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Before diners place their orders at Thai D'or waiters will often inquire, "Can you handle spicy food?" True to Thai culinary techniques, many of its dishes brim with fiery spices and chili-infused sauces, but chefs are eager to adjust spice content to suit each individual palate. Named for the French word for gold, the Thai restaurant lives up to its title with its fresh, authentically prepared curries, noodles, and specialties and its commitment to cultural traditions of hospitality. Servers bear blended cocktails and simmering meat, seafood, and vegetarian dishes into the dining room, where guests recline on cushy leather chairs beneath the glow of red lanterns. Eastern decor adorns the wall, and water trickles down from stone mosaics. The restaurant opens its function room to private parties, designing customized menus for family gatherings, business meetings, and kindergarten graduations.
The coffee-drinking cultures of Seattle and Old World Europe intertwine at The Wired Monk. Baristas swirl steamed milk into organic, fair-trade coffee drinks, which guests sip beside hand-painted art and a roaring fireplace. Meanwhile, the scent of cinnamon rolls wafts from the bakery case, past aromatic tea leaves by Zhena Gypsy and Mighty Leaf. Red espresso, a roobois tea from the mountains of South Africa, fills caffeine-free lattes with flavours as bold and smooth as a saxophone’s pick-up lines. Healthy treats such as fruit smoothies and gluten-free muffins round out the menu with a touch of sweetness. The sound of tapping toes fills the shop on Thursday nights, when artists such as Harma White and Vaughan McKay flaunt their rock ’n’ roll chops. Large-screen TVs draw sports fans to the couches on game days, and drink specials lure wine lovers on Wednesday nights.
Champions of adhering to traditional recipes and culinary practices, a father-and-son team serves as both the owners and head chefs of New Passage to India. Their kitchen staff whips up dishes native to a variety of Indian regions, granting diners a taste of the subcontinent without the paper cuts that come from eating maps. They handcraft
ingredients such as house-made paneer cheese, garden-fresh mushrooms, and fresh lamb with pinches of hand-ground spices. Sensitive to varied tolerances of piquancy, the chefs customize the heat levels of many of their creations to individual preferences. Affable servers wend from table to table within the dining room’s deep-green walls and wooden columns.
As visitors approach the rustic 1927 heritage farmhouse, they're greeted with the familiar aroma of homemade country-style classics. Little Farmhouse in the City welcomes travellers, diners, and lost Girl Scout Cookie salesgirls alike with first-class bed-and-breakfast suites as well as a full-service restaurant. Within the dining room, plates of hearty breakfast omelettes are soon replaced by homemade pastries and scones served at high tea, followed at dinner by entrees of hearty homemade soups, perogies, and shepherd's pies. An on-site gift shop peddles cards, chocolates, and artwork as well more than 150 fine teas.
Beef, turkey, and ham covered in mozzarella cheese and tucked into a ciabatta bun. Hot Tommy’s specialty sandwich, the Wrangler, may not appear to have the same Mexican flavour profile as its fellow menu items until diners take a bite. Inside, a drizzle of hot black-bean sauce brings the spicy flavour that weaves the eatery’s whole menu together. Chicken enchiladas and banana-pepper-covered nachos recall the hot sun and natural hot-sauce springs found closer to the equator, and chili dogs and a bavarian sausage slathered in barbecue sauce blend a hint of old Europe into the mix.
Three generations after John Taves bought his first plot of land in the 1930s, grandson Loren Taves and his wife Corinne still keep the family farm running. At Taves Family Farms Applebarn, guests can navigate the expanded Corn Quest Maze, greet lovable critters at the petting barn, or tour the grounds on a hayride. A zipline lets thrill-seekers soar above the farm, and down below, edible ammo flies at non-ziplining targets from the corn gun and pumpkin cannon.
Located at the corner of Clearbrook Rd. and South Fraser Way is Intercity Cafe in Clearbrook Plaza is offering Organic Coffee and Tea. Our Chai Lattes are delicious and famous in Abbotsford and we have five different flaours of chai.
An homage to authentic New York slices, Ah Beetz pampers unbleached sourdough crusts, leavened with wild yeast and fresh ingredients. The 14” Di Fara pizza ($18) sauces a crispy discus with pepperoni, artichoke hearts, mozzarella, fior de latte, fresh basil, extra virgin olive oil, and parmigiano-reggiano before hurling it mouthward and medalward. Other specialty pies boast appealing amalgamations including ham and pineapple or capicola and jalapeños (prices start at $13 for a 14”). Appetite architects can build their own pizzas using a plethora of meats, veggies, cheeses, and the tears of a wooden puppet who longs to be a real boy.
Boston Pizza offers a casual dining setting with over 100 menu items: pastas & gourmet pizzas made with our signature hand pressed dough.
With two locations to serve you in Abbotsford, we've got you covered.
Come in with your family, or catch a game on our big screen TVs.
A place where friends gather to share a drink and a meal, where you can just kick back and feel at home & leave your troubles behind. You might find yourself beside a warm fireplace or having a chin wag with the barkeep.Wherever you find yourself you’ll feel like you’ve just stepped off the plane in the Irish city of Dublin
Nando's Flame-Grilled Chicken, founded in South Africa in 1987, brings Portugal's peri-peri flame-grilled chicken to the Vancouver area with only the bare minimum of laser lights and smoke-shrouded, two-way mirrors. Discovered by Portuguese explorers in Africa in the distant days of maritime exploration, peri-peri is a fiery chili pepper that adds a kick of capsaicin to any cuisine, clucker-related or not. Nando's fresh chicken breasts luxuriate in their peri-peri marinade for 24 hours, resulting in dishes with a slate of Scoville-scale-scorching spice levels—mild lemon and herb, medium, hot, and the daredevil-only extra hot. Step up to Nando's counter to order from the menu of sandwiches, pitas, wraps, salads, and peri-peri chicken. Enjoy a grilled-to-order peri-peri half-chicken with a side ($11.39) such as spiced rice or hearty coleslaw, or bite around basted bones with a dozen peri-peri chicken wings with a side ($9.99). Nando's also sports peri-peri chicken breast sandwiches or pitas ($8.49–$10.79), chicken or veggie whole wheat wraps with a side ($8.49–10.79), and veggie burgers or pitas ($8.49–$10.79), as well as salads and salad meals ($3.99–$9.99) for lovers of leaves of lettuce.
This Netherlands import indulges tasters with 50 sweet and savoury varieties of pannekoeken and a caboodle of other Dutch staples in a warm, casual atmosphere. As the only restaurant of its kind in Western Canada, this syrup bistro adorns each 37-inch circumference carb canvas with a choice of toppings. Topped offerings include the Canadian with DeBakon (a pork cottage roll), tomato, two eggs, and other hearty garnishes ($13) alongside a jug of honey or maple marmalade. Traditionally this brawny pannekoek is rolled up, but diners can also enjoy pannekoeken such as the Apple and Cheddar ($13) unrolled and cut into 113 1-square-inch bites. The Dutch-inspired dining room soothes focused diners as they navigate a smorgasbord of tummy favours or decorate their beards with icing sugar.
For lunch or dinner, the Abbotsford location of Pita Pit offers a variety of stuffed pita options ($4.49-$7.79). Favourites include the meaty gyro, or unhinge your jaw and try the Dagwood club with turkey, ham, and roast beef, or the chicken crave with chicken and ham. Vegetarians can also find delicious items on the menu, such as the falafel or hummus pitas. If your nonconformist stomach refuses to be satiated by any of the menu items, build your own pita and choose from a potpourri of stuffings, including pickles, mushrooms, jalapeños, pineapple, croutons, tzatziki, barbecue sauce, ranch dressing, and wishes.
Cold Stone’s ice cream, made in-store daily, inhabits a quantum flux between soft-serve and traditional ice cream, with a rich, creamy texture that whispers tales of its super-premium quality as it glides over taste buds. Ice-cream voyeurs can create their own ice-creamplosion from old favourites or unheard of delights ($2.89–$4.59 with two mix-ins), eliciting taste tests of dozens of silky flavours such as cake batter, cotton candy, and piñata. Each ice-cream creation generously welcomes up to two of the shop's dozens of mix-ins as traditional as Oreo cookies and chopped nuts or as quirky as pie crust. Those willing to bequeath the invention of creamy concoctions to the professionals can try a Cold Stone Signature creation, such as the almond-studded and caramel-slathered Coffee Lovers Only or the Peanut Butter Cup Perfection with Reese's peanut-butter cups, fudge, and a side of endorphins ($3.99–$5.75). Once concoctions are chosen and perfected, they're scooped cold into freshly made waffle cones or bowls.
• For $10, you get a 20-minute relaxation chair massage (a $20 value). • For $15, you get a 30-minute relaxation chair massage (a $30 value).