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Visiting and needing specific Vancouver Eats

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Visiting and needing specific Vancouver Eats

rolandyung | Mar 14, 2010 08:22 PM

Visiting Vancouver/Richmond in April and need some recs for some places to chow. We come every year for about a week and have found some favorites, but wondering if some new ones have popped up.

Looking for...

XLB (I know there is always a lot of discussion around this)
Taiwanese Breakfast (You Tiao, Soybean Milk, Siao Bing, etc, We liked Double Double Wonton before they burned)
Beef Noodle Soup (Pulled or knife cut noodles, Taiwanese style)
Mid-priced high quality Sushi (doesn't have to be fancy, but of the higher quality)
Chinese bakery for a Birthday Cake
Non-Asian Fresh Seafood (Not fancy, just somewhere that knows how to good grilled halibut)
Chinese bakery for baked goods (BBQ Pork Bun, Pork Sung Bun, etc
Fish and Chips
Cantonese food for a party of 10 between $250 - $300 (Please included Vancouver)
Dim Sum
Best Muffins
Gelato

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