• Belly dancers & Moroccan food

    Moltaqa Moroccan Restaurant

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  • Chinatown BBQ

    Chinatown BBQ

    The best spot for chinese BBQ/Duck. Caution : may cause drooling.

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  • Lunch and Language event: Chinese Crepe with HEYNI

    ME and Crepe Richmond

    Please note, this event is being put on by the Heyni language group, I (Ronald) am not the organizer, just an attendee. You must join this group and then RSVP. https://www.meetup.com/Explore-Richmond-for-Chinese-Food-Culture-and-Language/events/266240311/ ---- Tired of French or Japanese crepe? Are you excited about learning and practice Mandarin while enjoy Chinese food? Are you ready to introduce to 10+ people? Someone you meet could be your best Mandarin learning partner, your next favourite client, your next favourite supplier, or your next new great friend. This Explore Richmond event is a great way to connect to your fellow members in a structured networking and language learning event, followed by casual networking over Chinese crepe and other Tianjing cuisine at one of Richmond’s most delicious restaurants. Everyone is welcome and HEYNI registered member will have a $10 off discount. Try it out for yourself & improve your Mandarin & grow your social circle! WHERE: Me+Crepe[masked] Alexandra Rd, Richmond, BC V6X 1C3 WHEN: Sunday, November 10th 12:00pm – 14:00pm Agenda: Introduce yourself + Icebreaker Story and history of Chinese crepe History, geography, culture and arts about Shanghai. Basic and practical Chinese words teaching 1 on 1 to correct your Chinese pronunciation Q&A about anything related to Chinese TICKETS: General Admission: $35 [ lunch fee + Chinese learning tutorial] HEYNI Members: $25 [ lunch fee + Chinese learning tutorial] What is Heyni App? It is a 1 on 1 online Chinese language learning App. HEYNI provides high qualify of Chinese tutors with low price. You can learn Mandarin at anytime and anywhere. Learn more & Download: https://www.heynitalk.com/

  • Spanish tapas, wines & cocktails

    Bodega on Main

    Located within walking distance of Main St. Station is a hidden not so hidden gem where you'll find Spanish tapas, wines, and seasonally crafted cocktails. Dinner in Spanish Culture is a light affair, portions are smaller and simplier. Come out, meet new people, converse over wordly issues, while submerging yourself in the Spanish culture. DISCLAIMER: As I am a volunteer and this event includes alchohol, it is your sole responsibility to ensure your own safety when arriving, during, and while leaving the event. By reserving your spot and attending the event, you are waiving your right to sue myself, or meetup from any bodily injuries and/or property damage claims caused by or caused to you in relation to this event. Please do not drink and drive, the restaurant is located right near a skytrain station.

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  • Jang Mo Jib Korean

    Location visible to members

    One of my favourite Korean restaurants. They have set menus now, we can order one of those or off the menu. We all split the bill evenly and you pay for your own drinks. They have their own lot for free parking. Please leave your cell number to reserve your seat with 48 hours or you will be removed to make room for others.

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  • Jang Mo Jib Korean

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  • Crossing-the-bridge Rice Noodles with HEYNI- Not just eat Pho

    Xiang Yuan Qiao Yunnan Cross Bridge Rice Noodle(RMD)

    Note from Ronald: this is not my event, this group messaged me about their idea to have Chinese Mandarin tutorials over delicious Chinese food (and other) events. To RSVP for this (and please do so early), you must do so at: https://www.meetup.com/Explore-Richmond-for-Chinese-Food-Culture-and-Language/events/265854725/ ---- Imagine,when you hear the words, “rice noodles”, “soup”, “meat and vegetables”, does Vietnamese pho is the only Asian food you come up with? Actually, in China, we also have hundreds of rice noodles soup you are highly recommended to try! This weekend, we are going to try Crossing-the-bridge noodles! it is a rice noodle soup from Yunnan province, China. It is one of the most well-known dishes in Yunnan cuisine. Facts about Crossing-the-bridge noodles: The dish is served with a large bowl of boiling hot broth and the soup ingredients. The soup is made by chicken, pork bone and seasoning, such as Chinese star anise and ginger. Also, using a layer of chicken fat to insulate the soup and therefore keep it warm for longer. These ingredients are separated. The soup ingredients are served on a cutting board or plate and include raw vegetables and lightly cooked meats. Common ingredients include thin slices of turkey, chunks of chicken, chicken skin, strips of bean curd sheets, chives, sprouts and rice noodles. Once added into the broth, it cooks quickly with a layer of melted chicken fat and oil glistening on top. The soup takes a few minutes to cook, and it is then spooned out into small bowls. Jim Thurman of LA Weekly writes that "with the rice noodles and fresh chicken, it's reminiscent of an extremely subtle version of Vietnamese chicken pho. Which shouldn't surprise anyone, as Yunnan shares a border with Vietnam Agenda: Part One: Time:12:00pm – 2:00pm,Sunday, Oct 27th Duration: 2.5 ~3 hr Location:Xiang Yuan Qiao Yunnan Cross Bridge Rice Noodle(RMD)[masked] Hazelbridge Way, Richmond, BC V6X 3L7 Fee: $35 [ lunch fee + Chinese learning tutorial] The HEYNI host group will stand in front of the door with a HEYNI logo. Part Two: During the lunch time, the host will tell the story and history of crossing bridge rice noodles, and introduce the order to cook the dishes. The host also will tell the history, geography, culture and arts about Yunnan province, which is the origins of crossing-the-bridge rice noodles. During and after the lunch time, the host will teach some basic and practical Chinese words you could use in your daily life, and she also will 1 on 1 to correct your Chinese pronunciation. The fee of Explore Richmond is $45. For appreciating your support, the first 10 events fee is $35. For guaranteeing the Chinese tutorial quality, our group is unable to be registered by 10:30 am at Oct 27th, thank you for understanding!

  • Crossing-the-bridge Rice Noodles with HEYNI- Not just eat Pho

    Xiang Yuan Qiao Yunnan Cross Bridge Rice Noodle(RMD)

    Note from Ronald: this is not my event, this group messaged me about their idea to have Chinese Mandarin tutorials over delicious Chinese food (and other) events. To RSVP for this (and please do so early), you must do so at: https://www.meetup.com/Explore-Richmond-for-Chinese-Food-Culture-and-Language/events/265854725/ ---- Imagine,when you hear the words, “rice noodles”, “soup”, “meat and vegetables”, does Vietnamese pho is the only Asian food you come up with? Actually, in China, we also have hundreds of rice noodles soup you are highly recommended to try! This weekend, we are going to try Crossing-the-bridge noodles! it is a rice noodle soup from Yunnan province, China. It is one of the most well-known dishes in Yunnan cuisine. Facts about Crossing-the-bridge noodles: The dish is served with a large bowl of boiling hot broth and the soup ingredients. The soup is made by chicken, pork bone and seasoning, such as Chinese star anise and ginger. Also, using a layer of chicken fat to insulate the soup and therefore keep it warm for longer. These ingredients are separated. The soup ingredients are served on a cutting board or plate and include raw vegetables and lightly cooked meats. Common ingredients include thin slices of turkey, chunks of chicken, chicken skin, strips of bean curd sheets, chives, sprouts and rice noodles. Once added into the broth, it cooks quickly with a layer of melted chicken fat and oil glistening on top. The soup takes a few minutes to cook, and it is then spooned out into small bowls. Jim Thurman of LA Weekly writes that "with the rice noodles and fresh chicken, it's reminiscent of an extremely subtle version of Vietnamese chicken pho. Which shouldn't surprise anyone, as Yunnan shares a border with Vietnam Agenda: Part One: Time:12:00pm – 2:00pm,Sunday, Oct 27th Duration: 2.5 ~3 hr Location:Xiang Yuan Qiao Yunnan Cross Bridge Rice Noodle(RMD)[masked] Hazelbridge Way, Richmond, BC V6X 3L7 Fee: $35 [ lunch fee + Chinese learning tutorial] The HEYNI host group will stand in front of the door with a HEYNI logo. Part Two: During the lunch time, the host will tell the story and history of crossing bridge rice noodles, and introduce the order to cook the dishes. The host also will tell the history, geography, culture and arts about Yunnan province, which is the origins of crossing-the-bridge rice noodles. During and after the lunch time, the host will teach some basic and practical Chinese words you could use in your daily life, and she also will 1 on 1 to correct your Chinese pronunciation. The fee of Explore Richmond is $45. For appreciating your support, the first 10 events fee is $35. For guaranteeing the Chinese tutorial quality, our group is unable to be registered by 10:30 am at Oct 27th, thank you for understanding!