My husband and I started going here about six months ago after Moving to Poco and finding it on I can has noodles. We periodically have Ramen cravings so we go about once every two weeks.. ish.
We think it’s the best Ramen around. We have been to a few places in Vancouver and would visit Kenzo frequently when we lived in Burnaby, but we really like the broth here. The shop is clean and cozy, the service can be slow at times, but it's a mom and pop shop, and they are super cute and nice so I have no problems waiting for my tasty noodle bowl. We normally have the charasu Ramen but we have tryed the other types and like then as well.
Having read some favorable reviews of this establishment we decided to give it a try.
It is located in a very poor spot on a busy road in the middle of an industrial area. We ended up parking around the corner by the Islamic mosque.
The atmosphere in the restaurant was not very appetizing. The place appeared old and worn with a Thai facade in a failing attempt to invoke appropriate ambiance.
The service was a bit slow due to the fact there was only one lone waitress looking after everyone. She did not re-fill the water glasses unless summoned back to do so.
The food was OK but nothing special. The peanut sauce on the slightly tough satay was very heavy, almost like peanut butter.
The vegetables were a bit tough. The flavors were for the most part authentic. The rice pilaf was OK.
I would certainly not classify this establishment as best for Thai food in the Tri-Cities and would consider Chada Thai much better if a little pricier, not to mention the fact that Chada Thai is better located, far less dingy and with better service.
Would we return? Simply put, no.
I tried Dim Sum today. I would have not gone there if I have read other people's comments. However, I haven't, so I tried it. For the price, the food was good. We had 5 dishes in total, shrimp dumpling, siu mai, deep fried squid... and couple of other dishes. The place was old but carpet was clean. It did not have bad smell as others have commented. If you want a big portion for a cheap price, try it. I personally will go back but probably do take out.
After reading all the rave reviews about this place, we've decided to go there for the $0.25 wings night. We were there at around 5pm but it was already quite busy, so we seated ourselves down right away. They haave a restaurant area, so we brought our kids along with us, and we were actually quite surprised at the number of kids that were there.
Anyway, the service was a little slow, it took a while for the waitress to come around to take our drinks order. We ordered the wings right away. We tried the teriyaki, thai, honey garlic and honey mustard.
Our wings came quite quickly, which was great because we were all pretty hungry. The size of the wings was quite small, but it was alright for $0.25. Very saucy, and we liked all the ones we've ordered except for the teriyaki, there was just too much soy sauce and not enough sweetness in the sauce.
We went ahead and put in our second order of wings, and this time it took a very long time, much too long. I think we must have waited about 40 minutes for the second batch of wings, we were about to cancel it when our waitress finally brought the plate to our table.
We ordered more honey garlic and decided to try the salt and pepper. We really liked the S&P ones, they were nice and crispy and seasoned with just the right amount of salt and pepper, though I think the peppercorns could have ground a little finer because they just didn't quite stick to the wings.
Overall experience, pretty good, except for the slow service. Would go back again.
I like my food spicy and I can handle very hot dishes but I have to say that they went overboard when we ate there, it was actually like they spilled extra chillies into our dish and served it anyway.
The food was not bad, we had the coconut green curry and the pad thai noodles with a side serving of steamed rice. Overall the dishes were ok, not the best thai food that I had, not the worst... other than the food being incredibly hot, the noodles were a bit mushy - my wife likes them that way but I'm not a huge fan.
The area is a bit dodgey but I thought it added to the atmosphere - however, given the neighborhood I was hoping for a cheaper meal - it was reasonably priced but I wouldn't say great value.
Worth a try - not the best - but good enough to return.
We ordered a wonton noodle soup and beef brisket on egg noodle and it cost us $10 tip included and was enough lunch for 2 people. The won ton noodle soup serving was smaller than what you would get at other won ton restaurants but was enough for anyone with a light appetite and only cost $2.95. The beef brisket on fried noodles was a bit greasy but not bad for the cheap price.
The turn off was that after the waiter wiped off our table before we sat down it smelled horribly like mildew.
We had to pour some of our hot tea on to the table and rewipe it ourselves.The restaurant needs a good cleaning.
We have been ordering in and also eating in at this restaurant for 10 years now. I would recommend this restaurant over any other chinese restaurant in the area. Great taste very friendly service, even the delivery driver is super friendly. I am a very picky eater and taste is everything to me, that is why I only order my chinese food from this restaurant.
Today we had business in Port Coquitlam. Naturally when hunger struck ... we headed directly to the
Cat & Fiddle, where from previous experience, we knew we'd get great food. Well today the chef outdid
himself!! The dry garlic ribs were seasoned perfectly & were so meaty. Zucchini sticks had a crisp coating
over a young vegetable .... no old mush inside .... with a creamy dip. The chicken fingers were large
chunks of meat cooked just right & served with a honey mustard sauce The food was brought to our table
piping hot & in a very timely fashion .... no waiting around here. The waitress was very friendly & attentive
which just added to an already pleasurable meal. Neither of us drinks alcohol so we really like the Cat & Fiddle because we are never pressured to buy booze. The outstanding food was no surprise but the fact
that the appys were on for half price was a welcome surprise . 2pm - 5pm is 1/2 price appy time.
Do yourself a favor & zip over to the Cat & Fiddle for some super great eats!!!
I was literally waiting for Bo, Luke, Uncle Jesse and Boss Hog to all walk in while
I was watching a UFC event there. This place seems like, time stood still, it feels like you're
in Hazard county, go youtube, toby keith's "I love this bar" and you'll get my drift.
I was so perturbed by the raunchy, beaver/moose aroma coming from the pub, and realized it was
everyone's bad ordor (including the women), real nasty. I had to take 2 showers to get the
You really get what you pay for, $10 for a steak and prawns, come on, what do
you think you are going to get? A filet mignon from Morten's or a porterhouse from
Gotham? The only redeeming quality of this place is the cheap booze.
And anyone who thinks this place is even worth going to is probably delusional or his name
is either jethro bodine or gomer pyle.
Ha ha,now that I got your attention. This place has unbelievable food especially the butter chicken. I would eat this everyday if I could. I was so impressed when I ordered pick up one time. One portion fed two people I would say bigger than when dining in. This place gets two thumbs up and service was very good.
I was looking for Greek and something more, we found it. I had the roast lamb, it was excellent, much better than any other place in the area. My wife had the Chorizo Sausage Penne which was very tasty.
They have a great menu with many different items to choose from. Good service & a great looking place. I will return.
My family and I have been regulars at All Thai’d Up for some months now and we all agree it is the best Thai cuisine we’ve eaten in the Fraser Valley (and we’ve tried them all). We’ve travelled to Thailand numerous times and love the food, but our problem was finding a restaurant here that cooked traditional Thai food the way we had it there. We were unaware of this little restaurant, tucked away in the corner of Port Coquitlam on Kingsway, until we read about them winning the Readers Choice Award for the best thai restaurant in the Tri-Cities. After our first visit we couldn’t have agreed more.
We have found that most of the Thai restaurants around Vancouver have ‘westernized’ their menus and seem to have cut corners on some of the ingredients (maybe to cut costs?), but this leaves you short of experiencing the true range of flavors Thai cuisine can give you. This place doesn’t seem to miss any of the proper ingredients when preparing our meals. We now know that they make their own plum sauce, peanut sauce and curry pastes right there in the restaurant; and they make spring rolls to die for. They also make a Rice Pilaf (coconut rice with pineapple and turmeric) that we can’t get enough of. Our favorite dishes are the Panang Curry, Phad Thai, Tom Yum Goong, Cashew chicken and their signature dish – All Thai’d Up Jealousy.
The restaurant is in an out of the way location on an industrial strip of Kingsway, close to Westwood, but parking isn’t a problem on the street in front. It was a surprise to find the interior of the restaurant so charming and welcoming, with personal photos of Thailand, by the family that owns All Thai’d Up, covering the walls. We are always made to feel like guests in their home when we are there. We have found it to get quite busy on Friday and Saturday nights (especially with the Take Out orders) so we usually go on Thursdays or Sundays, or call in for a reservation.
The prices are the same as other Thai restaurants in and around Vancouver, but the quality of the food surpasses most others and the portions on their menu items tend to be larger as well. We always seem to have leftovers to take home for lunch the next day. There is seating for about 25 to 30 people and they are licensed, so I can always enjoy my Singha beer with my meal. It is a family run business and the Chefs are Thai. We recommend this place to any we meet and we hope they will survive these hard economic times (especially with the HST), for it would be sad to lose this little gem of a restaurant in Port Coquitlam.
We've been coming to this restaurant for quite a few years. The quality of the food is pretty solid and consistant. However, the one thing that is keeping us from going there more often than we really have to is their service. Actually, there really isn't much service to speak of. Their servers are rude, service is slow, and they will choose to ignore you if they like when you try to flag them down.
We went there for dinner with my inlaws. We made a reservation for 7:30, and had to wait 20 mins for them to finally finish cleaning the table that's been sitting empty for at least that long. It was a busy night, and with 5 adults and 2 kids waiting for our table by the door while there were people coming in and out of the restaurant, waiting 20 minutes was a long time!
We were finally seated, all 7 of us, in a corner table where we could barely fit ourselves in. We quickly chose what we wanted and it took us nearly 10 mins to flag the lady down to take our order. The food came quite quickly, which was a good thing.
As we were having our dinner, we noticed that the server was coming by quite often to collect the dirty dishes, which should be a good sign, right? WRONG! Not only were they collecting the dishes, they were asking if we were done our dinner and ready for our bill, WHILE we were still having our dinner!! We weren't even there for an hour!
I guess they must have booked our table for 8:30, because after they came by to ask a few times, they actually sent a set of people to stand by our table!! We all thought that was extremely rude, and we were just disgusted by their poor service we decided to leave the reminder of our dinner, paid our bill and left.
Definitely will NOT be back!!!
I joined dinehere.ca just so I could write a review about this restaurant! We're frequent customers and have been since they were in their old location too. They have the best butter chicken I have ever had and i've consistently tried it at many other restaurants and it never comes close to compare. The vegetable pakoras are addictive! Their tandori is okay but one time we went we saw our neighbours there (who are Indian) and they also love this restaurant but she mentioned she made better Tandori...and she did (sorry guys, maybe you should call her!) We've taken several friends and family members here and they all ask us when we can go back and now they only visit us so we can get butter chicken take out! The couple that own/operate it are very down to earth and sweet. Someone previously said the owner is vegetarian but when we were there in March she said she USED to be vegetarian, not anymore. It's generally pretty empty inside but we've gone on weekends during dinner and it's been full, they made a good move to their new location! We usually get takeout cause the portions are bigger but we've rarely finished all the food when we've eaten in also. I don't have much to say about the decor, it's nice sure, and clean, but these people are selling food - not interior design, so i don't care what anyplace looks like inside, i only rate places on food.
Went to this restaurant on after a friend raved about it and was not dissappointed.
Selling point about this restaurant is that one can choose soup base, noodle type & toppings + drink for $7.50. Make a long story short, I was pleasantly surprised about quality of all ingredients and taste of food. Portion was more than enough and menu had a good variety of other foods.
Yes, service a little slow during busy times like previous reviewer mentioned...but what do you expect they are working at 100% capacity due to high demand. But to give this restaurant a low rating due to slow service despite solild food is being heavy handed and short sighted.
Not only is this place possibly best chinese noodles place (I've lived in GVRD for 30 years+, it'll go against best Pho, Ramen, etc, noodle shops.
I came here for lunch with my mom and her friend.
Tan Tan mien is great. Warm, chewy noodles, a right amount of heat. My mom's friend is Shanghainese and she said it was done right. You have to give it a try for something different! You'll have a lot of soup left over but ask them to pack it for you and now you can mix this with some noodles from t&t.
We also ordered a chicken broth noodle. Loved the broth. Could have been more veggies not so chopped up.
The juicy porkbuns aren't very good... the skin is too thick. Said friend also said she's had food court buns better than this. I bit into it and it was just all wrong...
Ambiance.. well it was a little chilly but the place is nicely decorated.
I can't believe I used to loathe this place as a kid.
bill came to ~18+tips
Definitely not a place to order chow mein or sweet and sour pork though. I haven't tried it but well... there's so many other great things on the menu!
Dinakis is a welcome addition to Port Coquitlam, nice decor, great food, excellent service and a good value for the money.
I had a ribeye steak which was done to perfection and my Lady had a calamari dish that she yummed about several times. Service was prompt and we did not need to call for anyone but at the same time it was not annoying or over the top. There is a menu available on line for those who would like to look it up.
The decor is quite modern but still gives a cozy atmosphere. We'll be back again and again.
This is my go-to place for donair. I've tried their lamb and chicken donair. They were both really good, but the chicken, I must say, had to be one of the best I've tasted. The chicken was nice and moist and was seasoned perfectly.
Service is excellent, definitely not something I would expect from a grab-n-go donair place, but that's what makes this place my favourite!
This is The Keg of donair places in the Tricities.
The owner gives you his business card before you leave, he has a high standard for quality and service.
The donairs are amazing, as fresh as you can get and spicy too if you ask for hot sauce. You can definitely sit down to eat and find it comfortable, but running in to grab lunch on the go, is fine.
I usually go to Donair Affair when I'm hungry because I live closer to the place, but I occasionally make my way over here just because it's damn good quality. I'm always recommending this place to my donair loving friends.
Check it out! I guarantee you will not be disappointed.
Saw the great reviews for this place on this website, so my husband and I decided to give it a try with our Entertainment Book coupon. It was a little hard to find, and you would miss it if you were paying attention because it's tucked kind of at the back on the far side of Save-On-Foods.
Love the decor on the inside, very unique, kind of like being in Europe.
I ordered the lamp chops and my husband ordered the steak, and we had the calamari appy to share. The calamari was quite fishy, I could smell it the moment it was brought to the table. The calamari was a little soggy and very greasy, and too salty. It was alright, but we wouldn't order it again. However, everything else was quite nice, especially the pita bread - crispy on the outside and soft on the inside.
My order of lamb chops was quite nicely done, slightly on the salty side, but the meat was very moist. The green beans was a little overdone, but that was compensated by the perfectly done rice. Probably the best rice I've had at a Greek restaurant!
Great price (even without the coupon), and great food. Would definitely come back again, but perhaps just stay away from the calamari.
|1.||All Thai'd Up Restaurant|
|2.||Cat & Fiddle Sports Bar & Grill|
|3.||Bombay Restaurant, The|
|4.||Wah Wing Restaurant|
|5.||Gillnetter Pub, The|
|7.||Sushi Shelter 101|
|10.||Deer Garden Restaurant|
|11.||Khai Thai Cuisine|
|13.||Dinakis Mediterranean Grill|
|14.||Sparta Greek Taverna|
|17.||Namaste Indian Restaurant|
|18.||Takano Japanese Noodle Cafe|
|19.||De Dutch Pannekoek House|