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In Grain Pastificio1133 Mt. Seymour Rd, North Vancouver
First Impression - Meh
By WeLoveFood of North Vancouver (53 Reviews)
Submitted Friday, July 24, 2015 - 11:44pm [Dine in]

Brand spanking new place serving alternative / gluten free pastas located in the Safeway plaza on the way up to Mount Seymour. We are local diners and since there are only about 4 decent eateries in the area we zoomed over as soon as they opened to see the digs and check out the food. We always want to like and support the local eateries but judging by our initial visit this will not be anywhere on the top of our "local" bites list.

Let's start with the positive. The decor is well done. Stone, wood, glass elements all carefully integrated... it's a nice place to walk into. It goes a little downhill from here...

Onto the service. They have modeled this place after places like Formosa Pizzeria on the drive where they give you a menu and a seat then you go order at the counter (a tip is expected when you pay for the food) and then take your own drinks and water to the table and wait for someone to bring your food. Question begs why is a tip expected up front when you're not sure what the quality of food or service is going to be? My dinner partner ordered and paid and tipped 10% instead of our usual 15% and said he felt stupid giving them anything but was too embarrassed not to. Still, if the food was good we could deal with this set up.

So, the food: We ordered a Salumi plate (antipasto), a mixed green salad and kamut pasta. Pay attention people, go to Via Tevere on Victoria Drive and see how to do a real antipasto platter!
The best thing was the bread, proper semi-dunkel rustic european style bread. When a restaurant puts the bread on the platter you know they're just filling up real estate with it. Bread should be served on the side or serve it on a larger board. The salad was drenched and I mean drenched in vinaigrette. Both of us are salad lovers and will eat almost anything resembling a salad, but the dressing was way too sweet and did I say drenched? It came in a little 70's era soup bowl and was basically a clump of soggy greens with a ton of either raisins or dried berries and some sunflower or other seeds. All we could say was YUCK. The kamut pasta was tossed with peas, I think ricotta and arugula. Somehow it managed to be hot only in the very middle and pretty much cold radiating out. It was edible, that's the best I can say. All pastas are about $15.00. Cheap for a restaurant but expensive for a self service place....

I told my dining partner we should let them get their training wheels off and go back and try them again in a few weeks but he said I'd have to go with someone else, he was so not impressed!

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Cafe Orso4316 Gallant Ave, North Vancouver
Finally, a complete hit.
By WeLoveFood of North Vancouver (53 Reviews)
Submitted Friday, July 24, 2015 - 11:42pm [Dine in]

Living in the Cove, we are so lucky.... except for the limited selection of eateries in our tiny little enclave of perfection. The last place I reviewed was the new pasta place up at Parkgate, which was pretty much a miss for us. So, when we walked into this new Cafe Orso, we were a little reserved about what to expect. Nicely decked out, urban chicque crosses wood finishes and carefully chosen art, original and unique fixtures. We likey, but then the new places pretty much all look good. But was this going to be another pretty face with no personality? Thank gawd, not this time. We ordered a savoury waffle with arugula, bresaola, pecorino(?), avocado and avocado on toast with a side of bresaola. We paid for our food at the counter and had a nice chat with the owner who introduced himself and shook our hand. So basic, yet no other restaurant owner has ever done that that we can remember in the Cove. Good manners, Luca, your Mama should be proud. We found a comfy couch to sit on and someone brought chilled water and cutlery to us right away. We waited about 10 min for the food and when it came it was very simple, nicely presented. It's not rocket science, good bread, ripe avocados, nicely seasoned, good portion for the prices charged, and a check back on the food after it was served. And they're awake enough to actually remember you and what you ordered without plonking a giant number on your table. We also saw some other food go by that looked scrumptious (tomato melted cheese toast) yet again, simple. Afterwards came the real test, does this "Cafe" actually serve good coffee? After we ate we ordered a long Americano and an Espresso. I judge all coffees by the Espresso. It's got to be properly balanced slightly bitter, nice crema on top. Yes, we have a winner here. Biggest bonus, wait for it......they have a liquor license! We'll be back for some vino and appies, that's for sure. We were also told they have live music, I think they said Friday and Sunday nights. Finally, maybe a place we can make our favourite local hang out, we've literally been waiting for something like this for years. Yes, home run, first visit. It so rarely happens, we are in shock. Also, they don't stick a giant tip jar in your face, just a small tip cup beside the cash. We spent about $25, and I popped over a fiver tip because I felt they deserved it not because I felt pressured to tip, because technically it's self service and tipping isn't a given. Anyway, we'll be back and we'll be bringing others. Our only complaint, if it could even be called that is that there seems to be very limited seating. At 2 pm on a Friday every seat was full so I think they might need to rethink their seating before too long.

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Wonderful Szechuan Restaurant1238 Ross Road, North Vancouver
Worst service experience of my life.
By elord1993 of Lynn Valley (1 Review)
Submitted Saturday, June 20, 2015 - 3:04pm [Take-out]

I have had two pretty awful experiences with this restaurant, and it's safe to say after the last one I will NEVER go back there.

The first time was a few months ago during exam week at university. Myself and a couple buddies ordered food from Wonderful Szechuan and had it delivered to the school (Cap U--not that far from the restaurant, but none of us had cars and it was pretty late at night). As we were unpacking the food we realized they hadn't given us chopsticks. The cafeterias on campus were closed and of course nobody had any utensils lying around. What kind of Chinese food establishment doesn't include chopsticks with take out or delivery?? So we called the restaurant and they REFUSED to bring us chopsticks and even had the audacity to tell us that including chopsticks in a delivery was a "special request", which makes absolutely no sense. They were incredibly rude and stubborn over the phone and we had to eat our food with our fingers. Disgusting.

Deciding that maybe this was a one-time bad experience (and because I've worked in customer service for years and know sometimes bad things happen and didn't want to make a big deal of it), I went back to WS last night after a long work week and just wanting some chow mein. I ordered the shredded pork chow mein at the restaurant for take-out. When I got home I opened it and it was some sort of rice meal with egg. Not even close to what I ordered. So I called the restaurant to tell them they had given me the wrong order, and they told me to come to the restaurant and they would exchange it. Again, I don't have a car, and in any case I didn't think it was fair that I had to go all the way back to the restaurant because they had messed up. So I asked to have the right food delivered to me. The girl on the phone told me they were very busy and only had one delivery guy, and it would take at least an hour for him to bring me my food. It was about 7:30 at this point and I was hungry, but I let it go and just asked for it to be delivered ASAP. The guy shows up and gives me nothing but attitude, then demands that I give him the wrong dish they had given me. This is AN HOUR AND A HALF later, might I add, almost 9 o'clock, so of course I had eaten a bit of that dish, because I was HUNGRY and they took FOREVER. The guy proceeded to get angry that I had eaten some of it, raising his voice and saying "You should't have done that, you can't do that, why would you eat it if it wasn't what you ordered??" They NEVER told me on the phone they would want the other food BACK, and it never occurred to me that they would, because why on earth would they? It would just go into the garbage, would it not? It was COLD and definitely unsanitary if they tried to give it to someone else.

This is where it gets truly appalling. The guy then TRIES TO COME INTO MY HOUSE, and when I tell him to BACK UP he demands to use MY PHONE to call his boss. I refuse to let him do that, and then he yells at ME to call his boss and talk to her about all this. Then he demands to see how much of the food I had eaten. I showed him--probably more than half the container remained--and he said "it's almost all gone". Then he TOOK MY FOOD AND WALKED AWAY. So not only did I not get the food I actually ordered, but he took the food that I PAID FOR, so I was left with eleven wasted dollars and NO FOOD. I live in a basement suite and as he was leaving he bent down to my open window and yelled "F*CK YOU" at me through the window.

Horrified, I called the restaurant immediately and told them exactly what had just happened. The manager came on the phone and proceeded to chew me out in exactly the same way, questioning why I had eaten the food. Then she demanded I come down to the restaurant and they would refund me, but made no mention of if I would actually get my food. I refused to go down there, and then she HUNG UP ON ME.

I have never had a more awful, horrifying service experience in my life. The delivery guy was extremely aggressive and I am a young woman alone in my house--it was terrifying. And they basically stole from me because they took away the food I had actually paid for, not to mention being incredibly rude and stubborn. Worst experience ever, screw that place. Never going back again.

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Nut Tree Cafe2110 Old Dollarton Road, North Vancouver
Great Luch Spot
By LocalJoe of North Vancouver City (1 Review)
Submitted Wednesday, June 10, 2015 - 12:37pm [Dine in]

I dropped in for lunch today and really enjoyed it. I work in the area and until now there have been very few options for a healthy solid meal. I had the stuffed veg with potatoes and it was great.

The meal was a good size and was quite filling. I will go back again.

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In Grain Pastificio1133 Mt. Seymour Rd, North Vancouver
First Impression... Meh.
By WeLoveFood of North Vancouver (53 Reviews)
Submitted Friday, May 15, 2015 - 9:00pm [Dine in]

Brand spanking new place serving alternative / gluten free pastas located in the Safeway plaza on the way up to Mount Seymour. We are local diners and since there are only about 4 decent eateries in the area we zoomed over as soon as they opened to see the digs and check out the food. We always want to like and support the local eateries but judging by our initial visit this will not be anywhere on the top of our "local" bites list.

Let's start with the positive. The decor is well done. Stone, wood, glass elements all carefully integrated... it's a nice place to walk into. It goes a little downhill from here...

Onto the service. They have modeled this place after places like Formosa Pizzeria on the drive where they give you a menu and a seat then you go order at the counter (a tip is expected when you pay for the food) and then take your own drinks and water to the table and wait for someone to bring your food. Question begs why is a tip expected up front when you're not sure what the quality of food or service is going to be? My dinner partner ordered and paid and tipped 10% instead of our usual 15% and said he felt stupid giving them anything but was too embarrassed not to. Still, if the food was good we could deal with this set up.

So, the food: We ordered a Salumi plate (antipasto), a mixed green salad and kamut pasta. Pay attention people, go to Via Tevere on Victoria Drive and see how to do a real antipasto platter!
The best thing was the bread, proper semi-dunkel rustic european style bread. When a restaurant puts the bread on the platter you know they're just filling up real estate with it. Bread should be served on the side or serve it on a larger board. The salad was drenched and I mean drenched in vinaigrette. Both of us are salad lovers and will eat almost anything resembling a salad, but the dressing was way too sweet and did I say drenched? It came in a little 70's era soup bowl and was basically a clump of soggy greens with a ton of either raisins or dried berries and some sunflower or other seeds. All we could say was YUCK. The kamut pasta was tossed with peas, I think ricotta and arugula. Somehow it managed to be hot only in the very middle and pretty much cold radiating out. It was edible, that's the best I can say. All pastas are about $15.00. Cheap for a restaurant but expensive for a self service place....

I told my dining partner we should let them get their training wheels off and go back and try them again in a few weeks but he said I'd have to go with someone else, he was so not impressed!

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Vaades149 West 3rd Street, North Vancouver
Nice food, fast service
By Linda L of Burnaby (1 Review)
Submitted Friday, May 15, 2015 - 6:16am [Take-out]

I ordered biryani, coconut chicken curry and the appy sampler online (10% was taken off the bill) before the dinner rush. I went down to pick up everything within 25 minutes and it was all ready for me. The food was still hot when I got home and then began to eat ... so delicious! Great flavour, fresh ingredients. I was not disappointed at all!

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Le Petit Café3711 Delbrook Avenue, 105, North Vancouver
Favourite local hangout
By mct43969 of Lynn Valley (1 Review)
Submitted Tuesday, May 12, 2015 - 3:15am [Dine in]

Lana's chili con carne is made from fresh ingredients and I always get a bowl. One day I will have to try their soups. My girlfriend really likes their breakfast wrap. Every espresso shot is timed to make sure it is perfect. The latte temperature is measured with a thermometer.

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Sushi Bella152 Lonsdale Avenue, North Vancouver
Good sushi, slow service
By bbryson of North Vancouver (7 Reviews)
Submitted Monday, May 11, 2015 - 11:03am [Take-out]

I like the sushi here. Higher end, and slightly higher priced than your average tuna and salmon bulk sushi shops, but fair value. I won't put it on my recommended list though as service is very slow. On our last take out order, had to wait 30 mins past pick up time. This is not the first time, but a consistent issue with Sushi Bella - both take out and dine in. The kitchen simply is not mature enough to manage their workload. My visits here are becoming fewer and far between. The sushi is good, but not good enough to justify the slow service.

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Tomahawk Restaurant1550 Phillip Ave, North Vancouver
Oldie but Goodie!
By Moose15 of Fraser Valley, BC (11 Reviews)
Submitted Thursday, April 23, 2015 - 10:25pm [Dine in]

We have wanted to dine at the Tomahawk Restaurant for years. After a trip to the Capilano Suspension Bridge, Cliffwalk and Treetops Adventure it was time for lunch.
The Restaurant was not crowded considering it was just before noon. Our booth was tight but cozy and the waitress attentive to our every need. The First Nations artifacts and other antiques made for interesting discussion.
I ordered the lunch special of the Hot Meatloaf Sandwich and my bride ordered the Beef Dip Sandwich. Both came piping hot with an ample portion of large cut fries.
For the money one of the best lunch experiences we have had in years in Metro Vancouver.

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Hachi Hana1426 Lonsdale Avenue, North Vancouver
Great sushi at good prices
By EarlPearl of North Vancouver (69 Reviews)
Submitted Friday, April 17, 2015 - 5:31pm [Take-out]

We've only ever had takeout sushi from the Hachi Hana as opposed to eating in but the quality has always been very good by the time we got it home. Certainly worth the struggle to find parking on mid-Lonsdale. Wait time was only 20 minutes on a Friday....awesome I think. I'd like to try dine in and some of their sushi bar specials and other Japanese dishes with a large Sapporo although I think the restaurant probably fills up quickly.

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Haru Sushi2041 Lonsdale Ave., North Vancouver
Fast & Cheap
By bbryson of North Vancouver (7 Reviews)
Submitted Tuesday, April 14, 2015 - 1:28pm [Take-out]

Sushi for me comes in two varieties. The Fast & Cheap kind, where speed and cost is more important than quality; and the upscale kind that is an art, may take a little longer and will cost a little more. Haru falls into the fast and cheap bucket.

As far as fast & cheap goes though, Haru is awesome. Yes fast, yes cheap (ish), and has a few surprises....massive sashimi, and surprising quality on some of the rolls (soft shell crab and special roll in particular).

If you need good sushi, for take out, in 20 mins, this is your place.

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Gen Sushi1933 Lonsdale Avenue, North Vancouver
Will never eat here again
By Lynnvalley22 of north vancouver b c (1 Review)
Submitted Monday, April 13, 2015 - 7:20pm [Take-out]

This place used to be our go to place for take out sushi. I liked that they delivered, and the guy that delivered was always nice and polite. They usually were early with delivery, until tonight. He was late, and when he delivered, we got our food, but it came with no soya sauce and no chopsticks! We started eating our sushi and i discovered that my spare ribs appetizer was raw! Not cooked! My son's gyoza tasted like over cooked egg...and the tuna in my roll looked not fresh and didn't taste right. $30.00 for take out, and it went in the garbage...what a waste.
I will never get take out from there again. I also agree with other reviews, that the restaurant looks quite run down and dirty. I have been there to pick up on occasion. And when I pick up, the place is usually empty.

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Flying Wedge Pizza Co.140 Brooksbank Ave, #333, North Vancouver
Still very good gourmet pizzas
By EarlPearl of North Vancouver (69 Reviews)
Submitted Sunday, April 5, 2015 - 12:53pm [Take-out]

Anytime we want to splurge on pizza instead of suffering with the bland, greasy, pedestrian pies from the cheap pizza chains, we order a couple pies from Flying Wedge for pickup. This time we got the "buy one large, get 50% off the second" deal. The Sicilian Express was a 3 pepperoni with mushrooms on a thin flax crust. Very tasty and the 3 types of pepperoni complimented each other nicely. To fool ourselves we were eating some healthy veggies, we also ordered a Tuscan Garden with artichokes, zucchini, tomatoes, olives and feta. It was good but paled against the Sicilian Express flavour-wise. Should have gone with their new Tres Belle. The two pies were $36, skipping the pop part of the deal, which isn't actually much more than some of the other pizza chains. Worth the quality I think.

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Nut Tree Cafe2110 Old Dollarton Road, North Vancouver
Boring!
By nvandiner of North vancouver (1 Review)
Submitted Thursday, March 26, 2015 - 4:58pm [Dine in]

I have had the displeasure of eating here, the place looks great, nice artwork on the walls, but the lady behind the counter (owner) was lecturing me on what I should be eating and what I need to change in my diet/lifestyle to be 'healthier'. If I had asked her for her opinion I wouldn't complain, but all I wanted was a healthy lunch. She then told me that drinking while eating was 'so bad' for me.(Don't sell drinks then) Again with the unsolicited advice... I was talked into trying the Vegan Nut cheese, and it tasted fine, something in the cheese made my tongue split. Almost like acid burn/peel. (and it took days to heal) Its too bad that the food was just mediocre, I was looking forward to having a healthy place to get my lunch/coffee. And even the next time I went in to get a salad, being a Vegan place you would think their salads would be amazing, but I can get the same salad anywhere else. Tomato, cucumber, a few nuts and dried cranberry. BORING! I will give it one more try, if they aren't living up to their name 'Gourmet Vegan' then I can honestly say I tried. Good luck Nut Tree Cafe. I honestly hope you get your game together.

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White Spot2205 Lonsdale, North Vancouver
white sport north vancouver ! one bad floor manager!
By shersta of north vancouver b c (1 Review)
Submitted Tuesday, March 3, 2015 - 12:14am [Dine in]

ive got to comment usually i dont do reviews but i have to on this white spot! the asian floor manager treated the young staff with loud voice and ordering agrgessively and came to our table aggressively i had to tell him he was getting that way then he said its loud in here so i have to yell then said ill be right back. he went away as he knew he was wrong then he came back. my son asked for a different waiter he refused to acknowledge it . he put the bank machine in the middle of the table and bent down and was almost in my face wiith his loud voice .. the young staff are delightful there and working so hard for him! The food was good and the waitress we had was a student and exceptional customer service skills. i told her i felt sorry for her! he told us to see the owner ! He treated children the same way!!! He has no kindness or hospitality!! We will go back for the staff and the food they are great!! The owner should be proud to have some exceptional staff on and pay them well so they will stay!!! In my life i have never seen a flooir manager like that. oknow i've had my say !

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Woon Lee Inn3751 Delbrook Ave, North Vancouver
so sad
By illeatthhat of West Vancouver BC (5 Reviews)
Submitted Sunday, March 1, 2015 - 3:35pm [Dine in]

Now to write a review that's worth reading(?)
Woon Lee Inn. It use to be our late night Chinese restaurant for to order from for our "need good quality westernised Chinese binge food...NOW! place." Until last weekend.
Since we haven't ordered our Chinese fix for a bit, what arrived (promptly) was not what was expected. We ordered our three staples.. Chicken chow main. WoonLee Inn speacial fried rice, steamed veggies;
they were as expected. But the two new items (ginger beef) was just LEFT OVER THREAD THICK BEEF that was deep fried with ten times more batter than meat. No ginger and we needed to look very hard for the beef(where's the beef?) If you order this, just think of a beefish popcorn.
The second disappointment was the costly lemon chicken. One breast, dry with some packing material white filler. I'm not sure if this white stuff was edible. I didn't expect to pay for something that I could pack electronics in instead of chicken.
Next well try another "MUST HAVE GREASIE NOW! food."

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Narrows Public House1970 Spicer Rd, North Vancouver
Dinner, typical pub style
By EarlPearl of North Vancouver (69 Reviews)
Submitted Saturday, February 21, 2015 - 9:11am [Dine in]

Three of hit the Narrows for dinner on a Thursday night. I hadn't been there since it was the old Maplewood. We got there at 5pm so it was still happy hour with $3 sleeves of lager or pale ale. We had planned to sit downstairs near the fireplace but the Canucks were playing back east and all the big screens were blasting the game so we retreated upstairs to a slightly quieter table in the "nightclub" part of the pub where we could talk.
We ordered a spicy chorizo pizza which was nicely done, a calamari which was fine but would be better if they used a crispy batter instead of breading, and a pulled pork sandwich which was a bit bland but the fries that came with it were very good. The single server did her best to make sure we were well served but she was obviously a bit overworked by the time we finished up. Overall with tip the tab was $70 including 5 sleeves of pale ale. Next time we go there, we'll check the sports schedule first, hit happy hour for the beer deal, and share a few pizzas.

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Observatory, The6400 Nancy Greene Way, North Vancouver
Great view - disappointing food
By Bailey-bo of Surrey , BC (3 Reviews)
Submitted Wednesday, February 18, 2015 - 11:58am [Dine in]

Food was laughable... little dollops and smears of this and that scattered around your entree. Your waiter will explain what all the miniscule items are so pay attention as they are not readily identifiable. My main item was pork and it was a decent size but had no flavour whatsoever. It was hard for me to believe this was prepared by qualified chefs. Service was unprofessional and a little haughty.
Saving grace is that the view was outstanding and your ticket up is free with a dinner reservation. This meant we could go up early and spend the day hiking which was wonderful. This of course elevates the "value" as it may translate to your dinner being near free if you look at it that way. Just go without high expectations for taste (and take a picture of your food when it comes so you can show your friends... it's a conversation piece!)

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Denny's2050 Marine Dr., North Vancouver
Worst dining experience ever!
By Nippely of North Van, BC (1 Review)
Submitted Thursday, February 12, 2015 - 12:50am [Dine in]

My friend and I decided to go here for brunch as Denny's is usually good for breakfast. What followed can only be described as the worst dinning experience I have ever had. Having eaten at several Denny's restaurants over the years, we know what to expect. So after taking and waiting for our drink order, the table next to us receives their food and one of the guys says that's not what I ordered, I ordered a .... The server apologises and goes to the kitchen and we are subjected to the shouting match between the server and the cook over who got the order wrong. Not thinking too much about it because mistakes happen, our server returns with our drinks and takes our food order but before she gets to leave, another patron from the table next to us calls her over and has a complaint about the food he received. Our server again apologises and says she'll be right back with a replacement. So while waiting for our food we get to enjoy another shouting match between the server and the cook that escalated to the point where the manager had to run in and break it up. After waiting a unreasonable half hour, our food arrives. My friend ordered a club sandwich with fries and I had ordered a breakfast omelette. My food looked ok but my friends plate just has the sandwich and no fries. He mentions it and our server apologises and says she'll be right back with the fries. Again another argument in the kitchen ensues. I start eating and my first piece of toast is really dry and I assumed it was because it had dried out sitting under a heat lamp while waiting to get served. My friend eats the first of the four sandwich pieces on his plate. It's at this point he notices that the Toast of the two middle sandwich halfs are burnt black (I guess the cook thought he could hide it??). I get the managers attention, he comes over and we explain the situation and show him the sandwiches to which he offers a replacement which my friend accepts and off he goes. Just then our server arrives with a plate of fries for him and I go to eat another piece of toast and when I turn it over to put jam on it, I see it is completely covered in mould. Yes the bread hadn't dried out under a lamp, the bread was stale and mouldy. I nearly threw up right there. We call the manager over, show him my toast and he agrees that's unacceptable, offers to replace it which we declined. We also told him to cancel my friends reordered sandwich as we had both lost our appetites at this point. While waiting to see if we were going to get a bill (which they didn't) we were subjected to another shouting match between the manager and cook about my toast. The cook was adamant the toast was fine. In my opinion, if the cook thinks that's acceptable then what other rotten food is he sending out "thinking" it fine.

I will never return to this restaurant again, probably even ever a Denny's again. If you decide to go here, you have been warned!

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Zeitoon1615 Lonsdale Avenue, North Vancouver
iI don't know what I ate but I liked it
By illeatthhat of West Vancouver BC (5 Reviews)
Submitted Sunday, January 25, 2015 - 1:12am [Dine in]

Tried this place out with a beautiful Persia... This is a Persian lady right?
She ordered for the two of us as I no lingo the ablaa. The onion to wrap in some bread....nope. But the kabba and the rice with some salad..mostly iceberg lettuce...this was just the wrong kind of lettace for a Healrh salad. But the meat with the rice was great. The. Best thing was the crunchy thing with some sort of topping. The sound with this new flavour was fun to eat qnd to listen to wnothher person eating. The value was great for two people..$40 for a Saturday night was good value.lots of left over. Now I cannot remember what the names of most of the items we ate, except for what I've already mentioned. But I will go back.even if I just eat the crunchy thing. But hold the raw onion please. The service was nice, and they didn't kick us out as they were closing up. So it gave UA an extra half hour to chat. The place seems like the real deal. I wish they had some cooked veggies, but I'm not not going back because my mother told me to ear more greens.

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