Asian pick ups in vancouver

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A downtown Vancouver restaurant has found another creative way to connect with customers and offer a nod to its location's storied past. Cold Tea , the modern Chinese-Vietnamese restaurant that opened up this spring on the Granville strip, sits where Tsui Hang Village served up late-night eats inside and from a streetside take-out window to downtown revellers and night owls for years. Its name is a loving riff on Tsui Hang's not-so-secret menu trickery of selling a pot of "cold tea" after hours which was code for beer. The timing couldn't be better, because fried chicken is really having a moment in Vancouver. Cold Tea hasn't shared a full menu for its AFC window, however they have said the fried chicken comes with a "highly addictive" pho gravy for dipping. With current provincial public health orders limiting the hours in which restaurants and bars can serve liquor, places like Vancouver's Granville Entertainment District are seeing a decided shift in their customer base and far quieter nights than in pre-pandemic days with some exception, of course. While some provincial and federal supports for small businesses affected by the pandemic are in place, a new business like Cold Tea, which opened after the pandemic began, has said in recent months they have been "left out in the cold" by the government, despite having safety plans and adhering to all orders and laws.

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Tucked into the upper story of a delightfully faded building in Chinatown, Kissa Tanto invites you into the little jewel that is the House of Plenty. First we will eat! Why not? Soul mates are they not with their mutual love of noodles, rice, and proteins in their pure, delicious uncooked form?
Cold Tea was originally conceived as an idea to provide a more modern experience of great Chinese-Vietnamese cuisine with North American service. We offer all day dim sum with a strong emphasis on family style sharing. For parties of 6 or more, please call the restaurant to book, or email info coldtearestaurant.