Anatoli Souvlaki is absolutely the best Greek food in Vancouver. The service is top notch and the food is even better. Owners, Iani and Alexi Makris really make you feel right at home when you walk in the door. The ambiance is great but watch out for the belly dancer on Friday nights, she is always looking for a dance partner. All the dishes served at Anatolis are quality, The tarmas is by far the best I have had anywhere. It doesn't have the fish smell I have noticed at other restaurants. The consistency and texture are phenomenal. The calamari, saganaki and dolamades are to die for. All lamb dishes are great, definitely the best country and roast lamb dishes. Take a look at the souvlaki options as well, if you notice the difference between Anatolis and any other Greek restaurant is the fact they serve a pork souvlaki. It is very good, other restaurants dont serve it because it costs more and is harder to cook. Don't be fooled though, the lamb, beef and chicken souvlaki are just as good. No Greek food in Vancouver is cheap and I am willing to pay a little more to go to Anatoli Souvlaki.
Want outstanding comfort food every time? I always hit Burgoo. Just an awesome little joint for Soup and Sandwich. Everything I've tried I've really enjoyed, and the staff have a smile on their face and recognized me quickly. It took me a while to find a place that made food like Mom used to for lunch, but with the flare of a chef. This is now the place I wish I could hit every single day for lunch or dinner.
Great place to go before heading downtown for a hockey game or concert too! Right by the Seabus and near parking :)
I've tried every Chinese food place within a 30 minute drive and there's none as good as Woon Lee. The ginger beef, chop suey, and sweet and sour pork are Friday night staples. I adore this place's prices, and they nail every one of your favorite american chinese food dishes. It's always hot, crispy, fresh and well spiced/seasoned.
We have been eating here for DECADES now and won't change. The huge leftovers from a very reasonably priced meals make the family happy
I LOVE this thai restaurant. The pad thai and panang curry are delicious, and I always try new things which are as good as the last dish. It's got a very clean modern feel and the ambiance is lovely, especially compared to other Thai places. The one negative would be the portion sizes... I find that there are usually little in the way of leftovers after a fairly expensive meal, which I'm used to having at other similar restaurants. If that changed, I'd eat here every week and spend far more $$ on them!! *hint hint*
Sushi Town has the feel of a bistro, and the service of a fast food joint. I've visited 5 times now and probably sat an average of 10 minutes waiting for service each time. The waiters speak poor English and make mistakes, never attend their customers once food is delivered and don't bring the cheque around at any point unless you physically get up. The food is nothing special, and not as good as the cheaper faster places around it. Several times it has been overly satly or cold. There is a bar right at the entrance that is still incomplete. Why?! You have been open a couple years now correct?
Don't waste your time and money. There are many other places better and friendlier.
I think I have to be one of the biggest loves of cheap sushi out there. I don't feel that you need to pay huge money for great rice and fish. Ika Sushi is proof positive. Their lunch special - 3 rolls for $6.95 isn't beat anywhere else on the north shore. The portions are huge, it's fast, and always fresh and delicous. There's a reason this place is always a bee-hive of activity. It's one of the best sushi places around
I'ved lived in Edgemont Village for several years and was a fairly frequent patron of Delany's. Their baked goods are outstanding, their specialty coffees are great. Their brewed house blend coffees are bitter and burnt but usually better than Starbucks
Unfortunately, their biggest issue is customer service. From the new faces right up to the season staff, their body language is dreadful and their attitude seems little better. There is hardly a single employee at the Edgemont location who is consistantly polite or who makes me feel welcome. It's well known around the village, everyone knows this but it's inexcusable. Their one major draw over Starbucks should be their customer service but it simply isn't. They desparately need to work on this.
Went to Basil's to use a Groupon (2 sandwiches,pops,chips). Free street parking.
This has got to be one of the best sandwiches I have eaten in a long time. I ordered the pulled pork sandwich. You get to watch them prepare it in front of you. Fresh ciabatta bread toasted and sliced, loaded with pulled pork, real cheese and coleslaw. You can choose your in-house made sauces (quite a few to pick) to complete the sandwich. Just the sandwich would have been filling enough even without the chips and pop.
Staff were nice and it seems the owner is onsite all the time.
Great sandwich, good value, and good staff. Seating is limited so maybe aim for after lunch.
Will definitely add to the lunch rotation.
Great local hand made artisan bagels, boiled and baked fresh daily. I found it to be good value and good choice of flavours. They also sell an organic oat granola called Edelweiss Granola, which is the best I have ever tasted. They bring in cream cheese from Montreal and mix their own fresh ingredients, it is the best. My personal favourite is Honey vanilla cream cheese on a warm fresh blueberry cinnamon bagel (only on saturdays)
Went there with three others for dinner after reading nothing but good reviews on other websites. The praise was well deserved. We started with a hommus dish, which was totally authentic and exquisite in both presentation and taste. Two of us had shishlick lamb kebabs which were juicy and tasted like lamb should. One had the tenderloin AAA beef kebabs which were tender, succelent and of the highest quality. The kebabs were served with saffron basmati rice which was aromatic and delicate to the taste. One of us had the lamp shank. The meat was so tender it fell off the bone and it was marinated with a house sauce that added to the exotic flavour. It was served with basmatic rice mixed with dill weed and lima beans. In a nutshell, relatively simple dishes (like most Persian fare) but presented beautifully and most importantly, which tasted wonderful. All four have vowed to return ASAP. My wife and I will not wait until then and will return first with other friends we plan to introduce this new gem of a restaurant to.
We have been here a few times now and have always had good food and service. Yes, it can get a bit loud on Friday and Saturday nights but then go a different night if you want a quieter atmosphere. My husband loves the charcuterie with a variety of cheeses and condiments. We often let the server decide on the combination and surprise us. The little loaf of bread that it comes with is warm and soft. We have also tried the soup of the day (always good, especially the broccoli cheese soup when they have it), as well as several salads. The only thing I've not enjoyed is the pea sprout side salad (tastes like grass). The best thing on the menu is the amazing Thomas Haas chocolate lava cake. Amazing!! Best. Dessert. Ever.
While staying at the Holiday Inn on Business for a few days, had a few meals during the week and brunches on Saturday and Sunday. Have eaten in a lot restaurants but I found their Brunches more than excellent for the price. I would highly recommend this Pantry. I'll stop here again when in North Vancouver.
An English pub style restaurant at Lonsdale Quay that is a pleasent location for lunch. The clientele seems to be mainly seniors. The food was good but not outstanding, I enjoyed my salmon burger. There is a wide variety of pub food along with bugers and sandwiches.
everything tastes old. their raw fish was super mushy, the rice was hard, and the seaweed is stiff and you can't even bite into it. the service is awful. never going back. don't recommend this place to anyone. the small sushi place next door is much better, go there instead.
Absolutely the worst customer service on the Northshore!!! Ordered two chicken dishes - both we were told were souvlaki - when the dishes came - one was chicken on the bone - this ws sent back - now we had to sit and wait for the meal! Then we asked to take our remaining dinner home and they brought the take out container to the table for 'us' to pour our own food into - well that made a nice mess on the table and our laps!!! When I originally asked about why the waitress wouldn't do this for the customer her response was 'most people want to do their own because when its sent back to the kitchen you don't know what might happen to the dish!'????? I said - well I would hope that we could trust you!!!!! We then stood and 'waited' to pay the bill and asked for 2 bags for our food - she had to go back to the kitchen??? for 'paper' bags - it's Vancouver - and it's pouring rain outside!!! Geez! Then when I got home realized that we didn't get the garlic bread that was included with our meal!!!! What a HUGE DISAPPOINTMENT!!!!!! I then called the next day to speak to the Manager - when I called I got put on hold 3 times - when I tried to start to explain about the bad service and missing garlic toast - he says - 'why didn't you call last night?' OMG - when you come next time we give you 5 - 5 what - 5 garlic toast - I didn't even get to tell about the service he kept cutting me off or putting me on hold - RUDE RUDE RUDE!!!!! NEVER GO TO THIS RESTAURANT!!!
I have eaten here at least once a week for almost five years now so I think I'm qualified to review the establishment accurately. I'd like to start by saying how shocked I am at the bad reviews here. Some of the people reviewing it sound like they have never eaten at a sushi joint before. One person complained that the waitress didn't provide them with a plate...? Well, how did they bring the sushi to your table? That's called a plate where I come from. Anyway, on to the review....
Every time I enter, I'm immediately greeted by a server. I never have to wait for acknowledgement even if they are clearly very busy. The servers are very polite and don't bother you with redundant questions about how your day is going unless you initiate. You are brought complimentary green tea like most restaurants offer. Once you put down your menu they are always on top of things and come over to take your order right away. I always receive my food roughly within 4-10 minutes depending on how busy it is. One thing I really love is how I can call them for takeout when I'm literally two blocks away and it's ready by the time I arrive. Amazing.
The food quality is excellent compared to most of the establishments in Vancouver and it NEVER fluctuates. The price is perfect for what you get, which is alot... Try going to the sushi place in Caufield and then compare it with Sushi Man. You get three times as much at Sushi Man! The only other place I eat at on the Shore is Yuko Maki. The price and quality is just about the same there. I love them both but I highly recommend Sushi Man because it's my favourite of the two.
I ordered three meals and they said 45 mins. 45 Minutes later they delivered half of the food. It was cold and no better then Mcdonalds... the delivery guy was frustrated because he had to call, which I understand so we gave him a good tip. I then called because half of our meal was missing but we did pay for it and it arrived 2 hours later cold! I won't order again just because you don't know what you will get or when.
I was there for a casual Friday for a few drinks and I must say the service was terrible and the food was worst. I wasn't expecting much as we decided to go because we were in the area. The waitress was not attentive and very unprofessional. The nachos were soggy and the beer was served in what I considered a dirty pitcher. All in all a must miss. Don't bother with this place.
For some odd reason we have never made it to the nearby Tamarind Hill in North Vancouver for Malaysian food before. It has a fairly Spartan decor, with polished concrete floors (easy to clean) and simple but dark walls and tables with a splattering of Malaysian decor along the walls. As with most small Asian restaurants, there is the perennial TV up in one corner which I’m never fond of because I find them distracting if you’re seated facing them. There was a bank of seats and tables along one wall, occupied by a very large family party, and a trio of 4-seat tables along the other wall.
We had made a reservation which turned out to be a wise move as the restaurant appeared to be fully booked at 6pm on a Saturday. The waitress apologized in advance for the wait for food as the large party was obviously keeping the kitchen busy so we nursed our Tiger beers for a while...no hurray, no problem. The waitress was working largely alone but she was very efficient, attentive when we needed it, and personable.
We ordered 4 dishes for the 3 of us which turned out to be plenty of food. The Kari Lamb was tender, boneless lamb in a spicy and flavourful coconut sauce with onions and potatoes, perfect for spooning over the steamed rice. The Sambal green beans were tender-crisp and stir fried with prawns, chillies, onions, and tomatoes (unfortunately, the Kang Kong we wanted was out of season). Char Kuey Teow was stir fried rice noodles with bean sprouts, black tiger prawns, fish cakes and cuttlefish in a lovely dark soy sauce. Our last dish was the most expensive on the menu: Softshell crab with Indian black peppercorns & garlic butter. The soft-shell crabs were delicious, crispy and spicy and came finished with fresh onions, chillies and Indian black peppercorns.
Overall everyone agreed the food was delicious, mildly hot (we’ll ask for extra spicy next time) and a smorgasbord of Malaysian spices and flavours. We’ll definitely be back to try a few other dishes. $95 for 3 people with tip.
I have been going here for years now, and have always loved their pizza. It is the crust and the toppings that they put on that make the pizza so delicious. I always order a pizza when I am coming down Grouse Mountain after a long day of snowboarding, and it is ready by the time I get there.
I am a true DDDN pizza fan.
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