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agentdenverCoquitlamSince December 2, 200810 Reviews
Average Rating
3 (3.1)
  • Food3.5 (3.5)
  • Service2.5 (2.6)
  • Value3 (2.8)
  • Ambiance3.5 (3.5)

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Old Spaghetti Factory50 8th Street, New Westminster
Rubber for lunch
Submitted Friday, January 23, 2009 - 5:04pm [Dine in]

If the recipes for the worst restaurant are the following: poor customer service, unsanitary venue, and food taste like rubber, then the Old Spaghetti Factory at New West has it all.

First, let's talk about customer service. Before my arrival, a lady was looking at a near empty restaurant waiting to be seated. However, she had been standing there for at least good 10 minutes and no one was there to find her a table. As I arrive, no one was there to greet and take me to the table. Finally when they showed my party a table, it was dirty.

Second, the food. No matter what kind of soup you ordered, it just way too salty even for my salt queen sister. The pasta is over cooked and the sauce taste like nothing but vinegar. The only saving grace is the ice cream.

The Old Spaghetti Factory is a joke.

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All Thai'd Up Restaurant2636 Kingsway Ave., Port Coquitlam
Best Thai in town and it's right by my house!
Submitted Sunday, January 4, 2009 - 11:39pm [Dine in]

What do you get when you have a personable service combine with some of the best cooking in town? That's All Thai'd Up. I've travelled to many cities around the world and tried many restaurants that claim to have the best Thai food. None of them can compare to All Thai'd Up.

Their service is friendly and personable. You'll feel more at home or at least a very special guest at your friend's house.

The surroundings weren't ideal considering the train tracks, auto body shops, and tire shops; however, they've did a very good job with the renovation. It has the feel of a very laid back coffee shop instead.

Highly recommend it and they may get their liquor license soon. With the possibility of live band and after hour menu, how can you resist? If you've never tried the place, you're really missing out.

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Sea Harbour Seafood Restaurant8888 River Road, #150, Richmond
They don't claim it. They own it!
Submitted Tuesday, December 2, 2008 - 4:25am [Dine in]

What do Yao Ming, Jackie Chan, and many other famed actors and directors from over sea have in common? They all love Sea Harbour. Sea Habour is by far... if not one of the best places for dim sum, it is the best in BC by a mile. There are many times when customers are early, they would offer them a place to sit with something warm to drink. Their waitresses and waiters always keep an eye out you. The place is always clean.

Sea Harbour's fame is that they claim to have world's best bun. They don't just claim it. They own it. I've never met anyone who doesn't love their buns. While in town? Why not give it a shot? Just be warned, they are always packed.

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Westwood Cafe3019 Lincoln Avenue, Coquitlam
No hygiene, no problem!
Submitted Tuesday, December 2, 2008 - 4:11am [Dine in]

I used to go to Westwood Cafe all the time. But first, I'll like to go over some of the props about this place. Between 11-5, Westwood Cafe offers the mini lunch set. For less than 10 dollars, each set meal comes with a drink. It is great value. Not to mention, the "mini" lunch set actually taste pretty good and they don't seem to skip out on size at all.

However, the customer service is a concern for a customer can stand at the door for 10 minutes before being offered a seat at a table. Customer service already isn't the worst concern. There is one time, I saw a cook coming out of a washroom without washing his hands. Yes, that's right. A cook. Not a waitress. That was the last time I was there.

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Wah Wing Restaurant2748 Lougheed Highway, #207, Port Coquitlam
Wah Wing has it all
Submitted Tuesday, December 2, 2008 - 4:03am [Dine in]

Wah Wing is by far one of the busies restaurants in the Tri-city. They have the fry rice and noodles that Canadians love. They also have the sim sum and the fresh seafood Chinese people enjoy. They have the best of both world. If you enjoy the mild spice of western China, my dear reader, you should consider their Improved Tan Tan noodle, Spicy Won Ton, and Mogolian Beef. If you enjoy their seafood, try their fresh crabs. If you can't handle the spice, they still have a lot great selections. Their food is truly outstanding.

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New India Buffet & Restaurant805 W Broadway, #105, Vancouver
Good food do come with a price
Submitted Tuesday, December 2, 2008 - 3:49am [Dine in]

It's winter and you want to take your special someone out for a romantic Indian buffet. Where would you go that has the most variety of food, good tasting curry ,and great view of the heart of Vancouver? New India.

As soon as you walk into the building, you can smell the spice. At winter time, they have their famous lamb curry. However, their buffet is still a little expansive. Their customer service is infamous across the city.

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Akari Japanese Restaurant3000 Lougheed Highway, #112, Coquitlam
Akari to set new standard in Japanese fine dinning
Submitted Tuesday, December 2, 2008 - 3:39am [Dine in]

It is very rare for a little known restaurant owned and operated by Koreans to spend so much time in the details in their food and especially renovation.

When you first walk through the door, you'll feel that you're no longer in Canada. The atmosphere takes you to another dimension. It actually looks a lot like a high class Japanese restaurant once inside.

While the food was large portion and well priced, it may take the waitress a moment to finally notice you when you're at the door even thought the restaurant is half empty most of the time.

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Kirin Seafood Restaurant1163 Pinetree Way, Coquitlam
Only if money grows on tree...
Submitted Tuesday, December 2, 2008 - 3:18am [Dine in]

Then Kirin Seafood Restaurant would be your dinning option.

When going to a Chinese restaurant, here are the key things one must remember. 1, customer service is usually decent at best. 2, the ambiance shouldn't be your priority. 3, food should be inexpansive. 4, a lot of good great selection.

However, Kirin tried to change such image to the Chinese food industry. The end result was an expansively renovated restaurant located in a mall with barely enough traffic. Food was only half decent at best and it's over priced.

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Poco Ocean Restaurant2755 Lougheed Highway, #2, Port Coquitlam
Poco's Unique Little Restaurant
Submitted Tuesday, December 2, 2008 - 3:08am [Dine in]

Tri-cities have many well known Chinese restaurants. Most of them the luxury of hosting well over 50 guess at a time. However, many of those restaurants food quality and value are only second to the little restaurant known as Poco Ocean Restaurant.

Most of you are not familiar with the Chinese community. Little do you know that amount the Chinese community, Poco Ocean Restaurant's fame is well known and well deserved. Many celebrities and out of towners will travel to Poco just for Poco Ocean restaurant. It's also an interesting fact that the restaurant has a 20 year history.

So what is so special about this little restaurant? The chef used to cook for the governor of Hong Kong, Sir David Wilson. Why not seek for yourself and taste his excellent cooking yourself?

However, please bare in mind that the place is barely large enough to hold 4 tables and is hardly open.

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Nagano Japanese Restaurant2918 Glen Dr, #120, Coquitlam
Great food but it's a little on the pricy side.
Submitted Tuesday, December 2, 2008 - 2:51am [Dine in]

In Coquitlam area, there is a great demand for good Japanese food that almost every Japanese restaurants must be specialized in specific type of Japanese food. Nagano, however, perfected two instead. They are the master of Maki and Noodle. They pride themselves with the variety of rolls. Their best roll by far is the Dragon Roll. Their seafood Ramen is excellent.

However, their food is on the expansive side.

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