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(Photo: Anny’s) Anny’s Dairy Bar722 6th St., New WestminsterI go for the legit casse-croûte-style menu. Québécois staples: two steamies (steamed hot dogs), fries, drink—$6.95.
(Photo: T&T Supermarkets) Osaka Supermarket2200 Park Royal S., West VancouverThere is a variety of other good, quick eats in this Chinese grocery store, but the made-to-order sticky rice rolls are cheap ($3.49), quick, filling and make the perfect grab-and-go meal. You can choose what type of rice you want (white sticky, purple sticky or half and half) and then choose up to four fillings (pig ears, seaweed, spicy jellyfish, preserved vegetables, marinated mushrooms, pork floss, soy egg, Taiwanese sausage, Chinese donut, et cetera).
(Photo: El Pulgarcito) El Pulgarcito2522 E Hastings St.The pupusas revueltas ($5.50) in this little restaurant are delicious and cheap; they’re really great when in need of some comfort food.
(Photo: Zomato) Guangdong Flavor2430-8260 Westminster Highway, RichmondIndividual clay pot rice. My favourite is the one with Chinese sausage, bok choy and poached egg—it’s less than $5 per clay pot and it’s made to order.
(Photo: Damso) Damso Korean Restaurant867 Denman St.The Korean tacos at Damso are only $2.50 each and they’re delicious—and it’s open late enough that our team can go after service.
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