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Andi710Kitsilano, VancouverSince March 24, 200734 Reviews
Average Rating
3.5 (3.5)
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Ap Kung Jung Korean Bar and Grill1642 Robson Street, Vancouver
Solid food in nice atmosphere
Submitted Friday, June 19, 2009 - 11:23pm [Dine in]

A Korean friend of us took us to Ap Kung Jung. We did not have Korean bbq, but 3 noodles based dishes. Although I still prefer Japanese over Korean cuisine, I have to say that the food was good. Service was solid, the atmosphere is quite nice, too. Not sure if we will return, but if you are in the area and looking for Korean food - this one is not bad.

And there are a couple of other Korean places near by.

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Apollonia1830 Fir Street, Vancouver
Small place means great food and incredible service
Submitted Monday, June 8, 2009 - 3:35pm [Dine in]

We went to Apollonia for dinner on a quiet Sunday evening (it was 7:30 already when we arrived). The restaurant is relatively small with a ambiance that is more elegant than most other Greek places in town.

Our little one had saganaki (It was smelling so nicely when we entered the restaurant, that he asked the friendly waitress, and wanted nothing else after learning that it is pan fried cheese)

My partner and I shared a Niko's platter - I always try the roast lamb in a Greek restaurant and my partner likes squid. We both love moussaka, so the selection on the platter was a 100% fit.

The food was very good. Every part of our dinner was made fresh. The lamb was roasted to perfection. I only wished that it had been a little more seasoned. I missed some cinnamon in the moussaka and also some more spices for the Greek potatoes.

Service was excellent. From the first to the last minute we were treated with genuine and authentic friendliness. Cutlery was exchanged in between appetizers and entrees, which I found remarkable for a Greek restaurant. Our water glasses were never empty. And our little one had lots of fun 'helping' the waitress with the bill.

Too bad we move to Europe soon, for this place would have been one to come back to for sure!

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Fumiyoshi Japanese Restaurant451 Howe Street, Vancouver
OK food with, but sloooooow
Submitted Monday, May 25, 2009 - 9:35pm [Dine in]

We decided to give Fumiyoshi a try for lunch on a Friday noon - the restaurant was a little more than half full. We only had about 1h time, which is why we decided to go for sushi - expected it to be good quality, quick and good value. Unfortunately we were mistaken...

After 30 minutes finally a waitress showed up and took our order. The 4 of us had one of the lunch specials, the assorted sushi platter, an Ocean bento and some california roll.

Food took a long time to arrive and did not come at the same time either. One of my colleagues waited for his roll for more than 30 minutes - we even had to go and ask for it, as we needed to get back to our conference.

Quality was also not very high - in particular in Vancouver there are MUCH better alternatives. My teriyaki special was large quantity, but the chicken meat was not crisp and drowned in teriyaki sauce. My partner's oysters in the ocean bento were not particularly good either.

Considering the food quality and the slooooow service, the value was just decent, even when the lunch special was just $7.99 - but you get much better bento for $5 at other places. It is really hard to see how this restaurant can make money on lunch, when it is not able to deliver in one full hour!

Ambiance is solid, nothing special but also not bad.

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Viva Mexico Restaurant Grill & Cantina20505 Fraser Highway, #103, Langley
OK food in nice ambiance
Submitted Sunday, May 24, 2009 - 9:32pm [Dine in]

Having given up on Adrian's Greek place at the Airport (we could not even place an order after over 30 minutes!), we remembered Viva Mexico in Langley city centre, where we have been during the Langley Jazz festival before.

The food is OK. We had nachos locos that should have gotten a little more cheese and cesadilas, which were quite good. Compared to higher quality food like sushi, we thought the value was just OK, we paid a little over $40 for 2 entrees, a kids portion and drinks. Service is a little slow, but we felt the improvement after being ignored at Adrian's...

The best feature of the restaurant is the location, with a big patio letting you enjoy the sun in the summer and some nice and funny design elements in the interior of the restaurant: Everybody smiles about "Sorry, we are open!"

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Dockside Restaurant1253 Johnston Street, Vancouver
Too big and survives only because the hotel and the view
Submitted Saturday, May 23, 2009 - 7:25pm [Dine in]

We have been to the Dockside restaurant for dinner with a group of 20. If I had to pay the bill (about $70 per person, including wine), I would have been furious!

The food was mediocre - just as boring as it can get for this price. Seafood chowder tasted like one from a can with some added pieces of smoked salmon. The alternative green salad looked like completely uninspired collection of lettuce, tomato and cucumber. At least it looked fresh.

Main course was either sirloin steak - nobody asked how you like it done, so it came well done of course. Probably no alternative as it was way to thin anyways. The very good quality halibut was buried under a crust of butter and herbs that you usually get on cheap frozen fish in ready made dinners from the supermarket and placed on boring rice with pieces of carrots in it.

The desert was an icecream cake that you could have bought at Saveway.

The only nice item was the wine - here you just get a decent burrowing owl white and a blue mountain red for the high price you pay - nothing they have to do themselves. (Although subtract the strong barrique note from the red and it becomes boring).

Service was OK, but did not serve all people at the same time and came with a dish that we actually did not order.

The thing I liked about the place is the nice view onto false creek - but that you can have by just walking on the wharf outside. Saves you $70 and a disappointment with food.

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Yohachi Sushi161 Esplanade West, North Vancouver
Real Japanese cuisine
Submitted Saturday, May 23, 2009 - 7:10pm [Dine in]

We tried this place in North Vancouver, when our son wanted to take the seabus from downtown. We followed the recommendation on dinehere.ca and were not disappointed.

Nice little restaurant with an interesting interior - modern furnishing with screens separating the tables. Just don't let your kid push against them, they will fall on your neighbors if you don't catch them quickly enough... ;-)

We tried the Yohachi maki roll, a makarel dish, a philly roll, some seafood and some asparagus tempura, spinach with peanut sauce and udon.

The udon was the best we had so far in Vancouver (and we have it regularly, especially on rainy days)! Tempura was excellent as well, as was the spinach. The maki and the roll was good quality, too, although I would not go to Yohachi, if I only wanted sushi rolls.

I really liked the grilled makarel - and there are numerous other Japanese dishes on the menu that will justify coming back. Value was OK - we paid about $70 for the 3 of us for dinner and service was solid, too.

A definite recommendation for North Van!

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Kirin Mandarin Restaurant1172 Alberni Street, Vancouver
Not the best Kirin in town
Submitted Saturday, May 23, 2009 - 6:48pm [Dine in]

We went to Kirin for dim sim with a group of 12 people and I was a little disappointed about the ambiance - having been to the spacious Kirin on Cambie and 12th, I felt a little cramped here. Nevertheless the main character is the same - big tables mostly used by big Asian families, which is a good sign for the food quality.

Food was good, although not as good as in the Kirin on Cambie. My favorite are the mixed seafood congee, the prawn or pork dumplings and the deep fried spring rolls (although I did not have them this time).

Service is very fast at dim sum time, although not particularly friendly. They always seem a bit rushed and expect you to know the menu. It was the 3rd time that we asked the waiter about some items on the menu, and he not tell us anything more than what we could read ourselves: "What kind of vegetables are in this dish? - What? Ehem. Yes. Vegetarian." Not very helpful, especially as the menu contains some items you might like to try if you only knew a little bit of what is in there...

Value is OK for dim sum, not so for dinner - then it is really too expensive for Chinese food in Vancouver.

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Sharkey's Seafood Bar & Grille4953 Chisholm Street, Delta
Nice place - espeiclaly with kids
Submitted Saturday, May 23, 2009 - 6:34pm [Dine in]

We end up at Sharkey's whenever we go to the Reifel birds sanctuary with our little one. The ambiance is nice and the menu offers fish and chips, burgers and similar items. We like the clam chowder and the wasabi salmon burger, but also the cod fish and chips is good. Nothing special, but solid quality.

Service is decent, but has some variance (once we had an argument about the table that the owner wanted to seat us, obviously he wanted to push us to an empty corner as we showed up with an infant).

On the other hand, the value for items on the kids menu is outstanding. It is really half price compared to the reasonably priced items on the main menu and almost full size...

Another plus the patio and the ambiance of the restaurant in general. A really nice place to spend some time with friends and kids.

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Kirin Seafood Restaurant555 West 12th Avenue, Vancouver
Very good dim sum
Submitted Wednesday, May 13, 2009 - 9:57pm [Dine in]

It is always a good sign if the majority of guests in a restaurant are the ones knowing the food that is offered. Kirin on Cambie is one of those restaurants. For dim sum the restaurant is usually very busy, so you should better have a reservation.

Also service urges you to order fast and deliveres food when it is ready (it happens that you get what you thought to be desert before what you wanted to be the appetizers). But overall the service is OK, friendly and quick - just don't expect extensive guidance on the menu or nice small talk.

The food is very good - especially we like the seafood kongi (rice soup), any kind of dumplings, the deep fried seafood spring rolls and the mango puffing for desert. But most other hings were very tasty, too. Just the chicken feet were a little, ehm, special.

Value is solid, but not cheap. The ambiance of the place is an experience for sure - a very crowded place with lots of people around big tables and a nice view to relax. Our son likes the lobsters and fish at the entrance - other than this the restaurant is not especially child friendly.

Bottomline solid restaurant - a must for us if we have guests from Europe who want to experience a new side of Asian cuisine.

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White Spot4129 Lougheed Highway, Burnaby
Way overprized for its low food quality
Submitted Wednesday, May 13, 2009 - 6:03pm [Dine in]

I went there with my son, who was craving for a burger on the way home from daycare at SFU. I generally like to go to a diner from time to time, but this one got removed from my list of alternatives.

My son had the kids beef burger and I chose the advertised 'Italian' pasta with beef from the otherwise pretty boring menu.

My son's burger was OK, but nothing special at all. I helped him out in the end, as the plate was much to big for him - and I was still hungry, because the pasta was not edible. It is right that European cuisine usually is more spicy than the bland stuff that you get at your regular burger place, and that black pepper is a treat for almost every dish in Italy. But it does not mean that the ONLY spice is black pepper and you use half a kilo in a single dish! It was just disgusting.

The only nice part of my dinner was the wine, which was a South African Sauvignon blanc. (Obikwa).

And for all of this we paid over $30 - this will not be repeated.

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Casa Fabesso850 Barnet Highway, Port Moody
Casual fine dining - what a nice surprise!
Submitted Monday, May 11, 2009 - 12:33am [Dine in]

I stumbled across Casa Fabesso when looking for a nice place to go out in Northern Burnaby. The website made me curious. No menu, no prices but the description of a chef who is passionate about his work - from buying the freshest ingredients to composing a new menu every day.

We have been to Casa Fabesso for dinner on a Sunday night - and we were not disappointed. You need to reserve for dinner, which we did - and learned that there is another group that decided the menu for the evening:

As appetizers we had brushetta, then prawn salad, proscuiitto with melon and roast beef with parmesan and arugola

First courses were gnocchi made from ricotta with truffles aroma and lasagna with mushrooms.

Main courses were braised beef with grilled polenta and pork loin chops with chocolate, raisin and pine nuts sauce and grilled vegetables.

We finished with ice cream, some biscuits and a good espresso.

A fabulous experience, everything was just perfect - fresh ingredients, tasty recipes and done to perfection. Chef Roberto seems to just love preparing his food.

We had half a liter of the house wine and it was very good as well. The wine selection is pretty small and exclusively Italian - if you want to spend a little more for a good bottle.

Anna's service was very attentive. She explained every course in detail and the food was delivered just perfectly one course after the other - the advantage of having a fixed menu. At the end chef Roberto came himself and we chatted a little about his philosophy - limit the number of people to cook for to keep the standards very high.

The ambiance is nice as well, a little house in Reed Point Marina, providing room for about 6 tables. They are covered with white table clothes, but overall the restaurant has a casual touch. The only downside to the location is that you don't have a direct view to the water but see the parking lot first.

For the quantity and even more the quality of food we had, we found the value to be incredible - we paid under $40 each for a 9 (!) course menu. Add $16 for the wine and you go out a little over $100 including tip. A similar menu in the cannery would have been double the price - and you do not get a nice surprise of the menu of the day at all.

This place is new, Roberto immigrated to Canada just recently - and it looks like you should hurry to try out this place before it becomes so popular that you have to reserve months in advance!

My partner and I at least are very eager to come back and try Roberto's fish dishes.

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Transilvania Bakery3474 W Broadway, Vancouver
Excellent fresh old style bread
Submitted Sunday, May 10, 2009 - 5:23pm [Dine in]

This bakery is an institution in Kitsilano. If you invite friends for a big pot of soup and need decent bread on the side or you just want to enjoy some bread with butter - look no further. Before we came to Vancouver we were really afraid not to find decent bread (Germans like dense crusty sourdough rye bread). Transilvania bakery (And to some extend Terra bread) saves us.

There are only 3 kinds of bread on offer in the small, picturesque shop: Peasant bread - small loaf or big loaf and one other kind bread changing from day to day. We usually have the smaller peasant bread, but also tried the sprouted wheat bread. Both are excellent, especially when fresh.

The baker is very relaxed and friendly answering all questions you might have about his bread (or bread in general). The only downside is the price tag - you need to be prepared to spend at least $5.50 for the small and even $11 for the big loafs. But it is worth it - get some good cheese or a nice bowl of soup with it and you don't need anything else for dinner!

One more caveat: I find the bread to be the best in town as long as it is fresh - especially the thick nice crust. But it can be quite hard soon if not stored properly. If you don't have a wooden bread box, at least put it into 2 (!) paper bags. (No plastic or the crust is gone)

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Ichibankan Express8910 University High Street, #5, Burnaby
Good rolls, horrible Bento
Submitted Sunday, May 3, 2009 - 12:09pm [Dine in]

I drop in regularly due to lack of alternatives up on SFU campus and grab some rolls and a spinach salad. The quality is OK, but (as usual) you pay the 'trapped on the mountain' tax.

Last time I ordered some beef box (as I like Bento a lot), and it was horrible. First I was surprised by the speed that they delivered my lunch, but then I noticed the taste - pre-made food warmed up in the microwave. The meat was completely flabby.

Ambiance is what you expect from a quick lunch place, service as well.

Bottom line: Stay with their rolls if you need an alternative to all the greasy food up on SFU campus, but don't waste your time on any of their hot dishes.

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Agro Cafe1363 Railspur Alley, Vancouver
Nice place to get an excellent coffee and relax
Submitted Saturday, May 2, 2009 - 10:57pm [Dine in]

Having lived in Vienna, Austria, for over 4 years before coming to Vancouver, we really miss good coffee houses. Not the boring, all identical Starbucks and look alikes but a real coffee house with a good selection of coffee, some food (not only sweets) and a nice, relaxing ambiance. AGRO café on Granville island is what I found to come closest to this dream so far.

The espresso was hot, extremely good and served in a real espresso cup - what a relief from all the crappy, oversized plastic and paper cups you get almost everywhere else. My partner had a chai latte that was excellent as well. Even our little one liked it, and he is usually really picky. He had a cheese sandwich which was based on good multigrain bread and seemed to be excellent - he ate it all in no time. As a treat we tried the homemade brownies and found them to be excellent as well. The incredible food goes to the super quality coffee, rather than the food, however.

Service was friendly and just what you expect from a café like this, but the poor girl at the cash, coffee machine and counter was a little overwhelmed by the massive amount of people on a Saturday evening (!). I did not really understand why none of the 3 (!) young man in the back could help her out preparing coffee but were idling and waiting for a food order. There were also two tables to be cleaned for about 30 minutes...

What I really liked was the ambiance. The café has a lower and a 'mezzanine' (upper) floor where a couple of tables are distributed, some 4 or 5 tables outside and two leather couches with a little couch table. Decent music in the back (not too loud for having a conversation) and a mixed crowd of interestingly looking people sitting at the other tables make the AGRO café a really nice place to have a coffee and take some time to chat, read a newspaper or probably even work.

If the furniture had some patina (ie. was about 30 years older ;-) and the interior was a little darker with some huge mirrors to make the room look bigger, the AGRO café could be somewhere in Vienna. Great. Now just open up one on SFU campus and I will come every day!

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Lalibela Ethiopian Restaurant4530 Hastings St, Burnaby
Great
Submitted Saturday, May 2, 2009 - 9:41pm [Dine in]

We have been there pretty late for lunch (around 2), so the restaurant was empty. As the ambiance is not very cosy in the first place, we felt a little uncomfortable at first. This all changed once we got the food.

The two of us and our little one shared the sample platter for just $22 and it was more than sufficient. Included both vegetarian and non-vegetarian dishes and all were excellent - except maybe the chicken dish that was way too hot for my taste. In particular we liked the spinach, the sweet cabbage (!) and the beef dishes.

After lunch we had Ethiopian coffee and were a little disappointed at first to see it coming out of a regular coffee machine, but once we tasted the nice aromatic coffee with cardamom, we were amazed. We definitely come back for a traditional coffee ceremony with some friends!

Service was excellent, authentic and VERY friendly.

And value is just great. $28 for the 3 of us with such delicious food is a real bargain!

The only aspect of the restaurant I did not really like was the ambiance. With the stone tiles on the floor and lacking other people, it felt really cold and uncomfortable. It also looks like the restaurant was used as a bar before and the furniture has not been changed to accommodate the Ethiopian cuisine.

But all in all certainly with a visit. We will come back for sure!

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Boathouse Restaurant, The2770 Esplanade Ave, Port Moody
Only reason to go there - the location
Submitted Sunday, April 26, 2009 - 2:55pm [Dine in]

Nothing to rave about here. The food is just average and way overpriced. Service was the usual pseudo-friendly, but in fact I don't care: I ordered a special mojito but got the usual one only. I asked the waitress if that was the (I think) Jamaican mojito, as it looked just like a plain simple one. She asked the bartender and came back to tell me that they do not have the kind of mojito (after she delivered one that she declared to BE their specialty...)

The heating on the covered patio was way to hot, so we almost melted and my partner got a terrible cold from going out on the pier afterwards.

We will certainly not return.

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Stepho's Greek Taverna1124 Davie St, Vancouver
Nicest greek place in town
Submitted Sunday, April 26, 2009 - 2:29pm [Dine in]

We live in Kits now for 3 years and have been to a lot of Greek places in the neighborhood as well as in Point Grey and other parts of the city. Yesterday we tried out Stepho's for the first time (we rarely go downtown for dinner).

It was just as good as everybody was telling us.

On a busy Friday night we waited outside for about 25 minutes, another 3 minutes inside and got a nice table at the front (we did not mind other people watching us as we had been looking at others before ;-).

Food was delivered incredibly fast - Stepho's has the advantage of a small menu and a restaurant that is always full + lots of pick-up, so they do not have to wait for orders to start preparing the meals.

The food was very good, just what you expect from a good Greek place. Mousaka was excellent (just as good as on Samos, where we had the best one in Greece so far) and the roasted lamb was very good as well. As starters we had tsatsiki and very good cheese balls (primarily for our 3 year old). With it came fresh and hot bread. All in all as good as you can get with the limited range of Greek food. The retsina could have been a little stronger in taste - we prefer Tsantali here in Canada - but nevertheless we enjoyed half a liter of it with our dinner. A greek dinner without retsina is just not complete.

Ambiance is very nice, too. Just a authentic Greek tavern with all the smells, Greek music, noise and loads of people that you get in Greece as well.

And the best part of it all: The bill came out significantly below $50 for the 3 of us. And the portions are big enough to have another small meal the next day at home. The fact that we had to ask our friendly waiter to take off three glasses of pop that we did not order or drink is our only little complaint about service. (Of course there was no problem getting the $5 off the bill)

We will definitely go back! Best Greek place in town so far!

PS.: I found it incredible that our car was parked second row behind other cars in the back of the restaurant without any problem. I guess the cars in first row belong to employees. So if you spot a space in second row, just go for it, register at the cash inside and enjoy your lunch or dinner.

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Handi4432 Dunbar Street, Vancouver
Very good Indian food in sophisticated atmosphere
Submitted Sunday, April 12, 2009 - 9:44pm [Dine in]

We tried out Handi's for dinner on Easter Saturday. It was a very pleasing experience. We were a little worried seeing only one table taken when we entered, but the restaurant filled up later.

The ambiance was a real change to other Indian places in town. Seeing textile napkins, nice table cloths and well decorated tables was a real surprise here in Vancouver. I loved the huge old mirrors and little details like the explanations of Indian cuisine items in the menu. I also liked the very clean washroom. The only problem with the ambiance is that the restaurant is is a little too dark - the typical problem of restaurants with light coming only from a front window.

We started with pappardum and raita (a cucumber yogurt) and had the special of the day (Mango chicken) and a shahi paneer (cheese cooked in tomato onion sauce) afterward. The Papperdum rolled into little cones - it looked so nice that it was almost a pity to eat it. Both appetizers and entrees were excellent. I ordered the mango chicken medium spiced and got a dish that was neither bland not too hot to taste mango and meat. The only reason rate it 4 instead of 5 is that I did not see surprises/new discoveries on the menu.

Service was amazing, one of the waiters even came to refill the mango lassie of our son to a smaller glass after seeing him struggling with his straw. Water was never empty, food was served quickly and professionally, and also the bill was coming very quickly (which is really important for us as the patience of our three year old is usually exhausted by the end of the dinner).

We paid under $60 for the two and a half of us, which is not cheap in Vancouver, but still good value for what was offered. We will certainly come back for a welcome change to Okonomiyaki in Modern club or Thai food in Montri's.

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Rocky Mountain Flatbread Co.1876 West 1st Avenue, Vancouver
Go there if you are 'conscious', otherwise get good pizza elsewhere
Submitted Sunday, April 12, 2009 - 9:10pm [Dine in]

We went to the Rocky Mountain Flatbread Company for a child birthday. Lots of people are raving about the place, so we were curious. We came on a Wednesday evening, it was rather empty - only 2 tables were taken.

We were 4 adults with 3 kids between 2 and 3.5. The kids spent most of the time playing in the little playing area.

Unfortunately this area is next to the washrooms, so we constantly had to watch the kids so they did not walk into the toilets. Some adults making their way out of the washrooms were looking for help from us parents because they seemed to be really uncomfortable speaking to children and asking them to let them through.

The staff was rather stressed and circled around our little 'obstacles'. Looking into the wonderful wood fired oven was another highlight for the kids but none of the staff members putting pizza in and out managed to say a word about their work to the kids.

Food: My partner and I shared a big pizza with 2 different toppings: ham+mango, sun dried tomatoes and cheese. We liked the fact that the pizza had a thin crust and was not greasy at all. Both toppings were really nice. However, the pizza had quite a big margin without topping, and the dough itself tasted very bland because it was clearly missing salt. I am sure this is good for my health and in line with modern feel good theories, but it simply didn't taste well. All in all the pizza was OK, but not nearly as good as we were made to expect.

The kids had cheese pasta, which was very good, and two plates of veggies which were just plain. As a desert, they got some chocolate brownies with ice cream. Unfortunately they needed to wait a while until the waitress managed to bring some forks...

The prices on the menu (luckily we were invited) and the fact that you can 'offset your meal's energy consumption' by paying an additional fee completely convinced me that this place is severely hyped. It caters to the health and environment conscious, who believe that eating fat-,salt-and-taste-free food and driving a (2 ton) hybrid SUV will save the planet.

We will probably not come back. There are much better places for pizza in town (for instance Ragazzi pizza in East Van).

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La Notte3307 Dunbar Street, Vancouver
Solid food in very nice ambiance
Submitted Saturday, March 28, 2009 - 6:35pm [Dine in]

We wanted to have some pizza with a friend of ours and take our little kids along. We tried to get into the Rocky Mountain Flatbread company, but had no chance on a Friday evening. So we ended up in Dunbar in La Notte.

We were seated in the back, so we did not need to worry too much about our kids. They preferred pasta to pizza, but my partner and her friend had pizza. I had the Saltimbocca alla Romana. As starters we had Bruschetta and mixed salad. We combined it with a bottle of Cannonau from Sardinia.

The food was solid, but nothing special. In particular for pizza, we will continue to go to Ragazzi pizza in East Vancouver. But the service is excellent, friendly and attentive. And the ambiance is just right for a nice lunch or a relaxing dinner on the weekend.

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