It was another fun night of attending Vancouver Foodster’s Tasting Plates West End edition. Attendees visited 6 participating establishments which included Japanese, Moroccan and South Indian cuisine as well as burgers, sandwiches, pie, kombucha, coffee and more. Here’s a recap of the evening.
The evening started off with choice of Espresso or Americano at Milano Coffee.
Address: 849 Denman Street, Vancouver
Newly opened Japanese izakaya, Izakaya Gon’s, presented an array of dishes including Aburi Unagi Oshi- Sushi, Inari Sushi, Premium Waugh Beef Carpaccio, and Seasonal Veggie Mixed Tempura.
Address: 854 Denman Street, Vancouver
Pasture to Plate
Pasture to Plate is a certified organic, biodynamic, ranch-owned, exclusively whole animal butcher shop. Attendees tried their special beef burger with a 3oz certified organic grass-fed marinated beef patty, crispy house-cured bacon, tomato, lettuce, house-made sauces and a sunny side quail egg on special house-made sweet potato bun. The burger was paired with Ethical Soda Kombucha.
Morrocan creperie, Casablanca Crepe, presented a platter with the following: Moroccan beef couscous topped with caramelized raisins; homemade cheese; Cheesecake Crepe; homemade macaron; Madeline; and spiced Moroccan coffee or mint tea.
Address: 1610 Robson St, unit 108, Vancouver
Davie Dosa Company
Davie Dosa Company, which specializes in Southern Cuisine cuisine, presented pakoras (fish and vegetable), cottage cheese, and cauliflower.
Davie Dosa Company
Address: 1235 Davie Street, Vancouver
Tartine Bread & Pies
Davie bakery, Tartine Bread & Pies, offered a Santa Fe Club sandwich with side house-made coleslaw and rhubarb pie served with a scoop of vanilla ice cream.
Tartine Bread and Pies
Address:1069 Davie Street, Vancouver
To find out more about Tasting Plates, visit tastingplatesyvr.com