Bubble Tea Line
It’s always bubble tea season, baby! Burnaby has four proud bubble tea spots participating in this year’s Dine the Line. If you’re around Patterson Skytrain, Money Tea is a 6-min walk away from the station. Serving their original Yakult-infused bubble tea, this one-of-a-kind bubble tea is a must-try. Still in the same area and distance, Come buy is a bubble tea chain to fix your bubble tea craving! If you walk a little farther away towards Metrotown, Wushiland Boba (now goes as 101 BoBA) is located inside Metropolis at Metrotown, serving fruit teas, milk teas, and even flavoured teas. Ki Dessert Cafe is also a beloved bubble tea spot near the Royal Oak station, only a 2-min walk away. Not only do they serve bubble tea, but they also serve light snacks such as waffles. If you’re thinking of getting sandwiches and bubble tea (a great combination by the way!), Tealips Cafe is the spot. Located a 12-min walk from Edmonds Station, they serve both sweet and savoury snacks ranging from dessert waffles to sandwiches and, of course, bubble tea. Click here to check out the full map for the Bubble Tea Line itinerary.
Explore East and Southeast Asia
Travel to the other side of the Pacific with the Explore East and Southeast Asia itinerary. The four Burnaby eateries on this itinerary will be sure to take you on a taste adventure. The famous Tendon Kohaku is one of them, located in Madison Centre across from Brentwood Station, their Japanese tempura rice bowls are neatly served, and the plating is insta-worthy for sure. Still in the Brentwood Station area, two restaurants- The Viet Noodle Guy and Glorious Bao offer unique tastes and experiences. The Viet Noodle Guy, having been voted as the Best of Burnaby two years in a row, 2020 and 2021 serving casual Vietnamese cuisine such as pho, banh mi, broken rice, and salad rolls. Glorious Bao is known for its fried rice and delicious baos. If you move farther away to Lougheed Station, Pho Japolo Sushi is where the heart is. A unique crossover between authentic Vietnamese cuisine and innovative sushi rolls, this spot is a rare gem that you wouldn’t want to miss. Click here to check out the full map for the Explore East and Southeast Asia itinerary.