Friday, September 29, 2023

Savouring Umami Bliss at Menya Juémon

Vancouver's culinary scene continues to evolve, and ramen enthusiasts have something exciting to slurp about. Nestled in the heart of the city, Menya Juémon has taken over the old spot of Benkei Ramen. My husband and I were lucky to walk by a few days after their soft opening.

Dinner at Menya Juémon

Our food adventure starts with pork gyoza, and it's perfectly fried with crispy skin, and the filling is flavourful pork. I highly recommend their gyoza if you love the Japanese dumpling.

Pork Gyoza from Menya Juémon
Crispy & juicy pork dumplings

Now, let's discuss the star of the show: ramen. My husband opted for the Umami Shoyu Premium, and what arrived was slightly thicker broth filled with deep dark soy; you can also taste the seaweed flavour seeping through the soup. The thick, chewy noodles soaked up the essence of the broth while the tender cha-shu (sliced pork), crunchy bean sprouts, fresh Chinese greens, earthy wood ear mushrooms, and soft soft-boiled egg completed the dish.

Umami Shoyu Premium from Menya Juémon
Dark soy flavoured four elements umami broth with thick cha-shu, bean sprout, Chinese greens, wood ear mushroom, soft boiled egg, and seaweed served with thick noodles

While hubby's ramen hits every flavour profile and is definitely an umami bomb, I chose the Cha Cha Cha-shu Men. As you could have guessed, it has six pieces of tender and fatty cha-shu. It also boasts a more familiar and traditional shoyu (soy sauce) broth. It also includes crunchy bean sprouts, colourful green onion, and, for subtle sweetness, corn. It comes with perfectly cooked medium-thickness noodles.

Cha Cha Cha-shu Men from Menya Juémon
Rich shoyu flavoured four elements umami broth with thick cha-shu, bean sprout, green onion, corn, served with medium thick noodles

The ambiance of the place is cozy, perfect for casual lunches and intimate dinners. They kept the J-shaped bar in the middle from Benkei Ramen, which I love. I hope they offer chicken karaage because I love fried chicken, but their ramen game is on point.

Cake and more from purebread

purebread in Gastown closes at 4:00 PM, so I couldn't find the perfect time to bring my husband here.

Chocolate Espresso from purebread

This is only my second time at purebread because I get too overwhelmed with all the options, from cakes to bread to bars. It's intimidating.

Salted Caramel bar from purebread

I chose the chocolate espresso loaf, while hubby opted for the salted caramel bar. It is impossible to go wrong with any of their products, and when you need a pick-me-up, this place is a safe haven.

Omurice from Tokyo in April restaurant

Since I decided to work in the office on a Friday, I asked my husband if he wanted us to have lunch together. I asked him what he preferred lunch, and his choices were a sandwichpho, or Japanese food, and he picked Japanese.

Omurice from Tokyo in April restaurant

We went to Tokyo in April, and I got what I really wanted to try: omurice with chicken karaage as the topping. My husband ordered the customizable bento box with miso soup, spring mix salad, beef teriyaki, salmon sashimi, and tonkatsu.

Customisable Bento Box from Tokyo in April

The omurice is beautiful with a tender, almost custard-like, softly-cooked, silky omelette that gently covers savoury tomato-flavoured creamy fried rice and traditional Japanese curry sauce (chicken-based) on the side. It's perfect.

I haven't had a weekday lunch date with my husband in a while, so this is good.

Butter Croissant from Bean Around The World

Thank God it's Friday! We usually work from home on Fridays, but I decided to work in the office today because I'm too lazy to bring my laptop home. For some reason, I was not in the best mood this morning. It's supposed to be a relaxing week in the office because we're not busy, but I don't think I know how to relax. I think I prefer busy work days when I don't notice the time.

Anyway, my frown turned into a bit of a smile when I went downstairs to grab breakfast from Bean Around The World. I got a butter croissant and a sausage roll - both could be better. Okay, that's me being nice; they're both not good.

Butter Croissant from Bean Around The World

However, the barista was friendly and provided enough social interaction for the day to give me a bit of an energy boost to write this blog.

I look forward to the rest of the day and the long weekend. I do not have any plans whatsoever, and I am excited to do nothing days.

I'm writing this on my phone, and it will be published as is. Will edit it when I get home.

Thursday, September 28, 2023

Golden Original Wings and Red Chak-Chak Fries from bb.q Chicken

It's Thursday, which means company-paid team lunch and the chosen cuisine for this week is Korean. My colleague and I went for Korean fried chicken from bb.q Chicken, a restaurant brand from South Korea.

I ordered the Golden Original Wings, and we got Red Chak Chak Fries for sharing.

Golden Original Wings from bb.q Chicken
Korean fried chicken at its best. Juicy and tender inside, light and crispy outside

It's difficult to screw up Korean fried chicken, and the Golden Original Wings delivers. It has enough crisp on the outside and juicy inside. Of course, I fell in love with the Chak Chak Fries. It's flavourful and spicy. As I grew older, I stopped craving spicy food just for the sake of the heat with little to no flavour. The Chak Chak Fries is perfectly seasoned with just the right amount of heat.

For amusement, below is a list of our team lunches so far.

Week Number:

  1. Brazilian: Boteco Brasil
  2. Chicken: Nando's
  3. Japanese: SUSHI UOmo Japanese Restaurant
  4. Bagel: Rosemary Rocksalt
  5. Thai: Thai Away Home
  6. Bagel (but we went for sandwiches): Meat & Bread
  7. Pies: Peaked Pies
  1. Comfort Food: Nene Chicken
  2. Burger: Five Guys Burgers & Fries
  3. Italian: The Old Spaghetti Factory
  4. Vietnamese: Pholicious
  5. Japanese: Tokyo in April
  6. Korean: bb.q Chicken

The Mighty McMuffin from McDonald's Canada

Happy Thursday! I left home earlier than usual today, and surprisingly, the bus I took stopped way earlier and did not proceed until the end of its route, so I decided to walk the rest of the way to the office and spotted McDonald's

Mighty McMuffin from McDonald's Canada
Get a double portion of hickory-smoked bacon plus a freshly cracked Canada Grade A egg, processed cheddar cheese and savoury sausage on a toasted English muffin. A mighty eat to rid you of your mighty hunger.

They are promoting The Mighty McMuffin. It is essentially if the Sausage 'N Egg McMuffin and Bacon 'N Egg McMuffin had an older bigger sibling. It has sausage, bacon, and egg between soft toasted English muffins.

Sunday, September 24, 2023

Oreo Fiesta Signature Bubble Waffle from Crema Ice Cream food truck

After a spicy lunch at The Frying Pan, my husband requested we get ice cream to cool down. We spotted the Crema Ice Cream food truck and got the Oreo Fiesta Signature Bubble Waffle.

We chose a scoop of chocolate ganache to come with the bubble waffle and topped it with M&M, sprinkles, and Oreo pieces.

Oreo Fiesta Signature Bubble Waffle from Crema Ice Cream food truck
Choice of ice cream (chocolate ganache), bubble waffle, M&Ms, sprinkles, and Oreo pieces

I prefer the S'More Signature Bubble Waffle we tried previously because it has a more varying texture. However, the chocolate ganache is the best chocolate ice cream I've had in Vancouver. It's not overly sweet, and I love the solid chocolatey flavour.

Car Free Day in Denman Street is our last summer event; ending it with delicious ice cream is the way to go.

Nashville meets Korean Fried Chicken in The Frying Pan

As we continued our afternoon on Denman Street for Car Free Day, I searched Google Maps for restaurant recommendations. I search for restaurants sorted by distance filtered by open now and above 4.5 stars. The first suggestion is Frying Pan Denman. They are known for serving Nashville x Korean style hot fried chicken sandwiches and started as a food truck.

I have a confession: hubby, and I love watching Korean dramas, and we're binge-watching My Lovely Liar on Viki. The male and female lead eat Korean fried chicken at 3 AM while watching the Manchester United and Liverpool games. It's such a perfect timing suggestion that I get to each fried chicken right now, too.

The Frying Pan

From the extensive menu, we chose three things: the Dirty Hot Chicken Fries (medium hot spice level), half original chicken bites, and half Korean Yang Nyeom chicken bites.

Half Original Chicken Bites from The Frying Pan

We took a piece each from the two chicken bites and packed the rest to enjoy at home. Both have the expected crispy exterior and juicy interior. The original is your classic Korean fried chicken, while the Yang Nyeom has the perfect balance of savoury with a hint of sweet and spicy flavour.

Yang Nyeom Chicken Bite from The Frying Pan

We decided to finish the Dirty Hot Chicken Fries in the restaurant. It's waffle fries topped with slices of tender and juicy chicken breast and drizzled with spicy mayo for heat, teriyaki sauce for sweetness, and cheese for slight saltiness. No wonder it's one of their recommended dishes because it's perfect.

Dirty Hot Chicken Fries from The Frying Pan
Waffle fries, house teriyaki sauce, spicy mayo, cheese, green onion, chicken breast, slaw and pickles.

I am so happy that events like Car Free Day exist because they allow me to enjoy and explore neighbourhoods I usually wouldn't go to.

Street Tacos from TAPS and TACOS food truck

After my husband finished the Under Armour Eastside 10k, we slowly walked to Denman Street for Car Free Day. The same foodie rules apply where we prioritize food trucks we have yet to try, which means getting four different street tacos from TAPS and TACOS food truck.

First up is the pork carnitas taco. The spicy allure of salsa roja danced with the savoury pork carnitas.

Then, we took a bite of a roasted jackfruit taco. A surprising and delightful vegetarian option, the roasted jackfruit taco boasted the smoky allure of salsa Morita.

Afterwards, we enjoyed the delightful blend of tender meat and a kick of salsa Morita of the roasted chicken taco. The shredded succulent roasted chicken is perfect. I recommend this one.

Street Tacos from TAPS and TACOS food truck

Last but not necessarily the least is the braised beef tacos. It is adorned with vibrant salsa verde, promising a zesty adventure. The melt-in-your-mouth tenderness of the beef combined with the tangy salsa and the crispness of onion and cilantro.

One noteworthy aspect of TAPS and TACOS' presentation was their consideration of diners. They provided multiple tortillas for each taco, ensuring that the delicious contents remained firmly within the bounds of the tortilla, preventing any spills and allowing us to savour every bite to the fullest.

Mocha and Butter Croissant from Monaco Café

On this unexpectedly clear and beautiful Sunday morning in Vancouver, I found myself at Monaco Café, savouring a quiet coffee date with myself while my husband tackled the Under Armour Eastside 10k 2023.

I ordered a delightful trio: a medium mocha, a butter croissant, and a sausage roll. Let's dive into the flavours:

The sausage roll was a savoury delight, featuring a juicy hotdog nestled within layers of flaky pastry. Each bite was a satisfying combination of flavours and textures.

Turning my attention to the croissant, I discovered a pastry perfection. Soft, flaky, and wonderfully buttery, it checked all the boxes for a great croissant. The only thing that could have elevated it further was a touch of warmth. However, the oversight might have been mine as I forgot to request it from the barista. 😅

Butter croissant, medium mocha, and sausage roll for breakfast at Monaco Café

As for my mocha, it was nothing short of perfection. Imagine a warm morning hug crafted from the sweet embrace of chocolate with a gentle undertone of rich, slightly bitter coffee. In every sip, I felt grateful for life's many blessings, from the beautiful morning weather to the simple joys in between.

Saturday, September 23, 2023

Pumpkin Spice Latte: A Fall Delight at Blenz Coffee

After a delightful day indulging in Latin American cuisine at the Culture Day event organized by Pacific Arts Market, we decided to unwind at Blenz Coffee, conveniently located on West Broadway and Maple, before heading to Mass. Our choices for the evening included the classic Pumpkin Spice Latte, the intriguing Blue Latte, and a delightful Tahitian Vanilla Bean Dacaron for dessert.

Latte Date at Blenz

Pumpkin Spice has become synonymous with the flavours of fall in North America, yet it remains somewhat elusive to describe. The Pumpkin Spice Latte at Blenz greeted us with its rich, aromatic pumpkin spice aroma. Still, its taste was akin to a regular latte, leaving us curious about its seasonal allure.

Pumpkin Spice Latte from Blenz Coffee

On the other hand, the Blue Latte not only captivated the eyes with its vibrant hue caused by the Butterly Pea Flower but also surprised our taste buds with a subtle herbal note.

Blue Latte from Blenz Coffee

Saving the best for last, the Tahitian Vanilla Bean Dacaron was a delightful conclusion to our coffee break. Among the Dacaron varieties we've sampled, this one stood out as the sweetest, with its rich vanilla flavour harmonizing perfectly with the unique texture of this delectable dessert.

Tahitian Vanilla Bean Dacaron from Blenz Coffee

For more on our Dacaron adventures, be sure to check out our dedicated blog post. As we sipped our lattes and savoured our treats, our evening at Blenz Coffee offered a delightful pause amid our busy day.

BC Culture Days Latin America at Pacific Arts Market, Vancouver

Greetings on this rainy Saturday! I am fortunate to reside just a few blocks from Pacific Arts Market. This establishment has recently delighted us with its vibrant events (see Vancouver Night Market), especially those featuring delectable culinary offerings.

Today, our rendezvous at Pacific Arts revolves around celebrating Latin America's rich and diverse flavours. Needless to say, I'm here to savour every delightful dish presented by the participating vendors. We arrived in the area at around 2:30 in the afternoon, and based on earlier pictures, some vendors had already left.

Taquitos from Lita's Mexican Food

Our gastronomic expedition starts at Lita's Mexican food, where the enticing aroma of taquitos beckons. These little gems sport a crispy exterior, and the hot sauce makes it perfect on this chilly day.

Chicken Taquitos from Lita's Mexican Food

If you don't know, taquitos are a popular Mexican dish, often served as finger foods or appetizers. These cheese and meat-filled tortillas are typically deep-fried until they become crispy and golden brown. Lita's taquitos are available in grocery stores, so go check them out.

Mote con Chicharrón from La Yapa

We're venturing into uncharted culinary territory as we try Ecuadorian cuisine for the first time at La Yapa. We picked two delectable choices: the Mote Con Chicharrón and Guagua de Pan.

The Mote con Chicharrón is a revelation. It features mote (hominy), which is corn that has been treated with an alkali to remove the outer hull, causing the corn kernels to puff up and have a soft, chewy texture. It serves as the base for the chicharrón (fried pieces of pork). It is fatty, juicy, and oh-so succulent, harmonizing perfectly with the tender corn.

Mote con Chicharrón from La Yapa

Meanwhile, guagua de pan is a traditional Ecuadorian sweet bread decorated with coloured icing. The bread is slightly firmer than expected and likely became stale due to the cold and rainy weather. I wish I could try this fresh from the oven.

Guagua de Pan from La Yapa

Beef Quesadillas from Mi Casa Cucina Mexicana

Prepare yourself, for what I'm about to share is nothing short of a culinary epiphany. Mi Casa Cucina Mexicana serves up what can only be described as the pinnacle of Mexican beef in Vancouver.

Beef Quesadillas from Mi Casa Cucina Mexicana

The beef is tender, juicy, and bursting with flavour and placed upon a warm tortilla covered with melted cheese. It's a symphony of taste that I can't wait to revisit at their location on the corner of 4th Avenue and Burrard and perhaps again on Cinco de Mayo.

Tamales from Jicama y Perejil

This is my second time trying tamales (a traditional Mesoamerican dish made of masa that is filled with various ingredients, wrapped in a corn husk, and then steamed or boiled), and the first time was also because of a Pacific Arts event. I chose tender chicken enveloped by a tamale's embrace.

Chicken Tamales from Jicama y Perejil

While the chicken's tender is undeniable, the texture of the corn gives pause, exhibiting an unexpected grittiness. Moreover, I know tamales need to be served hot, but this is not warm enough to melt the cheese on top.

Nachos from TACO'N Todo food truck

I have a mild obsession with food trucks and have made a checklist of food trucks in Vancouver.

Beef Nachos from TACO'N Todo food truck

I ordered nachos topped with beef and was pleasantly shocked at the serving size. It's good enough for three people, and we manage to conquer it as a duo. The nacho chips, a personal weakness, deliver pure satisfaction, making this dish a resounding success.

After our food adventure, we make our way to church for the 5 PM Anticipated Mass, and I find myself writing this post inside Blenz Coffee at the corner of West Broadway and Maple. I will edit it at home later this evening.

Thursday, September 21, 2023

Customizable Lunch Bento Box from Tokyo in April Restaurant Vancouver

It was a picturesque Thursday with clear skies and sunshine, setting the perfect backdrop for our team's Japanese-themed lunch outing. Our destination was Tokyo in April, a highly-rated Japanese restaurant conveniently located nearby.

Tokyo in April offers a unique lunch experience with its customizable bento boxes. For my selection, I crafted a satisfying ensemble: spicy miso soup, teriyaki beef over rice, a spring mix salad, chicken karaage, and a salmon & avocado roll.

My Custom Bento Box from Tokyo in April

The spicy miso soup was a standout, boasting a balanced flavour profile that wasn't excessively salty but wonderfully savoury. The only hiccup in our culinary journey was the spring mix salad, which arrived unadorned with dressing, seemingly forgotten. Nevertheless, I embraced the opportunity to infuse some greens into my meal.

Spicy Miso Soup that's part of my bento box from Tokyo in April

The teriyaki beef over rice pleasantly surprised me with its sweeter notes, while the salmon and avocado roll showcased the delicate harmony between velvety salmon and creamy avocado. To elevate the roll further, a textural contrast element could be considered, though it still delivered an excellent taste.

Saving the best for last, the unassuming appearance of the chicken karaage belied its bold flavours. Well-seasoned, with a juicy and tender interior encased in a delightfully crispy exterior, it left an indelible impression. I eagerly anticipate indulging in this flavorful dish again on future visits.

If you find yourself near International Village, stop by Tokyo in April for their unique bento box experience.

For my amusement, below is a list of our team lunch so far.

Week Number:

  1. Brazilian: Boteco Brasil
  2. Chicken: Nando's
  3. Japanese: SUSHI UOmo Japanese Restaurant
  4. Bagel: Rosemary Rocksalt
  5. Thai: Thai Away Home
  6. Bagel (but we went for sandwiches): Meat & Bread
  1. Pies: Peaked Pies
  2. Comfort Food: Nene Chicken
  3. Burger: Five Guys Burgers & Fries
  4. Italian: The Old Spaghetti Factory
  5. Vietnamese: Pholicious
  6. Japanese: Tokyo in April

Sunday, September 17, 2023

Chocoholic Cheesecake from Trees Organic

We're a creature of habit. After having lunch at Suika, we always go to nearby Trees Organic at their West Broadway and Fir Street location.

We have tried most of their flavours and one of the few classic flavours left is the Chocoholic Cheesecake.

Chocoholic Cheesecake from Trees Organic

I love the smooth creamy texture of cheesecake as it is a great contrast to the chocolate crumb crust. Adding milk and dark chocolate to the cheesecake is a chocolate lovers dream.

List of Seasonal Cheesecake from Trees Cheesecake + Organic Coffee

Below is a list of the seasonal cheesecakes we have tried from Trees arranged alphabetically.

List of Cheesecake from Trees Cheesecake + Organic Coffee

Below is a list of cheesecakes from Trees that are always available.

Prawn and Mushroom Creamy Udon from Suika

Happy Sunday! After Mass today, we enjoyed a pancake breakfast by the Knights of Columbus. Then, we walked to the Kitsilano Farmers Market just to window shop.

At 11:35 AM, our lunch adventure took us to Suika, a beloved Vancouver restaurant close to my heart. Without fail, I gravitate towards two favourites on their menu: the Signature Beef Curry with Tonkatsu topping and the irresistible Chicken Dashi Karaage.

Signature Beef Curry with Tonkatsu topping

This is the best Japanese curry in Vancouver. The rich curry sauce spiced to perfection forms the base of this personal favourite. It's generously seasoned with aromatic spices that evoke a comforting warmth. I absolutely love the shredded tender beef in the curry sauce.

Signature Beef Curry with Tonkatsu from Suika
Suika original stewed beef tendon curry with pork loin cutlet

I always choose the tonkatsu as my topping. It is a crispy, golden-fried pork cutlet that adds a delightful crunch. It provides a lovely contrast: the tender, succulent pork inside and the satisfying crispy coating outside covered in the best beef curry sauce.

Chicken Dashi Karaage

Suika has mastered the art of balancing juiciness and crispness with their Chicken Dashi Karaage. Each piece of chicken is an explosion of succulent, tender meat encased in a crispy, golden-brown shell. Yum!

Chicken Dashi Karaage from Suika
Juicy deep-fried chicken thigh, crispy on the outside and filled with rich dashi shoyu flavour

Prawn and Mushroom Creamy Udon

While I stuck to my usual order, my husband chose from Suika's Chef Special menu and picked the Prawn and Mushroom Creamy Udon.

Prawn and Mushroom Creamy Udon from Suika
Udon noodle pan fried in a creamy seaweed sauce and served with garlic prawns and mushrooms.

The udon noodles are chewy, and the creamy seaweed sauce clings to it nicely. Meanwhile, the prawns have a subtle sweetness, while the mushrooms add their own earthy flavour.

I am joyful to be back at Suika. In the past years, we would visit here once a month, but with so many restaurants opening up, we've only been here once a quarter this year.

Saturday, September 16, 2023

Snickerdoodle Cookie Dough Blizzard from Dairy Queen

As our vibrant stroll through Main Street's Car Free Day came to a close, we couldn't resist the allure of indulging in some delightful desserts to cap off our culinary adventure and get relief from the summer heat. Our sweet journey led us to Dairy Queen, where we faced a dessert dilemma—two limited edition Blizzards, each promising a unique flavour experience.

Our first choice, the Snickerdoodle Cookie Dough Blizzard, held the promise of a dessert imbued with the nostalgic flavours of Snickerdoodle cookies. However, this Blizzard turned out to be a surprise of a different kind.

Upon the first spoonful, it became apparent that cinnamon was the dominant player in this dessert. While some may relish the warm, comforting embrace of cinnamon, it overshadowed the other elements of the treat, leaving me yearning for a more balanced flavour profile.

Snickerdoodle Cookie Dough Blizzard® Treat from Dairy Queen
Find sugar, spice, and everything nice blended into our Snickerdoodle Cookie Dough Blizzard® Treat.

I hated it so much that I needed a different Blizzard and got a Reese's Peanut Butter Cup Pie. This delectable creation celebrated peanut butter's rich and creamy allure, harmonizing it with the irresistible appeal of Reese's Peanut Butter Cups.

REESE'S® Peanut Butter Cup Pie Blizzard® Treat from Dairy Queen
A little salty, a little sweet - satisfy your pie craving with this treat.

With each spoonful, I revelled in the decadent blend of velvety peanut butter and the satisfying crunch of the chocolate cups. It was a symphony of textures and tastes that made me smile.

Below is a list of Blizzard Treats from Dairy Queen that we have tried.

Lemongrass Beef Bánh Mì from Camion Cafe food truck (includes menu)

Nestled amidst the vibrant festivities of Car Free Day on Main Street, we stumbled upon Camion Cafe, a delightful food truck specializing in Vietnamese cuisine, specifically bánh mì. We decided to give their Lemongrass Bánh Mì and spring roll a try.

Lemongrass Beef Bánh Mì from Camion Cafe
Lemongrass beef, ginger garlic marinade, mayo cucumber, jalapeno, daikon & carrot pickles, and cilantro.

At first glance, the crusty demi-baguette encasing the bánh mì appears too hardy, but beneath this textural exterior lies the star: the lemongrass-infused beef. It's so tender and succulent.

Lemongrass Beef Bánh Mì from Camion Cafe
Lemongrass beef, ginger garlic marinade, mayo cucumber, jalapeno, daikon & carrot pickles, and cilantro.

In contrast to the savoury beef, the cucumber contributed a crispy crunch. At the same time, the jalapeno adds a subtle kick of heat, and the daikon & carrot pickles offer a sweet and tangy contrast that helps cut through the meat's richness.

Spring Rolls from Camion Cafe

We also savoured one of Camion Cafe's spring rolls to complete our culinary exploration. It exhibited a harmonious blend of textures: crispy on the outside and tender and flavorful within.

Camion Cafe food truck menu

Shawarma and Dolmades from Shawarma Time Truck (with menu)

I just love Car Free Day on Main Street. My husband and I made a pact to prioritize food stalls without a physical store and food trucks that we have yet to try.

As we continued our stroll along Main Street, we spotted Shawarma Time Truck. I eagerly ordered one beef shawarma wrap and a side of dolmades, a Mediterranean delight I've adored (thanks to Super Dishes Egyptian Halal Cuisine).

First up were the Dolmades, and they lived up to my high expectations. These delicate parcels, made with vine leaves stuffed with a flavorful mixture of rice, herbs, and spices, were a testament to the artistry of Mediterranean cuisine. Each bite was a burst of savoury, tangy, zesty goodness, and I savoured every one.

4 Pieces of Dolmades from Shawarma Time Truck
Grape vine leaves, stuffed with delicious rice, shaped into little rolls

The beef shawarma wrap had its own charm. The tender slices of beef were generously seasoned and spiced, delivering that signature shawarma flavour. However, it leaned slightly on the saltier side, a touch more than I prefer. Nonetheless, it was a satisfying experience.

Beef Shawarma Wrap from Shawarma Time Truck
Fresh-cut beef shawarma with tahini spreads and your choice of toppings and sauces

Shawarma Time Truck Menu

Below is a picture of the Shawarma Time Truck menu.

Shawarma Time Truck menu

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