Dim Sum, which means "Point of the Heart", lives up to its name in Vancouver, BC's historic Chinatown. Originally a Cantonese family tradition (sometimes called Yum Cha (drink tea)) with small, shared dishes, often served in bamboo steamers, Dim Sum has become a staple for foodies in the lower mainland and all over the world.
This food tour in the company of a chef takes us to Granville Island, a bustling market boasting some of Vancouver's best produce and fish. After starting with the history of the site—from industrial site to food paradise, we'll stroll its stalls to sample many of the island's best wares. We'll try local salmon from a top fishmonger, taste...Read more