Posts Tagged ‘Turkey’

In late August, I went hiking with my friends and their friend family. There were kids and a dog coming with us, so it was a short relaxing hiking. After we said good-bye to the family, we came back to downtown Vancouver.

We sought a restaurant for brunch or lunch in the Yaletown area, and they had an idea. It was Romer’s Burger Bar. When I got there, I realized the place was used to be Section (3), where Collin and I went having Groupon.

We ordered from their lunch menu.

My choice, The Hali
(BC Halibut, R special lemon ale batter, Cilantro Dill Slaw, Spicy Pickle Tartar, Red Pepper Salsa)

The Hali at Romer's Burger Bar on Mainland in Vancouver

The halibut was slightly overcooked, but the taste was good.

So Cal Free-Range Turkey Burger
(Fresh Avocado, Soleggiatti Tomatoes, Red Onion, Organic Watercress, Chipotle Aioli)

So Cal Free-Range Turkey Burger at Romer's Burger Bar on Mainland in Vancouver

The Standard with Veggie Patty
(Vine-ripened Tomato, Crisp Iceberg, Sweet Onions, Pickles, R sauce)

The Standard with Veggie Patty at Romer's Burger Bar on Mainland in Vancouver

Side Fries to Share

Side Fries to Share at Romer's Burger Bar on Mainland in Vancouver

Is it ordinary that fries or salad doesn’t come with burger? Well, my burger had a volume, but it is still nice to have them to refresh mouth with those.

(All pictures taken by iPhone)

Note that this menu description and pricing are as of August, and the current one is slightly different.

Romer’s Burger Bar

Address: 1039 Mainland Street, Vancouver, B.C. (map)
(Close to Nelson street)
TEL: 604-559-7210
Facebook: page
Twitter: @romersburger
Urbanspoon: page

[Mon – Fri] 11:00 – 1:00
[Sat – Sun, Holidays] 10:00 – 1:00

Price Note
– The Hali $13.75
– So Cal Free-Range Turkey Burger $10.25
– The Standard with Veggie Patty $9.25
– Adding Fries to Share $4.50


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It was a cold rainy day in January. I had a soup recipe in my mind to make, but the store I went didn’t have ground chicken. After thinking a while, I bought ground turkey instead. Usually, if I change ingredients, it tends to fail. This time wasn’t the case, and I was happy!

I made soft chicken meat ball soup using turkey. The original recipe with chicken is here.

I thought I put too much veggies, but it was good.

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Collin planned to make a dinner for his father one day. He picked up all ingredients, and he prepared for dinner at his father’s house with his brother’s some help. I was an observer. 🙂

Prosciutto wrapped stuffed Turkey Roll with Bok Choi, Butternut Squash Puree and Pan Jus

Taste was as good as it looks. What do you think?

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