This blog was borne out of a Eureka! moment while eating some of the best Indian food I have had in Calgary.
When traveling overseas in a new place, haven’t you caught yourself wondering, “Hmm, where do the locals eat? Where can I go to get the most authentic <insert cuisine> food that only locals who have been living there for 25 years know about? Where can I go to get a taste of the exotic?”
And thus was borne this food blog where an ethnic Chinese, Indian, and Vietnamese dig deep inside the bowels of Calgary and bring to you the HITW places which only a select few Calgarians know about. This Sh*t’s Delicious is a food blog for locals and tourists alike wondering where they can get the best authentic ethnic food for the cheapest value. In other words, where are the hole-in-the-wall (HITW) places where the locals eat and where you can get the most bang for your buck.
That said, we are human too, and from time-to-time, we will be reviewing more mainstream restaurants as well, especially if there are only a handful of restaurants to choose from. At the end of the day, we enjoy going to fancy new restaurants and tasting haute cuisine like everyone else.
Peace out. Onwards and upwards.
So you may have noticed that this blog has multiple authors – like the dreaded three-headed chimera, we may share a similar base but we definitely have different minds. I like to think we each add a certain style to the blog – you may notice my gratuitious use of assonance and alliteration, dashes, and parentheses (like this!) – but we also each bring our unique tastes and preferences to the table to provide as much depth to the review as possible. Being young engineers, we don’t really know sh*t all about food, but we can break it down so it sounds like we do After all, taste is just a matter of opinion, and we’re chock full of opinions. I hope people find some insights in our writing – but really, if you find our articles entertaining, that’s good enough for me!
Hi. I am like the middle child of the group. No one wants me here and my opinions are totally ignored.