Something Savoury, Something Staple, Something Different. And now - Something Sweet!
Once you’ve got your juice fix, keep heading towards Church Street and pass its main intersection
You’ll pass Fairchild Street and once you have seen Cooke St, you have the option to cross over the street to McCoppins Abbotsford. If you would like to ‘wine’ down at the next stop, feel free to pick up a bottle here. We’ve pre-arranged for BYO at the next restaurant, just in case!
If you don’t feel like ‘wine’-ding down, then keep your course and head down a bit further on Victoria Street to find your final stop.
You’ll easily spot the sign for LOI LOI Vietnamese, right in between Van Mai Restaurant and some amazing Indian cuisine (perhaps another spot to add to the list of places for your next visit? 🤔)!
You will receive Fried Ice cream and Banana Fritter to top off your night!
Game: Degrees of Separation
One person picks two things that are unrelated.
The other person has to provide a chain of plausible associations to connect them.
For example, if you say "lion and slippers," I might say, "A lion hunts warthogs. Warthogs are pigs. Pigs in a blanket is a breakfast entree. A blanket goes on a bed. When I get out of bed, I put on my slippers."
Maybe (definitely) you can come up with a better one than this.
This Concludes The Formal Part Of Your Victoria Street Vietnamese Experience.
We hope it has been fun! If you want to stay in the area, we’ve included some suggestions for things to see and do on the next page.