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Salsa and Agave

No more hot ramen on a winter day when the sun is out in Vancouver. I had lunch with Diana of Foodology at Salsa and Agave recently since both us have never been there before and I wanted to meet the legendary creator of Foodology.

We got to Salsa and Agave for a 12pm lunch on a weekday. It was pretty empty when we got there, but once it hit 12:30 – 1pm, it got busy. We got a crammed two seater next to the window, but service was quite attentive.  The lunch menu was a pretty good deal so I wouldn’t see why it won’t be a popular lunch destination.

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Just for a small starter, they served us nachos with salsa while we were ordering our food.

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I ordered the Azteca Soup with a Prawns Burrito (CAD9.5) and it wasn’t what I thought it was. The menu said that the burrito would have grilled prawns sautéed with garlic, cheese, onion and pico de gallo. Unfortunately I only found four baby shrimps in my burrito and the rest was rice and tortilla wrap. The burrito was just dry and I couldn’t tell myself to finish it. The Azteca soup, which is tomato soup with onions, avocado and corn chips, was a bit bland for me. I think the soup would have tasted better if it was spicy.

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The burrito was so dry. Look at that…

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