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November 17, 2009 – 18:30
If you’re up to date with any of Vancouver’s food industry, you should know by now that Fuel on W4th is closing at the end of this month, Nov 29th to be exact.
Our 3 year anniversary is fast approaching and we have truly enjoyed the time we have had taking care of you all. Our ultimate goal is to see you all more often, and in order to achieve that, we have decided to make a significant change to our landscape here at Fuel.
Sunday November 29th will be our last service as Fuel Restaurant. We will close for two days and re-open for business on December 2nd as a neighborhood restaurant and bar specializing in Casual Northwest Cuisine. Our philosophy towards quality ingredients and impeccable service will remain paramount. We simply want to offer these things to you at a more affordable price.
Not caught up with the food indutstry? Well may I suggest you read the following sites… Scout Magazine, UrbanDiner, Kitsilano and Edible British Columbia. Local foodie Karen of TinyBites has also posted about 3 things she’ll miss about Fuel. Come back when you finish reading, mmkay? Please?
With a rare 5 day long weekend thanks to Remembrance day last week, I knew it would be my only chance to try the Fried Chicken Fridays @ Fuel.
Fuel’s Fried Chicken Fridays is a $19.50 combo that includes 3 pieces of buttermilk battered chicken, coleslaw, a biscuit, housemade gravy, and a choice of R&B Lager or Pale Ale.
I arrived shortly after 12pm, and I almost didn’t get it! Now that would have sucked. I knew I should have phoned in to make a reservation since the amount of chicken prepared each week is limited, I kept putting it off, aka…I slept most of my days away. read more »
August 21, 2009 – 08:00
Back when my mom used to teach Chinese School in the Kerrisdale area, we used to frequent Topanga Cafe a lot. Since I was in the area that day with friends, looking for skimboards, I suggested we get some dinner before heading home. Win win, I get to blog about it since I haven’t been in more than 2 years and they get to try one of my favorite places for mexican food!
The place is small, very small. I think they could seat max, 30 people in there. Menus are on the table, and most of them will be colored. You’ll see why later on.
August 13, 2009 – 08:36
Just to give a time frame for how far behind I am in posting, I visited nevermind on July 28th 2009 (the same day we got Screamers at Husky Market) with some of my ultimate teammates. We had just finished playing at Jericho in the blazing heat and were starving. I quickly suggested nevermind as it was in the neighbourhood and was along the way home.
The interior of the restaurant is like a cave, dimly lit. It irks me when restaurants are so dark you have to pull candles or sit under a light to read the menu. I want to see what I’m reading and what I’m eating!