Eater Travel put together a first-ever list of the most dynamic food cities in the world right now, and I was honored to be invited to write about one of the nineteen.
Canada – Food & Travel
The ever-improving food scene in Victoria continues to impress me. Here are some highlights of places to check out, plus more to do, in Victoria.
This crawl will steer you toward some of Richmond’s gems while offering an introduction to the wide variety of dumplings available in the area.
In which I find good reason to head east from Vancouver, with highlights that include smoky beer, fine Filipino fare and fantastic noodles and dumplings.
With a world of new restaurants awaiting a visitor to Vancouver, here are my current top picks, including fine dining, Asian restaurants, bakeries, coffee shops, and more.
The cowboys (and cowgirls) have grown up…the culinary scene is now more sophisticated in Calgary.
From dumplings to noodles to roasted meats to unusual desserts and drinks, here’s an eating itinerary that will satisfy your Chinese food cravings.
Here’s a look at a spicy place where I will no longer take my chili pepper-fearing friends. But if you can take the heat, you should go.
A highlight of this trip was a massive portion of horse tartare, which wasn’t even something I ate at the Omnivore Food Festival. It’s at the festival that I had one of the most memorable dishes so far this year.
In contrast to the multi-day, Chinese food feeding frenzies I normally enjoy and recommend north of the border, here’s a sample itinerary that will fill you with culture, outdoor adventure, superb dining (both Asian and European), and unique experiences with tea, coffee, and beer.