I have been going to this pizza place for years now since it is so close to where I live. I have to say, Plateau pizza is one of the best Pizza places in the lower mainland. Their pizza is always up to quality and their prices are low and reasonable. Their service is always top notch and their delivery is always on time. Their "Big Meat" pizza is absolutely to die for and their new thin crust pizza is a welcome addition. If you want something independent and local this is the place to go!
So, I love good food, wine and ambience, and the keg and sushi weren't doing it for me. I wanted something special for my date and freedom from now ex-wife, so my blondie girlfriend and me finally could walk proud in public and we tried out Joey.
The interior is superb, modern and chic, but really comfortable. I loved the set-up of the bar with the ice displayed under it!
We shared a bottle of wine and got some complimentary champagne. The oysters were awesome and we both had the fish that was so right.
The waitress was saucy cute and the tallest girl in miniskirt in the whole room. Blondie hostess was not bad by all means either.
For $68 we had food, wine, candy and great ambience. Enjoyed my freedom celebration.
I read the last review the same day I had a large party booked for the last day of a long weekend. Needless to say I was a little bit worried. However we had the exact opposite experience of the previous reviewer.
Our group of 25 (mostly seniors) was greated plesantly at the door, seated quickly and noticed that the air conditiong was set just perfect. Our server took our drink orders, which was tough because some people wanted drinks not on the menu, others wanted water with lemon-no ice or many different ways. Everybody got exactly what thay wanted, quickly. The Owner popped in just to make sure everybody was doing fine.
25 food orders were a quite varied, but also came hot and exactly as ordered. Endless fries were offered to any one who wanted, but the portions are good enough. I've had many things on the menu and and enjoyed them all.
If you have never been to "The Grill" it's a well kept secret that they have the best soups in BC. I have many seniors that will confirm this, and its a different 2 soups every day of the week! The value is great, about ten bucks for a execlent meal and some leftovers, 2 bucks for a soup or salad.
Back to our party... The staff were SuperHeros on September 5th 2011. Everybody in our group was well looked after and left happy with good things to say about the restaurant.
Sherese our server did a great job, Mike the owner came in a few times to check-in our our group.
The birthday girl had a free desert, and I was very happy we choose The Coquitlam Grill as our favorite restaurant.
Please do yourself a favor and come try this restaurant.
Waitress brought us some stale nachos and dip that could only be described as resembling stale dog vomit mixed with cheese, and we figured it was complementary (which isn't unreasonable given how it looked). We ate it anyways, only to found out that it didn't belong to us 30 minutes after it was brought to us. The waitress then came over, blaming us for their mistake, and made a big scene about it. Apparently them confusing the orders of different groups, and taking half and hour to figure it out is a mistake on our part. She didn't even give us a chance to explain the situation, or offer to pay for it. Instead she just gave us a guilt trip, and ignored us for the rest of the night.
Burger was soggy, drinks were poorly made, "spinach dog vomit dip" was bland, waitress was rude. Sad to see the Foggy Dew go from good to awful.
And maybe not even then. The good is that their Greek salad is great and certainly fairly priced. Service was fine and the young lady pleasant. But the pizza was just awful. A large was about $27.00 and even with a 50% off coupon wasn't worth it. My wife, who seems never to complain about anything and who previously liked the pizza here thought it was the absolutely worst pizza she'd ever had. The crust had to be previously made and frozen. Then they burned it and forgot (?) the tomato sauce. Toppings were minimal and tastless (that's the only part we could eat). The place was almost empty at 6 pm. It's easy to see why. I don't think it was just a bad day. Go elsewhere.
We went to Coquitlam Grill for breakfast this morning (Sept. 4/11). We enjoy going there with our friends from time to time and as a general rule, the service is fairly good and the meals come in a timely fashion, but today was a disaster. The previous review by dottak is our story also (we were with them), so I won't repeat it, but I have to say that we were all disappointed (not to mention "hungry"!) today with this restaurant and when we left, we still weren't sure where our waitress disappeared to!
I'm sorry to write this review because on previous visits to this restaurant the service and food have been good.
We were seated after waiting 15 minutes and were asked right away if we want drinks. The 4 of us ordered coffee and one orange juice. We got our coffee in a reasonable time but no orange juice. We waited, and waited. After 3 cups of coffee and not seeing our waitress again, we asked the coffee girl to check on our orders.
A party of about 12 people came in and within 15 minutes were brought their food. We were still waiting. Still no waitress in sight. After waiting 50 to 60 minutes we decided to leave. Another table near us had complaints about the length of time it took to get their food and the length of time it took to pay.
Granted it was a long weekend and maybe they were short staffed but waiting an hour is not ok.
My friend did mention to the coffee girl, because we couldn't find out waitress, that we were leaving. She did say she mentioned to the waitress about the enquiry we had made. My friend did leave $5 to pay for the coffees.
Not sure if we will try this place again or not.
We ate here twice. The first time, we ate in the restaurant. The food and service were very good. We enjoyed all the dishes. In fact, we were considering making this our new regular Chinese restaurant.
A few weeks later, we tried it again. For some reason, they feel they can make a lower quality food for take out customers. The Sichuan green bean dish was a total disaster. It had a weird salty taste, was not spicy at all, and the beans were badly overcooked. We threw it out. All other dishes were also unimpressive.
We may eat here again, but only to dine in.
Having never been here before, we didn't know what to expect concerning menu, prices, atmosphere, etc. Hubby's boss goes here all the time and raves about it, so thought we'd give it a try since we were in the area. The server was polite, sweet, and knowledgable, and got our order exactly right. We ordered the fish tacos and the special of the night, short ribs with garlic mashed potatoes. The fish tacos were superb! Hubby's beef was fork tender. Such a delicious and satisfying meal, wow! All in all, great food and we would come back again.
This new location near Silvercity is much better than Pinetree and North Road combined. The restaurant is cleaner, larger and roomier. Even the regular pho dishes taste much better here. We've been many times to their other locations, but we like this one the best, not sure why it's so different, perhaps they are playing musical chefs? Hopefully this location will be able to maintain its quality and quantity to keep it solid and good.
Discovered this company initially at English Bay during the fireworks with a take out order (very good!) and when hubby had a hankering for fish and chip again, we looked them up again. We found the Coquitlam location was on our errands path and stopped in for lunch a couple of weeks ago. A small location from the storefront but spacious once you get inside with not too many tables squished together. Lots of room. It was clean and airy as well, without the heavy odor of grease hanging in the air. Nothing fancy but definitely clean and very pleasant
We opted for the $11.99 all you can eat option which comes with bottom-less pop. Quick service with a smile, even though she seemed to be the only server on at lunch time that day but you'd never know if she was stressed. She was friendly, had an easy smile on her face and didn't rush us at all. Beverages were refreshed when there was maybe 1/4 glass left and offers of more fish (and fries) when there was 1 piece left on our plates ensuring our plates and cups were never empty. We went a second time last light with a friend and even this we got there a half hour before their closing time (didn't realize they closed at 8pm), we had the same friendly service from the same server.
The fish was fresh and served piping hot,.. same with the fries, done as they're ordered. Crispy without being burnt and not dripping with oil or tasting heavy. Tartar sauce that I believe is made in-house and just yummy! The guys tore though a lot of tartar sauce with their fish and we all left with full tummies but not feeling weighted down.
Would we go again? Absolutely and I'm sure in the very near future!
This is one of my favourite restaurants in Port Coquitlam, and when I found out they moved to Coquitlam I thought, great! we ordered take out one night, food was outstanding. You can't really judge the service for take out other than they said it would take 20 minutes and it took 20 minutes to get it, so that was great.
Food was so great, souvlaki, spanakopita, roast lamb - it was all great! You should try it... the previous greek restaurant at this location was crap... this is a HUGE improvement!
My husband, 2 year old daughter and I went for breakfast one morning on a weekend, the restaurant wasn't that busy. It took almost an hour to get our breakfast we ordered (typical bacon and eggs, nothing special).
It took almost 30 minutes just to get the waitress to our table to get to order! and to top it off, I asked for a glass of water FOUR times, and it never did come. Then at the end, the waitress says, "Oh, you never got your water"... yeah - no kidding. Don't waste your time especially if you're short on time thinking you'll get a quick breakfast here. Food isn't anything that special either...
Our family has gone to the restaurant half doz times at least, found the food decent and the servers AMAZING; hence the reason we come back. We have a 2yr boy and they all spent time chatting it up with him and he always enjoyed all the attention of course which made our experience delightful as parents. If you're a parent you know what I mean. I recently had another baby boy and we decided we would go for dinner and show him off. He’s 5 weeks at the time which is Fri Aug 12. He is a perfect baby; very happy and we have taken him to plenty of other restaurants with no problems. half way through our meal I finish feeding him and he needs to be burped; so off he goes to dad to do the burping and he is a little fussy, he is not screaming his face off turning purple etc ect, just a bit whiny because he needs to burp. The OWNER comes over right away and is standing over us asking if everything is ok and that he is getting complaints from customers that our baby is interrupting their meals, and that he needs to think of them because they are spending big money there as he put it. I couldn’t believe what I was hearing. We were given our bill, our food packed up, and our son the 2yr old missed out on his dessert that came with his kid’s meal that we ordered from their kids menu.
My husband and I just moved into the area and so are trying out new places to find a good meal. Both of us work in the food and service industry and find that even though we like simple food, you cannot find a lot of places out there that offer just an awesome soup and sandwich.
We have driven by Soups Plus a couple times and decided to try it out. I really bealieve in little local hole in the wall restaurants and was hoping this could be a little secret place near our house, however I found the food pretty plain and salty. I have read reviews for this restaurant and was preety surpirsed to hear about the friendly man who chats a lot and offers soup samples. We were not talked to at all, except to be told to order our sandwiches to the man running the shop. A sign would of made their pay later idea less awkward, and though I get the idea behind it, I don't feel it necessary. My husbands sandwich was very overpowering, he had the louisianna po'boy. The meat was microwaved, and covered in sauce so you basically were just eating a sauce sandwich. I had the club stacker, and while the bread was amazing the chicken was marinated or dressed way to salty and really dried out. Our soups while good, left some room for doubt in the homemade department, mostly due to the viscosity and shallow (instead of depth of ) flavour. Home made cream of mushroom soup should be a darker colour and have a heavyness to it from the cream. The atmosphere was weird..there were random people coming in and out, all the light fixures were different and the music was cbc radio playing opera and news. All those things you would believe would make a charming quaint place, but didn't really add to an overall atmosphere at all. We will not be going back, and will be on the lookout for another soup and sandwich shop.
A friend and I met for lunch today at Mr. Mike's. We were seated immediately by a very pleasant young lady after being given several choices of where to sit. Our server was with us right away and took our drink orders and explained some new features on the menu. We both drank ice water all the way through lunch and never once had to ask for a refill--our server was on the ball and kept our glasses full.
We shared the crab/shrimp stuffed mushroom caps/garlic toast and they were absolutely delectable.
My friend ordered the chicken/roasted red pepper quesadilla with salad and I ordered the soup/sandwich/salad. We both thought the salad dressing was delicious and the salad fresh. My lunch partner really enjoyed her quesadilla as well. My sandwich of ham, Swiss cheese, and tomato on a piece of baguette was excellent and the garlic aioli was "to die for". The clam chowder was disappointing as it was hard to find any clam meat and there were far too many potatoes in it but I had enough food that I didn't really miss eating the soup.
The food and service were excellent and the prices are very reasonable.
I will recommend this restaurant to friends and I will certainly return for another meal.
I recently took my family from out of town to Matoi sushi based on the previous reviews and one previous visit. Everything has changed since our last visit. The food was ok, nothing spectacular. We went on a Sunday night. Service was extremely slow and they seemed understaffed. The reason why I said this is the WORST sushi place was that the portion size was a joke. I've never experienced such small portion at a sushi place. For example, a california roll at any sushi restaurants will have at least 6 pieces but this place only gave you 4 and they were the smallest 4 pieces I've ever seen. Two orders combined together will barely equal to one order from any other sushi restaurants. I'm NOT JOKING here! There were 5 of us that night. We ordered vegetable tempura and our order came with 4 medium pieces and 1 tiny piece of green bean. In addition, the beef ribs that we ordered only had 2 pieces and they were also the tiniest pieces I've ever seen. I was so embarrassed in the end and I will NEVER EVER go back to this place! If you want your value or just simply want decent sushi without breaking your bank, trust me, this is not the place to go to.
The restaurant has moved locations to Poco since we last went: 203 - 2020 Oxford Connector Port Coquitlam (same mall as Kin's Market, Taco del Mar and Meridian Meats). The restaurant is now called W&S's Smokehouse and Bistro.
My husband had the borscht which excellent flavour and a very good-size portion. (I don't like beets and found this soup very good too). He also had the pulled pork sandwich with yam fries (yum!) and coleslaw (fresh). I had two beef ribs which included a side (I picked yam fries) and coleslaw for $12. Excellent flavourful ribs. I also ordered a side salad for $3 more. The cornbread was light and not overly sweet or grainy. We were both quite full after this meal and the cost after taxes was under $36 (we didn't have any beverages or dessert). Service was very good and our water glasses were filled regularly.
The menu has a variety of items from appetizers, salads, smokehouse items (beef or pork ribs, chicken) and hearty meals like chicken korma and stews. We will definitely be back to try other items.
Everything is homemade and there's a consistent group of regular customers who have followed the owners to their new location. Quality wholesome food with good portions. Nice owner. They also do catering.
Hanano always serves fresh, delicious food. The restaurant has a very pleasant atmosphere and the kitchen staff and employees are always friendly and helpful. The restaurant and facilities are always clean, the service is fast and the prices are good. This is the perfect place to find an oasis during a busy work day, or to enjoy some company over dinner.
I really expected a lot from this place since everytime I passed by and it's got this huge line up.
So my kids invited me in the morning after Father's day, we were really happy it was just half full.
However, all we could eat was fruits, fruits, and fruits. well, believe me, we enjoyed the fruits and
it was pleasant for breakfast. However, the other things like the crepes and sandwichs were disappointing
since the custard had no taste, and the sandwich were no connections to the fruits. It's very interesting
to see different ingredients from other typical breakfast restaurants such the one across the street, but
I guess based on our meat-loving family, we prefered more hearty and comfy meals.
And I just wonder what will happen when the winter comes and there won't be so much berries, watermelons, or apples around.
And to compare, the meals are not on the cheap side. they are considerably expensive since all we got
I am sad to say we probably won't return to eat for a while.
But I would recommend people to try it once and enjoy the variety of fruit they provide. It is certainly a
different experience for breakfast.
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