We go to the other Ming and Sing take out locations and are pleased at those locations. This night we decided to try the one near us and were sorely disappointed and had a hard laugh at how poor the food was.
Husband complained of his burnt chicken balls that were full batter then I asked him if he'd like my dry noodles and stale rice to wash it down. AHHHH, this was gross food, even for munchies.
We love our Greek Food and must say this place gives us our favourite kalamari and yummy souvlakis.
A lovely family run restaurant that services authentic souvlakis and full fills my Greek craving every time.We are often served by Angelica, who's quite funny and entertaining.
My mother and I have come to know the owner Alki and he is a true kind Greek. He is accommodating to my mother's gluten allergy and seems to always be working hard in the kitchen.
I'm always sceptical about new places and appreciate reviews from others, keeping in mind that there are always those who seem to take the "half empty" approach.
I can recommend this restaurant for flavourful Greek food and will continue my searches for great dining experiences....
Contrary to the previous post which appears to be written by someone who has a stake in this place, it is below average Canadian Chinese. The sweet and sour pork tasted "gamey". The almond chicken was pretty good and the fried rice - well how do you screw that up? Prawns and broccoli was close to $14 and had 5 medium prawns, undercooked broccoli and no flavour. The chow mein wasn't greasy - that would have at least given it some flavour. I didn't try the other things we ordered but no one was very impressed. They somehwere else.
Ra Sushi has become my new go-to spot in Langley. The service has always been warm, even when we came right before close one night. Sushi rolls are always interesting and taste great. We haven't tried any other menu items, just the rolls but they look good when they come out to other tables.
Highly recommended! Try the DT Roll, Crazy Roll and Crunch Rolls.
Went here for a special occasion and was not disappointed. Read the reviews from other dinehere reviewers and for the most they were spot on. We ordered the sweet and sour snapper, the pad thai and panang curry pork with some white rice as the side dish. Better half ordered the mango alcohol drink which was tasty. All the dishes came out on unique plates. The sweet and sour snapper had a dish shaped like a fish. The panang curry pork came out on a triangle dish. The dishes were well presented and smelled even better. The food was all hot and fresh. Very satisfied with the taste and smell of the dishes. The price for the dishes are a little above the average for thai food, but you are paying for the ambiance and the whole experience. The service was good and attentive for the most part, they can forget small things like water and hot sauce, but to their defense they were busy doing takeouts and serving others. Overall, I was very happy with the restaurant and would recommend to others.
We attended the Langley Red Robin with a party of eleven on a Saturday noon time. It has been a very long time since I have eaten there. Now I remember why. I will not review everyone's meal selection but relate my experience. I initially ordered a pasta dish stating I do not like al dente pasta and asked if they would overcook it for me. The waitress told me that could not be done as all pasta comes to the restaurant already cooked. Huh? I then ordered a prime rib beef dip. Very disappointing. It looked and tasted like prepackaged, precooked, and pre portioned packages that were simply reheated. The dip came in a very small bowl and the fries were not that good at all. I doubt if there was a half of a potato worth of wedges upright in a bowl. My wife ordered the grilled ham and cheese saying it tasted greasy and must have been passed over the grill from a great height. Credit where credit is due and our wait staff were on top of things although I am wrestling with the idea of precooked pasta being used. I won't blame them for the food quality or portions. I walked by the entrance doors two or three times, chasing my grandson trying to teach him that it is not OK to run around in a restaurant. I observed large crowds of people waiting in the lobby and on the outdoor entrance patio, yet there were a lot of empty tables and booths. The whole concept made me think it was a place to graze, get in-get out and food was secondary to them. One last thought. I understand that noisy restaurants are the current trend and they lived up to that. Hard to have a conversation with anyone not sitting right next to you. I guess it will be a long time before I go back again.
Great bread bakery but a little hefty on the prices but like all specialty shops they get a loyal following. Their desserts are good too but the same complaint with the bread products. It's nestled in downtown Langley close to many shops and bus stops, would I go again; not likely because the prices are too steep but the products are homestyle made.
My fiancé and I go to this restaraunt regularity. We love it. The food is good, the service is great and friendly. We always have a good experience when we dine there! My fiancé is very fussy on how he likes his food cooked, and this restaurant is happy to accommodate. We always are treated with a smile, no matter how busy they are. The servers always treat my fiancé with respect. As apposed to some places , as my fiancé has C.P. And some people think that means because his body doesn't work well, that his brain doesn't either. I lve this place.
Had the lunch buffet. Several veggie dishes, a couple of meat dishes, naan, and salad section. The veggie dishes were all OK, not great but not bad. The meat dishes were mostly sauce. The naan came out charred black, not at all appealing; despite this they couldn't produce enough to keep up with the customers.
I really love Indian food, but this wasn't good enough to come back for, unless it were a few bucks cheaper.
Now I remember why I do not go there often. Ordered the steak sandwich med rare, arrived well done , fries burnt and tasted of old oil. Coffee was good. Should have commented but was with a group and I wasn't paying. Others mentioned portion sizes seemed to have shrunk.
Too many other choices in the Langley area, won't be back .
My family is picky eaters and all were happy with the quality of food and excellent service. In fact, other Denny locations can learn from this franchise as it was clean and very good value. We would hit it more often if there was not the cursed GEB toll bridge from Langley to our community. The nachos were great and everyone gave it two thumbs up.....
Found this place through the internet and went to try it our with family. Absolutely enjoyed the AYCE lunch buffet. Their butter chicken tasted a bit different, but wonderful! A very good mixture of spices makes all the dishes stand out differently, There is also Tandoori Chicken and Goat curry. Veg Samosas cannot be missed. The restaurant and washrooms are very clean, and service is very good and friendly. We came back two days later, and will become one of their "regulars."
Dot's reminds me of forgotten neighborhood cafes. That is good in this case. Menu items are inexpensive which is of course different than cheap. A nice family run business, where all staff are friendly. It is a bright, clean place where people genuinely seem to enjoy the selection. We often stop in for breakfast and once in awhile for lunch. Better than a lot of the chain joints that abound these days. If you are looking for trendy though, don't go. It can be hard to find a seat sometimes.
I went here on my birthday for a casual but fun Mexican cuisine experience. I've been here several times before. Here are some tips to set up your expectations for if you do decide to venture here:
1) Don't expect any sort of standard service from this place. They will ignore you, forget about you, purposely avoid walking by your table, and not offer refills on your beverage
2) Order as soon as you can (that is if you even decide to go here, which you shouldn't) as it will take over 20 mins before they will take your order and then even longer for you to get your food (between 30 mins to 60 mins)
3) Expect when you DO get your food, that it won't be good, authentic or tasty.
4) There are NO refills on the chips and salsa that you get, and you will only get enough for a few chips per person with what does come. This has been recently made smaller since they changed their menu and upped their prices.
5) The English of most of the staff is broken, and it can be difficult to communicate health inquiries and allergies.
6) They recently raised their prices, so if you had remembered this place fondly for good portions and good value, forget this and go in expecting less for more.
Now my experience:
I have a raw tomato allergy, but have successfully eaten here multiple times without any problems. I usually always order the fajitas, I just ask for a few substitutions to accommodate. This time, not only did the food take a really long time when we went there when there weren't many other patrons, but it was terrible and they put tomatoes in my chimichanga, despite me advising of this and stating that it will make me very sick, and potentially die. I told the server that I would not be paying for the meal, as it was inedible and after waiting for over 30 mins to get our entree, I didn't want to wait any longer for it to be remade. The server said he would send over his boss, which I was fine with. The server came back, after obvious conversations in Spanish with him and advised me that the boss (read bartender) was too busy to come by and talk to me. To me that's a big **** you to a customer. It shows lack of respect and made me feel even less valued as a client who had dined there several times before. My boyfriends meal was okay, but definitely not up to the quality that we are use to, as his chicken quesadilla was more of a cheese one. When we left we weren't told good night, or sorry or anything, we were flat out ignored. It was like we weren't even there.
I will NEVER go back here again. I refuse to be treated rudely when I am paying for a meal. If you want to go for Mexican, go a few doors down to the other Mexican restaurant. They are only open until 8 though, so plan accordingly.
I have been going to this place pretty regular every time I am in Langley. The special rolls that Sushi Chef Alex makes are too good to miss. The Volcano roll with salmon, The Happy Mango roll with salmon, the beef teryaki, the bento boxes with sashimi, I have tried a lot of the menu and have never had a dissapointment.
The restaurant is impeccably clean and the service is efficient and friendly. It is good to see they just won the Best of the Best Sushi Award in Langley. Congratulations ! you will see me again very soon.
I love Hirame .I always tell everybody how good it is and how I won't go anywhere else because Hirames quality has spoiled me.Well this evening I had ordered take-out for four of us. We bring it back home and 2 items are missing, the tempura and gyoza. We get a call from hirame recognizing their mistake and we got 2 miso soups to compensate, but had to go back to get it. As I was eating my salmon sashimi I felt bones. I took it out of mouth , it was 2 pin bones in my salmon. Very disappointed! I have never had that at any sushi restaurant before and I wouldn't expect that from Hirame. I called to let them know I was upset about it and they offered me 2 extra pieces of salmon sashimi next time I order. In short..it feels like their busyness is taking priority and they are not focusing on quality.I don't think I'll be going back for awhile and its too bad because its been great other than this time.
I frequent Vietnamese restaurants often. This is by far the worst treatment I've received from a waitress in years. When I arrived the restaurant was nearly empty...the waitress would not allow me to sit at a booth....she said it was for groups of patrons. She chose my table...an uncomfortable two seater in line with the kitchen. I don't eat beansprouts so I asked she omit them but I still wanted the lime, jalapeno's etc. She said they were out of them. When a group of 4 sat down...they all received their items. I asked for the customary complementary jasmine tea....she brought me earl grey. When I asked about the tea she argued that it was jasmine tea....? While eating my soup another single white lady walked in & received the exact same treatment. I finished my soup & proceeded to pay. When I questioned her about the fact the restaurant was nearly empty & I could have sat in a more comfortable area she said it was better b/c she'd just have to move me if bigger groups arrived? Also-when reviewing the bill....she charged me for that earl grey tea! I asked about the tea & she just said we charge for the tea. The entire experience was terrible & felt like reverse racism to me. I won't be back & I doubt the lady next to me will either!
we had a 630 reservation but were rushed from the start being told to hurry up and order because the kitchen was closing. we were there with family and friends to celebrate a birthday what a unbelievable experience this was and not in a good way
this place should not be in business it was bug infested flies all over including in our wine and the service was rude and nasty. the food was average at best and way over priced for what was on the plate. they added themselves a 18% tip on top and got even nastier when i question them on this because service was so bad.
we would recommend NOT going here and save yourself and family the headache
First of all, I want to start off with saying that they have very good quality food. their fish was cool and fresh and tasted great. As for the rolls, it was filled with the stuff that i acutally want to taste, unlike the ones that I tried in some other places where I couldn't taste anything other than the rice. Its other types of food such as tempuras and teriyakis were great as well. But, the udon was especially outstanidng.
In addition to what i said before, everything was served super quick and the servers never gave us any attitude. After having to deal with a waiter that raged because I asked for sprite for the second time because it took too long(this place was in metrotown) the service they provided was very contrasting to the other sushi place.
This is one of the largest reasons as to why I keep going back to this place, the price. All of its lunch specials are 9 or 10 bucks including tax, except a 14 bucks one which contains LOTS of food. I found it to be very pleasing. And practically everything in the menu is very, or fairly cheap, and they give u quite a lot.
Overall, I find myself very pleased everytime I dine in this place simply because it tastes great, and everthing else is also great.
Went here to celebrate a quiet bday. The location is off the beaten path and if you were not paying attention, you most likely pass it. It is located in a strip mall and does not seem to pretty at first till you go in. The decor is modern and reminds me of Milestone lounge type restaurant. That is where the comparison ends. The ambiance is brighter than the lounge type restaurant which is great as I want to see what I am eating. We ordered two cooked oysters, one had crumbled cheese and the other I believe was the "Fat Cow" or something like that relating to the restaurant. Both cooked oysters were delicious. We also ordered the shrimp/crab cake and the octopus appies. Both appies were very tasty and fresh. I ordered the 1lb mussels in a white wine cream sauce served over 3 slices of bread, my better half ordered the Fried chicken and waffles. Both dishes came out hot and fresh. My better half had 4 large pieces of chicken (leg, thigh, breast and wing) over 4 average size waffles. The syrup and the freshness was excellent. Mine 1lb of mussels was also very tasty. Original thought the sauce should have been more, but the amount ended up just right. I wished the bread was toasted with some garlic butter (in my opinion) but it just came out unbutter. I guess it was not to take away the tasted from the white wine sauce. We talked to the host/waitress and found out that the majority of all the products were from BC. From the organic chicken to the onions in the white wine sauce was local. Thus helps out the local farmers. The price was on the steeper side but was well worth it. I would not say that I would eat here all the time, but for special occasions or a night out, I would definitely return. I was impressed with the service as they kept my water full and was willing to answer any questions asked upon them. Will highly recommend and return.
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