When planning my trip to Kelowna I was more laid back than usual. I’m the type of traveler who likes to plan as much out as possible, and before I even leave for my trip I usually know where I’ll be eating, when I’ll be eating, and how full I will most likely be. This time however, I decided to leave most of the meals to my friend, since she lives in Kelowna and knew where we needed to go.
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Our first meal out was at a tiny sushi restaurant in a small strip mall. Not something I would have chosen, but Casey promised delicious sushi so I trusted her. I’m glad I did! The sushi was really good, and well exceeded my expectations!
I fell head over heels in love with this restaurant! So much so that while eating, I Googled to find out if Vancouver had one as well. Thank goodness we do! We ordered the Pachos to start. Lattice style fries seasoned with signature spice, topped with cheddar cheese and green onions. Served with a bowl of Emerald Isle.
I don’t know what was in the Emerald Isle sauce, they would only tell me mustard. I despise mustard. Yet somehow, I kept dipping my pachos back into that sauce!
For my main I went with the Veggie Fajitas. These were so tasty, I loved how there was broccoli in the veggies, but be warned – It is SPICY. If spicy food isn’t your thing, do not order these. But if you do enjoy spicy food, these will be delicious!
I also ordered the IRISH BULLDOG – 2-oz. Lime Margarita with a Guinness Blonde inserted upside down. I’m not the biggest Guinness fan, but the blonde was really nice. 10/10 will order this drink again.
Bow down now. This restaurant is cute and quirky looking, and oh so cozy. Standing there waiting for a table I kept imagining how incredible the place would look decorated at Christmas. I ordered the Huevos Rancheros and they were so delicious. My favorite restaurant breakfast I have ever eaten. Looking at everyone’s meals coming out of the kitchen, I think anything off the menu would be great. Be warned, this restaurant is very busy. Expect to stand in line for a while waiting. I promise it will be worth it.
If you are looking for the coolest coffee shop in Kelowna, don’t look any further, this is it.
I’m serious, the coffee is spot on, there are loads of tables, antiques around the shop, books and A PUPPY. The owner brings in their puppy every day, and he was super sweet.
I ordered an iced dark chocolate mocha and it lived up to the hype. If there weren’t so many customers I would have gladly looked at every inch of the shop. Do yourself a favor and go get your coffee there!
We walked in but never ended up eating here, however, according to Casey it is really good. Considering how busy it was I believe her. Also, while we were deciding between there and The BOH a woman kept trying to convince me to get some soup. I didn’t have the heart to tell her I’m vegetarian and couldn’t eat the soup, but she loves it.
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