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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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Vera's Burger Shack1935 Cornwall Ave, Vancouver
Getting Better
Submitted Thursday, May 15, 2008 - 9:53am [Dine in]

This place has improved over the past year and is a lot better than some of the other Vera's especially the Denman Street disaster. Two of us had the lamburger with mushrooms, shared a fries and with a drink each the bill came to $24! Kind of expensive but the food quality and service were more than acceptable. Th place was clean and the fries were fresh (not frozen). Seems like the management realise there are a lot of choices in Kits and once you've had a bad experience you are unlikely to return. I hope some of their other locations wake up too.

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La Tandoor Restaurant3651 Moncton St, #120, Richmond
Mediocre Indian Food
Submitted Friday, May 2, 2008 - 12:56am [Dine in]

Only two tables full on a Thursday night in Steveston and apart from the last reviewer I must agree with the others.....a very uninspiring restaurant. Small portions, butter chicken without hardly any chicken, 2 tvs with Bollywood playing during your meal, runny raita and a lazy waiter who spent more time sitting at the bar than looking after the few customers. Some of the food was OK but there are way better Indian restaurants a half hour away in North Delta or Surrey.

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Vina Vietnamese Cuisine851 Denman Street, Vancouver
Blah
Submitted Wednesday, April 30, 2008 - 5:21pm [Dine in]

Vina has been around forever yet the place is always two-thirds empty or worse. Went there this week for dinner by default (I had not been there for several years) because friends wanted to go. Same bland food, mediocre service (not a Vietnamese server in sight), same artificial flowers in the window, same Western music. Not a good dining experience!

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Motomachi Shokudo740 Denman Street, Vancouver
Hole in the Wall
Submitted Tuesday, April 22, 2008 - 9:51am [Dine in]

This place is small.....very small. I am not an expert on ramen dishes but the bowl of spicy ramen with chicken at $9.65 seemed overpriced and nothing to write home about. The broth was certainly spicy and the noodles soft and tasty but the pieces of chicken breast were rubbery and hard to find. Most diners seemed to enjoy eating in tight quarters and the atmosphere was lively.

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Big River Brewing Company14200 Entertainment Blvd., #180, Richmond
Average pub food
Submitted Monday, April 14, 2008 - 5:41pm [Dine in]

On a Saturday night before a movie at Silvercity this place is somewhat reliable and affordable. One of the daily specials was a Beef Souvlaki ($11), the beef was rather bland and tough and the pita burnt but the Greek salad and Tzaziki were both OK.(Difficult to screw those two up) The Portobello Mushroom Burger ($9) was deemed good but the garlic fries had lumps of minced garlic sprinkled over them and way too powerful. I think everyone in the movie theatre noticed it. The beer brewed on the premises and the fact the only competition is the Spaghetti Factory keeps this place going.

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Empire Chinese Cuisine8251 Alexandra Road, Richmond
Quality Chinese Food and Service
Submitted Monday, April 14, 2008 - 5:24pm [Dine in]

This was a hit or miss visit as we were in Richmond and looking for a busy parking lot (the secret to a popular restaurant) From the moment we walked in to the time left we were treated well and as the only non-Asians in the restaurant we were certainly not ignored or treated with indifference as is sometimes the case. The food quality was far higher than your average Chinese restaurant and worth the higher prices. The Sauteed Chicken with Ginger and Pineapple ($14.80) was exceptional with large slices of ginger giving the dish a highly flavouful outcome. We also tried the Black Cod in Black Bean sauce ($16.80) that melted in your mouth. Steamed rice at $1.00/person was more than reasonable. No wonder the parking lot was full. Will be back!

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FigMint Restaurant & Lounge500 West 12th Ave, Vancouver
Cambie Street Survivor
Submitted Monday, April 7, 2008 - 10:31am [Dine in]

Lunch at the Figmint was excellent, the food was well presented and innovative. The ploughman's lunch $16) was very different to an English pub.....unusual cheeses and sliced meats with amazing home made pickles and beets, even a quail's egg. The Mushroom, Leek and Parmesan Quiche with salad ($15) was also very tasty. A little pricey but worth it, at least they survived the worst of the Canada Line construction. There is complimentary parking for restaurant patrons, I wished they had told us that when we reserved. The ambiance is comfortable but the high ceilings still give you the feeling of the former hotel coffee shop. The service was friendly but on the slow side. Go for the food, however, and you won't be disapponted.

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Avenue Grill, The2114 W 41st Avenue, Vancouver
Kerrisdale home cooking
Submitted Monday, March 31, 2008 - 7:52pm [Dine in]

What I liked about lunch at the Avenue Grill was the choice of about 10 specials (not counting the regular menu) which indicates a chef with a knack of buying locally and wisely. I had the breaded oysters with ceasar salad ($11.95) which were four of the sweetest freshed oysters I've had for ages, the manager told us they were just bought that morning. My friends had the prime rib burger ($10.95) and the soup and salad special ($9.95) which were both well presented and tasty. The seating is a little crowded but it had a feeling of a small Paris old fashioned bistro. Will be back for dinner!

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Maguro Sushi5241 Ladner Trunk Rd, Delta
Consistently good
Submitted Saturday, March 29, 2008 - 8:41pm [Dine in]

This is the best sushi restaurant in Ladner/Tsawwassen by a long way and better and cheaper than most in Vancouver. The sushi/sashimi is always fresh and made to order and there is usually a wait for a table but never too long. The Lovers Boat and Bridge are two assorted meals you can share. Innovative chefs and if you want to try something different sit at the counter and ask them to make you something they recommend. Please don't all rush out here at once!

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Nando's Chicken11380 Steveston Hwy, Richmond
Needs some life
Submitted Thursday, March 20, 2008 - 5:42pm [Dine in]

Nando's has a reputation for good chicken but our experience was one of mediocrity......I could easily have poured some hot sauce over a piece if chicken at home and it would have tasted better. Sorry, but when you eat out, even at $25 for 2 people, you expect something a little bit better. This was almost in the Macdonalds/Wendys league, places you eat at as a last resort. Someone needs to try a little harder.

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Nikkyu3302 Main Street, Vancouver
Good Value Sushi
Submitted Thursday, March 20, 2008 - 5:33pm [Dine in]

Driving up Main Street and sushi searching we wandered into Nikkyu. The menu was varied with some out of the ordinary selections, Very reasonably priced...my luncheon special had miso soup, 3 large pieces of tuna sashimi, salad, black cod and scallops in terriyaki sauce with rice ($9.25). Service was pleasant and the meal better than many other more expensive sushi ones I've had lately. Will be back!

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Downtown Sushi Bar Japanese Restaurant1205 Davie Street, Vancouver
Lets be realistic
Submitted Friday, March 14, 2008 - 5:13pm [Dine in]

Why are people comparing this sushi restaurant with another 2 blocks down the street? It might not be the best sushi in town but the prices at Downtown are excellent and the food is freshly made to order. As far as service goes our server was exceptional, welcomed me back (I hadn't been there for over 6 months) and very professional throughout the meal. I like their daily specials and lunch boxes. Maybe for $7 a person my expectations are more realistic than others.

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Mehfil9570 120 St., Surrey
A poor Indian experience
Submitted Monday, February 25, 2008 - 5:07pm [Dine in]

If this place was in Delhi or any other large Indian city it would not make the grade. The place looked dirty and at 12.30PM only a handful of tables were occupied. The buffet was cheap but the food miserable, not quite sure the goat curry had goat in it, the butter chicken was ordinary and the other items unappetizing. Opposite this restaurant is Mirch Marsala, one of the best Indian restaurants in the Vancouver area, save up your craving for curry and go there.

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Milestone's Grill & Bar1210 Denman Street, Vancouver
Enjoyable lunch
Submitted Monday, February 25, 2008 - 4:38pm [Dine in]

This is such a great location and the recent makeover has really helped. Very stylish and comfortable, the interior is a delight to dine in...and the summer will mean the patio will be in full use. The menu is huge...took 5 minutes just to read it. I had the Prime Rib hash ($12.95), slow roasted thinly sliced prime rib tossed with crispy potatoes, bell peppers, sweet onion and roasted corn topped with two poached eggs, hollandaise, fresh fruit and grilled herb toast. It needed a little more spice (a few drops of tabasco did the trick) but was a tasty dish. Most Milestones food is reliable and my friends all had burgers and sandwiches they enjoyed. I liked the way they had pepper mills on every table. The service a bit on the slow side and our waiter could have been less flamboyant...however, can't complain, an enjoyable meal.

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Miko Sushi Japanese Restaurant1335 Robson Street, Vancouver
Great lunch boxes
Submitted Sunday, February 17, 2008 - 1:06am [Dine in]

Last year I was at Miko and Mats Naslund was there with his family, it's popular with other sports players as their autographs are on the walls. Went again this week, no hockey stars but their Sashimi lunchbox at $11 is good value considering the location and quality of the meal; miso soup, 4 pieces of sashimi, california rolls, sunomono salad and fried seafood very nicely presented. I have been there for dinner and it's pricey but for a good lunch on Robson this place stands out. Tables are close to each other but the staff are friendly and efficient.

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Go-Go Sushi4855 Delta Street, Delta
Solid take-out
Submitted Wednesday, February 13, 2008 - 11:33pm [Dine in]

Been here a few times and never been disappointed. A must for fresh take-out sushi if you live in Tsawwassen or Ladner. Very busy so call ahead. Scallop rolls and Dynamite rolls both excellent and the tempura not too greasy and good value at $5.95. Staff are friendly and efficient. Not a dine-in place but great for take-out.

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Real1795 Pendrell Street, Vancouver
Somewhere new in the West End
Submitted Tuesday, February 12, 2008 - 12:57pm [Dine in]

Just off Denman Street is a neat little Chinese restaurant that quietly opened a few weeks ago. Went there for lunch and had to go back and try them again for dinner. Both were good, lunches come with a Dim Sum appy, main course and dessert for $8.95 - $10.95. Service a little on the slow side but the food was fresh and tasty. Dinner was even better, three of us shared Black Bean Chow Mein ($7.95), Zesty Eggplant ($8.95) and Tangy Lemon Chicken ($8.95) We all agreed the sauces were excellent (no MSG). Our server was great, always smiling and checking on us and didn't mind us giving her a hard time as she had to charge us $1.00 each for green tea. As a restaurant at this location has changed hands so many times in the past few years I hope this one lasts. Its decor is fresh and clean and the food above average.

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Saint Germain Bakery1184 Denman Street, Vancouver
Guava Mousse Cake.......amazing!
Submitted Monday, February 11, 2008 - 3:25pm [Dine in]

In need of a dessert to take home went into this squeaky clean bakery and chose the Guava Mousse Cake with a poached pear and chocolate topping. It was their special of the day and at $15 excellent value. It was enough for 8 people and everyone loved it. Very light and delicate. Will be back!

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New management
Metro Restaurant200 Burrard Street, Vancouver
Nothing too special
Submitted Sunday, February 3, 2008 - 9:55pm [Dine in]

The service was the best thing about our DOV meal. Very attentive and professional servers but they spent quite a bit of time telling us to come back and try their normal menu. The problem with the DOV meal was it was like a tasting menu coming from a factory line rather than a high class kitchen. At the end of two weeks I am sure good chefs get fed up turning out the same food every night but the food was warm instead of hot with very small portions. We loved the china, wine glasses and the knives that stood blade upwards. Overall a good experience but next year I think they should concentrate on serving a proper meal if they are going to satisfy the $35/meal non-business crowd.

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O Thai Cuisine Restaurant1626 West Broadway, Vancouver
Satisfying Thai Food
Submitted Friday, February 1, 2008 - 9:40pm [Dine in]

Been meaning to try O Thai for a while so went their for lunch and was very impressed. A varied menu with the usual Thai offerings plus some innovative items. There was soup or salad to start with every entree, the salad was fresh with a lovely satay dressing. We had Pad Thai and a spicy chicken curry both of which were beautifully presented and very tasty. The dining room could do with livening up but the food makes this restaurant well worth a visit.

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