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Old 01-29-2016, 12:51 PM   #26
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I went to San remo for deep dish pizza. It's so far the best deep dish I've had locally
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Old 01-30-2016, 11:27 PM   #27
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^ i actually went there today. You're right, their Lao dishes were really good.

Naka Bistro is great for what they have. The prawn paradise was good, love what they did with it, for me I wouldn't try it again.

Sai Gok (spicy pork sausages) was great, great lemon grass flavor.

Mok Gai, chicken marinated in herbs (mostly dill) steam in banana leaf was full of aroma and I thought it was great.

If i'm ever there, I'll stop by again. decent little joint.
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I forget the name of the cuisine but it's Japanese and American/Western fusion.

There was a restaurant on Boundary and 29th but they have since closed.

Then there was Moncton Cafe that also closed in 2015.

Any other locations for this type of food?
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I forget the name of the cuisine but it's Japanese and American/Western fusion.

There was a restaurant on Boundary and 29th but they have since closed.

Then there was Moncton Cafe that also closed in 2015.

Any other locations for this type of food?
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Will echo Hi-Genki.

I think Saboten at Aberdeen is pretty good.
The panko flakes are huge (I wonder if they make it themselves on site).
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Where can I eat king crab during the autumn season? The best king crab, regardless of price.
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Old 02-09-2016, 04:50 PM   #33
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@CRS I'll vouch for Cafe de l'Orangerie.

Also, i'm still looking for the filipino candy Yema. I went to Edsa but they didn't have any.
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Are there any chinese BBQ restaurants in Vancouver that have an open grill/flame for customers to cook our own skewers? Like this guy in this video

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I went to San remo for deep dish pizza. It's so far the best deep dish I've had locally
I'm glad you liked it, its not really deep dish but at least its kinda close
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anyone know where i can this in vancouver ????

https://www.facebook.com/pages/Chili...39200766271099

I had this in china (shenzhen).... um... its like this huge bowl of peppers, tofu skin, some meat and veggies... like this one dish can serve like 4-5 peeps easily.....

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Anybody have recommendations for some juicy, fatty pork chop from a restaurant?

I really like thick pork chops but I don't know where to get some. The last place that really caught my attention was Tuc's Craft Kitchen's pork chop with espresso reduction, but it has been long gone from the menu. I usually go to Kingyo during lunch for their tonkatsu rice for a quick fix, but I want more options. It doesn't matter what style, fried, grilled, but it's gotta be thick and fat.
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Old 04-06-2016, 03:00 AM   #39
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Anybody have recommendations for some juicy, fatty pork chop from a restaurant?

I really like thick pork chops but I don't know where to get some. The last place that really caught my attention was Tuc's Craft Kitchen's pork chop with espresso reduction, but it has been long gone from the menu. I usually go to Kingyo during lunch for their tonkatsu rice for a quick fix, but I want more options. It doesn't matter what style, fried, grilled, but it's gotta be thick and fat.
Go to Pho Thai Son on victoria and 49th or on broadway across from kingsgate mall. Their grilled pork chop on rice with egg is pretty good
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Anybody have recommendations for some juicy, fatty pork chop from a restaurant?

I really like thick pork chops but I don't know where to get some. The last place that really caught my attention was Tuc's Craft Kitchen's pork chop with espresso reduction, but it has been long gone from the menu. I usually go to Kingyo during lunch for their tonkatsu rice for a quick fix, but I want more options. It doesn't matter what style, fried, grilled, but it's gotta be thick and fat.
Try "BBQ MASTER" in Richmond under the Superstore on No. 3 Road. They have the most amazing roasted BBQ pork. The downside: it's kinda ghetto.
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You call yourself a foodie and you can't tell differentiate pork chop and Guangdong style BBQ's roast pork? LMFAO
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