We were walking around Granville Island and I wanted to peek inside Emily Carr University. Josh started snickering and I didn’t get what was going on. Caught it after, do you see it? LOL.
Also went on a brewery tour. Cost around $10/person and it includes 3 x 4oz tasters. We were so bloated from the chiller that we could barely drink the beer. Honestly, tour wasn’t really worth it. We were basically standing in one room the whole time since it’s a microbrewery. We pretty much just paid for expensive beer LOL. If you get a chance to go there though, and you’re not a huge fan of beer, give their raspberry ale. A bit sweeter.
We actually bought fresh cherries, grapes, and peaches to eat at the beach. Chilled a while at Kitsilano Beach to end our night off : )
8888 Odlin Crescent
Richmond, BC V6X3Z7
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Their BBT has a different flavour than all the other places I’ve been to before. I can’t tell if they use a different sweetener or if they use a different boba. It reminds me of the brown sugar sticks that Asians use to sweeten things. Really like how their BBT tastes.
The egg waffles were a bit more chewy, but I think that it’s because of the filling inside. Bubble Queen has stamp cards so you get a stamp every purchase and receive, I believe, a free drink for every 9 stamps.
We found out afterwards that they are known most for their mango BBT… hence the abundance of mangos everywhere LOL.
Richmond Night Market
3063-8700 McKim Way
Richmond, BC V6X 4A5
I had to get some takoyaki because no one here makes it fresh! It’s not even that time consuming =\ I wish more places provide fresh takoyaki. Still, although it was good, I feel like it can’t beat the ones I bought while I was in Japan LOL.
We ended off the night with some La Fin du Monde beer at home. Man, the alcohol level is high for a beer LOL – 9.0%! Got tipsy after chugging that haha! La Fin du Monde has earned the most models and awards for a Canadian beer. Not really my kind of thing though.. too bitter *weakling*.