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Eagles Pub170 West 3rd St., North Vancouver
Favorite Local hangout!
By foodlovernorthshore of north vancouver BC (1 Review)
Submitted Wednesday, August 16, 2017 - 9:22am [Dine in]

A great location with free gated and secure parking for guests.
They serve schnitzel here currently and it is fabulous...I would recommend you come and try their very reasonably priced food and very cheap drinks! You can play pool or darts here for free when you order a cocktail ,pint of beer or some food. I would recommend all of them!

For locals who want to walk to a venue that is super affordable , clean and welcoming this is it.
If you are looking for a young and trendy place to go then this isn't it but for the price and quality i don't care.

This place is a non profit organization and you are required to sign a guest book when you walk in but that's easy. Their membership is super affordable as well. Go in and try them out .

The kitchen is only open Wednesday - Sat from 5pm though.

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Denny's2050 Marine Dr., North Vancouver
The Manager
By Bikerjames of north vancouver b c (1 Review)
Submitted Thursday, July 27, 2017 - 10:19pm [Dine in]

Sadly tonight my wife and myself and stopped at this Denny's. We had a very pleasant waitress, who did more than most would. Sadly we had to deal with a very obtuse manager name Ida. As we were from out of town, we were asking our waitress what would be good to see on the Northshore. Being very helpful as to what would fill our days, seems the manager to an offence to the time she was spending with us.

As we noticed the conversation between the two of them, sadly seems that isn't acceptable with this manager. I guess she missed the course on "customer service". We wouldn't return as seems her style is to have you eat and go.

Save your time and money.

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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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Buddha-Full Fresh Juice and Smoothies106 W 1 Street, North Vancouver
New Location Dollarton Hwy - A BAD START TO A NICE LOOKING LOCATION -
By foodyfudder of North Vancouver (8 Reviews)
Submitted Sunday, June 11, 2017 - 10:46am [Dine in]

This location just opened and we've never been to the other one near Lonsdale. We were so looking forward to trying this out because we are vegetarian and there is only 1 other vegan eatery east of the Seymour. We walk in on a Sunday around 1 pm, hungry and ready to eat. It was moderately busy and the decore is right up our alley. That's what the 1 star is for. We try to read the menu on the wall and the writing is smallish but to our surprise we see no prices. We heard from our neighbour they got a smoothie there and paid $11 to find that it tasted just like juice. But that didn't deter us from wanting to try it out ourselves.

We ask a girl with very short dark brown pixie hairdo if she had a menu with some prices on it for us to look at. To our dismay she aggressively announces in a loud and condescending tone, "WE DON'T HAVE PRICES, WE WON'T BE GETTING PRICES FOR A LITTLE WHILE." In response to our somewhat puzzled looks she adds, "ALL THE PRICES ARE ONLINE", then abruptly shuts the conversation down starts talking to someone else. I typed that exactly the way she came across, in all caps "how dare you be low class enough to not go online and check the prices before you walk in here" tone. Let me clarify that we are dressed in clean attire without holes, we are well-manicured, normal people who speak to others in kind tones. We are also not poor or cheap, plus we eat out ALOT. My spouse works at one of Vancouver's high end restaurants where guests regularly spend $1000 or more per meal and they have menus with PRICES. The main thing about this experience that appalled us is that a person working in a service capacity could speak to people as though she owns the place and doesn't actually care if people like it or not, and this in IN THEIR FIRST WEEK IN BUSINESS in a new location. We walked out, got into our car and drove 8 minutes over the bridge to spend $60 at Tacofino on lunch, where we had wonderfully friendly service, great vegetarian food choices, and PRICES.

By the way, we did go online to their website to check and there are no prices there either, so pixie girl was not only rude, she was also wrong.

One day, I'm assuming we'll actually end up eating here since we live nearby but for now that very first impression that they had only one chance to make was blown to smithereens by one single employee. It'll be awhile until we make it back there, if at all.

UPDATE: My son works near this place and went in for a smoothy and salad. He said the place is nice but he doesn't not need to go there again because although his smoothy was good, it wasn't worth $11, his salad was also good, but not big or yummy enough to be worth $15 in a plastic container. Especially because you don't know what you're paying until they ring it up. His work break lunch cost him nearly $30 because of course they also expect a tip. After he told us this, I told him about our first try and we had a chuckle.

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Belmondo Cafe2075 Old Dollarton Road, North Vancouver
One of the worst coffee places
By cyberspace of vancouver (89 Reviews)
Submitted Tuesday, May 2, 2017 - 1:27pm [Dine in]

Went for a quick coffee and snack on sunday afternoon. Had the chicken soup and cookie and coffee. Coffee was not good. The soup was not good either and did not come with any bun or crackers. The cookie tasted like pre-packaged from Costco. I would not waste my money on this place. There are many other options. Service was very average.

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Sharkys Chophouse123 Carrie Cates Court, #106, North Vancouver
I just don't understand the value system that they empliy
By Ieatmygreens of West Vancouver, (5 Reviews)
Submitted Saturday, April 29, 2017 - 2:01pm [Dine in]

My last review has disappeared? Don't know if done here cleans out older reviews or not...But ill review this place again.
Great food...Meat and two veg kind of place.
I don't have any problems with the quality of the food...Except later in the when this get dry and old. but for lunch when it's fresh and hot...Yum.
My confusion is with the value.
I don't understand how some people can pay less and get more. I have bought several leaks over the years and each one seems to be inconsistent from the previous ones.
And I've watched large men pay for a small meal get more than I do when I pay for a regular meal. two dollars more. WTF? I suggest that if you want value from here.. you order the 8 dollar meal to est there..And you'll get at least more than paying for the 10 meal to go. You can always ask for take away contains for left overs. Better yet. Have some guy 6 plus foot ta weighting 250 and more order a small meal for you. This will get you a monstrous meal that could feed a small chinese family for a week....For the lowest price.

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Papa John's Pizza1233 Lynn Valley Rd, #119, North Vancouver
It's pizza..How hard is it to screw that up?
By Ieatmygreens of West Vancouver, (5 Reviews)
Submitted Sunday, April 23, 2017 - 1:20am [Dine in]

Tried to reward the kids with a pizza party for doing a great job cleaning up the school grounds. I thought that I was speaking English...But I must have been wrong. Some kids don't eat cheese nor meat... But there were no cheese less nor meatless options for the kids. Try explaining to ride and hungry kids how incompetent some adults can be.
And try to get satisfaction from calling the complaint line... Good luck on your orders. And good luck getting them to bother solving the problem in the time needed, or getting a refund.

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Harmony Donut And Deli Shop2945 Lonsdale Avenue, North Vancouver
First time here
By Ieatmygreens of West Vancouver, (5 Reviews)
Submitted Sunday, April 23, 2017 - 1:10am [Dine in]

I don't see what big deal is.
Cold doughnuts with a variety of toppings that fall off and make a mess on the carpet.
I don't know why the icing falls off with the toppings...But I would think that after a couple of weeks, the baker would work it out and solve the problem. Not keep on making the same mistake for 46 years...Unless she's given up. Good thing, "all dogs welcome inside." It wouldn't be hard to out do this shop with a bit better doughnut and better everything else.
I suggest that if you do want to buy these hockey pucks...You park at Starbucks and pick up your coffee on the way back. Screw Starbucks.

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Sushi 51199 Lynn Valley Road, #115, North Vancouver
sushi with attitude!
By illeatthhat of West Vancouver BC (7 Reviews)
Submitted Tuesday, February 21, 2017 - 9:29pm [Dine in]

I order the same five thing every time I go to Sushi 5. After a year and a half of ordering the same meals, one would think that they wouldn't need to be reminded of the simple changes that I like. But every time I don't remind them of the changes, they default to their pre programming and I find out later how wrong they were....again. I don't know if I'm not spending enough money there, or 15% tips or too small for them to bother continuing with my business but within 100 meters of Sushi 5 are four other Japanese restaurants that don't seem to forget my changes.. And the attitude that I get from the younger server (millennial) when I point out how at some point they might want to remember a "former" regulars order is the new normal for service industry now a days. They will be loosing out on approx $1300 per year in business. Even McDonalds has better employee manners. It's just that their food will kill you

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Palki Restaurant116 East 15th St., North Vancouver
Amazing food and amazing service
By joeames of Vancouver (east) (1 Review)
Submitted Tuesday, December 13, 2016 - 1:29pm [Dine in]

Palki always had great food and service but last weekend we had the good fortune to be served by their new Server, Jeet. What a treat it was. He is hilarious and yet respectful and totally attentive. Consider yourself lucky if you get his table. We have tried Butter Chicken at so many Indian Restaurants but none come close to the Butter Chicken at Palki. Then again, all of their dishes are well prepared. Kudos to Palki.

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Tomahawk Restaurant1550 Phillip Ave, North Vancouver
Fabulous!!!
By JANELAING of RICHMOND (1 Review)
Submitted Saturday, November 5, 2016 - 4:42pm [Dine in]

Well we just came from the Tomahawk Restaurant in North Van. Soon as we walked in there was a staff hostess greeting all at the front door. Very friendly smile and asked us just to wait a moment, while they clean a booth for us. I only had a moment or two to look over all the wonderful items up front, sure brought back wonderful childhood memories. We were seated and a lovely young lady was a server. She was so pleasant and tentative to our needs. We were asked several times if our meal was to our liking and if we needed anything else. Everyone was so kind and smiles all around. The food, well it was out of this world. It was enough for 2 people at least. Very tasty and delicious. Was well worth the price. I enjoyed the fabulous bacon, out of this world tasty and tender. I would recommend this to all.

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Brazza Gelato & Coffee1846 Lonsdale Avenue, North Vancouver
new ownership results in overall decline. rat infestation!
By Shawn fetterley of North Van, BC (3 Reviews)
Submitted Thursday, November 3, 2016 - 10:16am [Dine in]

the previous owners set the bar and left some big shoes for the new owner to fill. so far its not even close.
it used to be a great spot to get a quick cup of fresh coffee but now its the slowest process on lonsdale, I guess when there is only one staff working who has to do the til as well as make the coffee and god forbid if someone in line orders a gelato, your waiting close to 10 minutes for your americano

I have seen evidence of rat droppings on the floor, and I have overhead the owner saying they have a serious rat problem. he has seen the rats running all over the counters and even in the gelato coolers. We will not eat the baked goods anymore nor will we eat the gelato.

the owner seems to only hire young inexperience baristas which is fine if you give them the training but I dont want them training on my 4 dollar espresso. teach them after hours so my espresso isnt burnt or too hot.
when we order a cappicino, I want dont want a latte.

The previous owners would always make the temperature so the espresso was drinkable right away, not this owner. If I wanted to burn my mouth I would go to Starbucks.

the service is 1-2 stars out of 5 at best unless you are lucky enough to get Salvatore or his sister who definitely know what they are doing and know how to make a delicious Americano.

the atmosphere has dropped to 1-2 stars, unless there is a football (soccer) match on, then its ok. otherwise many of the regular clients have found another coffee shop.

food and gelato we wont touch because of the rats.

coffee depends on who is your barista, but 2-3 stars average unless Salvatore is your barista.

the new red seats outside are extremely uncomfortable..too bad it was a nice spot to sit and watch the passerbys.

Suggestions to the new owner
if it isnt broke, dont fix it. you didn't need to change anything.

Time to find a new coffee shop.

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Vera's Burger Shack1842 Lonsdale Avenue, North Vancouver
Not like it used to be
By Shawn fetterley of North Van, BC (3 Reviews)
Submitted Sunday, September 18, 2016 - 7:57pm [Dine in]

Burgers and fries are not exactly hi end dining but the prices charged here are expensive for what you get. The burger was ok, that's it. Fries ok. Expensive meal though. Service was mediocre at best. New oWners?
AnOther patron went out for smoke, right outside the door, we asked the manager to deal with the cigarette smoke blowing into restaurant. She did nothing about it, patron threw his smoke on the ground and didn't put it out, smoke lingered into the restaurant for minutes and again we asked the patron to put it out and then the manager after the patron gave us attitude. Manager did nothing Again. It's probably her son who needs a lesson in manners.
The type of customers this little shack is attracting will prevent us from returning ever again.
Don't go

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Le Petit Café3711 Delbrook Avenue, 105, North Vancouver
Hidden gem
By dindin247 of North Vancouver (1 Review)
Submitted Friday, July 1, 2016 - 1:18pm [Dine in]

I might be shooting myself in the foot by telling the world how amazing this place is. Tucked away in the Delbrook Plaza, only minutes away from the hustle bustle of Westview Shopping Centre and Edgemont Village, this is a haven with its cozy ambience and French touch. These two ladies know what they're doing. Oh, did I mention AMAZING sandwiches and delicious coffee?

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Pizza Garden1596 Lonsdale Avenue, North Vancouver
A solid Neapolitan pizza place
By EarlPearl of North Vancouver (69 Reviews)
Submitted Saturday, June 18, 2016 - 8:09pm [Take-out]

We've never ordered from Pizza Garden before but reviews for the pizzas seemed good although tempered by a number of complaints about the poor delivery service. So we ordered takeout to be safe. Two extra-large pies, a Parma Prosciutto and a Pizza Magic, for 5 people. We probably could have eaten most of a third pie, it was so good.

If you're expecting Pizza Hut style pizza, look elsewhere. Ready for pickup in literally mere minutes, it was classic Neapolitan pizza, thin smoky and crispy bubbled-up crust fired super hot for a couple minutes in a red hot wood oven with minimalist toppings. In Naples the crust is the starring canvas and the rich pomodoro (tomato) sauce, fresh soft mozzarella and flavourful toppings paint it. The Parma Prosciutto had a rich pomodoro sauce finished with fresh mozza and arugula but they were a bit too minimalist on the ham for my liking. The Pizza Magic was a loaded vegetarian pie with a rich herby basil, artichoke and spinach topping, probably the best of the 2 although opinions differed.

Tab for the two pies for 5 people was just under $50 so that's pretty good value for dinner for 5. Next time I think we'll try a Pepperoni and a Deli Italiano for more meat and heat. And maybe order that third pie just to be safe.

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Tommy's1308 Ross Road, North Vancouver
Good neighbourhood restaurant
By VJB of abbotsford (171 Reviews)
Submitted Sunday, May 22, 2016 - 1:10pm [Dine in]

We had a wonderful breakfast at Tommy’s. It is a very small restaurant so the lineup seems to start very early on the weekend. When we left at 9:00 there was already a lineup. Service is efficient and quick. Coffee is self serve. I had the Mediterranean scramble, eggs scrambled with fresh tomatoes, spinach, feta cheese and onions. It was served with fried potatoes toast and tzatziki sauce on the eggs. My husband had waffles with bacon, fried eggs and potatoes. It was all very good.
There is only 1 washroom and if you are handicapped it might be challenging for you as you have to climb 2 stairs to get to it and the toilet is right in front of the sink. I do mean right in front, if you bend over while you are on the toilet you will probably bump your head on the sink.
It had many families when we were there. It is really a bustling scene but the food and service is very good.

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Taste of Caribbean Islands1600 Mackay Rd, North Vancouver
A Hidden Gem for Outstanding Caribbean Island Cuisine
By garyglobal of north vancouver BC (1 Review)
Submitted Wednesday, April 6, 2016 - 3:29pm [Dine in]

The Oxtail served with basmati rice was fall-off-the-bone delicious, while the Marinated Pulled Pork Griot with garlic, green onions, jalapeño, jerk seasoning, and sweet peppers was the best I’ve ever had. Marquise Valmont, with roots in Martinique and Haiti, is a gifted chef who brings quality ingredients (60% organic) to her traditional dishes. She is clearly an asset on the culinary scene. Small complimentary glasses of sorrel juice provided a fitting finish to an exceptional meal and wonderful evening.

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Mount Royal Bagel Factory701 Queensbury Avenue, North Vancouver
Customer service and bagels are lacking
By FoodieGoodie2016 of North Vancouver, B.C. (1 Review)
Submitted Saturday, April 2, 2016 - 6:55pm [Take-out]

We just recently moved to the Grand Blvd area of North Vancouver.. after my husband and I went for a morning run, we stopped at this "bagel factory." The woman at the counter was too busy on a personal phone call to serve us properly. Treated us as if we were a nuisance. Terrible customer service aside, being from the east coast I know a good bagel and you will NOT find one here. Sorry, won't be back.

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Orange Door119 E 2 Street, North Vancouver
When I ask for "no msg" I expect no msg.
By illeatthhat of West Vancouver BC (7 Reviews)
Submitted Tuesday, March 8, 2016 - 3:02am [Delivery]

But with out the msg and heavy salt their food would taste like cheap Chinese food.
I gave up on the organge door because when ever I ordered it with out msg and salt...they added both. I know because I watch them cook it. And each time the cook reaches for the three cans of white products next to his wok.
One salt one sugar, and one msg. And each time.e eing the nice canadian, I except their lie about "this one not yours." I guess the last straw was she. I watched the driver walking into the kitchen, it Washing his hands and start chopping cutting, anfilling baskets for the cook, and using his jacketed-elbow to push stacks of u cooked food down I to containers for the cook. YUCK.

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Vera's Burger Shack1842 Lonsdale Avenue, North Vancouver
Chew 'n' Spew
By illeatthhat of West Vancouver BC (7 Reviews)
Submitted Tuesday, March 8, 2016 - 2:48am [Dine in]

Just a regular burger, no expensive fries nor drinks. Sever bucks for half a burger. The rest I tossed. It use to be good. New owners? Who ever they are running this place have little idea of what a true Merican, burger should be.
I watched the girls cook one burger at a time...over a flame..and wondering if two or more burgers cooking at the same time would blow their minds.
Half an hour later I recieved a watery sloppy burger with the only flavour being the BBQ sauce that she was reluctant to add..
No charbroiled flavour, I guess they added too much liquids as a filler and steamed the burger instead and by the time it cooked, it was boiled.
Crap! I'll never ever go back. Why waste my money on boiled meat?

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