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anneliese04port moodySince March 2, 20084 Reviews
Average Rating
3 (3.2)
  • Food3.5 (3.5)
  • Service3 (3)
  • Value2.5 (2.7)
  • Ambiance2.5 (2.7)

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Displaying 1 - 4 of 4 Reviews Found
Cake Ya2415 Clarke Street, Port Moody
soooo good
Submitted Saturday, January 15, 2011 - 7:06pm [Take-out]

We live in port moody and so are lucky enough to have cake-ya very close. We've stopped by two weeks in a row to pick up our weekly desserts. So far we've had their cheesecake -- I love this because it's not too sweet, very creamy and has no crust (I don't like crust), we've also sampled a number of their custards (milk tea was our favorite), as well as their shortbread cookies and their pound cakes -- chocolate and matcha. Everything we've had has been amazing. The sweets are all delicate and not too sweet -- just like we had in Japan. It's the only place I go to now for desserts.

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Sango Japanese Fusion Restaurant110 Brew St., #5, Port Moody
Not impressed
Submitted Saturday, April 17, 2010 - 7:57pm [Dine in]

We've eaten here 3 or 4 times and every time I wonder why with so many other really good Japanese restaurants in the area. They do an okay tempura udon although one time the tempura was really soggy and extremely unappetizing. The last time I ordered the caterpillar roll, the taste was okay but there was hardly any filling, only a very merge bit of eel and they charge $8 for it! I also had the ebi mayo which was very bland, not worth it at all. The wait staff also never brought the check, even after I asked them for it twice! I would suggest going to Nagano or Sushi Mori instead.

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Club Ilia8902 University High St, Burnaby
Hit and Miss
Submitted Saturday, April 10, 2010 - 8:26pm [Dine in]

We ate at Club Ilia with friends of ours -- a total of 4 adults and 3 kids. We ordered the cheese pizza for the kids, I had the chicken breast, my husband the penne with rose sauce. Our friends had the chicken pita and another pasta dish with meatballs. We also had the garlic bread and the bruchetta. Overall, the meal was okay. My chicken was good, I ordered it with roasted potatoes which I thought were under-seasoned. I also had a garden salad with a honey vinaigrette dressing that I did not care for at all - way too sweet. The kids liked the garlic bread and pizza but it's hard to mess those up. My husband thought his pasta was just okay. We also ordered glasses of beer but the glasses weren't cold enough and they didn't have an IPA on tap, not good! They also seemed to run out of a lot of things including the Sapporo that they were supposed to have on tap and the restaurant wasn't really all that busy. For dessert we had vanilla ice-cream (although they say they have chocolate it also wasn't available) and a creme brule. The creme brule was good but again, kind of hard to mess that one up. The portions were enormous, I'm not sure if they're trying to attract poor students but it was way too much food for any of us to finish. Oh, and they also don't have an espresso machine although the waitress said that they would be getting one soon. Overall, it was okay -- we work up at SFU so it's convenient to go there after work. It will probably work into our rotation, mostly because my daughter likes pizza and my husband likes beer. Might be nice in the summer as they have outside seating.

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Little Thailand2335 St. Johns Street, #1-2, Port Moody
Great little place
Submitted Saturday, March 1, 2008 - 7:04pm [Dine in]

We were pleasantly surprised by our first dinner at Little Thailand. The atmosphere is cozy, it's a fairly small place. We arrived at around 5:30 on a Friday night and the place was almost full by 6:30. My 6 year old had the chicken satay and loved every bite (she's a very picky eater and I was thrilled that she enjoyed it so much). I had Goong Pad Nam-Prig Paow (sauteed prawns), which was very tasty and my husband the shoo-shee salmon (grilled salmon with red curry sauce) -- I really loved this dish. The taste of the lime leaf was great. The rice is a mix of white, brown and red jasmine served in a large bowl -- very good. We also had the Tom Yum Goong, which was okay. The service was very friendly if a bit lax. I think the server was a bit overwhelmed but we really didn't mind. We will be back.

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