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chopshopVancouverSince April 6, 20066 Reviews
Average Rating
3.5 (3.5)
  • Food3.5 (3.5)
  • Service3.5 (3.3)
  • Value3.5 (3.5)
  • Ambiance3 (3)

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Sumo Sushi20531 Douglas Crescent, Langley
crazy prices
Submitted Friday, December 5, 2008 - 11:34am [Dine in]

WOW! It's like we slipped back to the late 80's... the prices are outrageously cheap! How can he survive with the way of the economy? Just a note to nurse jackie and not that it mattes but the owner is not Japanese... he is actually Korean. But who cares? As long as he knows what he is doing and the food is of good value, that's all that really matters. Kampai!

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I Love Sushi127 East 3rd Street, North Vancouver
shark fin?
Submitted Thursday, November 27, 2008 - 6:19pm [Dine in]

this is for the reviewer below me. I am in no way defending this restaurant for its practices and will not go back again in the near future But I just want to say, I too am a believer in the oceanfriendly program but reality check... it will take some time for sushi bars to conform to that ideal. Purchase prices are sky rocketing and surviving our current economic situation is making it difficult for smaller businesses to change their habits right now. On the so called shark fin. Was it a salad? if it was, I'll let you in on it... that shark fin is imitation shark fin. it is made from a starch like ingredient you would find in the noodles in your suomono salad. And the rest of it is jelly fish.
cheers.

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Fuji Sushi526B Clarke Rd, Coquitlam
Unlike any other!
Submitted Saturday, April 26, 2008 - 3:50pm [Dine in]

It's obvious with the comment below that your people wouldn't know authentic sushi if it kicked you in the mouth. The name is "Fuji Sushi". Emphasis on the Sushi. Did you look in their display case ? Did you see all the exotic fish you won't find in such abundance anywhere else? You're not another roll monkey are ya? All Japanese restuarants are good at one thing. Maybe it's the tempura, the teriyaki, or even just the goma-ae. They are not good at everything for one reason; it's impossible. There are no all-in-one restaurants in Japan. The cuisines are all separated,
with each having their respective masters at the helm. Fuji has a seasoned sushi master and for that reason I only eat at Fuji for the sushi. The rice has the perfect balance of rice vinegar, sugar, and salt. The fish is fresh because they're busy (if they're busy, there cannot be old fish). The exotics are flown in twice a week for your tasting pleasure. If you truly want an experience, beat the rush, sit at the bar and talk to the chefs. Learn something instead of just stuffing your face. You will gain an appreciation for the art and history of Sushi.

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Insadong Korean Restaurant403 North Road, #301, Coquitlam
Very good Korean BBQ
Submitted Saturday, March 15, 2008 - 2:42pm [Dine in]

I just have to say, this is a great place to get together with friends and family for a good meal. I have some..let's just say traditional Korean chefs in my family and they enjoy the food immensely. If they say it's good then it's good. For those of you not in the know, use the push bell for service. It is very common in large Korean establishments. Just a small note for sage mom...get out into the world and absorb some culture! Read about another nationality before venturing outside your regular comfort criteria. Try cooking it yourself...it's fun.
I gave ambiance 3 stars because I come here for the food not the decor. For tastey protein I come here. Nuff said.

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Hayashi Sushi78 10th St, #106, New Westminster
to epicurious
Submitted Tuesday, November 7, 2006 - 2:33pm [Dine in]

The menu is generic and the taste is satisfactory. I can think of many other places to go for good sushi.
This next note is for epicurious...The staff and chef are Korean not Japanese. We just all look the same. lol.

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Cafelucia740 Denman Street, Vancouver
Italian cuisine with asian flare
Submitted Tuesday, April 18, 2006 - 12:24pm [Dine in]

I have been to Cafelucia a couple of times already and the food has always been tastey. I reaaaaaaaaally love the tiramisu. OMG it is the best. The cafe is simple in design...modern, and the music is lite jazz...I could sip coffee there all day. Too bad I have to work though. I recommend this place to everyone.

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