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While exploring the southern perimeter of Yaletown for this week Cheap Appetite mission, I came across Dash, a bubble tea house/Chinese restaurant located on the Pacific Boulevard between Davie and Drake streets. The $5.99 specials signage had caught my attention. It featured four choices to please both meat-lovers and vegans alike: sweet and sour pork, mixed vegetables, sweet corn fish filet, and curry chicken. Each comes with steamed rice.
Although I am not a big fan of the name Dash (it reminded me of the Kardashian sisters fancy boutique, no offense.), I love the sweet corn fish filet. And since the wallet-friendly price helped sweeten the deal, I decide to check it out. Dash was a small tea house with only a few tables and window bar seats. The wall was painted in muted purple pretty but definitely not my top choices for restaurant colours. However, the paint was the least of my concerns when I saw a large menu board featuring extensive drink varieties behind the counter. It seemed their primary business was beverages. Fortunately my growling stomach forced me to overrule the observation and order the sweet corn fish filet on rice special ($5.99). About ten minutes later the dish was served.