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asianfusionSeattleSince July 30, 200715 Reviews
Average Rating
3 (3.1)
  • Food3 (2.9)
  • Service3 (3)
  • Value3 (2.8)
  • Ambiance3.5 (3.4)

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Central Bistro & Lounge1072 Denman Street, Vancouver
Great Lunch
Submitted Thursday, November 11, 2010 - 2:53pm [Dine in]

Pleasantly surprised by lunch. Fresh and flavorful soup, fantastic charcuterie plate - much more interesting than the plate we had at Delilah's the previous night. Wine selection was pretty bland and a bit overprised for a glass. The local beer on tap was good according to my husband. Service was very friendly but a bit slow. A bit dirty looking and messy bathroom.

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Delilah's1789 Comox Street, Vancouver
Thuet's Menu Gone
Submitted Thursday, November 11, 2010 - 2:46pm [Dine in]

Sad to see that Marc Thuet's food is gone especially after our visit earlier during the summer. We missed the Pemberton ribeye and the tasty rabbit pot pie. Room is still lovely in its late 70's look, music much too loud for dinner, and service has slipped since the show (missed appy, wrong martini). Too bad the bartender did not know how to make a negroni - my husband's fav cocktail. Soup was very good as was the burger. Desserts were pretty plain and would not recommend. Looks like a lot of the staff have left since our visit in July. Prices seemed high for the portion and food quality. Will return again in December as give them another chance. Please change the music - it does not fit the room at 7pm for dinner.

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Red Card Sports Bar900 Seymour Street, Vancouver
What is a European Sports Bar?
Submitted Friday, April 2, 2010 - 9:38pm [Dine in]

Mediocre pizza tonight compared to Incendio or Campagnolo. Fun to watch hockey but food is a big let down. According our server Red Card is a European bar because of its design, Champagne cocktails,and restaurant style service??? Draft bee selection is good as is the bottled Craft USA bees. Go for beer and appies. Not a Sex in the city kind of place for the girls.

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Burrard Bridge Marine Bar and Grill1012 Beach Ave, #1, Vancouver
Pirate Pub - good value and friendly
Submitted Tuesday, June 9, 2009 - 6:37pm [Dine in]

Popped in after walking the seawall. Charming manager sat us and told us about this new establishment and what was good on the menu and what to do for entertainment after we left. Nice views on the patio, great wheat ale on tap, and tasty mussels. Wine list seems small but the manager was working on a bigger more interesting selection. The halibut and chips are perfectly cooked. overall friendly service, decent prices, and a view worth millions.

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Cobre52 Powell Street, Vancouver
Dessert next time dinner
Submitted Tuesday, January 6, 2009 - 12:22pm [Dine in]

Dropped by for dessert while strolling through Gastown. Had dinner at the new Irish Heather and dessert here. Outstanding goat cheesecake paired up with a lovely custom cocktail. Servers are friendly and attentive. Nice selection of local beer and Brooklyn lager for the partner. Lovely room, great music, and the food looked amazing. We will be back for dinner next trip up.

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Irish Heather210 Carrall Street, Vancouver
Prefered the original
Submitted Tuesday, January 6, 2009 - 12:16pm [Dine in]

We had not been into the new location being we live in Seattle until last night. We loved the old traditional homey feel of the original local. The new room is beautiful but lacks an irish spirit. Food is much poorer and smaller portion than the past. Soup was boring, sandwich overpriced, and well the beer was just as good as before - thank god. The room is noisey and the crowd much younger and louder. Service was hit and miss. Waiting several minutes to even get noticed was a big let down. Gastown has been let down. We headed off to Cobre for dessert and a post dessert cocktail on the way back to the Pan Pacific. Both those places are 4/5 star.

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Greedy Pig, The307 West Cordova Street, Vancouver
Nice sandwiches
Submitted Thursday, April 3, 2008 - 4:11pm [Dine in]

Fun spot with creative sandwiches. Beef Wellington with foie gras pate nice. Cheese and butcher plates expensive for portion size. I was hoping for a bigger wine selection. Experience ruined by staff sitting around wathcing the hockey game.

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Subeez Cafe891 Homer Street, Vancouver
Too loud food getting better
Submitted Thursday, April 3, 2008 - 3:31pm [Dine in]

When in vancouver we usually go to waazubee for the extensive wine by the glass slelection. Tried this sister restaurant before the Springstein concert. Wine list pails in comparison to waazubee. Service is plesant. The food on the other hand needs alot of work. My partner had the pasta special and it was plain boring. We commented to server and low and behold the chef comes over. This man is pompous and in your face. If you comment on something expect the chef to show up and be condesending.

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WaaZuBee Cafe1622 Commercial Drive, Vancouver
Great Entrees and Wine
Submitted Friday, February 15, 2008 - 12:43am [Dine in]

Dropped by with the husband for the wine club on Wednesday and had a great experience. $30 for six small plates and eight wines. This is the place to drink on the drive (the closest thing East van has to a wine bar). Hugh wine list all by the glass and great entrees with your choice of two starches and two veg. The food seems to be more fine dining than the past and a nice change from all the vegan and veg that was there years ago. Try the Quebec duck, scalloped potatoes and honeyed carrots. If the manager is there pick his brains on the wines and wine flights that they have. The wine club is the best wine and food deal in the city and they do not advertise it.

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Boneta12 Water Street, #115, Vancouver
Perfect and flawless
Submitted Sunday, December 2, 2007 - 11:12pm [Dine in]

Had a great dinner with my husband and our Vancouver wine friend who lives across the street and rants about this restaurant - he was right! Exceptional and very friendly service from the second we stepped in the door to sitting at the bar and then accompanied to our table. Wonderful and original cocktails, slightly overpriced wines, and perfect food in flavour, texture, and presentation. Loved the video projected menu and good looking people working and eating at Boneta. The perfect Vancouver restaurant. Highly recommended.

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Salt Tasting Room45 Blood Alley, Vancouver
Copy Cat New York Wine Bar
Submitted Sunday, December 2, 2007 - 11:07pm [Dine in]

Back in Vancouver for a 2nd time and told by a local wine guy I met last trip to give Salt a try. Nice room with perfect balance of old and new. Small positions of interesting cheeses and less interesting meats. Wine was interesting and broad but expensive by Seattle standards. The ally is nasty and we were harassed by local drug addicts on the way in and out. Overall nice place but not of the NY quality and service level. We started here then finished with a great dinner with our wine guy friend at Boneta just on the corner.

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Nice room
Submitted Tuesday, July 31, 2007 - 12:37pm [Dine in]

Quick lunch here and enjoyable experience. We tried the Bison and Stilton burger, soup of the day, and a crab croissant. Nicely presented an plated. Tried a bottle of Poplar Pinot Gris from BC - very nice and paired well with thew crab. Wine list has alot of repetitive items and not broad enough in countries. Service was pleasant and friendly.

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Jules Casual French Bistro216 Abbott Street, Vancouver
Very French
Submitted Tuesday, July 31, 2007 - 12:33pm [Dine in]

The husband and I had dinner here last night and had a very enjoyable evening. Steak Frites were tasty as was my halibut. Creative wine list made up of BC and French reds. This place reminds me of many Paris bistro's with it ambiance and joie de vie.

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Canoe Brew Pub450 Swift St., Victoria
Wonderful brew pub
Submitted Monday, July 30, 2007 - 11:57am [Dine in]

Our first visit to Victoria and we really enjoyed tis pub. Nice open lofty like room with top house brewed beers. We arrived for lunch nad both had some great burgers. Tried a flight of beer samples and my husband tried a couple of BC whiites off a pretty impressive list for a pub. We will be going back for dinner tomorrow.

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Metro Restaurant200 Burrard Street, Vancouver
Great!
Submitted Monday, July 30, 2007 - 11:41am [Dine in]

Our first visit to Vancouver in a few years and this restaurant did not disappoint. Wonderful and friendly service unique option to order meat and seafood by the ounce, and nice cocktais. We sat on the patio and hada great view of the city and the shore ot the north. We really enjoyed the calamari and deer. Desserts were the perfect size and full of flavour.

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