They serve the traditional range of Middle Eastern fare; kebabs, breads and grilled meats. Their specials include: Tika, chunks of tendy bbq lamb; Rice and fasolia; BBQ fish (blackened on the outside and flattened like a Portuguese chicken); Bread/curry stew, lamb hunks in a tomato based sauce.
They serve up the traditional range of Middle Eastern food including a pita pocket which contains garlic chicken, pickles, humos and just about every salad on offer; falafel, humos and tahini; also a selection of fried mushrooms and cauliflower. They have an outstanding range of home made dips which would justify any visit.
Restaurant serving traditional Malay & Singaporean cuisines. No cards or bookings. Lunch only
More than just sweets! This bright blue store is buzzing with blenders, deep fryers sizzling and the stomp of papaya salad being pounded. The front bar is full of sausages and fritters, as well as dried beef and taro chips. They have an outstanding selection of Lao/Thai dishes including:Papaya salad with dried beef; Pork larb or laap; Khao tom - Sticky rice and banan; Lao sausages; Taro fritters, and Papaya salad with shredded chicken fee.
If you're into food adventures, I definitely recommend a taste of Sri Lankan cuisine to awaken your senses. It doesn't get more mom and pop then this delicious restaurant. Their claim to fame is their buffet, which rounds out to about $10pp. If you're ordering a la carte do give the deviled chicken a try. It's infused with curry leaves, line juice and of course, a liberal handful of fresh and dried chilies.
In spite of its small size, Tsaa offers quite the variety of tea leaves. They have a great selection of green teas and their London Fog is one of the best in the city. Tsaa also sells food. Their sandwiches are delish (though a bit on the expensive side at around $6-7). They also sell gluten free chocolate desserts.
An amazing Americano in the PATH! Their coffee is consistently outstanding, the service is always friendly and prices are good. Lines can be quite long (and a little awkward since you're essentially in the middle of a busy hall) but it's a great place. Cash only/
The coffee and lattes here are pretty good (you're getting good crema and milk art). The reason to come here is the donuts. You need to try these donuts, they are wonderful. A dozen is only $4 and worth every penny.
Everything is fresh, flavorful and yummy! Don't let the idea of raw vegan turn you away - you'll be missing out on a healthy satisfying experience!
Great name, great food.
Traditional Indonesian dishes, very popular.
More than just pizza. Authentic Italian cuisine at a reasonable price.
The buzz cafe is a super friendly and cozy coffee shop just on the border of yaletown and downtown. All of their drinks are priced very well (americano $2.50).
They serve a good range of curries to suit all tastes.