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Alexandra Gill

Alexandra Gill

Alexandra Gill

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Alexandra Gill has been The Globe and Mail’s Vancouver restaurant critic since 2005. She joined the paper as a summer intern in 1997 and was hired full-time as an entertainment columnist the following year. In 2001, she moved to Vancouver as the Western Arts Correspondent, a position she held until 2007. Her arts reportage was nominated for a National Newspaper Award in 2004. Now a freelance contributor, she writes primarily about food and drink for the B.C. and Life sections.

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THE DISH
Ten award-winning Chinese dishes to try in Vancouver
Restaurant owners love prepaid reservations - but will diners bite?
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H2 Rotisserie & Bar and H Tasting Lounge leave a lot to be desired
Vancouver’s Dosanko just misses being a homestyle hit
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Richmond’s Beijiang Restaurant a non-traditional Easter dinner of non-traditional cuisines
Mourning the loss of Vancouver’s Alaskan king crab festival
Vancouver’s Forkhill House Irish Bistro is a missed opportunity
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Vancouver’s Provence Marinaside is a timeless classic that remains cutting-edge
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RESTAURANT REVIEW
At Vancouver’s Di Beppe, every hour is happy
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Vancouver’s Delhi-6 goes to extreme lengths in attempt to modernize Indian cuisine​
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Review
This Lunar New Year, get a taste of Vancouver’s best Peking duck
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Unsung Heroes Festival offers unorthodox twists on unusual seafood
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Vancouver’s Dine Out Festival is no longer something to be afraid of
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Review
Vancouver’s Chinatown BBQ captures historic neighbourhood spirit
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Don’t plan on catching the game at Vancouver’s Bells & Whistles
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Food in British Columbia: Top trends in 2017 and what’s on the horizon
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Vancouver’s Tetsu Sushi Bar offers premium selection in a cozy environment
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Despite the good food and fun, Vancouver’s Honey Salt doesn’t bring anything new to the table
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Top new Vancouver restaurants of 2017
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Parq Vancouver’s ambitious 1886 misses the mark
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