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BlossomVancouver (downtown)Since December 8, 20052 Reviews
Average Rating
2 (2)
  • Food3 (3)
  • Service1 (1)
  • Value2.5 (2.5)
  • Ambiance1.5 (1.5)

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Kamei Royale1030 W Georgia Street, #211, Vancouver
Never Again...
Submitted Friday, June 25, 2010 - 12:02pm [Dine in]

First off, I'll specify that we were situated in the lounge area. I've been in the restaurant as well, and had a decent experience. But, after last night's fiasco...I won't be returning to either. We had a large group out celebrating an occasion...and we were treated like complete garbage. The servers were rude, unattentive and unaccomodating. Considering it wasn't even busy in there and our table had more people at it than all of the other tables combined...you'd think they would try to make the tiniest effort to keep our group there. Never again...rude rude rude.

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Capstone Tea & Fondue1429 Robson Street, Vancouver
As if we weren't miserable enough...
Submitted Tuesday, February 16, 2010 - 2:31pm [Dine in]

So it's Valentines Day and 5 single gals decide to drown their loneliness in cheese and chocolate. We arrive and try to put on our best "patience hat" as the ONE server whips around in a tizzy trying to keep up with the steady influx of romantics coming in to canoodle over candlelight. After 30 minutes of not even a hello, I stand and begin to pace. Not only am I hungry, but we do (somewhat) have a singles schedule planned for the evening, and we wanted to be at our next stop by 9pm (it was 6pm by this point, but hey, things were not looking promising) we were going to need some form of attention. Finally, the server comes and takes our order. Four girls go for the cheese fondue followed by the chocolate, and one goes straight for an all chocolate dinner (I like her style, I just don't have the iron gut). Once that round comes, the 4 of us with cheese await our chocolate fondue dessert. Someone from the back comes out and tell us he is just going to take our lone chocolate diner friends fondue set, refill it and we can just share that even though we had ordered and paid for separate orders. So, a server whisks away her plates and leaves her there with her fondue fork in her hand with a lonely speared grape looking for its chocolate bath. Now, this would not have been such a faux pas, had our chocolate diner friend indulged in dinner with us, but to have her only course ripped from the table, topped up and served to all of us was just disturbing. I mean, because it was supposed to be hers and hers alone, there was quite the little double dip fest going on in there. Either way, here's the run down. The fondue was decent...but so is velveeta...and I at least I would haven't to share the block. NEXT.

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