Submitted Thursday, April 28, 2011 - 4:28pm [Dine in]
I went to this restaurant sometime last month to try it. It probably opened in late February/early March 2011. Their sushi and sashimi is top notch quality seafood. They know how to cut the fish properly. Their specialty rolls are amazing, such as the spicy tuna roll. The salmon battera was delicious. I tried a sashimi called suzuki: very good, clean, sweet taste (from New Zealand). The geoduck roll was pretty good as well. Also, tried the Blue fin tuna sashimi, this is definitely a rare item to have in Japanese restaurants in Vancouver.
I would have to say this is my new favourite Japanese restaurant!
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Submitted Monday, January 31, 2011 - 10:04am [Dine in]
First time at Le Bistro de Paris last night for the Dine out menu. It was $38, for 3 course menu. But surprise to find in their menu, 3 course menu for $30. So I ordered the escargot with puff pastry, filet mignon, and the apple tart. The escargot puff pastry came out as a tasteless, lack of seasoning, and the puff pastry...not puff at all, it was like a burnt saltine cracker. They tried to hide the burnt part by facing it down. The filet mignon was okay, not great. The apple tart, turned fruit tart...it was not good. I also ordered the beef tartare for additional appetizer, it never came, I didn't bother to even follow up, by the time I had the first dish, I was scared to tried other food from the place. The iced tea that we ordered, was a pale yellow color sugary substance. Overall, not impressed, there was no French-cooking skills in this restaurant. Very disappointed.
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