PRIME TIME Miku to launch new signature aburi experience with Aburi Prime

  When Aburi Restaurants’ Miku (70-200 Granville Street) first introduced its aburi “flame-seared” technique to Vancouver in 2008, guests were curious and became enamoured with the new sushi concept through word-of-mouth. Now, aburi is a word synonymous with Miku, and aburi oshi “pressed” sushi is a ubiquitous part of Vancouver’s Japanese restaurant scene. On December…

SPIRITS OF JAPAN 2016 Fundraising Tasting Event hosted by Tonari Gumi

  Come join Tonari Gumi’s (The The Japanese Canadian Volunteers Association) popular tasting event, now in its 15th year at the grand ballroom of The Coast Coal Harbour Hotel, featuring a wide range of sake and spirits in ‘spirit’ to Japan and the Japanese Community. Experience products from Artisan Sake Maker, Axis Planning, CMC Sake + Wine Merchants, Jizake Japan, Kanaya…

#FridayFavourites – things to do in Vancouver

  Celebrated Pastry Chef Tamera Clark Returns Home to   Sip, Savour and Celebrate at the 2016 Fest of Ale   ROSEWOOD HOTEL GEORGIA ANNOUNCES REOPENING OF REFLECTIONS   PAELLA DAYS: BOULEVARD KITCHEN & OYSTER BAR ADDS NEW CHAPTER   FINE FOOD and FISHY FRIVOLITY   EarthBites Long Table events at Rocky Mountain Flatbread  …

Miku Restaurant introduces modern take on traditional Japanese Kaiseki

  THOUGHTFUL JAPANESE DINING Miku Restaurant introduces modern take on traditional Japanese Kaiseki Experience the nuances of traditional Japanese multi-course dining as Coal Harbour’s Miku Restaurant (70-200 Granville Street, Granville Square) introduces three Kaiseki-inspired menus. Considered an art form, Kaiseki combines meticulous preparation, beautiful presentation, and an air of mystery in one memorable meal. “We wanted to…