This has got to be the best Japanese restaurant ever! We usually order the spicy salmon sashimi don and it's orgasmic. It is VERY spicy so if you can't handle it, you can request them to make it less spicy. The sushi boat is very good however, the portions is a bit less when it comes to the price. They have many special/exotic sushi rolls that you just have to try. I tried to fried california roll and it was delicious. The cream cheese roll was very good too.
I have tried everything on their menu. I am now a few pounds bigger, a great deal happier and an expert on Italian food. Honestly the canneloni has me humming while I eat it. It's a good thing that they expanded so we can get a seat whenever we arrive. The salads and pizza have already been described and I will affirm that they are spectacular. I appreciated them more tonight than any other time after a very bad Italian meal in another restaurant. Don't bother going anywhere else. This is as good as it gets.
We were puzzled that our experiences at Sushi Mori were so below par lately. Gone are the good size portions, the little free appies (which were such a nice touch) and gone are the friendly, efficient waitresses. In its place we found small portions and a disorganized kitchen. I hope the new owners are developing a whole new base to draw their customers from because the regulars will not be coming back when asked to pay the same for far less....
We just moved to the Central Coqutialm area from Burnaby 3 weeks ago and wanted to find out the good pizza places to order from. I'm glad to say that Austin Heights Pizza is a definite keeper. I ordered 3 medium, 3 topping pizzas for $23.99 + taxes. The pizzas were really good, great sauce, lots of toppings and cheese. The crust is really good, not too thick and not too thin, with a bit of a sour tang to it, which is nice. It's a bit on the oily side, but I think that is due to the copious amount of cheese on each pizza. I'm used to great pizza places in Burnaby like Viva Sue and Beethoven's and I would put Austin Heights right up there with those aforementioned places. It's not much too look at, as it is strictly a take out joint. Parking can be a bit of a nightmare, but there are 2 designated parking spots directly in front of the store. Definitely recommended.
Jimoco will give you two pasta plates for the price of one, so you'll be more than able to load up on all the pasta you want, if Jimoco pasta is indeed what you want. You get what you pay for, like with most things. Cheap eats with a buy one get one discount? Cheap ingredients with, albeit, large portions. Besides that, the place is pretty average in general. It is always crowded (since it only has about 10 tables) without any real ambiance. Maybe you'd enjoy it if you're bringing a few friends or you're planning on buying more than one pasta plate to get in on their deal. Otherwise, skip it. You can get a much better plate of pasta for the $15 or so they charge anywhere else in the city.
i ordered some sushi and sashimi and tataki for pick up.
i wasnt hungry that much and i ordered a caterpillar roll for myself and
my the other friends got enough foods for themselves.
actually, their price was so cheap and i didnt expect the quality of their foods
so i didnt order enough for me.
however... when i tasted the caterpillar roll, it was amazing.
i cant believe how they can offer such a nice quality sushi with such a low
all of my friends loved tada sushi's foods and i regreted to order only one
item because once i ate the sushi i became hungry.
i will order tada sushis foods soon again. a lot of food next time.
thanks tada sushi!!
From the "no frills cafe" description I was expecting a brightly lit, formica table diner but this is really a very comfortable restaurant with lots of cozy booths. We had about a 15 minute wait for a table. Staff is friendly, I only saw two waitresses , but they kept things moving smoothly.
So the big deal is the two for one pasta special. You buy two of the twenty some choices and pay for the more expensive one. You get a full size plate of food and the pasta is very good. A little more garlic and spice than other Italian restaurants, but I like that. I had the linquini with clams and my partner had the penne forno. Both were very good. We had a 1/2 litre of red wine and shared a Gelato dessert. Total bill with tip was $46. Really that is hard to beat.
The restaurant was full and almost all the customers in this Italian restaurant were Asian which struck me as kind of neat -- an only in Vancouver thing.
Recommended - Nice, clean restaurant, excellent food, great ambiance, absolutely gorgeous.
Food - very delicious, always very fresh, big portions.
My favourite dish is chicken santorini and my husband's favorite dish is lamb souvlaki. Also, we highly recommend their kalamari.
Personally, I think that this is the best Greek restaurant - if not overall restaurant - in town.
In general, it is very hard for us to change our orders because of the incredible taste and quality of the fantastic dishes mentioned above. However, we have also tried the chicken souvlaki and roast lamb, which were also amazing. Honestly, there are no words to explain their taste because "great" or "delicious" is simply not enough.
Our children (who are all adults now) and all the friends we have brought with us to the restaurant all share the same opinion as we do.
I'm 100% sure that My Greek Taverna at Brunette Ave in Coquitlam is one of the best in town and, as a result, we recommend it for anyone who likes good, prepared food, and a clean and wonderful atmosphere.
Service - is always attentive, very friendly.
Ambiance and value - the prices seem very reasonable, especially considering the generous portions they provide. The place is beautiful decorated and makes you feel like you are in a restaurant in Thessalloniki or Athens. Best of all, it's much cheaper than a flight!
I always go in for take-out, I've never dined in. Each time the restaurant is quite busy, their is never any parking out front. I always park in the "No Parking" zones when i run in to get my order. I'm a Salmon roll addict, yum! The salmon is always fresh, seeing as how its always so busy; i assume they must get food shipments regularly. The dynamite roll isn't bad either. The restaurant is nothing fancy, the prices are great, but the wait staff not so much. Quick, and quiet on the phone, and not friendly when i come in to pick up my orders.
Came after a night of recreational badminton with 4 of my friends on a Friday night. It was around 10-10:30 ish and the restaurant was still full. We didn't wait for very long and was promptly seated at a booth. The server greeted us within 2 minutes and asked if we heard the specials and then asked if we were ready for our drink order. When our drinks came, we ordered our food, and the food got to our table in less than 10 minutes.
We ordered 1 lb of wings, a pasta, and the shared platter to try. For the 1 lb, we had the Canadian Maple Bourbon flavour and it was quite good. It smelled lightly of maple syrup and the wings were juicy. The pasta was a BYOP and we chose Fettucine Alfredo Prawn and it was surprisingly decent. The shared platter had more than 6 different things on it, and it was a good portion. The service was also very attentive, which surprised me because I have heard many bad reviews before. When the bill came, it was pretty legit for 5 people, no one paid more than $15. The only downside was the bathroom and its horrible smell. Overall the experience was pretty good. If you were disappointed in the past, you may want to try this place again!
Was into this location a few weeks back to try the wood cooked flatbread was told to try the tandori chicken version. It looked nice a bit small in size for the $14 price tag. The beard had a nice crunch but unfortunatly all I could taste was the chutney and cilantro. I could not see much chicken let alone taste it. Very disapointed over all evem more so when I had to pay $6 for a beer. At $10 and less spice and more chicken I would have been happier.
Service was good very friendly no one appeared to be sitting around all staff was moving and working to keep guests happy. Nice set up with the exception of the entrance to the parking lot you can easily take the first entrance that will bring you to a differnet complex. I personally have driven past this location 100's times but the road sign really does not stand out too well in that location. In any case I will keep on passing by in the future.
so i've eaten here pretty much every time i go to ikea, it's just a big cafeteria and the over-worked employees running the counter. At least they let you mix and match items.
the mashed potatoes and meatballs are all right
bad items: the pasta (the sauce SUCKS), roasted chicken (overcooked both times i've had it)
the best deal is the unlimited refills of pop/coffee for $1
We have been ordering from this place for a few years- since we moved to the tri-cities in 2006. We always get delivery and we are always very happy with it. We each get a meal for one which gives us tastes of a few different dishes. There is plenty of food and it always tastes fresh and delicious. The service is very friendly when we call and when the food is delivered. The menu is extensive - highly recommend!
So why am I bothering to submit a review. It's always good. Great in fact. I have been going to the Keg for over 30 years. I think I've been to every location. I have never had a bad meal.
The food is always good. There are no surprises. This is the best place for steaks. Just popped into Coquitlam for a casual meal with a friend. I had the shrimp cocktail (huge shrimp) and he had the escargot. You have to have the escargot! We had the prime rib (12oz) and the Sirloin Neptune. Fantastic food. Fantastic service.
No surprises. You can always count on the Keg!
Im so sad that the new managment/owners have changed the portions. I used to eat here weekly and im sad to say that I will not return. I miss the friendly female staff that used to work there. They used to make the best little cookies. Ive noticed that the prices have stayed the same. I ordered, what would have been enough for 3 people, and I could've eaten it all to myself. Portions are wayyyyy to small!!
What a sad sad sad day. Goodbye Sushi Mori.
Took my family for dinner and the service was slow and the place was very loud. I could accept that but part way thru dinner my daughter noticed a fruit fly in the chili pepper jar that I just had sprayed over my food. I called the manager to tell him and instead of at least apologizing he basically told us we were lying as we are trying to point out the fly in the jar. He grabbed jar and no response ever. WORST CUSTOMER service ever. Even the poor waitress had to tell me how embarassed they are of the owners. ZERO respect or care for their customers. Will never go again and encourage all others not to go and tell your friends about how poor this place is. This place should NOT be serving food or be in business. Go to Anton's or Anduccis. Much better food and way better service
In order to keep their doors open, pubs and restaurants need to be outstanding, exceptional, and make you feel like you are the best customer they have.
Unfortunately, the foggy dew does not make you feel like that at all.
The employees could care less if you are just passing thru town, or a 3 year regular.
The waitresses dont want to know your name, and really, just drink your beer and get out.
Unless of course, you are a chick and the bartender likes you, or you are a friend or boyfriend
of one of the waitresses, then you are treated like royalty!
I have watched a friend of one waitresses walk in, at the same time as another customer, and the waitresses and bartender are all smiles with the friend and pour him a beer right away.
The other guy sits down, and 10 minutes later he still hasnt even been greeted or order taken or anything.
It just seems like popular high school kids run the place, and unless you are in their what they consider, "cool", group of friends, dont expect good service.
Well, guess what?
That type of attitude doesnt work in these tough, spendthrift times.
And with the tougher drunk driving laws, and people going to pubs less and less, and the good ol HST taxing us even more, I dont see the foggy dew lasting too much longer, unless the owner(s) pull a rabbit out of the hat and create a new, customer is always first, attitude among the "cool and popular" waitresses and bartenders!
I don't see that happening though.
Ahhh really, what do I care.....
If they close I will just go to the John B. up the road.
I was surprised to see the bad reviews of Cora Breakfast and Lunch...
I'm from Quebec and we have so many Cora's!!! I was more than pleased when I realized that this franchise was finally here, in BC!
Try to find a breakfast place that serve this variety of fresh fruits... NONE! The Dutch? No and in the same price range. Ricky's? Hell NO! It's frozen ones!
For those people who said that it was not worth their money, I'd say that you should just go back to ABC or other cheap breakfast place. Cora's price goes between $8 to $14 the plate. My bill is usually around $15 with the coffee included. Is it that high for a good breakfast?!?
I've never had a bad service. Waiters at Cora work together. You have a main waiter, but another will come with your plate and another one to refill your coffee constantly! And, bonus, some of them speak French! It feels a little bit more like home for me. :)
Every time that I go to Cora, I feel good. People are awesomely nice and I'm always coming out of there with a smile in my face.
Oh! Don't forget to grab a piece of fudge after paying your bill! Yummy...
My classic: The Strawberry Satisfaction with English Cream. Delectable!
I'll always go back to Cora, always...
Future location to be opened in South Surrey... Yeah!
I have to say that when I logged on to this website I was surprised to see so many bad reviews for this place. It's one of our favorite restaurants, and we eat out a lot. It's definitely our favorite for greek food. We live in New West and used to live in Richmond. We pass several greek restaurants on the way but we like Kefi the best. We've even brought a lot of our friends here for dinner and have made loyal customers out of them as well. Service is always acceptable, sometimes better than others, but we've never had bad service. I always find the food consistent and well-seasoned. Which confuses me even more... is it bland or is it salty people???
My favorite thing on the menu is the lamb souvlaki. It's very lean meat and a large portion of meat, not like the large portion of rice you get elsewhere. Hubby almost almost always has the roast lamb. He likes it because the top is crisped. When we have room, we get a bougatsa for dessert. The phillo is nice and crispy and the custard filling is HOT. I recommend this place.
We tried this place last weekend. Walking in, upon first impression it looked like a De Dutch Pannekoek house but after a kids birthday party. Huge tacky decals on the walls and a french county color pallete that made you wonder where they got their inspiration - Party Bizarre?
Unfortunately we had high hopes for this place we had heard good things about. (Well...from one person) so our expecations may have been too high. We couldn't get over the amount of staff in the place and it wasn't even full. There was what appeared to be a general manager, a food runner (who was french and ranted about the maple syrup that he brought to the table until we heard him mention each little puck of liquid was 60 cents extra..) 6 line cooks in uniforms, 2 prep cooks, a head chef, a couple hostesses, and 3 servers. (Gotta give them points for keeping the provincial unemployment rate down).
Then we read the menu. At a glance the pictures looked promising but the prices were outragous. Everything on the menu was overpriced by at least $4 for what you are actually getting. And we're not talking about the mountain of fruit they so cleverly place on every plate to make it look so appealing. Frankly, who wants to fill up on a huge fruit bowl when you're main reason for dining out is to expect getting a nice eggs benny? I don't have anything against fruit as a garnish, but to me it looks like Cora's banks on this being what draws the eye away from the main course, creating an illusion of value when all you're getting is powder mixed hallandaise and bland potato wedges. We had two breakfasts, the dry crepes with the over priced sweet cream (again not fresh made but from a package) and the ham eggs benny with two coffees. Our bill came to over $40.
Needless to say - we won't be back.
|1.||My Greek Taverna|
|3.||Chada Thai Fine Cuisine|
|5.||Insadong Korean Restaurant|
|6.||Nagano Japanese Restaurant|
|7.||Kefi Greek Kouzina|
|10.||Cumpari Gelato & Caffe|
|11.||Coquitlam Grill, The|
|12.||Sui Sha Ya Japanese Restaurant|
|13.||Pho 99 Vietnamese Noodle House|
|16.||Hon's Wun Tun House|
|17.||John B. Neighbourhood Pub, The|
|18.||Milestone's Grill and Bar|
|19.||Wilbur & Sabastians Bistro|
|20.||Cactus Club Cafe|
|1.||Wilbur & Sabastians Bistro|
|3.||Cactus Club Cafe|
|4.||My Greek Taverna|
|5.||Chada Thai Fine Cuisine|
|6.||Golden Boot, The|
|7.||John B. Neighbourhood Pub, The|
|9.||Insadong Korean Restaurant|
|10.||Milestone's Grill and Bar|
|12.||Kefi Greek Kouzina|
|13.||Nagano Japanese Restaurant|
|14.||Coquitlam Grill, The|
|15.||Cumpari Gelato & Caffe|
|18.||Hon's Wun Tun House|
|19.||Pho 99 Vietnamese Noodle House|