After Dinesty, Sean, Nic, Craig, Cliff, and I decided to check out the new Qoola location on Robson at Bute. This is a small frozen yogurt shop which offers 8 flavours (if memory serves me right; it might be 10) and a bunch of toppings. They didn’t have much variety, and they also require the cashier’s assistance to sample the different frozen yogurt flavours.
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So apparently the VGVA boys love this place. It’s been our post-volleyball dinner location twice already this month. The first time I went, I was joined by Sean, Josh, Rick, Nic, Cliff, and Craig. The second time, it was Nic, Rick, Josh, Fraser, Sean, Cliff, Craig, and me. Located on Robson off Bidwell, this is a medium/large sized restaurant and a fairly convenient location for our post-volleyball gathering. The first time we went, we got seated right away. The second time we went, we were initially given a 30 minute waiting estimate, but halfway through, they realized we had 8 people instead of 7, and offered us a private room.
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Pan, Ryan, and I stopped by Umeda Japanese Cuisine for dinner before badminton. Umeda is a medium/large family restaurant on Granville between Davie and Helmcken. It wasn’t too busy when we went in, so we were able to be seated immediately. It looks like the restaurant can handle decent sized groups–I would say up 16 people if I had to guess.
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Kelvin and I stopped by Curry Fusion for a late dinner after watching Ex Machina at Cineplex Odeon. I’ve heard good things about this restaurant, and I was excited to check it out. It’s only a small shop on Robson between Richards and Seymour, and the food is pre-made and displayed in a warmer at the front. Because the shop is so small, it’s not a full service place, and you may need to clear off your table before sitting down to eat.
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After dinner at The Mexican, Pan, Quan, Andrew, and I stopped by Dairy Queen for dessert because I really wanted to try the Jurassic Smash blizzard. We stopped at the location on Robson between Homer and Richards. This store is small and doesn’t have much room for sitting, but it wasn’t busy, and we got our food back pretty quickly.
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Andrew, Pan, Quan, and I stopped by The Mexican for dinner before badminton. The Mexican is a medium sized restaurant located on Granville between Helmcken and Nelson. When we arrived, it wasn’t busy at all, but by the time we were finished eating, there was a line up at the door.
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There’s not too many food options at BCIT during the summer. Fortunately, the Austen Grill is open for quick burritos in the SE1 building. So one day for lunch, I headed there for lunch with Jordan, Alec, and Naoya.
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