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My friend "A" and I were supposed to meet at Bubble World to have some chat, but it was fully-packed with 10 mins wait time so that we ended up at Earls which was right across the street from Bubble World. Since we both were not hungry, we just ordered some salad and snacks to accompany the beers. We originally ordered Thai Deep-fried Prawns (?) and Thai Vegetable Bowl, but they ran out of prawns on that day, so we just got our vegetable bowl.
I got my HOWE SOUND GARIBALDI HONEY PALE ALE (PINT - $7.25) which was light and refreshing.
FROZEN WHITE PEACH BELLNI ($8.00) was mixed Appleton VX Amber Rum, White Wine, Peaches and Red Sangria. It was very tasty! Try this bellini as your cool and slushy refresher :)
THAI VEGETABLE BOWL WITH TOFU ($17.00) consisted of quinoa, crispy onions, peanuts, coconut, green beans cooked in a lemongrass broth which came in a small hot wok and peanut salad dressing on the side. It had a nice crunchy texture and the ingredients were fresh. Regardless, it tasted just average. I honestly think this small hot salad isn't worth the price. Since I was not hungry and only looking for some small dish to accompany beers, it was not too bad.
"A" really wanted to try their WARM CHOCOLATE STICKY TOFFEE PUDDING ($8.00) since I kept telling her how tasty it was. It comes with a scoop of vanilla bean gelato in a candy snap basket. Chocolate toffee pudding tastes like a thicker version of hot brownie. I didn't realize before but when I tried this time, it was extremely sweet. "A" didn't enjoy much since she is not a sweet craver. I ended up eating all :p

+ Great ambience
+ Good for casually drinking
+ Fresh ingredients
+ Attentive service
+ Clean washroom

- Some items are over-priced

Food                3.0/5.0 
Ambience        4.0/5.0
Service            4.0/5.0
Price                $$$
*Open Monday to Sunday 11am to 12am

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As the name indicates, I'm Sophia who Eats - a lot, and possibly everything. I basically love to do anything involved with food: eating, cooking, and even watching food documentaries! I will regularly update the lists of Must-Visit-Eateries and Hidden Gems in Metro Vancouver, so stay tuned! Hope you guys discover new restaurants and cafes that will give you great dining experiences and become your favourite spots as well!