Posted in Dinner, Mr., Neighbourhood Gem, New Westminster, Pub, Restaurants, Sandwiches, tagged burger, fries, Moonrakers, Poutine on August 3, 2012|
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Moonrakers was my first pub. It was the first place that I became a “regular”. This visit was a reminder of how much has my life changed, and how terribly old I’ve become. And just like me, Moonrakers has come a long way since its neighbourhood dive days.
When I was just a young lad of 19, Moonrakers was a seedy little joint near where I worked. A good friend of mine lived above it. So it wasn’t long before it became our after work, after school, and after workout hangout. It was dark, shady, and often had questionable people. We loved it dearly.
The food was cheap, the portions were generous, and it had the BEST wings in town. They were crispy and moist pieces of heaven, served with sauce on the side. Rest of the menu was amazing too, I could go on and on.
Fast forward to the present, few things remain the same. (more…)
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Posted in Casual, Joyce, Lunch, Mr., Quick Service, Vancouver, tagged Bada Bing Food Truck, food cart, fries, Philly Cheesesteak on December 13, 2011|
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Taking a stroll downtown on Saturday after a night of partying (lol!), Mr. and I decided to check out one of the food trucks. We spotted Bada Bing, and yes, you know it, because of its name we couldn’t help but gave it a try!
Bada Bing Food Truck
Bada Bing’s menu is very simple. Philly cheesesteak (or chicken), rice boxes, a few options for fries, and that’s it. Great idea to keep it simple and straightforward for a food truck, versus trying to accomplish it all in such a small cooking space. Because we had a big dinner ahead of us, we only ordered a couple of things to share.
Bada Bing Menu
Turns out it was smart on us for ordering just two things. The portion size is rather decent for the price we paid. First, we picked the Philly Cheesesteak, their specialty item. It was about the size of a foot-long sandwich, with a generous serving of meat. The sandwich also comes with melted Monterey Jack Cheese, grilled onions and green peppers. You have to dress the sandwich yourself among choices such as BBQ sauce, teriyaki sauce and honey mustard sauce. (more…)
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