In celebration of this fifteen-year milestone, Coast is offering $15 seafood tasting plates for 15 days between September 3rd to 18th at 12pm to 6pm. Coast Restaraunt located on Alberni Street is celebrating their 15th Year Anniversary with a special menu between September 3rd to […]
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The 10 day long ‘Go Blue on South Granville’ culinary event quickly wrapped up July 28 at The Rise Eastery. For this year’s fresh blueberry season, the British Columbia Blueberry Council (BCBC) teamed up with the South Granville Business Improvement Association (SGBIA) to celebrate all […]
It’s that special time again at Famoso Neapolitan Pizzeria ! Every year around this time, Famoso shows celebrates Guest Appreciation Month throughout January.
Visit any of Famoso’s 29 locations across Canada – Alberta, British Columbia, Ontario, Saskatchewan (including the new Rochdale location!) before January 21st and receive an exclusive invitation to Gratitude Week, from January 22nd to 26th, and the chance to win free pizza for a year!
All you got to do is bring your invitation back to Famoso during Gratitude Week from January 22-26 and get 50% off your entire food bill! That’s right, pay pay only half of what you eat!
WANT PIZZA FOR A YEAR?!
Learn more (and enter to win free pizza if you already have an invitation) at famoso.ca/thankyou
But wait! Let me sweeten the deal even more for you!
WANT TO WIN $100 GIFT CARD TO FAMOSO?
To enter this amazing giveaway, you must be Canadian resident (13+ years of age). Complete the following. Your chances increases the more items you complete and the more social media platforms you follow. Good Luck! DEADLINE: Jan 21st, 2017 11:59pm PST
Follow @instanomss for more details!
Congrats Dave K.
About Famoso Neapolitan Pizzeria
They are known for their Naples style pizzas using authentic ingredients to create their Neapolitan pizzas.
- TOMATOES are imported from Campania. Hand-mill them before the oven caramelizes them to perfection.
- FIOR-DI-LATTE is 100% Canadian cow’s milk mozzarella. Invented in Naples, this cheese is rich and creamy.
- BASIL is hand-torn and is the Italian herb topping on many dishes.
- FLOUR is highly refined and low-gluten, making for easy digestion and endless enjoyment. ‘00’ Flour produces an amazingly soft yet crispy pizza crust.
- PIZZAS are hand-tossed by our expert team of Pizzaiolos – pizza-makers trained by Famoso’s certified founders – then fired in an authentic bell-shaped oven imported from Italy for 90 seconds at 900ºF.
Famoso Neapolitan Pizzeria
Cuisine: Italian, Pizzeria
image credit: Famoso
This post is sponsored. All opinions are my own.
Darjeling, Ceylon, Pu Erh? Devonshire cream, finger sandwiches, desserts? What do all these have in common with pinkies up? My dear, you are indulging on high-tea. When it comes to high tea, often we think of Kerrisdale’s Faubourg, Secret Garden, Adonia Teahouse or […]
If you think Dine Out Vancouver is / not exciting enough already… To coincide with all the foodies events, there is also the Hot Chocolate Festival happening around town. This year there are six Vancouver chocolatier participates and one gelato maker: Everyday each participates stir […]
The original restaurant Cafe D’Lite 椰樹林is located on West Broadway near UBC. It has been awhile and I almost forgot about this place since my university days are over (and even before, I only knew how to get there and not by the name itself).
Cafe D’Lite Express is a sister “restaurant” located inside Aberdeen Centre Food Court – although the original shop still surpasses; this express isn’t too shabby!
Famous for their boneless Hananiese chicken and rice; they are juicy, tender, and well seasoned. This place does live up to the hype unlike Jethro’s Fine Grub.
As mentioned before the Hananiese chicken is juicy and delicious especially when you don’t have to gnaw at the bones. The rice is pretty well seasoned too and isnt too oily. Overall a solid dish. Only time missing is some minced ginger and green onion sauce! It is so delicious to mix into your rice
The broth is very flavorful. It is a strong coconut based curry soup with sambal chili paste and also includes bean curd puffs and bean sprout garnishes. However, it would’ve been nice if it was slightly more spicy. But I understand not everyone can handle that. The noodles itself has a twist of added texture – both vermicelli and regular egg noodles.
Would I return? For sure! Ten bucks gets me a meal plus a ice lemon tea; sounds pretty good. Besides, it seems like a better alternative from oily food court grub…
Cafe D’Lite Express 椰樹林 (Aberdeen Centre)
Cuisine: Malaysian, Singaporean, Food Court
Mon-Wed: 11:00am – 7:00pm
Thur-Sat: 11:00am – 9:00pm
Sun & Holiday: 11:00am – 7:00pm
Unit 3210 – 4151 Hazelbridge Way
Cafe D’Lite 椰樹林
3144 W Broadway