Indo-Canadians or Indian-Canadians are Canadian citizens whose heritage fully or partially belongs to any of the many ethnic groups of the India. The terms East Indian and South Asian are sometimes used to distinguish people of ancestral origin from India in order to avoid confusion with the First Nations of Canada. Statistics Canada specifically uses the term Asian Indian to refer to people who trace their origins from the modern day Republic of India.
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Learn more: Sharing food (and drink) is a time-honored way to get to know someone on a first date (and second and third date), but finding the perfect first-date restaurant can be tricky.
The ideal first-date spot should have great food (of course), but it should also have an atmosphere that lets the couple be either casual or dressy (so there's no pressure on appearance), gives the couple something to talk about (the ambiance, the food), and, for many people, isn't too expensive (so that, if one person treats, the bill won't be too big, or, if the couple splits the bill, the amount should work for most budgets).
So where is the perfect first-date restaurant in Vancouver? is great choice (it also works for vegetarians and meat-eaters) and there are outlets of it all over the city. For more traditional romantic options: • Dating and romance in Vancouver doesn't have to be expensive; there's no rule that says you have to splurge on white tablecloths at swank . Get creative, take advantage of Vancouver's natural beauty, and use my list of the --including communal dining, nightlife bargains, and cheap entertainment options--to plan a romantic date that won't bust the budget.
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Happy Mother’s Day from all of us at Sula Indian Restaurant! Here’s a bit of history of the modern Mother’s Day celebrations. Origin of Mother’s Day goes back to the era of ancient Greeks and Romans, and the roots of Mother’s Day history can also be traced in UK where a Mothering Sunday was celebrated much before it became a holiday in North America. However, the celebration of the holiday as it is seen today is a recent phenomenon and […] Being generally low in fat, high in vegetables, legumes and whole grains, fruit and lean meats, Indian food has many health benefits. It is noted for its inclusion of many spices and vegetarian, vegan and non-vegetarian options, as well as its variety of flavours and colours.
So, what makes an Indian diet healthy? In answer to this, let’s take a look at the typical components of an Indian diet: – High in a wide variety of vegetables and fruit (spinach, carrots, […] By early 1940-ies the word “curry,” in one form or another, had been assimilated into the cultures of Fiji, Japan, and Singapore; made its way to South Africa, Jamaica and Guyana; and even popped up in Britain, Germany, and Scandinavia (see: currywurst and curried herring).
Even Americans had been eating it for a century, as the first American cookbook, 1824’s The Virginia Housewife, featured a curry recipe. However, one of the only places in the world that didn’t have a […] Valentine’s Day is a great opportunity to enjoy quality time with our loved ones. Here’s a bit of history. Today’s Valentine’s Day that we celebrate on 14th February, dates from the third century, the time of the Roman Empire.
Emperor Claudius II forbade to soldiers to marry to prevent them to be tied to their family and, therefore, avoid going to war. All priests except one – called Valentin compiled the emperor’s command. This priest resisted to the Emperor’s decision and […] The Dine Out™ Vancouver Festival is a 17 day celebration of the city’s culinary scene, with special events, menus, tastings, workshops and classes, starting in mid-January every year.
And Sula is happy to be a part of it! Check out our special Dine Out™ Menu and make an online reservation to join us! We were happy to have Maggi, a popular Vancouver Food Blogger, for a tasting at Sula!
And here’s what she had to say about her experience: “Today I was invited to try “Sula”, an authentic Indian restaurant, serving Indian cuisine prepared using traditional methods. They churn out staples like curries, tandoori breads, and rice; prepared with visual finesse. Here, I didn’t expect that I would discover a butter chicken recipe that I liked, that isn’t scooped out of a fast […] Westender magazine has recently conducted their 2017 Annual Best Of The City DINING readers’ choice awards and Sula won in two Categories: – 2nd Best Indian restaurant in Vancouver – 2nd Best East Side Take Out & Delivery in Vancouver Westender asked Vancouverites who does it best for in the food and beverage industry, in an online poll over a six week period on www.Westender.com, and got hundreds of votes in each category.
The results were published in Westender Best of […] We were happy to have Areta from Foodgressing Food Blog at Sula last Friday! And here’s what she had to say about her experience: “Commercial Drive is full of interesting and unique eateries and that makes it an ideal destination for a gastronomic adventure. For those craving Indian food, Sula Restaurant at 1128 Commercial Drive is one place you do not want to miss. As a lover of Indian food, I was excited to try Sula Restaurant which has been open […] Sula Indian Restaurant is the best Indian food in Vancouver for a reason.
Situated in the heart of Commercial Drive, you can find all the hearty, authentic Indian food your heart desires in one spot. I was invited to come and try Sula’s food and write about my overall experience. If you are bored of your usual favorites when going to eat out with your friends, try out this authentic Indian restaurant for a change!
With Taj Mahal wall art and Indian-inspired […] At Sula, we strive to be the best Indian restaurant in Vancouver. To meet this goal, we use traditional ingredients, flavours, and techniques.
For us it all starts with authenticity, but authentic Indian cuisine can mean different things to different people. That’s because Indian cooking styles vary depending upon climate, culture, ethnicity, religion, and economic status.
The one common factor is the careful use of spices and seasoning. Our kitchen has been carefully experimenting with spices over many years to […]
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