250 West Pender Street, Vancouver, BC
Buddha Girl and I dropped by VCC cafeteria for dinner. With the short-order station closed for dinner, selections were limited. Tonight, there were about six entree selections to choose from, and honestly, all six looked pretty good.
I ended up opting for something simple, Baked Chicken. Each entree order comes with three sides. I chose potatoes, carrots and rice. To top the chicken, there was a slice of grilled pineapple and a piece of deep fried banana. From the texture, I believe that the chicken was coated with breading of crushed corn flakes. Tthe chicken was a bit bland but moist and there was a decent crunch on the outside. The pineapple was okay, but the banana really did not belong there.
The sides were nothing special, but tasted good and seasoned well. At approximately $7 plus tax, the food was good, but not very filling for a monster like me.
Buddha Girl wanted to try the Chocolate Mousse, which was a surprise to me considering she's not a fan of neither chocolate nor mousse. She said it wasn't as heavy as it looked, in fact, it was quite smooth. Buddha Girl enjoyed it. Overall, I like their lunch options better than dinner. Buddha Girl and I will be back for lunch.
We dropped by Donair Dude on Davies Street after VCC. Yes, I needed more food. This yogurt drink, Ayran, caught Buddha Girl's interests. The owner told her it's a salty yogurt drink that's very common in Turkey and it's often consumed when eating grilled meats. Buddha Girl thought this was different, nothing bad about it, just not something for her. I did not like it, I'll stick with Yop.