Monthly Archives: March 2012

A Blogger’s Crisis

Central Bistro.  Denman.  Vancouver A hunt today.  A nice, cozy restaurant in downtown Vancouver that served a slightly different breakfast, something hip, something fun, something popular without a lineup. Easy, right? Well, it’s almost too easy and at a certain … Continue reading

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Cafeteria Food. Really?

Cafeteria.  Main St.  Vancouver. I was so looking forward to dinner with friends tonight.  They live within walking distance of so many interesting restaurants and they have never failed to choose a great one.  So when they said, hey, let’s … Continue reading

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Hilltop Highpoint

Hilltop Café Diner.  Fraser Highway.  Langley. I realized I made a big mistake, today. It didn’t occur to me until I finished writing about the restaurant but once it hit me, there was no going back. I was loving visiting … Continue reading

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Is There Such A Thing As Too Much Meat?

Estrella’s.  200th st.  Langley. If I hadn’t heard about this place, I never would have found it.  Sandwiched between a muffler store and the appropriately named Industrial avenue, it’s not a location I would have expected to find an authentic … Continue reading

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If In Doubt – Cheesecake

Choochoos.  Langley Village. Still feeling sick.  A stupid cold.  So where does someone go when they really want to be in bed and curled up under the warm covers?  The answer.  A place that serves cheesecake, the well-known cure for … Continue reading

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Claustrophobic Comfort

Wendel’s Books.  Fort Langley.  Glover and Mavis It was a cold, grey, wet day out here in the Fraser Valley.  So I needed a place to pick me up.  A magical place.  I think I knew just where to go. … Continue reading

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Does the Robin Lay an Egg?

I was sick today, so this review is from yesterday.  Saturday. Red Robin.  Langley.  Willowbrook Mall. There are a lot of great restaurants run by entrepreneurs and many more struggling to survive for various reasons.  But there are also quite … Continue reading

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