Dreamy 🍁✨. Fall is so dreamy and pretty! Definitely my favourite season for colours
Try our newest tartare on the menu — elk tartare served with a creamy parsnip purée, crispy parsnip chips, pickled chanterelle mushrooms and nasturtiums.
When mom visits it means home baking, especially buttertarts 🥧
Beef tofu stew with zucchini and beet noodles
Credit to @goodlifevan
: Yuwa Japanese Anniversary Dinner on October 23!!
Yuwa Japanese Cuisine will celebrate its first year in fine style by hosting an exclusive one-night-only Anniversary Dinner on Tuesday, October 23 and we were lucky enough to get a preview. The event begins with a sparkling wine reception at 6 p.m. before Yuwa Executive Chef and Co-Owner Masahiro Omori demonstrates his signature take on the regional cuisines of his home country of Japan with an eight-course dinner that will be paired with rare sake and wine selected by Yuwa Co-Owner and Sake Sommelier @tangledhair1878
Tickets to the Anniversary Dinner are available for $99 per person plus taxes and gratuity. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
Highlights of the menu include a selection of canapés, ringo-gama (roasted duck, eggplant, white mushroom with spicy miso in BC Fuji apple), madai uroko age (fried tilefish and maitake tempura with Niigata Mojio seaweed salt) and braised Wagyu on renkon manju (thinly sliced Wagyu rib eye on lotus root cake, carrot, fried lotus root, wasabi, kinoko an-kake).
Our preview was an absolute delight, for $99 this is a deal! @yuwa_japanese
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"Girl, it ain't cool how you be playin'
And I don't dig how you keep me waitin'
Your feelin's switch up too much, girl it's confusing
'Cause you tell me we're friends, then the next time I'm a friend with an end
I done put in work, fucked up, came back again
I jumped in the booth, I don't need a pad or a pen to say how I feel
I can't keep bottlin' it in, I'm addicted to you
Your love, I gotta get"
Vancouver snapshot. // 2017
NEW COCKTAILS! Introducing our new lineup of tropical tiki cocktails: The Sunset Mai Tai, Colada Daiquiri, Ray’s Mistake, and the Painkiller. For when you need a (very) quick getaway 🏝
Even though we can't bring back the summer weather, at least our coconut shakes will make it seem like it ✌🏼Today and every Sunday is Strawless-Sunday! 🌎 // 📸:@joieak
The Fat Elvis from @rumpusroomvancouver
- peanut butter, corn flakes and delicious bacon all in one. Get your fix at the newly open location on Main St & 7th. #thisisfood
Question for you... what’s your guilty pleasure, sweet or salty?! I’m a sucker for sweets, especially this chocolate ice cream waffle contraption. It was amazinggggg!! (peep the walnuts 😋)
The only time I would eat avocados.
* Ahi Tuna sashimi (can be subbed with reg tuna, but texture will be mushier) * Atlantic Salmon sashimi
* Green onion
* Ichimi Togarashi (can be subbed with Shichimi Togarashi)
* Bonito Tsuyu
* Sesame Oil
is well underway. You have until Oct 28 to try 7 amazing creations. I’m one of the judges. Pictured here is the Ebony spaghetti from @banchokdeethai
— Jungle-style, stir-fried, homemade Charcoal Spaghetti with Leeks, Portobello Mushroom, Young Coconut Meat, Lesser Ginger, Peppercorns, Green Peas, Lime Leaves and Basil, served with pan-seared Scallops and Curried Crab Sauce.
The Whistler wreck puzzled many because the boxcars lie far away from the tracks and yet they are surrounded by old growth trees. There is no trace of a clear path from the tracks to their current location and no evidence of the cars being ripped off the rails and slamming into trees. According to Rick Valleau, the train wreck happened in 1956, just after the Valleau family settled into the area. The wreck happened in a rock cut after the boxcars, which were loaded with lumber, got jammed and blocked the line. The train’s owner, Pacific Great Eastern Railway (PGE), which eventually became BC Rail before being sold to CN Rail, did not have the necessary equipment to move the wedged boxcars and turned to the Valleau family for help.
The Valleaus took their logging machinery to the site and managed to pry the boxcars out, dragging them up the track and into the forest, where they lie today. This explains why no trees were damaged around the wreck.
I wonder how much of a tourist I look like, stopping every 30 seconds to take pictures of everything 😂📷
The weekend is upon us and we’re excited to announce the initial release of the Ventur Travel app! We will be hosting an event November 15th at the Central City Brewpub. If you’d like to be a part of what’s sure to be a fun-filled evening please contact us to secure your spot. We look forward to meeting you all in person and working together to begin the Ventur journey!
We’d also like to take this opportunity to say a HUGE thank you to all of you for your continued support. Your input and feedback has helped to get us to where we are today!
Tag your friends, share this post or leave some comments. We want to keep working with each and every one of you! #simplyexplore