Welcome to What’s Chomping Podcast by TEAMCHOMP! Each week 3 team members will present new topics, new debates and new laughs, as we explore the world of food and culture. Whether it’s a new food craze on the come up, a food hype falling flat, or a hidden gem restaurant that is tucked away, we will dive head first and see what’s really chomping! Join us this week as Rich, Nate, and Doug from Vancouver, BC dive into the topics of Dinner in the Sky, IHOP’s name change, and Starbucks fires barista who mocked
Longtail Kitchen offers a diverse menu of Thai comfort-style food. While staying true to traditional Thai methods and flavours, Longtail Kitchen also adds their own unique modern twist. With staples such as satay, green curry and pad thai served Quayside in New Westminster, it’s definitely a hot spot worth checking out. TEAMCHOMP recently sat down and talked with Chef Justin Cheung of Longtail Kitchen. With such an innovative restaurant, we were curious to hear about the influences and inspirations behind Longtail Kitchen‘s decorated menu and Justin’s thoughts on the culture
Beautifully barbecued pork skewers, crispy beef tapa and a side of lumpia all served over a bowl of steaming white rice. When I think of Filipino food, I think of the excitement I felt when I was invited over to have dinner with my Filipino friend’s family. The good vibes that come with sharing conversation with 12 other people over platefuls of homemade comfort food… something I’m sure those with Pinoy friends can relate to. Now imagine how cool it would be to have a restaurant change the game by
When discussing the most exciting new restaurants in the city, most people will proudly spout about their first (or second, or third) time dining at Savio Volpe. The Italian osteria is one of the driving forces powering the rapid growth of Fraserhood as a foodie destination. After being selected by enRoute Magazine as one of Canada’s top 10 new best restaurants in 2016, Savio Volpe appears destined to continue winning the hearts of food critics and bloggers alike. Want to book a table for dinner with your friends sometime next month?
Chinese New Year, a time when your Chinese homies seems to be busy with family dinners every other day. A time of the year where some of your local asian malls become flooded with people to the point where you might think you landed in Asia (Aberdeen, anyone?). A time when some of the best Chinese dishes are the reason why you opted out of going for drinks. We have all heard of the annual traditions such as red pocket money, but have you ever given much thought as to
“Do you want to come to a chicken pot dinner?” Without the slightest idea that a “chicken pot” might be a real thing, I assumed that my friend was inviting me to eat chicken pot pie. It made sense. It was freezing cold outside and what better comfort food than a piping hot chicken pot pie? Well, not only did I learn that Taiwanese-style chicken hot pot is indeed a real thing, but I also found out that it’s the real deal if you’re looking for soul-warming food that can be shared