A new restaurant opened in Vancouver last weekend, and it’s sure to become a notable name in the city. The new Nancy Go Yaya is the latest venture from the folks behind Bao Bei and Kissa Tanto. So, it’s only fair to assume that it’s an absolutely delicious spot.

Rather than the drawn-out dinners that often happen at Bao Bei and Kissa Tanto, Nancy Go Yaya is opting for a different experience. The new concept is inspired by Singaporean coffee shops and diners, resulting in a range of options for all kinds of appetites.

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So while you can swing by in the morning for a coffee and a baked good, you can also head there during lunch for a delicious bowl of laksa or even Nasi Lamek with fried chicken. Trust us, this menu won’t miss, and it won’t be long until we’ve tried everything on it.

Between the pedigree of the owners and the interesting concept, we think this new spot should be next up on your ‘must-try’ list in the city. Enjoy it, folks!

Nancy Go Yaya

Where: 265 E Pender Street