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bozleeTsawwassenSince March 11, 2007102 Reviews
Average Rating
3 (2.9)
  • Food3 (3)
  • Service3 (2.9)
  • Value3 (3)
  • Ambiance2.5 (2.7)

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Elephant & Castle3500 Cessna Drive, Richmond
Good and bad
Submitted Tuesday, January 20, 2009 - 10:01am [Dine in]

The good was that they let 11 of us come for a birthday party and eat from their DOV menu. Unlike some DOV restaurants we were not rushed in any way and for $18 the 3 course menu was OK, nothing special but my expectations were not too high.
The bad was the long waits for service, arrived at 7.00PM and left at 9.45PM. Had a young boy with us and we had to ask for soup crackers to keep him from fading away. Like, how long should it take for a soup or salad to come out of the kitchen? Not 45 mins.
The waiter was quick to bring us more drinks but slow with the food. When you get a tip based on the total price obviously its more profitable bringing drinks to a table than 11 food orders. (keeps management happy too)
If it hadn't been so foggy the view on the river would have been better. Might come back one day.

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Robb's Fish & Chips1127 56th street, Delta
If you like fish and chips.........
Submitted Thursday, January 8, 2009 - 2:38pm [Dine in]

Robb's have been around in Tsawwassen forever, almost like an institution, they have survived with a few changes of ownership. Fish and Chips are always better eaten at a restaurant as they get soggy quickly if wrapped or reheated. Five of us went to Robb's and ate their basic cod and chips (7.95) or halibut and chips ($9.95). The fish were crisp and good size portions and the chips excellent. Home-made coleslaw and tartar sauce were good also. Service was friendly and my only comment would be their hours of operation are very limited. If you want a late evening meal forget it. Well worth returning to in the hours they are open!

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Milestone's Grill and Bar5951 No. 3 Road, #200, Richmond
Very average
Submitted Tuesday, January 6, 2009 - 12:40am [Dine in]

Not a very pleasant dining experience. The whole place needs a facelift with new furniture for a start. Burgers were large but blah, yam fries just OK and service only passable. Unless they smarten up they'll be gone soon. There are too many other chains that are improving with the times, Cactus Club for example.

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Enigma4397 West 10th Ave., Vancouver
A difficult review!
Submitted Sunday, December 21, 2008 - 4:15pm [Dine in]

Four of us went on a Saturday night for dinner and were greeted by the owner and seated far away from the hockey game and live band (yes, both on at the same time), The giant TV hanging from the ceiling does face the bar but looks ugly from the restaurant. Even far away the band was loud but the music was OK. I agree with the last reviewer, the menu is gigantic and the soups/Guinness beef stew were tasty but only warm and on a snowy evening that's not on. To his credit our waiter comped us an amazing dessert, treacle pudding and ice cream. Calamari and mussels were good, this place is worth going back to but one of the golden rules of a small restaurant is....... don't complicate the menu, offer fewer choices and do them well!

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Cravings Restaurant + Lounge8808 Osler Street, Vancouver
Marpole has a decent restaurant!
Submitted Friday, December 19, 2008 - 3:58pm [Dine in]

Great place for lunch, good varied menu, reasonable and pleasant service. The day we went it was packed and the service a bit on the slow side but the food well presented and tasty. The seafood panini and ceasar salad was excellent value at $12. Hidden in a strip mall behing the Coast airport hotel at the foot of Oak St.

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Cafe Kathmandu2779 Commercial Drive, Vancouver
Lets support the little guy!
Submitted Wednesday, December 17, 2008 - 5:49pm [Dine in]

This restaurant is small, cosy and worth a visit. We went on a night they were having a Tibet evening with movie and talk. Food not exceptional but it was crowded and the owner did his best to accomodate everyone. The daal bhaat tarkaari ($15) was the most expensive item on the menu, veg or chicken or goat curry + daal + chutney and steamed rice. I agree with another review that the daal was bland. In Nepal it would have been a lot spicier. All in all these small ethnic restaurants run by hard-working owners bring life to our city and should be supported as much as possible.

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New management
Charthouse Restaurant3866 Bayview Street, #200, Richmond
Not worth returning
Submitted Monday, December 8, 2008 - 2:37pm [Dine in]

Not quite sure if the last two reviews (written on the same day) are reflective of the restaurant I just visited. The food was mediocre to say the least, at entree prices that go up to $35 you would expect better than frozen vegetables. The halibut crevette at $23.95 was overcooked and tasteless. The one roasted potato tasted like it was cooked the day before. The service was friendly but overpowering. On the positive side the company was great (an office Xmas party) the desserts passable and the beer cold. As far as being a tourist trap, as some reviewers suggest, I would have to agree. Steveston deserves better than this.

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O'Doul's Restaurant & Bar1300 Robson Street, Vancouver
Always reliable
Submitted Monday, December 8, 2008 - 2:20pm [Dine in]

O'Douls has been around for many, many years and is a reliable place to take visitors from out of town. One of the best breakfast diners in the city and located on the busiest shopping street it still is good value, even if it is a step up from your Hons and sushi establishments nearby.
A recent lunch backed up my belief that there are few places on Robson that can beat O"Douls for an upscale good value meal.

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Kisamos Greek Taverna3420 Moncton Street, Richmond
Good Greek food
Submitted Friday, November 28, 2008 - 10:57am [Dine in]

Not sure what people expect from a small diner tucked away in Steveston but I took my family there for a birthday meal and thought it was above average. The starters were the best, calamari and taramasalata with both white and brown warm pita. Yum!! Mains were average, the moussaka was good but the chicken dishes a bit rubbery and way too much rice. greek salad was good. Very poor selection of wines by the glass. Greek white wines are equivalent to high grade gas although slightly cheaper.
Stick to Heineken!

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Kibune Sushi1508 Yew Street, Vancouver
Nothing to write home about
Submitted Tuesday, September 16, 2008 - 3:51pm [Dine in]

Having driven across town to try a new sushi place that had been recommended this restaurant was a let down. Slow service, expensive (assorted sushi $15.95) and mediocre food and no high chair for our little one. They had nice booths but the ambience was spoilt by camping coolers and cluster...they definately have a storage problem as well as other problems. Won't be back.

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Raincity Grill1193 Denman Street, Vancouver
Great Fish & Chips!
Submitted Saturday, September 6, 2008 - 12:42am [Dine in]

All summer long the Raincity Grill has had a $10 Fish & Chips take-out special of 2 large pieces of fresh halibut, home cut fries, homemade coleslaw and tartar sauce plus a bottle of water for only $10. Eat on the beach at English Bay or in the park, one of the best deals in town, don't tell too many people or they might put up the price.

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Urban Fare305 Bute Street, Vancouver
Great value here
Submitted Saturday, September 6, 2008 - 12:36am [Dine in]

Stopped in for an early dinner and was amazed at the great selection of freshly cooked foods at reasonable prices. You can see what you are going to eat and it looks appetizing. Had the bacon wrapped meatloaf, greek salad and a juice for $11. Nice setting with a modern feel. After your meal you can shop in the supermarket. Will be back!

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Sakari Sushi1184 Denman Street, #202, Vancouver
Not bad
Submitted Saturday, September 6, 2008 - 12:29am [Dine in]

What a shame that Black Tuna closed.....this new sushi restaurant has now been open a few months, not as innovative as Black Tuna but there's a nice view all the same. Not sure what they need to fill the place, the food was passable, the service acceptable but with another 5 sushi restaurants on this street they will struggle to survive.

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Bistro Pastis2153 W. 4th Ave, Vancouver
Inspiring Lunch
Submitted Tuesday, August 26, 2008 - 9:38pm [Dine in]

My first time at Bistro Pastis was a lunch for two in a near empty restaurant. The meal was excellent and our server knew how to please these two customers. I think the owner, who was on the floor talking to his guests, should look at promoting the lunches. The image of an expensive French restaurant is not a good fit when two people can eat well for under $40, including tip.

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Atlantic Trap & Gill, The118 Robson St, Vancouver
Needs work!
Submitted Friday, July 25, 2008 - 12:04pm [Dine in]

This pub has a great location on busy Davie Street but is loud and not the place if you want to hear another person speak to you. The food was ordinary and took 45 minutes to arrive.....the bison ribs, coleslaw and fries for $12.99 was OK but 3 lukewarm ribs with not much sauce could have been better. The veggie burger was passable. With better management this place would be full every night.

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Tanpopo1122 Denman Street, Vancouver
Could be better
Submitted Thursday, July 10, 2008 - 2:14pm [Dine in]

Love the fact there is a deck on Denman Street and that's the best thing about Tanpopo. Its nice to sit out but the deck is dirty and crows are hanging around looking for scraps. The sushi is ordinary, they specialize in AYCE and at lunch at $11.95 it's affordable...at night it is expensive. The service is typical of AYCE restaurants, not very personalized and somewhat rushed. There's better sushi in the West End!

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Fountainhead Pub, The1025 Davie Street, Vancouver
Average Pub
Submitted Sunday, June 22, 2008 - 6:29pm [Dine in]

The Fountainhead could use some interior design changes....it has a good location on Davie/Burrard Streets but is kind of blah the moment you walk in. Lunch food was fine for a pub, salmon burger was quite good and the service was OK. Thats about all. Too many TVs. Needs some extra umph to bring it up a level.

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Fish on Rice1414 W. Broadway, Vancouver
Good meal but high chairs needed!
Submitted Tuesday, June 3, 2008 - 11:00am [Dine in]

Tried this new restaurant for the first time for a Saturday lunch. The AYCE menu ($11.95) is large but we just ate the sushi/sashimi. It was fresh and nicely presented and the servers were friendly which is rare in most similar joints (must I work here?). The meal was above average but we and several other families with infants were surprised there were no high chairs. Our server told me they were asked for them every day and the management had so far ignored the requests. Try eating sushi with a one year old on your lap! We were assured, however, that the next time we came there would be high chairs. We'll see.

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Marcello Pizzeria1404 Commercial, Vancouver
Great Lunch!
Submitted Thursday, May 29, 2008 - 5:53pm [Dine in]

Not quite sure about all the poor staff reviews....we were treated well, not exceptional but a lot better than some places on the Drive. It's the food at Marcello's that rarely disappoints. Two of us shared the homemede lasagne ($12.95) and chef's salad ($9.95). The lasagne was bubbling with cheese and tasted like it was just out of the oven and not made the day before. The salad was full of interesting items, artichokes being one of them and the portions were generous. The open kitchen gives this restaurant a pleasant feeling...certainly worth a visit when in the area.

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Maurya Indian Cuisine1643 W Broadway, Vancouver
Great for a catered party
Submitted Monday, May 26, 2008 - 2:53pm [Dine in]

Having eaten at Maurya several years ago I knew the food quality was excellent but having them cater a retirement party for 150 people at another location was a bit of a gamble. When we negotiated the meal to fit our budget both the owner (Maurya) and chef attended and were extremely helpful and accommodating. The food for the party itself was amazing; they brought a portable clay oven and made fresh naan on site. We asked for the food to be mild to medium in order not to upset anyone who did not like hot spicy food. There were countless compliments and I would not hesitate to use Maurya again for a similar function.

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