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CollageVancouverSince March 4, 20077 Reviews
Average Rating
3 (3.1)
  • Food3.5 (3.3)
  • Service3 (2.9)
  • Value4 (4)
  • Ambiance3.5 (3.3)

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Displaying 1 - 7 of 7 Reviews Found
Tandoori Palace1439 Commercial Drive, Vancouver
Great Food
Submitted Monday, March 23, 2009 - 10:51pm [Dine in]

This restaurant is a great little hole in the wall. The naan is truly the best I've ever had- huge portion, fresh, and hot. I usually get the excellent mutter paneer (peas and cheese). It's a large portion, very tasty, not too spicy. It's great. Quite a few veggie options, including a good daal.

It's a small space with only about 5 tables, and as others have mentioned, the decor is awful. Service is pretty much counter service only, and you serve yourself water, but the food makes it all worth it. Recommended!

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Jules Casual French Bistro216 Abbott Street, Vancouver
Cool place
Submitted Sunday, June 10, 2007 - 12:24am [Dine in]

Jules Bistro is a nice little jewel in Gastown. The food was good, had gaspatcho and Nicoise salad and both were very nicely made, the salad extremely fresh with top quality ingredients. We were a large party, and the service managed to be very attentive, cheerful, and quick. The bistro itself is fashionable with clean lines- very pleasant to be there. I felt 'cool.'

My only complaint is that in the online menu there is a single vegetarian option (Vegetarian Shepherds Pie), but the restaurant no longer serves it and wasn't willing to make me something without meat, so I was stuck with only appetizers. It's really important to update online info, especially if it involves the availability of meals for a restricted diet.

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Amorosa Pasta House7874 Edmonds St., Burnaby
Good pasta, but a bit of a warning...
Submitted Saturday, March 3, 2007 - 10:09pm [Dine in]

I love the cozy interior of Amarosa, with their orange walls, hanging garlic, and canned veggies for decoration. The place is always packed so reservations are a good idea. Service is friendly and knowledgeable. The food is good: I love the cheese tortellini with the 4 cheese sauce. It's really tasty and creamy. The large size lets you eat a full meal in the restaurant and take another full meal home for tomorrow. I also like the location of the restaurant- way down at the end of Edmonds street, an area that badly needed some ambiance in it's midst. My warning about Amarosa is that one time I opened my take out container after getting home and found a big metal fibre from a sink scrubber sticking out of a tortellino. Eek! That's why I'm rating the food a 3 instead of a 4.

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Saffron Indian Cuisine4300 Kingsway, #5, Burnaby
Good food, bad service
Submitted Saturday, March 3, 2007 - 9:44pm [Dine in]

We often go to Saffron for the daily brunch and quite enjoy the food. It's not the best Indian in town, but still tasty and usually well made. The kitchen staff occasionally have an off day, but not too many. The buffet and menu both have a lot of excellent vegetarian dishes; the mutter paneer is a favorite. I find the all you can eat buffet for $10.95 a good deal. My biggest complaint is that the service sucks! Probably 60% of the times we go for the buffet they never get around to bringing us our naan, or bring it after we've finished eating, never come back after seating you so you can't order drinks or ask for more water, and don't bring the bill so you end up just hang out by the cash register til someone notices you.

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Myles of Beans7010 Kingsway, Burnaby
Warm and Inviting
Submitted Saturday, March 3, 2007 - 9:34pm [Dine in]

Myles of Beans has a very warm and friendly environment. Toys for kids and board games for adults are provided, as well as frequent live music- which is the highlight. Unfortunately the drinks are pretty standard, and desserts sometimes taste freezer burned, but the ambiance makes up for it in my opinion. It's so much more welcoming than the overflowing Starbucks across the street, the staff and patrons are friendly, and there's a lot of room to sit outside in summer (or winter if you're brave enough). Really nice little neighbourhood cafe.

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Salt Tasting Room45 Blood Alley, Vancouver
pretty good
Submitted Saturday, March 3, 2007 - 9:22pm [Dine in]

I like Salt. It was a unique experience in an interesting room, in a scary back alley (but that adds to the charm). We had the staff pick our cheeses, condiments and wine. The cheese was fabulous, as were the condiments, and the two matched very well- loved the grainy Guiness mustard. The wine was good, but didn't match the food as far as I could tell. Service a bit slow, room a bit loud, and too pricey considering you should probably eat a small meal before going, but as an experience, I really enjoyed it.

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La Cucina del Diavolo1701 Powell St., #109, Vancouver
fabulous sandwiches
Submitted Saturday, March 3, 2007 - 9:14pm [Dine in]

I've been to La Cucina del Diavolo many times and it's always great. It's a cute little cafe serving soups, sandwiches and a few other dishes with an Italian twist. The ingredients are top of the line, the bread is really good, and sandwich ingredient combinations are unique and very tasty. They also have really good coffee, the best espresso in town, and amazing desserts. The only things not so great are the hours and location.

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