I had waited over a hour for my order and even when i gave the person taking the orders my correct phone number and address!!
When 45mins went by i called and asked where is my order they said on its way.
then get a call back saying oh had the wrong number!!!
When it finally arrived it was Cold never AGAIN!!!
New Port Coquitlam Location
I work nearby, so every time I crave for sushi, I'd come here. They've got nice and fresh sashimi, and GREAT selections of rolls. I really their food, but the only reason that hesitates me from buying there all the time is because of the price.
The food they have is quite decent, but at the same price, if at same distance, I'd rather go down to Shyun on Lougheed for sushi.
Their spicy tuna is awesome!!!
Came here with my mom two weeks ago. It's a typical small-sized diner, very clean and welcoming. The owner is very friendly and attentive, and will stay at your table to chat for a bit. We had a 2-2-2 breakfast and a Hawaiian burger (which came with a *huge* side salad). I also saw that they have really hearty-looking soups. Food was pretty good, and they buy their products from the farm market that's right next door, so you know everything is fresh. A sneak peak into the kitchen looks clean and organized as well. Great place to come by once in a while.
i love chinese food and very exited to get a flyer in the mail for this takeout place..the prices were very low and so was the quality...we ordered 5 different dishes to try and could not eat any of them...the beef chop suey was so overcooked the brocolli was mushy and the beef had a terrible flavor..the crispy chow mein had raw slices of beef on top and smelled horrible...and there are no words to describe how horrid the other three dishes were...it may be okay if you are used to canadan style chinese food, but the place is a whole in the wall and does not seem clean enough the kitchen is so open that you can see the floor..there are a few table to sit at and a television..
Overall the food is very flavourful. It's a really small place - maybe seating 20 max. If it's busy, that can be a problem. We waited almost 1.5 hours for our take away and we weren't the only ones waiting. At that time, there still 3 other orders ahead of us.
The guy at the front was doing his best by giving everyone free drinks and coming out with some spring rolls. But still, that was a long wait.
Price-wise, it's comparable to Little Thailand in Port Moody but still less than Chada Thai in Coquitlam.
Biggest concern is the location. It's set against car shops, mechanics and other businesses. At night, it doesn't look so safe so if you can park on Kingsway Ave., the better.
3 things people look for in a Japanese restaurant:
I feel Sushi Village met those criteria. Even though I have never dine in, the take outs have always been good. The chef is friendly and he is Japanese. Therefore, you know it is authentic. Usually, Japanese restaurants have Korean or Chinese cooks. So it is really a gem to have a Japanese Chef make my sushi. I usually do not visit restaurants near where I live. I am not sure why but I would go to Sushi village again.
We come here at least once a month when I'm craving Vietnamese food. The family owned restaurant is located in a strip mall. The ambiance is a little nicer then fast food restaurants. One of the friendly family members will take your order after you seat yourself down. The restaurant is usually half full during lunch or dinners so I'm surprised how fast the food comes out after ordering.
Chicken dishes are my favorite and I usually get vermicelli noodles instead of rice and egg instead of the fried roll.
I used to order bubble tea here all the time but for the last 6 months they don't have any black pearls. Black pearls are the only reason why I like bubble teas.
I would not recommend ordering soups as they are usually mostly water and flavor.
Worth a try for sure as dishes are affordable and range around $7.50
I have eaten many Chinese restaurants in the area. Yesterday I ordered the take out food from the restaurant and was quite suprised the food and service was great and well priced. I was impressed with tasty dishes, ginger beef and almond chicken. Highly recommended to anyone who like good food with good value.
Yes, this place is in a really strange location, sketchy to say the least. It's very tiny and the ambience is inside is kind of grungy. I went on a Friday night with 3 other people and when we got there there was no one around so we sat ourselves. There were 2 occupied tables in the restaurant and for some reason it was eerily quiet, no background music or anything. For some reason, there wasn't enough cutlery on the table, and one of the cutlery was unravelled and missing some utensils, which was kind of strange. After the hostess was finished serving the other tables, she promply gave us cutlery as required. Throughout the night there was not much communication with her, if any, but she did fill our water glasses as needed, although I guess it's to be expected since we were the only table there!
We had spring rolls to start but it was nothing special, I thought there was a lil too much ginger in it. We ordered 3 dishes, a red prawn curry, a beef pad thai, and one of their special dishes with rice noodles, mixed veg and prawns. The red curry was a little salty and more liquidy/soupy than I'm used, but otherwise fine. The pad thai was alright but didn't really stand out, and the last dish looked kind of messy; it probably should have been plated in a bowl instead of a plate since it had alot of liquid but otherwise but was otherwise fine.
I guess in comparison to other thai restaurants we've been to it's pretty average, there's nothing really wrong with it but nothing spectacular either. There's not many thai restaurants in this area so we'd probably go here again.
This restaurant is one of my favourites. I have been going there for a number of years and it is consistently great.
The food is really good, though I usually have the same thing everytime. I love the szechuan beans, szechuan chicken and the potstickers.
The service is very good, very attentive and are always willing to help out with special requests like making dishes vegetarian or suggest something suitable.
The ambiance is nice, the restaurant is not loud like other places, white table cloths and lots of space.
I would definately recommend this restaurant!
I came here.. last year to meet my boyfriend's friends for the first time. I am not an expert at Indian food either.. so everything ordered and paid for was from one of his friends who is Indian.
The restaurant itself was a little dim for dinner, which was nice and it had plain colours on the walls. I don't remember too many decorations. There were lots of different kinds of curries but I didn't try them all (I'm a vegetarian). They were pretty good, but I found them a little spicy. I think my favourite must of been the flavoured naan bread, I think it was garlic flavoured. Really yummy. I remember ordering dessert.. it was two round balls in rose water. It was waaay to sweet for me to handle. But all in all, it was a nice dinner.
I don't remember exactly how much the bill came to, it was from about 150-200 cause we had 7 or 8 people.
I have been to this donair place a couple of times, the food is solid, its pretty good, flavourful but the meat can be grisly at times, otherwise it seems pretty fresh.
I question the cleanliness of the staff and the joint in general which is my main reason for not going there anymore, but that was some time ago so that might have changed.
Value is decent, you get a good sized portion of food for the price but theyre not exactly giving them away.
Ambiance is only mediocre since the shop in a warehouse type of setting with the kitchen in the front and some chairs, but I think the idea is to come in and get a donair to go rather than hang around.
Overall I enjoyed my donair and I would go back again.
Past by several times and saw the big sign. But never bother trying.
Tonight, it was raining cats and dogs. And Ginza is close by. So, I popped by and grab some sushi to go.
California roll, Spicy tuna roll @ $2.99 each. Dynamite roll @ $3.95. Everything added up to a little over $10 after taxes.
When I got home, I was awe by the portion.
When I put them into my mouth, wow,… it’s really good.
And fit 2 persons easily!
I’m going back for a real meal there soon.
Used to drive all the way to California Sushi or Sushi town. Now, I have a new spot to frequent.
To my surprise, this little hole in the way is quite alright! Although the food is a bit pricey for the amount you get, the flavours are absolutely rich and delicious. I recommend the Gaeng Dang (red curry with chicken). That's my must have.
The ambience is pretty cool too. It kind of reminded me of a Buddha Bar when we stepped in the first time. The waiter/owner/husband of the chef is also really nice and personable. This is my favorite Thai restaurant right now.
We ordered take out, the the food was above average with hearty portions and lower pricing the nearby places...
Although the places appears fairly clean, the ambiance is that of a little hole in the wall. No decor, cheap tables and chairs, not a place one would like to dine in... They have an old TV there that the family watches in between orders... So I wouldn't suggest dining in here...
Take out on the other hand... Was a VERY good value... The portions were large, the spices and quality was also very high! We ordered the combo dinner for 2 plus a breaded almond chicken and we were impressed! We asked for the sweent and sour sauce on the side, and they did it with a smile... Most other places charge $1 or so (which we would have paid) but they didn't charge for it which was a nice touch.
The chop suey was fresh with lot's of beef, the chow mein was tasty and LARGE, the sweet and sour pork used decent cuts of pork and wasn't all fatty like other lower priced places... The almond chicken had a hint of a sweet flavour in the batter which was very nice...
We WILL order from here again... I think we found our new "regular" place... Good find for take out!
I have been going to Kisoya for almost a decade. The sushi is top notch. The Sushi & Sashimi Box is the best box around and the Caterpillar Rolls are a must. The only thing that I wasn't a fan of was the Chicken Teriyaki, but that was on two occasions a couple years ago, they might have changed it since then.
The food is pricey, but it is definitely worth it based on the quality of the fish.
I have been going here for years, and they have the beast donair I have ever had. They have 2 white sauces and they are dynamite! Lamb, Beef, Chicken, Falafel are piled deep into pita with a bunch veggie topping. This is a big donair, so make sure to get a few extra napkins!
They ding you an extra buck for the feta and don't mention the extra cost. Forgivable for a great donair at a great price.
This little place has saved me more than a few nights. When I work late and get the call from home telling me I am on my own for dinner, I make the call on my way home and 5 minutes later a piping hot bowl of Pho soup is waiting for me. It's a really great broth, and incredible value, $6 for a huge bowl. Add a couple spring rolls for the kids and I am good to go!
Just a great local family run place.
I've been coming to this and only this donair place for about 3 years.
They're beef donair is ok, but the chicken and lamb are fab.
4 sauces(i suggest all) and extra add-on's if your up for it like fried mushrooms or onions. And the offer fresh feta on top. Yikes.
Been to many donair places in many local cities and over the years this has been the most consistant. Only complaint is the line gets in the way when your just grabbing a quick lunch to go.
Maybe not the best place to take someone on a dinner date but to sit down for a quick lunch it's pretty good.
You will find good service at these little cafe's but not like this.
Food comes quicker then you'd think. Bigger preportions then you'd get at other chain breakfast places. For a little greasy spoon restaurant it does an amazing job.
Maybe change up the coffee though. Last time it tasted fresh but maybe not such a good blend.
Three adults out for a late breakfast could only rack up a $25 bill.
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