DesertsIndian • Vancouver, Canada
The falatke (falafel + latke) in a pita is unique and delicious!
I live in Vancouver, and travel a lot. Still not sure why I have 4sq, but I'm now addicted.
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For some reason this location only has disposable chopsticks.
My favourites are the spicy peanut noodle box and Singapore cashew curry. So happy they're now in Mount Pleasant!
Ask to stay on the pool side if you're here on the weekend (including Sunday night). Brandy's across the street doesn't observe noise by-laws with its live music nights.
Snowbus is a cheap way to get between Vancouver & Whistler, and unlike Greyhound they're prepared for skiers & boarders - no extra baggage fees! Picks up at Pacific Coach stop in the bus loop.
If you tip <$2 the bartender will give you a stern lecture about how horrible and stupid you are for doing so.
If there's a huge line for taxis, go to the limo line. Always much shorter and not much extra cost. $55 to the city centre.
This place is badly in need of renovations, but has a good selection of food vendors.
Real Aussie-style pies, so tasty! They've even imported the tomato sauce (ketchup) from Australia!
Trying to figure this place out? Good luck! Look at the menu, then order at the cash register behind you, then push your way back through the queue to pick up your food.
I've flown into dozens of airports yet somehow this one ALWAYS has an excruciatingly long wait.
Expect to pay about $50 for dinner and a drink (there is no fixed menu), but it is totally worth it!! I had the Arctic char and it was absolutely delicious.
Ask for an even numbered room on the second floor for a view of the river!
This location is chronically understaffed. Be prepared to wait.