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August 10, 2023 edition - International cuisines are calling

Hey foodies!

We are truly blessed to have so many options for international cuisine around the Tri-Cities.

From Indian to Persian to Chinese to Japanese—the list goes on. If I were to choose one comfort food/cuisine, it would have to be Indian. I love all the different spices and flavours that are present in each dish.

We have been fortunate enough to try one of the newly opened Indian restaurants in the Tri-Cities—can you guess which one? Hint: we’re featuring it in today’s newsletter!

As always, don't forget to send us your recommendations for new restaurants, hidden gems, and spots that have yet to be featured in the newsletter.

Stay awesome,

– The ETC Team

5 spots to try right now

The Coffee Bun Bakery & Cafe: The BEST buns

🍜 Ramengers feat. Smoking Pig: This ramen, tho

🥙 Best Donair: The name says it all

🍰 Cakes n Sweets: From cakes to coffees

🐟 Austin Fish & Chips Coquitlam: Nothing quite like some breaded fish

Know a great place we should add here? Reply back and let us know!


Naan Club is a triple threat of delicious drinks, fantastic food, and superb service

There’s no other way to say it; Naan Club in Coquitlam is seriously worth a visit. 

The Indian restaurant is a standout not just because of its delicious food or delectable drinks, but also because those two things are combined and presented with impeccable service resulting in an all around amazing dining experience.


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🍣 Sushi vending machine: Sushi Mori and TransKink have partnered up to put packaged sushi in vending machines at Coquitlam SkyTrain stations.

🥟 BC Dumpling Fest: A Korean dumpling—the mandu—has been added to the featured foods for the BC Dumpling Festival.


🎸 Daniel Wesley Solo Show: The singer-songwriter Daniel Wesley will be performing his hits along with a few covers at Port Coquitlam’s Patina Brewing Co.

🎙 Brewmaster Dinner and Live Music: Livelyhood has teamed up with Yellow Dog Brewing Co. and Neighbourhood Brewing for a three-course beer pairing dinner.

🍎 Coquitlam Farmers Market: Happens every Sunday at Dogwood Pavilion Parking Lot from 9am to 1pm.

🍏 Port Moody Farmers Market: Happens every Wednesday at Port Moody Recreation Centre Parking Lot from 3 to 7pm.


🍹 Orrange: Have the happiest of hours at Port Coquitlam’s Orrange from 2 to 6pm and 9pm to close with $5 sleeves of beer, $5.25 highballs, and $5.50 house wine.

🍕 Pizza Factory: Pizza Factory Coquitlam has an entire page of coupons that can be used when ordering online, with savings of up to $27.98.

Job postings

📋 Coquitlam Job Fair: Get online and check out this virtual job fair where you can connect with employers throughout Coquitlam.

🍷 Server: The One Sixty Cafe and Wine Bar is currently hiring for a server who is available to work weekends, has two years experience, and has a valid Serving it Right certification.

Hiring in the Tri-Cities? Reply back and let us know and we'll feature your opening next week!

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