4298 Main Street, Vancouver Tel: (604) 620-0602 Web: http://ilovechickpea.ca/ Twitter @ILoveChickpea Instagram @ilovechickpea Advice: Walkins welcome. With it’s focus on Middle Eastern cuisine that is 100% plant based, owners Rotem Tal and Itamar Shani have created a great vibe at their Eastside eatery.
On the weekends brunch is undoubtedly the most important meal of the day, and Vancouver sure loves to brunch. From a plant-based newcomer to some decadent fresh options, here are five brunches to check out right now in Vancouver.
Whether you’re looking to dive into a healthier lifestyle or are just straight up hungry, Vancouver’s vegan-friendly restaurants boast a variety of fresh and totally delicious flavors that are sure to please all palates. Trust us, eating vegan is way more than just salad, see for yourself: 1.
Vegetarian eats have become the norm in Vancouver, and whether they are new or have been around for decades, this city’s got a plethora of stellar must-try establishments with veggie-centric menus. Here are 13 essential vegetarian restaurants in Vancouver. They’re cooking using the best of the season at Vancouver’s elegant The Acorn, so their menu is always evolving with the calendar.
Vancouver, I have a confession. Up until this week, I had never tried I Love Chickpea at their amazing food truck (I know, it’s shocking and quite unforgivable). It’s true. For some reason, I had never had the opportunity to try the infamous food truck food that people like Erin Ireland and The Juice Truck boys would rave over.
There’s never been a better time to be vegan in Vancouver, thanks to a steadily increasing number of plant-based dishes, or entire restaurants, bringing the animal-free deliciousness. Here are 8 vegan eats and treats in Vancouver you need to get in your belly right now. Haven’t hit up What’s Up?
The restaurants of Vancouver are changing faster than I can get to them. The list of new exciting places to try is growing so much that I already can’t wait for my next column! Chef Angus An is already at the helm of some of Vancouver’s best restaurants including Maenam and Fat Mao.
by Willem Thomas VANCOUVER – The chickpea is a hard-working little legume, having been a versatile addition to Middle Eastern and Mediterranean diets for thousands of years before finding it’s way into western dishes.