Submitted Monday, July 25, 2005 - 6:08pm [Dine in]
It was our first time at this very stylish asian tapas restaurant in East Vancouver. The service is one of the best we have ever experienced. we highly recommend the Lychee Mojito for a cocktail, very yummy....the food was unique, the desserts were very good also, we would recommend the spicy chocolate molten cake....so very spicy and chocolately! we would go back for the desserts and cocktails alone!!!
Submitted Thursday, July 14, 2005 - 6:34pm [Dine in]
We came here on a early sunday afternoon (i think we were the only ones there) The place looks great and comfortable. we sat near the open kitchen with our 20 month old daughter. The Bartender/Waiter was very nice and accommadating with our daughter, bringing her crayons and some colouring pages. The food was fantastic! I highly recommend the cheddar and beer soup! great flavour and not greasy like most cheese soups (how did they do that?) also we ordered the calamari which was fried perfectly, very, very tender. things may be different when the place is busy in the eveinings, but I wanted to share a very great experience at this place.
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Submitted Thursday, July 14, 2005 - 6:08pm [Dine in]
We only come here when we crave for the bread! one of the best sourdough bread with the yummy whipped butter and garlic butter. the menu is always reliably the same, it's good sometimes to know what to expect. Service is friendly and seating is comfy. Just a good place to go for BREAD!
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Submitted Thursday, July 14, 2005 - 5:53pm [Dine in]
I have had dim-sum and dinner here a couple of times at both locations in Richmond and in Vancouver. The food has been consistant at each location so far. the dim-sum is very unique and not greasy as regular dim-sum. dinner is also very good with a great variety of choices. They have a wide variety of meat 'alternative' dishes (looks, smells and tastes like meat, but all made with soy, mushrooms and veggies) In some dishes, you would swear your were eating meat! I would recommend to try the ginger rice (nice and salty/gingery with bits of crunchy gai-lan mixed in the rice), the deep fried taro (although is a bit bland, stilll very good, too bad they don't have worchestire sauce) and another deep fried goodie is the enoki mushroom and seaweed wrap. We keep ordering the same dishes (as that is what we are craving) but seeing what other tables order, it all looks and smells GREAT! even if you're not vegetarian (like my husband) you will not miss the meat.
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