How to be a Vancouverite

Based off the popular YouTube video How to be a Vancouverite, we bring to you some of the food-related stereotypes of Vancouver! Regardless of whether you’re new to the city, or a born-and-bred Vancouverite, you can be sure to have a great time rocking those Lulus to a healthy eatery, embracing the rain as we visit some of the best food carts downtown, and exploring much more that Vancouver has to offer. If you love food, exploration, and some great company, then our mini club is perfect for you!

Leaders: Ina & Natalie

Proposed Event Times: Friday evenings or weekends; once a month

Average cost per event: $10 – $20

The Themes:

  • Multiculturalism
  • Hipsterism
  • West Coast, Best Coast
  • Health
  • Raincouver
  • Sushi Culture
  • Locally Sourced & Sustainable

Nat & Ina

More About Ina: on the right
Program: Biopsychology
Weirdest-but-love-it food combination: honey cheese toast
If I had to pick one food to eat for the rest of my life: murtabak
And a bit more: I’m the half of the of this duo that isn’t from Vancouver—I’m                                      Singaporean

More About Natalie: on the left
Program: Psychology
Weirdest-but-love-it food combination: avocado and durian gelato
If I had to pick one food to eat for the rest of my life: pumpkin pie dumplings
And a bit more: I have lived in Vancouver my whole life. Ina and I basically became                           friends over our love for food. Oh and she brings me kaya from SG                           (yum)

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