Empty tin cans on each table are a throwback to Vietnamese history.
Most parents dread that scenario: their kids tossing the food they so lovingly (if rushingly) packed for them in favour of a bag of chips and a Snapple.
What makes it any different from other shops, you might ask?
The chef and social entrepreneur believes in giving something back.
These fabric jar covers make home-brewing and leftover-stashing a cinch.
Consider this a crash-course in the fermented beverage that's taking Vancouver by storm.
With sufficient planning and a great deal of thought, it’s possible to enjoy a gourmet meal at Vancouver’s grandest pop-up picnic.
If you’re squeamish about raw oysters, opt for the fried version.
The summer food event takes place at Olympic Village this weekend (August 6 and 7).
Writer Kate Wilson samples the weirdest things in the city.