A few years back I was fortunate enough to spent a few month in the coastal hot spot of British Columbia. Surrounded by mountains, the city of Vancouver offers food form all corners of the earth. It isn’t very surprising when you find out that a substantial part of the population is Asian. Loved by Japanese, Koreans and Taiwanese, food is serious business around here.
No matter whether coffee and beer – Vancouver is also filled with special brews at almost very corner. Here is my travel tips, my taste of Vancouver. #tasteofclubvivre
1. Coffee at 49th Parallel
This local coffee roaster and cafe is well known amongst locals as well as visitors. If you are looking for a serious coffee experience, then this is where you go. Get a preview with a Espresso Tiramisu.
2. Fliptop Filipino Fusion
Just like in the US, food trucks are huge in Canada as well – Vancouver is no exception. The Fliptop Filipino Foodtruck changes its location every day, but isn’t very hard to find them. Their van is completely covered with graffiti.
Bestie isn’t the next hangout for ‘Best Girlfriends’, but rather a ‘Wurst’ location. It is all about sausages around here. Next to delicious Pretzels, you will also hearty ‘Weißwursts’ and of course awesome beer. Perfect for an easy and causal evening.
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4. Tap & Barrel
The craft beer trend has taken Vancouver, as well as the rest of the world, by storm. When ordering a beer at Tab & Barrel, as the name suggests, you will get it straight out of the barrel. Perfect to pass by for a few beers.
5. Burdock & Co.
When you go to Burdock for lunch, then one thing is for sure. The ingredients of your dish are local and everything is handmade. A punch towards organic and sustainable farming has led to growing food conscious trend. Many customers and restaurants no longer want to serve/ eat mass-produced products, but locally sourced meals. What other reasons or travel tips do you need to pass by and have a bite.