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Metro Vancouver Restaurant Reviews
Ko's Sushi Japanese Restaurant22071 48 Avenue, #103, Langley
Hands down our favorite Sushi Restaurant in town
By Nik of Langley B C (2 Reviews)
Submitted Tuesday, July 25, 2017 - 4:05pm [Dine in]

This is a great little sushi place tucked away in Murrayville. Super friendly staff, absolutely fresh food. Wonderful wild salmon sashimi. Nothing farmed here, It's very, very good, I haven't tried anything I didn't care for. The gomae is delicious. Their dinner boxes are good with generous portions. Very tasty Yakisoba. The tempura is always perfect and light. You are always served a piece of fruit at the end of your meal. What more could you ask for?

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Langley Vietnamese Cuisine5521 203 Street, Suite 104, Langley
Excellent Food
By Nik of Langley B C (2 Reviews)
Submitted Tuesday, July 25, 2017 - 4:00pm [Dine in]

This is a very busy but efficient restaurant. The food is very good, always fresh, the service is quick, but if you're looking for a place where you can linger over a long meal, this isn't the place for you. The tables are almost always in high demand and you might feel a bit rushed out the door once you've finished your meal, however the food is worth it. So if you're looking for a fairly quick, quality Vietnamese meal, stop in. You won't be disappointed, Personal favorites are the Hot & Sour Prawn Soup, Lemongrass Barbecued Chicken, Beef Stew with Bread (Bo Kho), and the Spring Rolls. All very delicious. You can't go wrong.

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No. 9 Restaurant5300 No. 3 Road, #812, Richmond
Be prepare for bad service
By emilyubc of Vancouver (1 Review)
Submitted Tuesday, July 25, 2017 - 2:15pm [Dine in]

This restaurant opens 24 hours , so it's really convenient for people living in Richmond, especially at midnight. The food is OK, and usually the service is just so so.

But last week I met a very rude waitress. When I ordered the food, I found there are two dishes with similar names, one is BBQ duck Congee, and the other one has congee and BBQ duck. I was not clear about the difference in ingredients, so I asked her what's the difference between these two dishes. She suddenly became so mad, and yelled to me: do you want to order or not? Then she threw the menu on the table and left. At that time, I was totally shocked, and young couple next to my table were also shocked. After a while, the lady from next table tried to comfort me: don't be angry, this place has the reputation of bad service.... Obviously those words did not comfort me very well.

Because I am Chinese and she fully understood what I was talking about, I don't think there's any misunderstanding between us, which made her manner was even more unacceptable.

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Ming Tak Hong Kong Style Restaurant8363 Granville Street, Vancouver
lunch
By michael chang of Vancouver& Marpole (1 Review)
Submitted Saturday, July 22, 2017 - 9:42pm [Dine in]

July 22, 2017

I haven't been to this restaurant yet , I have passed by many times and have wanted to try this restaurant.
I have the take out menu and some of the things I picked out are a favorite.
I haven't tried any of these dishes , I will soon find out if the food is really that good.

Some of the reviews I read about this place aren't bad
to each their own.
I do know this restaurant has been in the Marpole area for a long long time .

There are some of the small chinese restaurants that are quite good .
So many chinese restaurants that I have not tried yet and will try .

Daryl S , Vancouver

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Sushi Ville2068 Commercial Drive, Vancouver
Best sushi in Vancouver and best value for your buck
By sparadis of Chilliwack, BC (2 Reviews)
Submitted Monday, July 17, 2017 - 9:37am [Dine in]

Great sushi, great value for your buck. You can get a Bento Box for around $12 and you leave completely full and with food leftover. It's not just cheap, it's super tasty and they are really good with food presentation.The service is okay, it depends on the night/day and there can sometimes be a language barrier with some of the staff. Other than that, if you're looking for tasty sushi, at a reasonable price and very well presented, this is the place to go to!

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Stepho's Greek Taverna1124 Davie St, Vancouver
Great Greek Food and UNREAL value for your buck
By sparadis of Chilliwack, BC (2 Reviews)
Submitted Monday, July 17, 2017 - 9:29am [Dine in]

Stepho's is one of our go-to for Vancouver restaurants. Whenever we make the trek from Chilliwack to downtown for the weekend, we stop and eat there for at least one dinner. It's delicious Greek food and the plates are HUGE. The restaurant is super cute and it can get pretty busy. Make sure to show up early as they do not take reservations.

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Stepho's Greek Taverna1124 Davie St, Vancouver
Bland
By Norman of Vancouver East (80 Reviews)
Submitted Saturday, July 15, 2017 - 10:45am [Dine in]

I have no complaints with the service , ambiance or value, but Greek food should have more flavour. I think I'll send them a bag of rosemary and suggest they use it for the potatoes at least. Everything was well cooked and nicely presented, but just bland. I'm used to the roasted potatoes at Greek restaurants being one of the highlights. These were just roasted potatoes. The tzatziki was pretty bland also.

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Il Uk Jo15188 Fraser Highway, Surrey
Excellent ayce
By Katietaster of Langley & Surrey/Guilford (1 Review)
Submitted Wednesday, July 12, 2017 - 2:52pm [Dine in]

Didn't know this place existed until my friend introduced me to this ayce!!
Lunch was priced $16.99 which included pop. And I believe dinner is priced at $21. Service was excellent food was fresh and fast. Interior was okay washroom was very outdated but everything else was perfect!!! Planing on visiting this place with my family next week. Yay!!

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Shawarma Corner629 Columbia St, New Westminster, New Westminster
Very nice new shawarma place just opened in new west
By iknowwhatsgood of Vancouver (10 Reviews)
Submitted Saturday, July 8, 2017 - 12:20pm [Dine in]

Went here a few nights ago with my son and had a great falafel for about $9. That comes with a drink as well. Easily the largest falafel sandwich I have had in a long while. Was a bit different flavour then your normal shawarma / donair place, and when i asked he said that it was because he was from iraq and thats the iraqi way to cook falafel. I rather enjoyed it, however it was a bit bland and lighter tasting compared to the spicier turkish variety. I recommend hot sauce if you like a spicy peppery taste. The patties were home made and gigantic and fried up FRESH, which is somewhat rare in many so called falafel places that just use a microwave to reheat previously made patties (spew). Another nice touch was that they panini press all the pita wraps so it ends up being nice and hot, with the bread softened to make for a more enjoyable mouth feel. Toppings were pretty standard with cheese being a $0.50 add on that i probably should have got. They also sell things like a humus plate for around $5, tatziki plate, a giant plate of fries for the same price, and some $8 salads that looked delicious. They have sweets as well with the normal baklava type walnut and pistachio options.

All and all, extremely good value, the meat donairs (several meats available and BBQ chicken too) all looked over flowing with meat. Two sizes, a $6 and a $9 size, both come with a drink.

I will be back there, next time I am in new west, as they have some sort of eggplant salad that i am really keen on trying. Restaurant is brand new apparently as per google reviews, and as such extremely nice and clean inside. Large bathroom (just one though), with changing table is a nice touch. There are aprox 15 seats inside the restaurant and a few outside. Was also one of the few restaurants open on a friday night in new west, a city which seems to go to bed around 8pm.

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Cactus Club Cafe101 Schoolhouse Street, #110, Coquitlam
This is the worst cactus club
By princess123 of New Westminster BC (150 Reviews)
Submitted Tuesday, July 4, 2017 - 1:39am [Dine in]

We have been here quite a few times and the only consistent thing is their shi**y service,. The wait staff is amateur and the management incompetent,, I have been upcharged for something one time and not the next for the same thing. Once they tried to charge me $5 more on an APPY for shrimp instead of chicken because I don't eat chicken. No other cactus club has ever done that . Food is ok but hard to swallow with the bad service. And really this location hold no appeal for me as far as the interior goes. There are way nicer places with superior value out there. Unless a figurehead "executive chef" with eyeliner holds special appeal for you

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Sun Tin Day Cafe5137 Victoria, Vancouver
Sun Tin Day Cafe - Hong Kong Style Restaurant / Bristo - Special Offer
By fantasy_house of Canada-Vancouver (1 Review)
Submitted Sunday, July 2, 2017 - 12:08am [Dine in]

I went there with friends and their family. We try Sun Tin Day's new special offer of LOBSTER COMBO and other menus, which are excellent. My friend's wife even order some more rice noodles and Cantonese food to cope with her Hong Kong people taste. They also said that they will go back and try again!

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Subway12473 Harris Rd, #101, Pitt Meadows
Worst Service I've Ever Experienced
By TSabanski of Pitt Meadows (1 Review)
Submitted Saturday, July 1, 2017 - 10:09pm [Take-out]

Quality of the food is not an issue.

Absolutely furious with the service at this location.

Ordered an Italian BMT Melt (a Panini). Since I'd never seen them make a Panini before, I didn't realize until the sandwich was nearly finished that it absolutely was not what I ordered.

Instead of apologizing and making me a new sandwich, the employee told me that I ordered the Italian BMT Footlong, in an incredibly accusatory tone -- like I was lying to him.

I told him to ring it up anyway, because I hate wasting food. The cost came out to $4 more than the Panini. I apologized and told the employee that I wasn't going to pay $4 extra for a sandwich I didn't want, nor ultimately ordered. I left without my sandwich while he yelled and shouted after me that it was what I had ordered.

To top off the insults, I saw him writing down my license plate number as I left!!

If you want to treat your customers like liars and thieves when they've done absolutely nothing wrong, be my guest! But don't expect our business.

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MYST Asian Fusion6400 Kingsway Street, #2, Burnaby
Pig's Feet Is Not Lamb
By Thrashka of Burnaby (3 Reviews)
Submitted Friday, June 30, 2017 - 10:29pm [Dine in]

I LIIIIIIIVE!!! After years of slumber, yet another poor experience has awoken Thrashka to take to the keyboard!

Thrashka brought Mrs. Thrashka and Baby Thrashka to visit Myst Asian Fusion upon hearing of a new, hip restaurant with a myriad of choices.

The decor was contemporary, they had sports on flat screens, the service was good, there were many different menu items, and prices were reasonable.

What's wrong? They have an item labeled "Mini Lamb Hot Pot" that is Chef Recommended, so of course Thrashka tries. Because, who does not love lamb? They're both cute and tasty. The problem is that what is served is instead PIG'S FEET. Yes, they try to pass off swine hooves or pork hock as lamb. When asked about it, the waitresses simply said "it's lamb", not realizing that this customer knows the difference. Thrashka has dined on pork's feet before, and it is fine, but do not insult people by flat-out telling them to their face it's lamb. Muslim brothers and sisters will have a serious issue with this!!

To their credit, they apologized and substituted another dish, without charging for the pork. So, decent customer service on their part. One should have clued-in when seeing the photo, but they also have a disclaimer that states "actual dish may vary from picture."

Heed my words, that unless you enjoy sucking on porky's toes, avoid the "Mini Lamb Hot Pot!!"

Thrashka has spoken!

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Parthenon3080 West Broadway, Vancouver
Rude and indifferent staff
By cigar06 of vancouver (14 Reviews)
Submitted Monday, June 19, 2017 - 8:18pm [Dine in]

The soup and some of the lunch dishes are reasonable. Some of the staff at the deli are positively rude. I can't believe an owner would abdicate his customer service to employees with horrible attitude. The staff just don't care! I ordered some baklava. Three signs indicated "regular, rolls and chocolate. I asked for rolls. The grumpy little old woman scowled and said they were not rolls they were something else (incomprehensible). She was brimming with hostility. Why put the signs if the staff don't know what they are called. Another deli server was clearly upset that serving me was interfering with her other duties!! Customer service LAST!!!

This could be a good place but they need to replace the staff.

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Sun Sui Wah Seafood Restaurant3888 Main Street, Vancouver
Expensive for what you get.
By SoMaYVR of South Main, Vancouver (20 Reviews)
Submitted Saturday, June 17, 2017 - 10:17am [Dine in]

Food is expensive. Can feed several for the price of one person. Place is popular for weddings. Don't park where it says residents only, or you'll get towed. The restaurant is overrated. It's too pretentious. Just a reminder not to park in the residents area or you'll get ticketed.

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Sushi-man1307 Marine Drive, North Vancouver
Where the vegetables?
By Ieatmygreens of West Vancouver, (5 Reviews)
Submitted Saturday, June 17, 2017 - 12:54am [Dine in]

This is not a Sushi review.
I let others eat raw fish..
I order what ever is not fish, and has a lot of veggies.
Meat and just sprouts is not a meal.
So the waitress suggested the udon noodles.
I had more trees growing between my hairy toes when I was a teenager, than were included incthisc$10 plate of chinese spaghetti.
A mouthful of meat and noodles. I should change walked out when I was being sold on udon.
I will not be walking back in.

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Aussie Pie GuyWest Georgia St & Hamilton St, Vancouver
More like a meat stew instead of a meat pie
By Ieatmygreens of West Vancouver, (5 Reviews)
Submitted Saturday, June 17, 2017 - 12:39am [Dine in]

I've bought pies each chance that I see the truck.
Over the past four or five years I've tried all but the salmon pie.
I skip the Skippy roo pie now.
I don't see another reason to buy a veggies pie again if they have any type of beef pie.
And the coast pie...June 2017 was the Aussie pie. But it was more of an Aussie stew in a paper bag.
I don't know what's happening to his product.. Maybe because it's gluten free..Maybe they were from the day before and heated fsrcto long over and over again. Maybe they were frozen at one time.
But after one bite...All the contents ozzed out of the top sides this collapsing the pie into a stew. I ended up with a bag full of gravy.
The price has not gone up..So like happens a lot.. The quality goes down.
Worse yet...When I confronted him.. He asked me if I enjoyed​ it.. No..No I didn't..And I didn't like his dismissive attitude. I hate feeling like I've been screwed over.

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Sandbar Seafood Restaurant1535 Johnston Street, Vancouver
Girls eve at Sandbar
By Silvia P. of Vancouver (1 Review)
Submitted Tuesday, June 13, 2017 - 10:45am [Dine in]

We were thinking about a girls night out and Sandbar appeared to be the perfect choice! Danielle was so pleasant and attentive, our glasses were never empty. Each dish was worth to try and well presented. For starter we shared California roll and it was delicious! We also ordered Scallop & Prawn Jambalaya and Kung Pao Chichen Rice Bowl which were both nice to see and tantalizing to taste. The Scallop and Prawn Jambalaya was flavoured but not overly spicy.
The atmosphere and interior are unique, live music and dance floor after dinner.
We definitely recommend Sandbar!!

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Bistro Pastis2153 W. 4th Ave, Vancouver
1st time French experience
By Yu Hua Huang of Vancouver (1 Review)
Submitted Monday, June 12, 2017 - 8:28pm [Dine in]

My friend Ruby and I went to Bisto Pastis today at 18:30pm
I ordered the daily soup and bouillabaisse de pastis. As my friend, Ruby, she ordered the soupe à l`oignon and sole meunière.
The food was really good! Especially, I loved the taste of the bouillabaisse de pastis and the side dish was astonishing.
The host greeted us kindly with smile and the server introduced the menu patiently also gave us suggestions.
The background music was beautiful with proper volume. Also, the light and indoor decoration was warm-hearted.
This was the first time we tried French restaurant and it was really nice.
Last but not least, the dessert, Lemon tart was awesome and Ruby ordered the melt chocolate she loved it.
I would definitely visit Bistro Pastis again in the future.

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Keg Steakhouse & Bar, The1011 Mainland Street, Vancouver
wonderful dinner
By jessica.hsu0620 of Vancouver (downtown) (1 Review)
Submitted Monday, June 12, 2017 - 10:59am [Dine in]

The entrance is clean and the way I stepped in the host comes to me immediately.
They asked if I have take reservation and then send me to my seat.
The server that help our order is very gently and can feel his passion, he introduce the menu and beverage very attentive and suggest their popular meal,
The whole service is out of my expectation, I didn't expect this all.
Not only the service but the food quality also.
The portion and taste is super excellent.
My order is 7 oz Fillet add shrimp and scallop oscar,
The steak taste really good, easy to bite and not rough,
the seafood let me excited also, make me feel that the meal deserve that price,
though is not cheap but it really worth to taste these food.
The dessert is delicious too, my dessert is mini fudge brownie, the brownie is warm and with cream and ice cream, the mix taste is great.
I think I will return back to celebrate someday next time.

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