kelowna Chapter of CCA dougmarieablett@telus.net LAKE COUNTRY The Jammery, PO … Continue reading →

New Celiac Blood Test – While on a GF Diet

by David Fowler @ Kelowna Celiac – CCA

A new blood test in experimental phase can identify Celiacs while they are still following a gluten-free diet. The current blood test relies on detecting an immune response to gluten, but that response gradually fades for people on a gluten-free diet. The “gold standard” test for diagnosing Celiac Disease requires the daily consumption of gluten for … Continue reading

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Four by Brother Luck in Colorado Springs: Review

by Diana Chan @ Foodology

Last Fall, I was visiting Colorado Springs and all the locals were raving about Four by Brother Luck and how he will be in Top Chef. He is no stranger to the culinary scene as he appreared on Beat Bobby Flay and won. Also he and appeared on Chopped. His restaurant – Four by Brother Luck […]

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SS Korean Restaurant in Kelowna

SS Korean Restaurant in Kelowna

by Annie Zed @ Canadian Only Restaurant Review

For two years, I have walked past the SS Korean Restaurant many times. Very close to Okanagan Lake, it’s located at 280 Bernard Avenue. The food pictures plastered on the huge windows always attracted me; yet whenever I peered in, … Continue reading

Van Osch sisters to represent BC at 2018 Scotties

by Editor @ Okanagan Life Magazine

The Van Osch sisters are the top women’s curling team in the province. Kesa, Kalia, and Marika Van Osch along with teammate Amy Gibson will represent BC at the 2018 Scotties in Penticton BC later this month. Skip Kesa Van Osch has been on the big stage before, representing BC at the national women’s championship in […]

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Pho Soc Trang

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Pho Soc Trang Vietnamese Cuisine <br />​1530 Water St.Kelowna, BC 778.478.0541

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Old Spaghetti Factory in Kelowna

Old Spaghetti Factory in Kelowna

by Canadian Only @ Canadian Only Restaurant Review

Reservations for a Restaurant Chain?! Yesterday, Leslie and I finally got in at the Old Spaghetti Factory restaurant in Kelowna. Planning to go on a Saturday, and having heard how it’s been super busy ever since it opened on February … Continue reading

Xinjiang Halal Uyghur Cuisine: Beijiang Restaurant

by foodgressing @ Foodgressing

Alexandra Road, also known as “Food Street,” in Richmond seems to have an endless number of choices for Asian cuisine.  One longstanding restaurant in the area, Beijiang Restaurant, has been open since 2009 and specializes in Halal Xinjiang Ugyhur-style dishes.  Beijiang was formerly located at Venezia Place on Alexandra Road but moved to neighboring block Leslie Road...

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Los Jarros in West Kelowna

Los Jarros in West Kelowna

by Annie Zed @ Canadian Only Restaurant Review

On March 28, 2014, friends Sharon and Merv treated us GeriGeeks, Leslie and Annie to a meal in thanks for some computer tech help. None of us had been to Los Jarros before, but being fans of Mexican food, we … Continue reading

Gluten-free Baby: When Parents Ignore Science

by David Fowler @ Kelowna Celiac – CCA

Key points from Maclean’s January 11, 2017 article By Toronto Celiac Children raised eating only a raw, vegan, non-GMO, unprocessed diet get a rude awakening when they enter school and find a whole new world of food: jello, fruit loops and many other foods have never been seen before. Dietitians agree that diets can be … Continue reading

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Olympians prepare for PyeongChang; chefs prep for battle of the plates in Kelowna

by Editor @ Okanagan Life Magazine

With the PyeongChang 2018 Winter Olympics just one month away, chefs and organizers of the 2018 Canadian Culinary Championships are getting ready for a battle of the plates on February 2 and 3 in Kelowna. “Net proceeds from the Canadian Culinary Championships are provided to the Canadian Olympic Foundation which supports Olympic athletes and high […]

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Weekend in Whistler for Non-Skiers

by Paulina Tsui @ Foodology

Thinking of a quick getaway to Whistler but don’t feel like skiing or snowboarding? Relax, there’s still plenty to enjoy. Crystal Lodge and their restaurants invited us up for a weekend of food and fun and showed me that you can enjoy mountain vibes and race through the forest at high speeds in Whistler without […]

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Yamas Greek Restaurant in Kelowna

Yamas Greek Restaurant in Kelowna

by Canadian Only @ Canadian Only Restaurant Review

When my sister Ella and nephew Csaba arrived in Kelowna last Friday night for a weekend stay, we felt like having Greek food for dinner. Yamas Greek Restaurant (also known as Yamas Taverna) may not be a pretty building from … Continue reading

Little Saigon in Yaletown | Foodgressing

Little Saigon in Yaletown | Foodgressing


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Little Saigon started out as a small family run business with their first restaurant opening in 2006 in Mission. Serving healthy, authentic ,Vietnamese cuisine without MSG or preservatives, Little Saigon quickly gained popularity. A second restaurant then followed four years later in Abbostford and then Vancouver's Yaletown in 2013.

CCA 2017 Holiday Survival Guide

by David Fowler @ Kelowna Celiac – CCA

​Happy Holidays from the Canadian Celiac Association! This holiday season we are pleased to give you our CCA Holiday Survival Guide. Click the link or the image to the right to take you to an online version of the guide. The guide contains tips and recipes from a team of passionate volunteers, who perhaps like … Continue reading

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Mon-Sat 11am-9pm, Holidays 12pm-8pm 1961 Harvey Avenue, Kelowna, BC 250 862 9080

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Best Vietnamese Restaurants in Revelstoke - Justdial CANADA

Best Vietnamese Restaurants in Revelstoke - Justdial CANADA


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Top Vietnamese Restaurants in Revelstoke. Get phone number, address, latest reviews, photos, map, menus of restaurant in Revelstoke, BC Make online restaurant reservations at Justdial CANADA

Beijiang Restaurant: Halal Uyghur Cuisine in Richmond

by Diana Chan @ Foodology

Beijiang Restaurant opened in 2009 as the first Halal restaurant in Vancouver serving Uyghur dishes like Dapanji and Cumin Lamb. They recently moved to Leslie Road in Richmond, which now has their own parking lot. I was invited to check out the restaurant since I haven’t been here before. I don’t normally eat Uyghur dishes […]

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Bon Chon Chicken: Soy Garlic Fried Chicken

by Diana Chan @ Foodology

Bon Chon Chicken is a South Korean-based international fried chicken restaurant chain in New York. Majority of the US locations are in California and New York. We came on Thanksgiving long weekend and they were open. We wanted to come here for a visit as their fried chicken sounds and looks good. Interior This particular […]

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Your guide to dining etiquette & restaurant table manners

by MainMenus @ Restaurant Menu Guide

  While some etiquette trends come and go, table manners and good dining etiquette never goes out of style. And honestly, we live in a time where it doesn’t always take much to stand out from the crowd in terms of politeness and grace. So, it’s a good idea to know some basic dining etiquette…

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Praise Dance Dinner at Mui Garden Restaurant, Richmond

Praise Dance Dinner at Mui Garden Restaurant, Richmond

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I attended a dinner organized by several of the praise dance groups at the Mui Garden Restaurant on Minoru Boulevard, Richmond. The dinner was scheduled at 7:15PM. I got a ride from Maria along with two other members. We arrived five minutes before 7:00PM and the parking lot (including the roof parking) was full. We […]

The Chopped Leaf in Kelowna

The Chopped Leaf in Kelowna

by Annie Zed @ Canadian Only Restaurant Review

During the June long weekend, my friend Sylvea and I ate at a few places in the Okanagan, not the least of which was The Chopped Leaf on Bernard Avenue near the lake in Kelowna’s downtown. We wanted something quick, … Continue reading

Chinese Food & Red Wine

by MainMenus @ Restaurant Menu Guide

Its not often I go out for Chinese and order a bottle of wine. However I figured I should continue my ‘Vino Blog Trend’ and see how this bottle of E&J’s Apothic Red goes with some Chinese Take-out! I’ve enjoyed Apothic before but I’ve never had it with Chinese Food, and it inspired me to write…

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Gasthaus on the Lake in Peachland, BC

Gasthaus on the Lake in Peachland, BC

by Canadian Only @ Canadian Only Restaurant Review

My sister, nephew and I took a scenic drive to Peachland in the Okanagan Valley of British Columbia last Saturday May 5th. We were told that there was a good Chinese restaurant there. We couldn’t find it, and when we asked someone local, … Continue reading

Beijiang Restaurant: Halal Uyghur Cuisine in Richmond

by Diana Chan @ Foodology

Beijiang Restaurant opened in 2009 as the first Halal restaurant in Vancouver serving Uyghur dishes like Dapanji and Cumin Lamb. They recently moved to Leslie Road in Richmond, which now has their own parking lot. I was invited to check out the restaurant since I haven’t been here before. I don’t normally eat Uyghur dishes […]

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Increase your Average Order & Average Tip

by MainMenus @ Restaurant Menu Guide

This entry is for all servers and waiters who are looking to Increase their Average Order, and in turn, Increase Your Average Tip. Just so you know, this was written from the experience and training I received as a server and front of the house manager. This is proven information I put together from all my restaurant…

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CCA Webinar – Meet the Celiac Researcher – November 30

by David Fowler @ Kelowna Celiac – CCA

By CCA National Topic:  Food for Thought: The challenges of eating a nutritious and healthy gluten-free diet Webinar Speaker: Diana Mager PhD RD, is an Associate Professor of Clinical Nutrition at the University of Alberta. When:  Thursday November 30 at 8:30pm EST. Limit of 100 people for the webinar. Description: Join us to learn more about some … Continue reading

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Ben Klick: Kelowna’s Country Star

by Kim Foreman-Rhindress @ Okanagan Life Magazine

Talent meets drive in Ben Klick Ben Klick is an anomaly: a 21-year old award-winning country singer born into a family of non-musicians. Country could be heard among the classic rock, east coast folk and Top 40 pop streaming from speakers in the North Vancouver home where Ben spent his early years. In 1999, his […]

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The Beginnings of Bliss

by Darci @ Bliss Bakery + Bistro | catering + cafe in Kelowna + Peachland

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Restaurant Website Design

by MainMenus @ Restaurant Menu Guide

  Since 2009, MainMenus.com has been helping both restauranteurs and patrons with their dining experience. By hosting actual restaurant menus on the web for Restauranteurs who don’t have a website. But now we are also offering Restaurant Web Design via our friends at Stigan Media.   Online Restaurant Listings MainMenus.com features menus from restaurants all over…

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Hamilton Columnist Mocks The Gluten-Free

by David Fowler @ Kelowna Celiac – CCA

A Hamilton newspaper columnist is being criticized for insensitive comments he made in a December 30th, 2017 Hamilton Spectator column. In an article entitled “2017: Silliness about bitcoin, gluten and identity” Paul Benedett writes: Gluten-free: What I can say scientifically about gluten-free is, “Oh for God’s sake, have a slice of bread!” Once a word only nutritionists knew, … Continue reading

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Pho 95: Vietnamese Food in Denver

by Diana Chan @ Foodology

Pho 95 is a popular Vietnamese restaurant for locals in Denver Colorado to get their piping hot bowl of comforting pho. They currently have 2 locations – one in Littleton and Denver. When we were visiting Denver, we were all craving pho, so we went on Yelp and found this gem. Pho consists of beef […]

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Michael Bublé set to entertain and delight audiences as host of The 2018 JUNO Awards, March 25

by Editor @ Okanagan Life Magazine

Prepare to be entertained by the one and only Michael Bublé. The 12-time Juno Award winner and beloved Canadian crooner is set to host the 2018 JUNO Awards, which will be held at the Rogers Arena in Vancouver on Sunday, March 25, 2018 and broadcast live across Canada on CBC. “I’m so grateful for the […]

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Saigon Restaurant, Kelowna

Saigon Restaurant, Kelowna


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Season’s Greetings from Kelowna Celiac!

by David Fowler @ Kelowna Celiac – CCA

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Sushi by Yuji

by Sharon Fung @ Eat and Travel with Sharon

Sushi by Yuji is one of the only places in Vancouver where I would go for fresh and simple sushi. After my trip to Japan last summer, I’ve always been on the look out for simple and authentic sushi in Vancouver. One thing I’ve noticed in many sushi restaurants in Vancouver is their tendency to add a […]

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Pho 95: Vietnamese Food in Denver

by Diana Chan @ Foodology

Pho 95 is a popular Vietnamese restaurant for locals in Denver Colorado to get their piping hot bowl of comforting pho. They currently have 2 locations – one in Littleton and Denver. When we were visiting Denver, we were all craving pho, so we went on Yelp and found this gem. Pho consists of beef […]

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3 Tips To Stay Safe At Holiday Gatherings

by David Fowler @ Kelowna Celiac – CCA

by Selena De Vries The holidays can be a challenging time to stay gluten-free. But, with a few strategies in your back pocket, the holidays can be confidently enjoyed gluten-free! Here are three tips to try for your next holiday social. 1. Bring your own delicious GF dish to share. This is a tried and … Continue reading

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BÊP

by Sharon Fung @ Vietnamese – Eat and Travel with Sharon

One of the many reasons why I love the food in Hong Kong is how well the F&B industry portrays the many international cuisines around the world. I’m a bit of a Vietnamese cuisine fan in Vancouver and I was just really craving some good pho in Hong Kong. I’ve heard of many good places like Chom […]

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Free Webinar For Newly Diagnosed – January 23rd

by David Fowler @ Kelowna Celiac – CCA

Gluten-Free 101: Getting Started Gluten Free – January and February If you are a newly diagnosed member or just someone who wants a refresher on the gluten-free diet, join us for one of our sessions led by CCA’s expert, Sue Newell. These free interactive one-hour online sessions are included with your CCA membership and are … Continue reading

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Bamboo Chopsticks Vietnamese Restaurant

Bamboo Chopsticks Vietnamese Restaurant


Bamboo Chopsticks Vietnamese Restaurant

Vietnamese Restaurant, Pho, vermicelli, soup, rice, asian, springroll, salad roll, stirfry, wor wonton, kelowna, westbank, west kelowna

City gives green light for final homes at Central Green

by Editor @ Okanagan Life Magazine

Kelowna City Council has approved the development permit for Urbana at Central Green. The collection of 55 new homes developed by Mission Group is the third and final phase of condominiums at Central Green. More than 160 homes have been sold in less than two years since Mission Group broke ground on Central Green One […]

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Flights Kelowna Ho Chi Minh City - Saigon. Best lastminute.com offers.

Flights Kelowna Ho Chi Minh City - Saigon. Best lastminute.com offers.


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Weekend in Whistler for Non-Skiers

by Paulina Tsui @ Foodology

Thinking of a quick getaway to Whistler but don’t feel like skiing or snowboarding? Relax, there’s still plenty to enjoy. Crystal Lodge and their restaurants invited us up for a weekend of food and fun and showed me that you can enjoy mountain vibes and race through the forest at high speeds in Whistler without […]

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Sylvia’s Restaurant: Queens of Soul Food in Harlem

by Diana Chan @ Foodology

Sylvia’s Restaurant in Harlem is know for their classic Soul food and was recently featured in the Worth It series by BuzzFeed. When I knew I was going to New York, I had to add them to the list. Sylvia’s Restaurant, the “The Queen of Soul Food”, was founded by Sylvia Woods, in 1962. Established in the historic […]

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Phnom Penh

by Sharon Fung @ Vietnamese – Eat and Travel with Sharon

Talk about “Phnomenal” and”pho”cking amazing Vietnamese food! The last time we went on a group date with Chris and Cho was at Basil Pasta Bar, so we decided to catch up for lunch at the famous Phnom Penh in Chinatown.  Jacky and I have been here before and since our meeting time was exactly at […]

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Shu Jiao Fu Zhou Cuisine Restaurant in New York

by Diana Chan @ Foodology

Shu Jiao Fu Zhou Cuisine Restaurant is a simple Chinese cafe specializing in soups, noodles, and dumplings by hand. This hole in the wall has some really cheap food. Everything is $3.50 or under. That is an amazing price for New York standards. Interior The inside of the restaurant isn’t anything special. A little old school […]

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Rabba fine foods canada inc jobs in West Kelowna - 481 current vacancies | Jooble


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Four by Brother Luck in Colorado Springs: Review

by Diana Chan @ Foodology

Last Fall, I was visiting Colorado Springs and all the locals were raving about Four by Brother Luck and how he will be in Top Chef. He is no stranger to the culinary scene as he appreared on Beat Bobby Flay and won. Also he and appeared on Chopped. His restaurant – Four by Brother Luck […]

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Bon Chon Chicken: Soy Garlic Fried Chicken

by Diana Chan @ Foodology

Bon Chon Chicken is a South Korean-based international fried chicken restaurant chain in New York. Majority of the US locations are in California and New York. We came on Thanksgiving long weekend and they were open. We wanted to come here for a visit as their fried chicken sounds and looks good. Interior This particular […]

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Preventing Burns in a Kitchen

by MainMenus @ Restaurant Menu Guide

In this post, I’m going to go over 7 simple tips on Preventing Burns in a Kitchen, and no, I’m not talking about burning food. This seems simple enough, but you’ll be surprised how often people in the workplace burn themselves and don’t practice these safe tips. 1. Assume It’s Hot In any kitchen, you…

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White Wine and Greek Take-Out

by MainMenus @ Restaurant Menu Guide

  When it comes to wine pairing, we are not sommelier’s or even wine connoisseur’s, what we do know is that you don’t necessarily have to stick to the rules of pairing red wine with meats and white wine with fish. Wines of today can be enjoyed with cheese platters, seafood, chinese food and even…

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Mon Thong Thai Restaurant in Kelowna

Mon Thong Thai Restaurant in Kelowna

by Annie Zed @ Canadian Only Restaurant Review

Terry, Hilarie and I had a Thai lunch at Mon Thong on Friday the 13th (of June), a remarkably lucky day in our eyes! We had a phenomenal meal. We met owners Joe and Sunee Karunyasopon who opened the first Thai … Continue reading

Prata Man on Capstan Way, Richmond

Prata Man on Capstan Way, Richmond

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Ben and I went to Prata-Man for lunch on a Sunday afternoon after church service. We arrived around 1PM and the restaurant was full. But we did not have to wait long for a table. The menu seems to have been simplified compared to our previous visit here. You can click on the menu to […]

10 Knife Handling Tips

by MainMenus @ Restaurant Menu Guide

10 Knife Handling Tips: Throughout my time in the restaurant industry, I’ve seen my share of poor knife handling skills. From cut hands to missing fingers, heck I remember deboning beef with a colleague and thinking to myself “wow… there is so much blood in this peice of meat!”, shortly after my colleague realized it…

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Penticton to host Wild Card game at 2018 Scotties

by Editor @ Okanagan Life Magazine

Wild Card game set, rest of field confirmed, for 2018 Scotties Tournament of Hearts in Penticton There will be a blend of experience and youth heading to B.C.’s beautiful Okanagan region for the 2018 Scotties Tournament of Hearts, beginning on Jan. 27 at the South Okanagan Events Centre. The field was completed with the conclusion of provincial […]

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Vancouver T & T Supermarket Offers Peking Duck

by foodgressing @ Foodgressing

Peking Duck is one of my favourite Chinese dishes but sometimes I don’t want the fuss of going to a restaurant.  Here’s where a trip to T & T Supermarket can satisfy my Peking Duck cravings in a quick and dirty manner.  A few weeks ago, I discovered that T & T was selling Peking...

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Bliss Bakery + Bistro | catering + cafe | serving fair trade coffee, homemade baked goods, soups + fresh sandwiches. Voted #1 in Kelowna + Peachland.

ChômChôm

by Sharon Fung @ Vietnamese – Eat and Travel with Sharon

Whenever I am walking around Central at night, I would always see a jam packed restaurant on Peel Street. People would be standing outside this restaurant, on the street, drinking and eating. The place definitely wasn’t shabby and when I found out that the restaurant was ChômChôm, I had to go. This restaurant has been […]

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Service Expectations

by MainMenus @ Restaurant Menu Guide

Have you ever made a reservation at a restaurant and they add an auto-gratuity on the bill? Do you ever go to a bar/pub and get excellent service? Have you ever experienced quality service at a fine dining establishment? If you’ve answered yes to any of these questions, I think you’ll enjoy this blog. I’ve…

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2012 Best Restaurants

2012 Best Restaurants


Okanagan Life Magazine

Our readers choose their favourites in a host of categories and Okanagan Life brings you the results. Welcome to the 18th Annual Best Restaurants issue. Perhaps above all others, this is the keeper magazine of the year. Readers try new restaurants all the time and you can expand your dining experience by referring to these …

New Vancouver Dessert Spot: ZenQ Marine Drive

by foodgressing @ Foodgressing

There’s a new reason to head to Marine Gateway to satisfy your sweet tooth craving.  Originating from Taiwan, ZenQ is an international dessert chain that specializes in Taiwanese desserts and they opened their second Metro Vancouver location at 95 SW Marine Drive.  The other location in operation is in Port Coquitlam and upcoming restaurants are...

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Fresh. Low Fat. Healthy. Dine in, take out, catering. Fully licensed.

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A Guide to Siem Reap, Cambodia

by Sharon Fung @ Eat and Travel with Sharon

Siem Reap is one of the most beautiful places I have ever visited in Asia. Being a gateway to the historical temples of Angkor, Siem Reap is a mix of modern and old with its history and its touristy hip spots – restaurants, bars and hotels. In the day time, we would go temple exploring […]

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Le Petit Saigon

Le Petit Saigon


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A couple of weeks ago, I wrote about Bảo Châu, a Vietnamese restaurant and self-described “Spring Roll Specialty House” on East Hastings. It quickly became my “go-to” place …

Momo Sushi Kelowna

Momo Sushi Kelowna

by Annie Zed @ Canadian Only Restaurant Review

Thanks to Momo Sushi in Kelowna, I think I’m addicted to Japanese food. I first tried sushi a few years ago and was very slow to warm up to it. Recently seeking a simple take-out, I risked popping into Momo Sushi. Unsure … Continue reading

One Saigon

by Sharon Fung @ Vietnamese – Eat and Travel with Sharon

Am I supposed to ask for a cup of tea or water here? I walked into One Saigon and it smelled like garbage. Jacky and I were just hungry and we wanted something quick so we decided to stop at the nearest affordable place that we could find. I will not come back to One […]

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Shu Jiao Fu Zhou Cuisine Restaurant in New York

by Diana Chan @ Foodology

Shu Jiao Fu Zhou Cuisine Restaurant is a simple Chinese cafe specializing in soups, noodles, and dumplings by hand. This hole in the wall has some really cheap food. Everything is $3.50 or under. That is an amazing price for New York standards. Interior The inside of the restaurant isn’t anything special. A little old school […]

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Old Vines Restaurant at Quail’s Gate

Old Vines Restaurant at Quail’s Gate

by Annie Zed @ Canadian Only Restaurant Review

On Friday February 21, 2014, Hilarie, Pam and I celebrated one-month-till-spring at the Old Vines Restaurant and Wine Bar. Located on the grounds of the family-owned Quail’s Gate Winery, it sits on the slopes of Mount Boucherie in West Kelowna. Being at a … Continue reading

Saigon Restaurant - Restaurants - Kelowna

Saigon Restaurant - Restaurants - Kelowna


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Come enjoy a yummy creation at Saigon Restaurant. Come experience their casual atmosphere. They are open at night all week. The neighboring location is memorable for its parks. You...

Easy 3 Ingredient Thai Iced Tea

by Diana Chan @ Foodology

Thai Iced Tea is an absolute treat and my friend finally encouraged me to make this at home instead of spending all my money drinking these at restaurants. There’s many variations of making Thai Iced Tea, but I don’t like buying so many ingredients that might go wasted if I don’t use them all. It’s always […]

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Vinh Thuan Rice Flour for Cake recalled for Gluten

by David Fowler @ Kelowna Celiac – CCA

CFIA Alert Food Recall Warning (Allergen): Vinh Thuan brand Rice Flour for Cake recalled due to undeclared gluten Reason for recall: Allergen – Gluten Hazard classification: Class 3 Company / Firm: Thai United Food Trading Ltd. Distribution: Alberta, British Columbia, Saskatchewan Extent of the distribution: Retail Reference number: 11858 Size: 400 g EXP: 30/08/2018 8 … Continue reading

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Authentic Vietnamese Cuisine. Pho, spring rolls, salad rolls, vietnamese subs, fruit smoothies, bubble tea.

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Lemongrass Pork Patties With Vietnamese Dipping Sauce

Lemongrass Pork Patties With Vietnamese Dipping Sauce


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In Vietnam, little pork patties like this are often grilled over charcoal right on the street and diners sit and eat on (now iconic) little plastic stools. You can serve these patties simply wrapped in the lettuce leaves here, as a snack, or over vermicelli noodles, as a larger meal. What’s non-negotiable? Serve with plenty of herbs and the funky, salty, sour, sweet dipping sauce.

Renew or Join the CCA Online

by David Fowler @ Kelowna Celiac – CCA

By Melissa Secord, Executive Director CCA National is pleased to announce that both new and returning members can join or renew online. What is different you may ask? In the past, when people clicked the online payment their information was downloaded and manually entered by CCA staff. Now when members or new folks complete the … Continue reading

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Kelowna’s landscape changing forever

by Editor @ Okanagan Life Magazine

“The landscape of Kelowna will forever change in 2018 as homeowners flock to the new downtown towers,” says local realtor and homebuilder A. J. Hazzi, author of The Vantage Report.  “We’ll see a vitality on our streets and in the shops and restaurants as the densification of the downtown core increase. "With so much renewal […]

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Banning Shark Fin Soup – Culturally Insensitive or Culturally Progressive?

by MainMenus @ Restaurant Menu Guide

 This week we have a Special Guest Post by:   Cindy Zheng Articled Student at McQuarrie Hunter LLP http://cindyzheng.wordpress.com @CindyZheng     Have you ever had shark fin soup? I might have, years ago when I was a child. I cannot recall any details about the flavor or texture of this food. But what I…

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