We have been to this Boston Pizza location around 4 times and every time has been regrettable.
They make up weird rules with the kids meals and change the offers.
The wait staff is not great, the greeters are often to busy chatting with friends to bother with clients and and the place tends to be messy too.
The Boston Pizza in Coquitlam is much better and worth the drive for the better service and food
Very good local fine dining. Chef's Creations are amazing. The service was warm and friendly. One of the few places that I have gone to lately where I feel that I got value for my money. The restaurant was very clean and the ambiance was relaxing. It is a little unclear where to park.
Have dined at Kabuki over 30 times in past 4 years.
Always had favourable experience. So many sushi places have been drifiting fast-foodish. Kabuki keeps a personal touch. Food consistently great. Service consistently friends. Restaurant is clean and suitably decorated. Pricing is very fair. Very few sushi places are posh or gourmet. This place is definitely above average. Parking never a problem.
Forgot my credit card there one time and got it back. Says a lot.
I will return and recommend this place to others.
This was our first time to Pit Meadows.
I was looking for a place to eat,drink and watch a hockey game and we found a great place in the Jolly Coachman Pub.
It was such a pleasent and friendly place we had to make several visits there over the course of a week.
The fact that they have a television almost every place you look made it great to watch the games.
I had a chance also to try many different plates of food and I can say that I never had a bad or cold meal any time of day that I went in to the Jolly Coachman nor was I ever hungry when I left.
Then I found the most friendly and courtious waitress that to my surprise actually like's working in the Jolly Coachman and that was nice to hear.
If you ever get to Pitt Meadows I sugest that you try the Jolly Coachman and ask to have Dawn serve you because she takes great pride in her work.
Also if you need good directions for other places to see the Bartender is also a great help.
I will now make it a point to stop at the Jolly Coachman every time I am in town from Ontario..
Solo dining experience at lunch today. VERY friendly server, nice $7.95 lunch special of Green Curry (could use some eggplant?), clean enough. VERY cold soft drink which I love. With restaurants seeming to close as soon as they open out here in the burbs, this authentic enough Thai place is just fine by me.
Kabuki's always busy. The restaurant is always overflowing with people. (It's a small one too) Once you get to know the owners, they are so happy to see you, and they are eager to interact with people even though they are super busy. I usually order for take out on regular basis, and I have never been disappointed by them. If the order is wrong or something is missing, they always make sure that you get extra food or extra credit. I don't really recommend their "regular" rolls (like spicy tuna roll, chopped scallop roll, etc) since I'm not a big fan of mayo (they use spicy mayo sauce on their rolls) but I definitely recommend everyone their special rolls. My favourite ones are Red Dragon Roll and Crispy Crunch Roll. If you like spicy chopped scallop, you might enjoy hotty magma roll as well. I loved their Specialy Dynamite Roll also. And some of the special rolls, you can order half order and see if it's for you or not, so I like about that. Enough about sushi, the most delicious menu comes from the kitchen. Their hot food is probably the best from what I have tried ever. (I love Japanese food so I have tried alot of Jap Restaurants in tri-cities, burnaby, downtown etc) Their Yakiudon is so good you will fall in love with them. Their bento boxes are very good too, and filling! I also loooove their tempura. Usually I'm not a big fan of tempura since they are too oily, but Kabuki's tempura is very crispy, not oily, and very little batter on the veggies, prawn, whatever. Their squid tempura looks really popular too (I don't really hear this from other restaurant) Also Spicy agedashi tofu.. oh my favourite. I hate tofu, and I hate agedashi tofu even more (since it's deep fried..) but I can totally tolerate Kabuki's Spicy agedashi tofu. I am so in love with it! LOL It's just deep fried to perfection and spicy sauce is not too spicy, sweet somewhat. If you order Amaebi Nigiri sushi, they give you deep-fried amaebi heads which you don't see from other restaurant! The only thing is restaurant isn't too big (there's only like 8~10 tables) so if you're going with a crowd, you should definitely make a reservation beforehand.
A recent lunch experience here was very nice. Shared quite a few different rolls, all of them with one exception were outstanding. The lone hold out for me was a baby shrimp type roll, really just thawed baby shrimp mixed with mayo on rice. Unimpressive. Everything else was great, with a few stand-outs. In particular, a tuna belly item that was out of this world.
Service was solid, tea refills offered, plates cleared in a timely manner.
Seemed a little expensive to me, although I'm not an every day sushi eater. I'd recommend and go back, but maybe just for an occasional treat.
i live right near the jolly coachman, so i have been a few times.
the first time was the 'old' managment/kitchen.
after they re did it, i tried again.
new bathrooms, that was nice too.
though the service still is moslty pretty slow. the staff seem like they could care less on some days, and smiley other days.
i have had the steak and prawns, great. burgers are pretty darned good. breakfast is so so. depends on what you have, i think.
try it out, but only when you are not too hungry, who knows when you will get it!?
i can't say the food is bad, it isn't. it is just kinda boring. the service was good, but the best thing about the place was that it is newer and prettier. i would rather go to akasaka, even though it is an older building.
if you are hungry, and don't have high expectations, this is a good a place as any to eat. everything is what you expect, just not above that.
still, at least it is clean, and the staff smile at you. that counts for something in my books.
I have been to akasaka many times over the years. i have never been disapointed in the food. service ranges from okay to great. mostly on the better side. i have never been disapointed in it, in any case.
now the food, that is why i go back! mushroom Shitake, awesome!though a bit less mushrooms over the years, i still love the stuff. get one to share, it is good!
viking roll, nummers, agadasha tofu, spice, super, bc roll, good, crazy boy roll, yummy, well, really, it is all pretty good.
i will go back and back again, they never fail to make my tastebuds happy :)
patio, good, indoors, not bad. take out, great.
i have tried Enjoy a few times, i guess i am a glutton for punishment.
the food is greasy and bland, the service is horrid and overall the place is not terribly clean.
If the food was just a bit better and the service way better, than for the price, it might be worth going there.
i think i would even pick rotten ronnies over this place. at least there you have a chance of getting good service!
with so many GOOD places to eat in pitt meadows, i do not know how they stay open.
This quaint restaurant is located in a beautiful Heritage house at the corner of 122 & Harris road. Sitting at the edge of a park, the house is serounded by beautiful tall trees. The Heritage house is inspiring and I love that they have used it to house a great restaurant.
I spotted Akasaka when I moved into the area two months ago. I started going and find myself a regular now.
The Food is very Fresh and delicious. and the service is friedly and fast.
A must try!
I am new to the Pitt and I stopped in to the Coachman for a drink Friday night after work. This is a great place to watch a game or fight. The food is excellent. I found that they didn't push the next drink to soon waiting utill I was finished is a nice change. The great serving staff and bartenders make me smile. Go check it out!
We went out for a special meal to celebrate a birthday the other evening. The food on the whole was good. I had the special, which was fine, not great, but made the mistake of NOT asking the price (which I assumed would be comparable to the other main courses). It was nearly twice the price! From reading the other reviews this seems to be a failing of this restaurant and I want to warn others to always make sure that they ask the price of the specials. This particular special had previously been on the menu for a regular price (according to my dining companion). I left feeling deceived and would not go back to this restuarant. When I complained I was told that I must have been told the price. I clearly wasn't.
Nice decor. Lovely view. Warm and friendly service. Good wine list. Fair pricing. Food was above average across the board. Prawns, Bisque, Salad, Prime Rib, Char, Risotto all appreciated. Good bread. Good pre-appetizer. No desserts ordered.
Experience surpasses what you'd expect in the area, underwhelming appearance from the outside, nicer inside.
Overall, recommended. Comparable to an intermediate fine dining experience in the city.
my better half and i have eaten here on several occasions. i have to say that each experience has been outstanding. the menu is continually changing as the chef only prepares food that is in season and fresh(we asked because some of our favorites disappeared from the menu). the wine list is adequate but not overloaded and the markup is nominal for a restaurant. the service has always been excellent and friendly. ive had everything from the rib eye to the pot of mussels and have yet to have an expectation not exceeded. i, unlike my wife, am not a desert person but every meal i have had here has been accompanied with a desert and they have been a little slice of heaven. even the ice cream is made fresh in house! i am amazed that this small family run restaurant out in the suburbs has this quality food. i cant say enough about this place, i have recommended it to friends in the past and will continue to do so in the future.
We order pizza here nearly every Friday night. It's a tradition. When we first moved to Pitt Meadows from d/t Vancouver in 2006 we ordered pizza from everywhere - Kors, the big guys and then Papa Leos.
The pizza is good but the ambiance is mediocre unless you're a teenage boy. I'm not so I always get my pizza to go. What's an added plus is the video store next door. You can order your pizza, pick out a movie, then get your 'za to go. If only Pitt Meadows Video and Papa Leos would partner up!
Really great price food is very tasty. Awesome place to go for lunch, service and food is prompt. Excellent vietnamese food, it is really good quality with a good sized portion. Favourite is the grilled chicken with rice and spring rolls. Spring rolls are the highlight! Would definately recommend this spot for a hearty lunch. Ambiance is solid, decor is up to date and what you would expect from a quick lunch spot.
I've been here many times, and their yogurt is amazing. I love it, and I recommend it to anyone who has a love for yogurt. Although the downside is their customer service. Few times that I have been there one worker tends to give me the cold shoulder and I don't know why. So if they were to get rid of her I'd probably go there much more often.
Been to this restaurant a few times the past few months. Not the best japanese food but pretty darn good.
It's a small restaurant. The decor is pretty modern but lack a comfortable feel to it. Service is pretty good when they are not busy. But when they are busy, better sit outside in the common dining area so it's easier to flag them down for service.
The food taste good. Their fancy rolls taste great and not too pricey. Their donburi are a little on the plain side. Chicken don needs more chicken. Yakisoba is awesome. Regular sushi rolls such as tuna roll are very good with fresh fish. One thing they need to work on is more appertizers on the menu.
Very good overall and will continue going back.
|1.||Firehall Bistro, The|
|3.||Jolly Coachman Pub|
|4.||Sango Japanese Restaurant|
|5.||Akasaka Japanese Restaurant|
|7.||Enjoy Garden Chinese Restaurant|
|8.||Four Nine North Wine Bar & Grille|
|9.||Austin Fish & Chips|
|11.||DT Vietnamese Noodles & Coffee Bar|
|12.||Other Guys Pizza, The|
|16.||Eagle Nation Buffet|
|19.||Eagle's Nest Bar & Grill, The|