If ever there were a perfect time for a chilled seafood tower, served with a refreshing raspberry mignonette cocktail sauce on the side, it’s on a particularly hot summer day. Glowbal Restaurant Group’s latest project, Riley’s Fish and Steak, brings that and more to Vancouver’s downtown waterfront.
Taking over the former Hachiro Ramen space in an unassuming stretch of small-businesses wedged between two apartment buildings, 16 West is the epitome of blink-and-you-miss-it. However, in irony number two, the food and wine there is not to be missed.
Now that Published on Main has been named Canada’s Best Restaurant, the whole country has been put on notice. This week, NUVO has linked up with the talented Stieffenhofer-Brandson to bring one of the standout dishes from Published on Main’s menu.
This week, ¿Como?’s executive chef Jacob Kent is offering NUVO readers a bit of that heat at home with his recipe for the most perfect tapa, ham croquetas.
Bar Susu, the new pop-up wine bar/restaurant venture from the team at Published, which has set up shop in Vancouver’s Mount Pleasant neighbourhood, displays remarkable culinary cohesion, even when it doesn’t quite have a defined cuisine or style.
The holidays are meant for indulging in decadent desserts and appeasing your sweet tooth every chance you get. This pomegranate crème brûlée from Black + Blue offers a festive spin on a French classic and will certainly remedy those holiday cravings.
Joanne Sasvari’s cookbook pays homage to the incredibly innovative yet down-to-earth dishes made by the city’s top chefs.
Crisp and caramelized, sophisticated and just plain delicious.
Jason Sussman and Kaeli Robinsong worked together to develop their take on the classic Mexi-Cali soup.