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What to order YVR : Andy Yan x Rae Kung #WhattoOrderYVR

What to order YVR : Andy Yan x Rae Kung #WhattoOrderYVR

May 5, 2020   No Comments
Andy YanEater of Egg Tarts. An urban planner taking the World on one bite at a time. Twitter  Unchai   Some phenomena memories of LA's Thaitown with sounds, smells, and food can be triggered here. What to order: Pad Ki Mao Crab Boat Noodles Thai Omelette To savour: Call eatery (604) 559-6484 or Ubereats / Foodora Address: 2351 Burrard St, Vancouver, BC V6J 3J2    Joojak Restaurant   A tiny restaurant with big flavours and sense of home. What to order:

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Vancouver’s Chinese restaurants get creative to survive through the pandemic

April 9, 2020   No Comments
Chinese version 中文版 Vancouver’s Chinese restaurants get creative to survive through the pandemic Many of these dining spots are also giving back to the community and frontline healthcare workers. Among a sea of sad and depressing stories about how local businesses and restaurants are suffering due to COVID-19, it’s important to shine light on positive things happening in the local food-and-drink community. Despite Chinese restaurants being hit the hardest ever since the virus outbreak, they are doing everything they can to maintain a presence in Vancouver and to continue serving its customers. That often means thinking outside of the box: traditional eateries normally specializing in dine-in services are switching to takeout and delivery, and some dining spots are packaging frozen meals for purchase. Communal cuisines like hot-pot restaurants have partnered with food-delivery apps like Fantuan and Uber Eats. Diners who miss this type of meal can easily order pick-up or

April 2, 2020
It’s not a secret the restaurant industry has been hit very hard due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Since the B.C. government ordered the closure of dine-in services at all restaurants and cafes in the province on March 20, the local food-and-drink industry hasn’t been the same.

Chinese restaurants in Metro Vancouver are fighting hard to stay open for its customers >>

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