AnnaLena Michael Robbins named his restaurant for his two grandmothers, Anna and Lena. If either of them ever told him not to play with his food, it doesn’t show. AnnaLena’s long black and white Kitsilano room is decorated with the chef’s own painted Bearbrick teddy figurines and sentimental Lego constructions, like a red heart he built his wife for Valentine’s Day. How refreshing to find a chef exhibiting a personal passion for something other than bare Edison filament bulbs.Robbins’ real toys are in the kitchen. The octopus and potato dish features tentacles cooked sous-vide and then grilled, while the tiny suckers are detached, pickled and accentuated with little pastry-bag dots of lobster mayonnaise.