I love Fort Langley. It honestly feels like you’re stepping back in time. It is the definition of the word “quaint”. Since going vegan, I had been dying to try their fully vegan restaurant known as Veggie Bob’s. Continue reading “Veggie Bob’s in Fort Langley”
Last weekend I tried out The Acorn’s sister restaurant The Arbor. I’ve seen many, many Instagram posts of their dishes, so I was dying to try it out!
If you’re like me and you follow nothing but food accounts on social media, you may have already seen this insane sandwich. It is the Southern Fried Artichoke Sandwich. Made vegan by substituting macadamia cheese, this thing is ridiculously delicious. Fried artichokes, tangy vegan cheese, grilled eggplant, slaw and jalapeños, its a flavour bomb in your mouth. I know I’ll be going back, and I want to sample the rest of the menu, but I honestly think I’ll just order this forever.
Obviously they have other things on their menu, my friend ordered the tacos, with poblano peppers and crimini mushrooms, and she enjoyed them. The deep fried oyster mushrooms and the broccoli popcorn sound super legit. But 1000% try the artichoke sandwich at some point!
Address: 3941 Main Street
Cost: Appies are $5-8, Entrees are $9-14, Drinks $6-11
Top Dish: If you follow just about any vegan Instagram account in Vancouver, you have without a doubt seen the Southern Fried Artichoke Sandwich (pictured above). Its the bomb. Try it. Now.
Vegan? The Arbor is completely vegetarian, with all but one item on having a vegan option listed right on the menu.
The lovely people at The Good Stuff Co. were kind enough to invite me to try their smoothies last week! Continue reading “Point Grey: The Good Stuff Co.”
Vegan restaurants are popping up all over Vancouver, and one of my favourite new additions is Virtuous Pie! Continue reading “Gastown: Virtuous Pie”
I find one of the best ways to discover tasty vegan dishes is to try out different ethnic cuisines. Lebanese fare is one of my favourites lately. There is a wide variety of flavourful foods that are meant to be vegan or vegetarian. They didn’t just take away the meat/cheese, the recipe was designed to be delicious without animal products. Continue reading “Yaletown: Nuba Cafe “