Tasting Plates Coquitlam

On Wednesday March 14 we presented another exciting tour in our Tasting Plates series as we visited Coquitlam for the first time giving all who attended a chance to try a selection of ethnic eateries that included Korean, Filipino and Latin American.

Papparoti

* Coconut Rollie – fresh young coconut filling

* Signature original bun – coffee caramel coated

and your choice of one of these beverages:

* Ice Blended Signature Chocolate

* Signature Karak Tea

* Freshly Brewed JJ Bean Coffee

 

Seoul Truck Street Food

  • K-Town Sandwich filled with Korean style popcorn chicken (Garlic and Spicy)
  • Deep fried rice cakes (Red and Yellow)

Kulinarya

  • Lumping Shanghai (spring roll)
  • Pork bbq skewer
  • Rice noodles

Polito’s Latin Café

MINI PUPUSAS (EL SALVADOR)

El Salvador’s favourite dish – thick hand made corn tortilla filled with specialty filling. Paired with “curtido” cabbage slaw and savory tomato sauce.

VIGORÓN (NICARAGUA)

Vigorón is a traditional Nicaraguan dish. It consists of a cabbage salad known as curtido, yuca, and chicharrones, all wrapped in a banana leaf.

PATACONES “TOSTONES” (COLOMBIA)

Deep Fried Plantain topped with assorted vegetables and seasoned meat.

 

Mariner Brewing

A tasting flight of four of any of our beers, currently available on the menu is our:

Northeast IPA this hazy IPA is bursting with bright and juicy hops, lush malt and vibrant yeast temper the intense tropical fruit flavour.

Golden IPA which balances intense Citra hops with crisp wheat malt character.

Cream Ale a Northwest interpretation of a classic neo-lager.

Berliner Weisse this tart and surprisingly refreshing beer is sour mashed with wheat and pours bright gold with a thick head.

Night Sky Mocha Stout Brewed with Dutch Chocolate and coffee from our neighbours at Creekside coffee factory.

Horizon Pale Ale is a beer for any occasion, brewed with abundant Citra hops and balanced by a firm backbone of Canadian malt.

The restaurants and brewery featured unique and tasty dishes and brews to our guests to eat and drink throughout the event.

By: Richard Wolak