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Krispy Kreme7153 120 St, Delta
Puny donuts
By epicurious of Burnaby, BC (507 Reviews)
Submitted Monday, September 22, 2008 - 3:49pm [Dine in]

Back in the day when KK donuts were all the craze, they were by far top of the list for best donuts. But that was when it wasn't yet available in BC just yet. I don't know if it's the water here, or something else, but KK donuts here just don't measure up. Yes, they are still tasty, but I find them overly sweet and fake tasting - if that's possible.

Over the past years, my opinion of them keeps going on the decline. They've gotten more expensive and smaller. Even their famous "when-the-light-is-on-come-in-for-a-free-glazed" is gone.

Unfortunately, I cannot say I heart KK donuts any longer.

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Mt Fuji Sushi5198 Ladner Trunk Road, Delta
awesome
By binthere of delta (1 Review)
Submitted Monday, September 22, 2008 - 12:26am [Dine in]

My family have been going to Mt. Fuji for years. Micheal and his wife are true professionals. All the food we have eaten is fresh and well prepared. The service even when it is busy is freindly and prompt. We dine there (eat in or take out) at least once a month,. They are part of the community and are 2 very caring and genuine people. We don't go any where else for sushi and are never dissapointed!

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Maguro Sushi5241 Ladner Trunk Rd, Delta
Maguro Sushi in Ladner
By kab5252 of Ladner, BC (1 Review)
Submitted Friday, September 12, 2008 - 9:44pm [Dine in]

For anyone that lives in S. Delta, we already know what a true "jewel" we have with Maguro Sushi. Their food is incredible... the service is amazing. They are busy, so busy in fact I am reconsidering giving this review! We/I dine there on a regular basis and have never had a disappointing experience. We also "take out" on a regular basis in our family from this restaurant and have never had to wait longer than a 15 minute wait time for pick up. The staff are friendly and kind, but the 5 stars go to their wonderful Japanese cuisine. You won't be disappointed.. I promise! If you love sushi/sashimi, and more... you won't regret going to Maguro, and perhaps turn into the the Maguro addict that I am! Closed on Sundays... so sad!

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Akari Japanese Restaurant7261 120 Street, Delta
Quality Japanese in Delta- Who Knew?
By markader of Kitsilano (3 Reviews)
Submitted Friday, September 12, 2008 - 12:24pm [Dine in]

Overall this place was a winner with me when I went a years ago. I've been a regular here, even though I live in the Kits area.

A friend and I stopped by here after a few recommendations from a neighbor. To my surprise, the menu was filled with interesting items. We tried a few of their specialty rolls, including the tropical, house roll, rock and roll, tempura, spicy delight to name a few. I highly recommend the rock and roll (funny name but well worth it)!

The quality and freshness of the seafood is always top notch and the food presentation was creative and colorful.

This is definitely not the typical budget sushi. Food quality and service is reflected in their price. However, I'm surprised to hear the price issue in the below reviewers as most of their items are under $10. Dinner for us with a large sake usually comes to about $50 for two people- which is quite reasonable (in my opinion).

Service and my experience has always been great- feels somewhat like a family, as I have seen the same servers for years. Management always seems to be on the floor making sure their clients are happy.

Our waitress last Friday was especially memorable (of course I forgot her name). Although it was a busy 7pm Friday night, she was very patient and helpful with the menu and provided a cheerful and prompt service. She was also sweet enough to help us find a cab!

If the manager is reading this, I really hope he opens up another business in the Kits area as I think Akari defines quality at a solid price.

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Cactus Club Cafe7907 120 St, Delta
Very nice Dinner
By PeeTee of Surrey (2 Reviews)
Submitted Tuesday, September 9, 2008 - 12:22pm [Dine in]

My wife and I enjoyed a very nice evening at this beautifull restaurant. The service was such that at times we were not quite sure of who our server was. The meal was excellent in both presentation and flavour. The only down side was that we feel that a restaurant of this calibur should serve port in a port glass rather than in a brandy sniffter.

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Krispy Kreme7153 120 St, Delta
good stuff
By sushimaniac of vancouver (3 Reviews)
Submitted Thursday, August 28, 2008 - 12:33am [Dine in]

Krispy Kreme has become my favorite donut place but gosh its really fattening but definitly one of these things where everyone must try at least once, I 'm addicted to these donuts but they certain add a lot of fat! but once in awhile is great!

I don't like the ones that are heavily decorated with sprinkles and nuts but the simple glazed round donus are probably the best ones they have available.

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Mt Fuji Sushi5198 Ladner Trunk Road, Delta
best sushi in town
By tree of Ladner (1 Review)
Submitted Thursday, August 21, 2008 - 1:55pm [Dine in]

I take some small degree of umbrage at the last posters comments. Michael is nothing but polite and a fabulous sushi maker. He is very busy at lunch with the highschool crowd, and as there are at least 3 other sushi restaurants in the vicinity and knowing how discerning teenagers are that is high praise.

The food is always fresh and fast. We eat in or take out weekly.

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Akari Japanese Restaurant7261 120 Street, Delta
Best Japanese you'll find in the area
By Jonathan of Burnaby (15 Reviews)
Submitted Saturday, August 9, 2008 - 10:51pm [Dine in]

I actually just moved near Metrotown which has a plethera of Japanese/sushi restaurants, and I can still say that by any standard, Akari offers some very good food - especially the sushi. I rated the service 3 because it really depends on the server you get on that particular night. Great atmosphere and the value isn't bad as some reviews say because the quality is far greater than any other Japanese restaurant for miles around (just like you shouldn't rate the value of a fast food burger next to one you'd get at Milestone's or Earls'). Ultimately food is the most important, I'd give the sushi a 5 and the rest 3-4.

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Mt Fuji Sushi5198 Ladner Trunk Road, Delta
Bad Customer Service
By tigers123 of Vancouver (1 Review)
Submitted Tuesday, August 5, 2008 - 1:45pm [Dine in]

went there for lunch with a few friends. received our food quickly, however the quality of the food was extremely poor, asked the waitress to take back rolls because there was little filling and some didnt even have anything in it. she took it back to the cook who then told us that we had to eat it and would not make us a new one. came back with a cut up avacado and put it in the table and told us to make it ourself. didnt eat any handed it back thought that was very rude. went to pay and they charged me for the food i sent back and then pointed at my face and yelled at me saying i ordered it and should pay for it. i have never been treated so bad in my life and will never go back there again. i also found 3 peices of hair in my food a while back and continued on going back because after the first incident they took the plate and made me a new one. he then brought up that i sent back my food months ago and said all i do is go there and complain and said that infront of the entire restaurant. i was humiliated and extremely upset. it is really hard to keep this review up because they keep removing it but i think everyone should know what they did because it was extremely shocking that someone could treat their customers so bad.

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Denny's8487 120th St, Delta
Good Food, but getting a little expensive
By eating good food of Vancouver (130 Reviews)
Submitted Saturday, July 26, 2008 - 4:46am [Dine in]

I have been a patron of Denny's off and on for the last 8 years and even used to be an employee at the North Vancouver location back in 2007.

I really like Denny's Food, but notice that the prices are getting a little step.

My friend and I decided to take a drive to Surrey tonight, and came to this Denny's location shortly before midnight.

I ordered a double cheeseburger, fries with cheese and one pancake. My friend had eggs and hashbrown.

This is my 2nd entree that I had at Denny's since I had left earlier this year (which would also be my 2nd entree this year)

I was happy with my food. I would have only given the rating of the food a 3.5, but you have to give it a 3 or a 4 and the cheese fries made me decide to round it up to a 4 (the burger was good too as was the one pancake)

Service was just a tad above average. The waitress made some nice small talk which made me happy (it wasn't much, but still nice that she seemed to care rather than just take our plates away without saying anything)

Value was decent considering that this is a restaurant and not a supermarket, though I still think I paid a little too much for one pancake $1.99 and now a double cheeseburger and fries (without cheese) cost $10.29 (plus $1.20 for cheese) after tax and a $4 tip I ended up paying $18.44

I love the Ambiance. It is different than the regular Denny's and has a nice cozy feel to it. LOVE IT!

Well probably be back again, but are in no hurry.

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Illuminate1077 56th St., #125, Delta
yummy
By ginger33 of vancouver (13 Reviews)
Submitted Monday, July 21, 2008 - 7:46pm [Dine in]

i have been there twice and i have to say wow, what a nice place, but in the wrong neighborhood, i bet they would attract some serious customers if they would move to vancouver, we only been there when we had to drop off family at the Tsawwassen ferry terminal. this hidden surprise was a lovely welsome to our palates, we basically ordered half of their appetizers, i forgot their names, but i am sure their website is self-explanatory, very delicious and presentation is numero uno, the pricing is understandably high for what you are getting.

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Akari Japanese Restaurant7261 120 Street, Delta
find a better place to spend your $$
By monmon of Vancouver, Canada (12 Reviews)
Submitted Tuesday, July 15, 2008 - 4:41pm [Dine in]

go find a better place to spend your $$
I'm a lover of Japanese Food and whenever possible, I’d suggest eating some sushi. So even when my brother was sick, but wanted to eat, we went for sushi near where we lived - Delta. When it comes to Japanese food, we usually choose to go to Richmond or Vancouver, but since my bro was sick but desperate for Japanese food, we decided to try Akira. The decor looked nice outside, so why not? It was such a mistake to go in...

Time: 5:10pm
Day of the week: Sunday
Duration: 1hr 15 min

Ambiance: Decent plus 1
- neat little place. When we got there, there were 3 other tables, already sitting. Even though there were booths, since there were only 2 of us, they sat us in a table. The dishwares were noticeably different, and are quite nice. Too bad the good things kinds here.

Service: Horrid
- you can probably get better service at a self-serve check out at Superstore than here. 2 maybe 3 timid server ladies were working. Since we actually had dinner plans at home later on but was just hungry for some sushi, we only ordered a Spicy Salmon Roll and a Philadelphia Roll. They took our order right after the table next to us. So when their food came after ~15 minutes, we thought we should be getting ours soon. None-the-less my brother starts his timer on his new iPhone to keep track for fun.
- [10 MINUTE PASSES BY]. No one has even come by our table, so we flagged over a server from across the restaurant and told her we still haven't gotten our food yet. So she goes check, and I can see that the sushi chef is saying that he doesn't have our bill. Fine, it happens.
- [5 MINUTE PASSES BY]. Our first roll comes, the Philly. We thought it was odd because everywhere else would serve the rolls together.
- [15 minutes later] we've finished our first roll, and no sight of the Spicy Salmon.
- [Another 10 minutes of waiting] The restaurant is getting busy and we're completely ignored. I couldn't even flag down a waitress to tell her we're still missing food. But it was pointless now since we had to leave to go home, so when I finally flagged down a waitress, I just asked for the bill. This is the best part - the bill comes back with BOTH ROLLS on it!! I wait and wait for a server to come by so I can tell her that I didn't even GET the 2nd roll, but everyone ignores me! Aren't I supposed to be paying? getting change or making an interaction? Should they not be paying attention when customers are paying?? This is when I should've left, but since I’ve been a server before, I can understand how stress it can get. So I took my brother and went up to the manager at the cashier. I told the manager that I didn't have that roll, and guess what? he looks at me as if I was a scammer, and said that I must be mistaken... um NO! He then proceeds to ask each of his serving staff and kitchen staff if this is true. I showed him my brother's phone which now read over 50 mins waiting on two rolls when the restaurant was basically EMPTY. He said sorry (finally!) and took off the spicy salmon roll. I threw down a 10 and left. HORRID.

Food: The food here is pricey. ~$4.50 for a standard roll (ie. spicy salmon), above $7 for a deluxe roll. Everything was $1 or $2 above the average Richmond/Vancouver/even Downtown joints. But $$ isn't really a concern as long as it's worth it (I've had some 'worth it' sushi before at an even higher price). I ordered two roll, only 1 came. The roll that I DID have was the Philadelphia Roll. I looked great in the menu, but it didn't look like the picture when it got to our table. It was decent. But was it worth the $9.80 after tax for an 8 piece roll? NOPE.

3 phrases to sum it up:
- horrible, HORRIBLE service
- can think of better ways to spend $
- never coming back

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Connaught Place Indian Cuisine1077 56th Street, #112, Delta
Best for take-out
By ANO of Tsawwassen, BC (3 Reviews)
Submitted Monday, June 23, 2008 - 8:27pm [Dine in]

The service when you eat in is lacking...even if you're the only one in there. We get takeout from here quite often. The ownership has changed hands and we're finding that we get a lot more food for relatively the same price as before. The food taste is still really good. I love their naan bread here.

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Illuminate1077 56th St., #125, Delta
Great food.
By ANO of Tsawwassen, BC (3 Reviews)
Submitted Monday, June 23, 2008 - 8:22pm [Dine in]

I love their selection of wines. Really nice spread of food and everything is creatively tasty. I go there for family dinners and they usually give us a room all to ourselves and close the curtains to block out the noise from the rest of the restaurant, which is very courteous. The lighting is very dim, and my grandmother usually requests that someone turn them up a bit so she can read her menu. I love eating there, but I always feel like I'm in a bathroom or something. The place seems very cold and almost like I'd expect to hear an echo of myself. But...it could just be the room we're always seated in, because all of my friends love the place.

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Nikko Sushi1270 56 Street, Delta
Holy sushi!
By ANO of Tsawwassen, BC (3 Reviews)
Submitted Monday, June 23, 2008 - 8:16pm [Dine in]

The rolls here are the best I've had *anywhere*! I eat here quite a lot and the food is consistently great. Their soups are wonderfully load with vegetables. Their ebi sunomuno is actually ebi instead of prawn. Their sashimi is wild salmon and really fresh.
Their service can be a little dodgy because they get SO busy and they're a tiny place. But it's a cozy wait and the tea's wonderful to sip on.
I don't know what the comment about not having many Japanese chefs was about. I'm pretty sure everyone there is Japanese except for one waitress...they all speak it to each other while they make your rolls in front of you.

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Cactus Club Cafe7907 120 St, Delta
Very Pleasant Second Dining Experience
By lauren11 of vancouver (77 Reviews)
Submitted Thursday, June 19, 2008 - 11:53pm [Dine in]

Our previous visit to the Cactus Club was quite acceptable, this experience was even better. We were warmly greeted by the hostess, informed our table would be about ten minutes, and were promptly offered seats at the bar to enjoy a cocktail while we waited. The bellini was excellent. We were seated quickly. The service was great, very attentive and helpful. The food was delicious. My fiance ordered the 9oz Blackened Creole Striploin, the meat was cooked perfectly, the creole butter was excellent, and the seasonal vegetables were grilled and seasoned perfectly. I ordered the Spinach and Artichoke Quesadilla, which was great stuffed with peppers and feta and served with a spicy yogurt sauce, awesome. Overall a very pleasant evening, would definatly return. Really nice wine menu, lots of B.C. selections.

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Krispy Kreme7153 120 St, Delta
nice drive thru and hot doughnuts
By jackfruit of vancouver (15 Reviews)
Submitted Monday, May 26, 2008 - 3:55am [Dine in]

Enjoy driving out here for the fresh hot doughnuts and different coffees. They have a drive thru but it is also fun to go inside and see the many different types of donuts. Was nice to get a fresh hot original glazed doughnut when the "hot light" flashed on. Also love their white cream filled original or chocolate iced doughnuts. Got a coffee card for all their different coffees and it was easy to get the card stamped full and get a free specialty coffee. Nice mochas/lattes krispy kreme style.

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Applewood Country Gifts, Tea Room & Bakery6345 120 Street, #112, Delta
nice high tea
By jackfruit of vancouver (15 Reviews)
Submitted Monday, May 26, 2008 - 1:58am [Dine in]

Finally got to try high tea with a friend and were not disappointed. Loved the scones, jam, and devon cream. The tea was delicious with the lil sandwiches and cakes too. Very cute china and cutlery. Nice shop inside to browse if waiting but we had reservations as it gets busy for high tea bookings. Nice surprise.

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Denny's8487 120th St, Delta
Amazing restaurant
By sidhu10 of Delta (1 Review)
Submitted Sunday, May 25, 2008 - 11:13pm [Dine in]

The food at the delta location was great. They had a really good breakfast menu, many different selections to choose from! Awesome service. Not too long of a wait on a sunday afternoon. Staff was really nice, and the service was fast.
The Decor was average. Very plain and simple.
Restaurant was very clean.
Overall We liked it and hands down would go there again.
Reccomended:)

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Primerose Bar & Grill6165 Highway 17, #220, Delta
Highly Recommended!
By jimbo of Victoria (1 Review)
Submitted Friday, May 9, 2008 - 3:04pm [Dine in]

This place is amazing. Nearly 10 years ago, my wife and I went on our honeymoon to Greece. The primrose made us feel as though we were back there. The decor is unreal as it mimics a patio setting in a courtyard with an open kitchen. This reminded my wife and I of the restaurants we dined at on the Greek Islands.

The food was simply marvelous! For appetizers we had calamari and this greek cheese that is flambéed on a pan. The calamari was the best tasting calamari I have ever had!
For dinner, I had the Rack of Lamb, and my wife had the delmon steak. Let me tell you, the Rack was the best cooked lamb I have ever experienced. The server highly recommended it and boy were they right! My wife's steak was also amazing as it was covered in blue-cheese and fried onions. For desert we shared a creme caramel (My favorite desert!) which was to die-for.

The service was great, really friendly from the moment you walk in. My only complaint was how full the place was on a Friday night, so I do recommend to call ahead of time. The place was packed with a line-up at the door, but let me tell you it was well worth the wait. The Bartender offered us drinks at the bar while we were waiting which made the time fly by.

Overall I highly recommend this place!!!!!!

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