365 scouts out the best summer patios for views and brews in Richmond.
There’s more than one kind of market in Richmond, and this one’s packed with farm fresh produce, gourmet preserves, specialty sauces, barbecue fixings and berry-infused honey. Not to mention the handmade pastries and artisanal chocolates that might not make it home (market shopping is hungry work).
Pan-shaved Ice Cream (what?!), Mango Crêpe Cakes, Slavic Rolls, Amazebuns and more—we scouted both of Richmond’s night markets to come up with the ultimate hit list of night market sweets.
The next time mom or dad says, “Eat your vegetables,” maybe you can suggest a bean pastry, radish waffle, or slice of sweet potato cake instead?
Fight the West Coast heatwave with screamers, shaved-ice frappes and every flavour of gelato. 365 investigates to find five of Richmond’s top spots for cold treats and what to try.
Don’t let the flashy decor and Hello Kitty dinnerware fool you, Chamonix’s menu is a serious contender for best Taiwanese in the city.
We talk to the family-owned restaurant in Richmond about traditional Hakka food and learn how to make Hakka-style Pineapple and Cashew Fried Rice.
This week we go beyond bubble tea with this taste-testing excursion through Richmond’s other top Asian beverages.
Hooray! It’s night market season! 365 sent writer Tara Lee to uncover all the best new dishes and old favourites that you’ve got to try at the Richmond Night Market this summer.