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604girlVancouverSince June 28, 200926 Reviews
Average Rating
3.5 (3.5)
  • Food3.5 (3.6)
  • Service3.5 (3.5)
  • Value3.5 (3.7)
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Candia Taverna4510 W 10th Avenue, Vancouver
Good food but seats are a bit cramped.
Submitted Sunday, March 13, 2011 - 11:41am [Dine in]

Food: We had the beef (small), lamb (large), and chicken thigh (large) souvlaki. All souvlaki came with Greek salad, rice, roasted potatoes, vegetables, tzatziki, and garlic or pita bread. We also had the bbq ribs and Lasagna. It was all very delicious!! The beef was tender and moist. The chicken thigh were flavourful and juicy! I didn't try to lamb but my friend was very pleased with it. The Greek salad was fresh and the rest of the sides were pretty good too. The bbq ribs were really tender and full of sauce; it was really good! The lasagna had a little cinnamon tang to it; which I loved!

Service: It was a Friday night so it was pretty busy. We were seated after a 5 to 10 minutes wait so it wasn't too bad. I did feel a little bit rushed to order though. The lady came back a couple of times with very small intervals in between to see if we were ready to order. The menu is not a small one so considering that it was our first visit, I wished she would have "backed off" a little to give us more time to read over the menu. But other than that, the rest of the evening was good. I suppose the lady/waitress was used to "speedy" service since our food came quite quickly. It was nice and hot so that's always good.

Value: The small souvlaki were $13 and the large ones were $15. The ribs and lasagna was $16. For the portion size we got, it was an excellent value! And the quality of the food was really good! I packed half of my meal home for lunch the next day. The large chicken thigh souvlaki came with 3 medium sized thighs! I would definitely return; maybe during a weekday.

Ambiance: It's a very "homey" feeling that we got. The place is full of decorations on the walls. The seats were mainly wooden booths and they were a tad cramped. I felt I was far too close to the table but there was no way to move back since it's a nailed down booth. That's really my only "complaint" about this place, not the most comfortable seats.

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Wang's Shanghai Cuisine4500 Kingsway, #2110, Burnaby
The XLB is really just alright.
Submitted Saturday, February 19, 2011 - 12:34pm [Dine in]

Food: I don't understand the raves about the XLB at this place. I'm truly a XLB snob that goes around town to look for good XLB. As a food court type of place, I suppose it's alright since the XLB seems to be freshly made. However, I find the skin far too thick and it could also be juicier too. But the flavour is reasonable.

Service: The owner has really great customer service. He was very friendly.

Value: It's alright... for food court... but I won't go out of my way to eat there. If I'm in the mall, that might be one of my choices.

Ambiance: It's a food court, what can you expect?

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Caffe Barney2975 Granville Street, Vancouver
Best Eggs Benny Ever!!
Submitted Sunday, January 2, 2011 - 7:23pm [Dine in]

Food: We tried 2 different types of eggs benedict; one with shrimp, avocado, and tomato and the other was smoked salmon with mushroom. They were perfect!! The shrimp tasted fresh and sweet (some places I've tried was rubbery and had the freezer burnt flavour), the avocado was ripe and flavourful! The smoked salmon was excellent!! It wasn't those pre-packaged slices of salmon, it was actually a smoked filet. It was perfectly smoked and very very tasty!! The eggs, oh my goodness, it was awesome!! They were done to perfection! The whites were fluffy and the yolks were just a little runny! Both dishes also came with great hashbrowns. Not the shredded type but actually potato chunks. The hashbrowns were crispy on the outside and soft on the inside. I can't wait to go back again!!

Service: It was a pretty busy Sunday afternoon. Well... more like brunch time as we got there at 11ish. But we were seated right away and our drinks came quick. The food came pretty fast too. Our waitress was friendly and even though it was quite busy, she still checked up on us at least once.

Value: Excellent value. Two eggs benny with hashrowns was only $10!! I think most things on the menu was under $10! Maybe it's just for the brunch menu? Not sure but if you like brunch, this is the place to go!!

Ambiance: It's pretty comfy there although the tables are pretty close together. The washroom was very clean and on way there, in the hallway, there were some pretty neat pictures/paintings.

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Green Basil4623 Kingsway, Burnaby
A good deal with the 2 for 1 coupon.
Submitted Monday, December 6, 2010 - 12:00pm [Dine in]

Food: Been there on an average of 2 or 3 times a year. We tried quite a few things on the menu. Including the Combo for 6 (which feed 8 of us), all of their curry (green, yellow, and red with a choice of chicken, beef, pork, or veggies), roasted duck curry dish, phat thai noodles, pineapple fried rice and the list goes on. The food was all quite good and solid. You can choose your level of spiciness that you like. I like coming here because it's very standard every time. Nothing extravagantly surprising though.

Service: It's enough. They seat you, give you menus, take your order, serve you food. That's all. Nothing more or less. Food comes really quickly so that's good. They are nice and friendly. I don't understand about the other reviews issues with communication problems. I didn't have any. They were able to communicate in English... and if anything, point to what you want on the menu, they can read it.

Value: I would say a little pricey for the amount of food you get. It's usually about $12 to $16 per dish but the portion size is kinda small. I only go with a 2 for 1 coupon. You can always get on one in the Georgia Straight newspaper almost every single week.

Ambiance: It's clean and cozy looking. Decorated with figurines and pictures on the wall. Not bad. Washrooms are clean and odor free, which is great for an Asian place.

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Grille, The8400 No. 6 Rd, Richmond
Good food and great view!
Submitted Saturday, December 4, 2010 - 12:34pm [Dine in]

Food: We had the yam fries, steak burger w/ a salad, and butter chicken w/rice. The fries were crispy and fresh. The burger was a little bit dry but the flavour was okay. The butter chicken sauce was good and creamy. The chicken was nice and tender. The rice was partially crunchy though... maybe just needed soak up some of that creamy sauce.

Service: Walked in... no hostess. Waited a couple minutes and peeked around a bit. Hostess came, acknowledged us, and asked us to wait for a couple minutes. Then we were seated with no problem; got a pretty nice window seat. The service from the waiter was standard; nothing special. Food came at a good time.

Value: It was pretty cheap for a clubhouse type place at a golf course. The yam fries starter was ~$7, burger was ~12, and butter chicken was $14 or $15. So it's relatively cheap!

Ambiance: Loved the view. Beautiful green field of grass and a clear blue sky. It was just lovely! We had a booth so it was comfortable and roomy. The washroom was clean and classy with a lounging sofa.

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Salade de Fruits Cafe1551 West 7th Avenue, Vancouver
An excellent experience.
Submitted Saturday, November 13, 2010 - 12:31pm [Dine in]

Food: I ordered the Canard confit. The skin had just the right amount of crisp to it and the meat was flavourful and juicy. It came on a bed of mashed potatos and mixed steamed veggies. The sauce was very good!! Some of my friends had the special; which was some sort of deer. They said it was good and wasn't "gamey".

Service: It was a really fun experience because my French is limited and the entire menu was in French. However, the server translated all the items in a very enthusiastic way. It was great! We had a party of 10 but our food and drinks came almost all together at a very reasonable time!

Value: For a decent French restaurant, this place is really good! My dinner was $16 but if you want an extra duck leg it's just $19. The special was $25, I think. The portion size is decent. I was very satisfied!

Ambiance: I would have given this place a 4 but I agree with the previous reviewer about the washrooms. It's clean and everything but you have to go through 3 sets of doors and a couple flights of stairs.

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Shanghai River Restaurant7831 Westminster Hwy., #110, Richmond
I love this place!!!
Submitted Sunday, October 31, 2010 - 4:22pm [Dine in]

Food: We had Sliced rolls with condensed milk, Szechuan Beef with Noodles, and the
Shanghai Style Juicy Pork Dumplings. Absolutely delicious!! The sliced rolls were hot and fresh! But you can’t really mess up plain bun with condensed milk though. The portion for the noodles beef was huge. There were beef briskets and tendons. The noodles were tender and the spiciness was perfect. The dumplings were simply the BEST!! I looooove them! I went all over the place in search of good XLB and I found them here!! The skin of the dumplings were soft and thin yet “bouncy” enough that it doesn’t break. The mean and juice inside was hot and flavourful. Love, love, love!!

Service: It was excellent. I think we beat the dinner rush as we arrived at around 6:15pm. We were seated right away. We were also served the menus and tea right away as well. The young female server that took our order was pleasant and friendly. We were checked on a couple of time from this other waiter to make sure things were okay. The food came quickly, hot, and fresh!

Value: Sliced rolls was $3, noodles was $8, and eight dumplings for $6 or $7. We just wanted a small dinner as we planned to visit another dessert place. However, the meal was so filling that we didn’t end up having dessert. Eight wonderful dumplings for $7 is definitely worth it! I will return as this is now my favourite XLB place!!!

Ambiance: Bright, clean, comfortable, and classy! You can even watch the chefs as they make your dumplings!!

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Shanghai Wonderful Restaurant8380 Lansdowne Road, #110, Richmond
Just okay; not wonderful.
Submitted Sunday, October 31, 2010 - 3:07pm [Dine in]

Food: We ordered the Assorted Meat with Crispy Soup Rice, Pan Fried Pork Buns, Braised Pork on Veggies, Peking duck with lettuce wrap, and of course the Shanghai Style Juicy Pork Bun aka xiao long bao.

The rice was alright, I found it a little bland and too thick for my liking though. The pan fried pork bun came out nice and hot. The buns were fluffy and full of juice; it was good! The braised pork was really oily and it made the veggies drip with oil too. I won’t order that again. The Peking duck was standard; nothing to complain about but nothing special about it either. The disappointing part was the XLB. The main goal of my visit was to try their XLB that others have raved about here on dinehere. To my disappointment, the skin was too thick and it was very salty.

Service: About a 15 minute on a weekend night so that’s not too bad. We were served by 3 different people and the reviews are a little bit mixed. The girl that took our order was friendly although she wasn’t too fluent in English. The younger guy that served our food didn’t have much of a personality, to say the least. Then there was the middle aged guy… We pretty much finished our meal but our XLB hasn’t arrived yet. We tried to flag down someone to help us. It was difficult using English there, it wasn’t until I used my limited Mandarin skills in order to get some service from the middle aged guy. I told him we haven’t received our XLB yet. It was as if he didn’t believe us. After some frustration, we figured they had forgotten to place the order instead. Tsk Tsk!

Value: Average. Rice was about $12, five pan fried pork buns was $5, pork and veggies was $14, duck was $15, wrap was $12, and six XLB for $5.

Ambiance: It was clean. Tables were roomy and chairs were reasonably comfortable. Washrooms were alright too.

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Eight 1/2 Restaurant Lounge151 East 8th Ave, Vancouver
This place is nice but it's so loud. I had to shout over the dinner table!
Submitted Saturday, October 9, 2010 - 2:04pm [Dine in]

Food: We ordered the BBQ chicken pizza and the Steak Sandwich. The flavour for the pizza was just alright. Good amount of cheese, standard amount of chicken, but lack of any other toppings other than a couple slivers of red pepper. The center of the pizza was soggy while the outer ring was hard/crunchy. The steak sandwich was actually pretty good. We had the steak well done but it was still really moist and flavourful. It came with caramelized onions and mushrooms; that was delicious. It came with a large portion of mashed potato. It was tasty but lumpy at the same time.

Service: Nothing special, nothing bad. We were promptly seated when we waked in. Waiter came with menus and water. Took our order. Maybe checked on us once, which is good because I don't like naggy waiters. I would have given him a 4 for outstanding service but the food took a long time to arrive.

Value: $12:50 for the pizza and $13.50 for the sandwich. Pretty good value. They also have daily drink specials.

Ambiance: Pretty nice lounge atmosphere. The washroom is clean and decent. The sofas on the edge of the place is really low and pretty uncomfortable. I traded to sit on the regular chairs instead. The place is nice but it's so loud. I had to shout over the dinner table!

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Bubble World4300 Kingsway, #1, Burnaby
Agree with previous review about the deafening ambiance
Submitted Saturday, September 18, 2010 - 11:26am [Dine in]

Food: We usually order some snacks such as crispy chicken nuggets (standard), fish cakes (it's alright), beef pancake wrap (my favourite), and others. We also get some set rice meals with side dishes (depends), and beef noodles (always good). The bubble teas are usually pretty good; not too sweet, and the pearls/coconut jellies are fresh.

Service: They are always really busy. The wait was about 15 to 20 mins. But I would say they are pretty efficient for the number of staff they have on.

Value: Prices are all pretty standard. The snacks are around $5 to $7, meal sets are around $9, and the noodles are $7-$8.

Ambiance: All the walls are different. I found that very interesting and creative. It's actually pretty nice in there and the seats are comfortable but it would better if there's a MUTE button. Why does it have to be soooo loud? The music is literally blasting!! They should turn down the music a couple of notches so their customers can actually have a decent conversation or at least not scream at the servers when they want to place an order.

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Cheshire Cheese Inn123 Carrie Cates Court, #218, North Vancouver
Great location. Great view.
Submitted Saturday, August 28, 2010 - 1:56pm [Dine in]

Food: Went here a few times. The food seems to be pretty consistent. Tried the Toad in the Hole; it was very savoury and pretty heavy. It's good that it came with fries or salad option; salad is the recommended option. The Shepherd’s Pie had a thick layer of creamy mashed potatoes over yet another savoury portion of beef, veggies, and gravy. (Also came with fries or salad option.)

Service: Never really have to wait too long when we go there. We were almost immediately greeted at the door each time we went. The servers were attentive, friendly, and helpful.

Value: The serving side of the entrees are really large for some. The Shepherd's Pie could be served as 2 meals for just $13. Most entree ranges from $12 to $16 (not including the seafood category though).

Ambiance: Inside the restaurant feels a little... old... well, old British style. It's comfortable and cozy. The patio has a great view of the water! It's just lovely there!! After dinner, you can go for a nice stroll along the water!

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Copa Cafe4036 Cambie Street, Vancouver
It was just alright.
Submitted Saturday, August 28, 2010 - 1:41pm [Dine in]

Food: My House Special baked pork chop on rice was not very good. The pork chop tastes like freezer burnt. The rice was also very dry because there wasn't enough sauce to coat it. Ordered a hot coffee with the set meal. The coffee taste like instant coffee; really gross.

Service: Between mediocre and solid. Nothing went wrong but nothing spectacular happened either. Drinks and food came at a decent time. Manager seem pretty nice.

Value: $7 to $10 for one of those mini meals with a drink is alright. Other places are usually $6 to $8 with better quality. The quantity is relatively at par.

Ambiance: Clean, comfortable, and strong AC. The washroom was impressively clean and odor-free.

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Dot. desserts5556 Cambie Street, Vancouver
I don't understand the chairs. Not comfortable at all.
Submitted Monday, August 23, 2010 - 11:07am [Dine in]

Food: We ordered 2 different kinds of crepes, one sweet and one savory. They were both quite good. The crepes were thin and has a nice texture to it. We also had the matcha parfait; it was decent. It was nice but nothing special or anything.

Service: They were attentive and friendly. Nothing much more to say about that; it was good.

Value: Pretty overpriced for the food we got. The crepes were standard in size and the filling inside was simple. For $4.50, I expected a couple more strawberries than what I got though. The parfait is actually pretty small for $7. I don't think it was worth it. I could have made it myself for $2.

Ambiance: I don't understand the chairs; they don't have any backings to it. The chairs were high and you pretty much have to bounce onto them. They looked pretty light and flimsy so it was a challenge to get on it. The sitting experience was not comfortable at all because there were no backings to the chairs; nothing to lean on... I think they are going for simplicity as their theme but I felt it was just not a very interesting place to be. It was not romantic at all. It was white and bright and NOT cozy. The washroom is pretty nicely designed but it's blood-red so it was sort of frightening.

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Samurai Sushi House5888 Cambie Street, Vancouver
Decent takeout place.
Submitted Saturday, August 21, 2010 - 12:13pm [Dine in]

Food: Quite fresh and tasty considering the price. Definitely not the BEST of the best out there but it's very solid. I know some friends that had less than fresh experience there but I've always had consistent results. It's a great quick sushi fix if you have any cravings!

Service: I think they are pretty quick with the amount of staff they have. I usually call for a pick up order and it's always ready by the time we get there.

Value: Incredibly cheap for the amount of food you get! Just for price reference, it's $3.25 for a California roll. Other places are probably around $3.95. The roll is also like 50% larger than other places. Two people can dine for under $15 for sure!

Ambiance: It's pretty tight for a sit-in meal. More like cramped. I just pick up and go! But they do have a sushi bar which is kinda nice if you like to watch the chefs make speedy sushi as they are sooo busy all the time!

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East is East4413 Main St, Vancouver
Dark and exotic.
Submitted Sunday, August 1, 2010 - 3:08pm [Dine in]

Food: I don't really remember what we ordered. I went with a friend that totally loves this place. We went for lunch and ordered an appetizer that is very much like a flaky naan bread with chickpea "dipping" and a double roti combo. It was really nice that for a couple dollars more a single roti could be changed to a double roti, with a different flavour. It came with soup or salad (for the double one, you get to try both). We tried a chicken and lamb one. They were both pretty tasty but it all started to taste the same after a while.

Service: It was amazing. They were attentive and offered to explain the menu a little. We also got a couple samples of the chai tea, it was good but a little too spicy for my liking. The food came quickly and it was still pretty hot. We had 2 servers serving us at a point in time.

Value: Two dishes came to about $30 in total. Portions were large and we were stuffed but $15 each for lunch is just a solid score for me.

Ambiance: It's very special. It's very dark and exotic. When I first walked in, honestly, I was a little scared but my friend recommended it so there were we. The seats are very low so it would be very uncomfortable for ones with long legs to sit for an extended period of time. When the felling of awkwardness and uncertainty subsided, I started to enjoy the ambiance of the place. It was very well decorated with wooden tables and charts. There are wall hangings and neat little displays. It feels like you're in a royal castle/banquet in the ancient times.

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Kisamos Greek Taverna3420 Moncton Street, Richmond
Very tasty and service was good!
Submitted Sunday, August 1, 2010 - 1:44pm [Dine in]

Food: We ordered the Moussaka and Chicken Souvlakia. They were both very good! The Moussaka was very rich and creamy. I just tried a small portion of it; just enough because it might have been too rich if I had more than half of it. The chicken was tender but needed the yogurt because it could be a little dry. The side of rice was flavourful and moist; unlike some other places where it may taste like cardboard. The Greek salad were fresh and tangy.

Service: We were greeted immediately by a young lady. We were seated near a big open window. She told us to let her know if we get cold but the window is opened because it gets really hot if it's closed. I felt it was thoughtful of her to let us know that we had the option to close the window. I really liked the mid-day breeze on a warm summer afternoon though! Another middle-aged lady came to take our order. Originally we wanted to try the Kisamos Chicken because it has to be good if it's named after the restaurant or vice-versa. But apparently it takes 45 minutes to make!! So we opted for the Moussaka instead. I would like to come back on day to try the Kisamos Chicken, maybe we'll call in advance to order.

Value: Moussaka was $15 and Chicken Souvlakia was $14. Obviously there are cheaper Greek places around but considering the fact that it's in Stevenson, I would consider it very acceptable.

Ambiance: This place is nicely decorated. Very simple and has this family feeling to it. I felt very comfortable here. Washroom was clean so it's all good!

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Hell's Kitchen2041 West 4th Ave, Vancouver
Good food but skip the drinks.
Submitted Wednesday, July 21, 2010 - 10:43am [Dine in]

Food: We ordered the Cajun Grilled Chicken Club subbed with sweet potato fries instead of regular ones. The sandwich was delicious!! Moist chicken, smokey bacon, and fresh foccacia bread! (Mmmm... still thinking about it right now...) Sweet potato fries were essentially yam fries; thick cut and fresh, just the way I like it! We also ordered a pulled-pork pizza, it was also very delicious. The portion size was very good! The 2 entrees we ordered could have feed easily fed 3 people. Drinks on the other hand... we had a Mango Mojito each... wished we ordered 2 different types of drinks though. At least then, we could compare and see if it was just that the Mango Mojito's fault or just that the bartender was having an off-night? Our drinks were essentially flavourless; taste like watered-down strawberry spritzer (from the strawberry puree). From the name "mango" mojito, we thought there would be some "mango" flavour; not even ONE hint of mango. We asked our server about the drink, he said it was Malibu Mango rum so it's just very light. Oh well, he was nice so we just kinda let it go.

Service: It was kinda iffy at first because when we walked in, there was no one there to greet us. We kinda stood there for a little bit, poking our heads around the corner/wall. But when they saw us, they greeted us with smiles and led us to a table. Our server was attentive and very pleasant. He checked up on us frequently but not in an intrusive manner. Food came at a decent amount of time; it was hot and fresh!

Value: Prices are very decent considering it's in the Kits area. Prices are comparable to Cactus Club or Earls. The sandwiches ranges from 9 to 13 (add $1.50 for yam fries) and the pizza's about $15 or so depending of the toppings. The drink was $7, normally a decent price... but it was just not good.

Ambiance: Kinda dark with candle light on each table. Not too loud so that's good. They do have a nice patio area if you go there on a warm summer day or night.

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Cattle Cafe8580 Alexandra Road, 1020, Richmond
Tasty, clean, and cheap! What more do you want?
Submitted Saturday, July 17, 2010 - 12:27pm [Dine in]

Food: Food was tasty! Went there a few times and the quality was consistent. We tried the mini meal with a rice dish, a make your own noodle bowls, and a couple of sandwiches (the fries were soooo good!) The hot drink that comes with the meal were good too! Almond drink was not too sweet, some places just puts too much mix in it. The coffee was fresh and had a really nice aroma to it too!

Service: It's always pretty busy but the turnover is pretty high. Never really had to wait too long to be seated here. Staff were friendly and attentive. I'm pretty impressed that they replaced my fork rather quickly when I dropped it (I didn't even ask for it yet, I guess they heard it land on the ground?)

Value: Cheap food!! Very good value here! The mini meals are about $7 or $8 at non-prime times. Other meals are usually under $9. The make your own noodles are $7.25 for the soup base plus a choice of 2 toppings (then $1 per extra topping). The sandwiches are around $6.

Ambiance: Looks and feel very modern. Has the feeling of Ikea. The chair coverings could be more stylish though. Nonetheless, it's all very clean and the utensils are not chipped or cracked like many other HK style cafe places.

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Sip Resto Lounge1117 Granville Street, Vancouver
Top Lounge? I think NOT!
Submitted Thursday, July 15, 2010 - 10:28pm [Dine in]

I just heard of the radio that Sip Resto Lounge was voted for the top lounge or what not for the 4th year in a row. Who the heck voted for that or them? I had the worst experience there!

Went there for a friend's birthday party. They refused to take our order unless ALL of our guest had arrived! What's up with that? People were running late, why can't we just order first? Anyway, when all the guests finally arrived, we ordered but the food took forever! It must have been 45 to 60 minutes! If they just took half of our order first, then we won't have this problem of rushing a large order in, now would we? Worst of all, when the food came, it was luke-warm! Gross!

The servers were "UNattentive"! We pretty much felt ignored all night! Had to flag them down for water and extra menus. I did not feel there was any attempt for service here. Maybe because there was a mandatory tip already due to our large group so they didn't feel they need to try any harder to get tips?

The portion size was really small too! I didn't feel that the quality of the food was equivalent to the price they charged. The food wasn't bad, it was just mediocre.

The ambiance is nice. But it's a lounge Downtown, it's expected to have a certain standard to survive anyway.

I don't recommend this place. I will never go back.

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Enigma4397 West 10th Ave., Vancouver
A Wonderful Night Out
Submitted Saturday, July 10, 2010 - 11:47am [Dine in]

The first visit was good but the second visit was great!!

Food: I would have given them "outstanding" but I found my BBQ Beef Short Rib Burger a little tough; loved the fries though! The Vegetarian Enigma was done very well; the flavour was rich and the display of the dish was appealing. The pasta of the day was also delicious too!

Service: Apparently they "lost" our reservation but I didn't even know about it until the owner or manager came to apologize with a couple of free desserts! I was impressed by their service and goal to keep their customers happy. The server was friendly, helpful, and attentive throughout the night. It was great!

Value: Comparing the quality of the food and the price, I think it was really reasonable.

Ambiance: Relaxing and romantic but also very suitable for small dinner gatherings. I loved the corner window view of West 10th. Pretty paintings on the walls. Clean and classy washroom!

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