I’ve been finishing off my undergraduate for what seems like forever at the University of British Columbia (UBC) in Vancouver. You would think that a University would be a virtual smorgasbord for cheap delicious unique eats. For the first two years I literally could not find anything good or cheap to eat on campus but for some reason, in my third year, I have hit the jackpot. I probably wasn’t looking hard enough and not living on or near campus made it less likely for me to search the UBC streets for delicious eats.
In my search I found another blogger with my same concerns about the UBC food sitch, and a post she wrote on the same place I am recommending today. You can check Fiona the Foodie’s post here: fionathefoodie.wordpress.com/2014/03/21/bubble-waffles-spotted-at-ubc
But there are some good finds, and because I was unable to find anything on the internet about nice food at UBC, I will share with you my gluttonous endeavours. You’re welcome.
First up, BUBBLE WAFFLE CAFE! Located at the Village next to McDonalds near the 99 B Line bus stop.
This cafe sells everything from noodle soup to bubble tea to deep fried octopus balls. It’s a super snack shop. So many delicious snacks, all in one place. So far, I have only tried the legendary bubble waffles but I will be trying other items asap!
Also, upstairs from the cafe is a magical MINI SUPER which carries a wide variety of Korean, Japanese, Chinese, Taiwanese and Southeast Asian dry goods. There are also cosmetics. For some reason cosmetic products with snail byproduct are super trendy right now which is weird but I’m a slave to the groove so I bought a snail mask. Maybe it will make my skin nice and slimy or averse to salt or something.
See, there is good food at UBC! To be continued…