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Make plans to stuff yourself silly at this epic Vietnamese food buffet

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Lindsay William-Ross Feb 08, 2017 3:16 am 10,268

If you’ve ever imagined a happy, happy place where you can stuff yourself silly with delicious, authentic Vietnamese food, your dreams are about to come true this long weekend, as Vancouver’s Mr. Red Cafe puts on their first-ever buffet feast for two tasty days.

Here are the basics: It’s happening at Mr. Red Cafe’s Kitsilano location only, on February 13 (Family Day)11 am to 9 pm, and February 14 (Valentine’s Day) from 5 to 9 pm.*

But you have to get a ticket, and they will only sell 100 tickets. Adults are $28, kids under 7 are free, and students ages 7 to 14 are just $17. You can buy your tickets at both Mr. Red Cafe locations.

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Mr. Red Cafe is known for their Northern Vietnamese fare, highlighting the tastes of Hanoi, where the owners come from. At their Kitsilano location they do a weekend “Family Meal” selection of traditional dishes, with the goal of bringing people together to enjoy sharing dishes and time together.

Their first-ever buffet event is another great way to try their dishes, from spring rolls to hearty mains and vermicelli noodles–and you can spend time with your loved ones between trips to the buffet table.

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Mr. Red Cafe Buffet

When: Monday, February 13 (11 am to 9 pm) and Tuesday, February 14 (5 to 9 pm)
Where: Mr. Red Cafe, Kitsilano – 2680 West Broadway, Vancouver
Tickets: $28 ages 14+; $17 ages 7 to 14; kids 7 and under free. Tickets must be purchased ahead at either Mr. Red Cafe location

*Edited to reflect updated event time, as changed by the organizer following the original post.

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Lindsay William-Ross
Lindsay is a former Daily Hive Food Editor. A fourth generation Vancouverite, she has also lived in Toronto, NYC, and LA.

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