Location: 1108 W Pender Street and there is also a new Broadway and Yukon location
I’ve heard and seen a lot of Heritage Asian Eatery posts in the past but never was interested in going. Recently they opened the Broadway and Yukon location where the old Chronic Tacos was. Being that it was lunch hour, I ordered by phone and picked up in person. Thankfully the line was short, but if it was bigger, I might have waited a while to just pick up and pay (I suggest a pick up line).
As for the decor, it looked like a casual cafeteria restaurant, very industrial looking. There’s a lot on the menu that I want to try but the prices are a little high for lunch. I typically would want to spend just around $10 for a lunch meal but it’s a bit higher at Heritage.
I ordered the fried chicken rice bowl and the chicken was fried to perfection. It was very good, on par with The Gray Olive Cafeteria in Burnaby. The green onion ginger sauce wasn’t authentic enough but it was a nice try. Egg was cooked to a perfect medium. Rice was on the cold side and I was a bit disappointed at that. The bowl is topped with crunch bits, ear worm mushrooms, and a nice thick sauce to mend everything together.
The food itself is good, portions could be a bit bigger, but definitely a once a month type of joint.