Rea­sons to Love Vancouver

Be­cause we can eat takoy­aki and pota­toes on a stick and eel jerky and mini dough­nuts all in one night.

Vancouver Magazine - - June -

Eat­ing our way through the Night Mar­ket.

Yes, the an­nual Rich­mond Night Mar­ket fea­tures live dance per­for­mances and rows of too-cheap-to-pass-up tchotchkes, but the food o er­ings are al­ways the main at­trac­tion. The brave test the lim­its of the hu­man ap­petite, pil­ing pa­per plates with crispy grilled squid, steam­ing bean-lled sh-shaped waes, and chicken karaage; the smart bring hun­gry friends with whom to share their deep-fried riches. It may not bill it­self as a food fes­ti­val but here, un­der the open sky, awaits a ver­i­ta­ble United Na­tions of snacks—thai-style milk tea, matcha-ice-cream bao sand­wiches, lamb ke­babs and soft-shell crab tacos, all wait­ing to win your heart. Rich­mond Night Mar­ket opens May 11, rich­mond­night­mar­ket.com

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