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darrenkadishBurnaby, B.C.Since November 30, 200646 Reviews
Average Rating
2.5 (2.6)
  • Food3 (2.8)
  • Service2.5 (2.6)
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Brokenrice Vietnamese Restaurant4088 Hastings Street, Burnaby
Never Again ...
Submitted Sunday, September 2, 2012 - 1:48pm [Take-out]

After waiting for what seemed like months for this place to open, we had high hopes for a great Vietnamese restaurant opening in the Heights.

As our usual Japanese restaurant is closed Sundays, we decided to give Brokenrice a try. We ordered two vermicelli dishes - one with lemongrass beef short ribs and the other with chicken and spring rolls, each dish was $8. The meat portions are very small compared to other Vietnamese restaurants. The chicken portion was so small that after 4 bites, the chicken was all gone. The spring rolls were not crispy and had a mushy consistency to them. The worst of the food was the lemongrass beef short ribs. They tasted sour ... almost like they were going bad. We both took two bites and spit the rest out and didn`t consume anymore. Left overs from previous nights? Or just not fresh product being made to order? Whatever it was, we will NEVER be going back to this restaurant again. There are so many Vietnamese restaurants out there that offer much better food for the same price.

Not recommended.

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King Mahal Restaurant4051 Hastings Street, Burnaby
Tasty Indian Food ...
Submitted Sunday, October 2, 2011 - 10:44pm [Take-out]

I have ordered take-out from this restaurant twice now and both times I have been quite happy with my order. The first time I ordered butter chicken (which comes with rice) and 4 orders of naan. The second time I ordered the lamb (which also comes with rice), but only ordered 2 orders of naan this time because 4 was way too much. Their sauces are so rich and delicious. You have a choice of ordering your food mild, medium or hot - I ordered my food medium ... and by the kick that I got from the medium, I will be sure to stay far, far away from the HOT version.

I only had about 4 pieces of chicken and saved all my stomach space for the naan ... dipping it into the butter chicken sauce - it was so good. The lamb was even better - so tender. The sauce was so aromatic and thick with spices. I stuffed myself silly dipping my naan into the sauce.

I felt bad that each time I went in to pick up my food, the restaurant was empty. They have only been open for a few months, so hopefully word will get around about their delicious food so that the next time I am in there, I won't be the only customer they are serving.

Each meal came to under $20 and I had left-overs for the next day, which is well worth it for me. They also have a lunch buffet for $9.99. I will have to give that a try if I am in the area for lunch.

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Nicli Antica Pizzeria62 East Cordova, Vancouver
Solid All Around ...
Submitted Wednesday, May 25, 2011 - 9:55pm [Dine in]

Met a couple of friends for lunch at this new pizzeria (we were told it had only been open for business for the past 6 months).

Their menu is very limited - just a handful of appetizers and pizzas - no pasta to be found here! So, the three of us decided to just pick three different kinds of pizza and share. We ordered the Margherita, the Prosciutto e Rucola and the Diavola. The Margherita and Diavola pizzas are basically the same pizza, except that the Diavola had pepperoni on it. The pizzas came out pretty quick and since they didn't come pre-sliced, we had to use some elbow grease to cut all three pizzas into 6 slices each. The pizzas were awesome! They were cooked perfectly ... not too burnt on the edges or too soggy in the centre. My favorite was definitely the Prosciutto e Rucola. The combination of the salty meat and the arugula on top made this my immediate favorite.

The service was very friendly and attentive (although it was to be expected as we were only 1 of 5 tables in the restaurant). After our lunch, the owner held the door open for us as we were leaving and thanked us for coming to his restaurant. We told him how much we enjoyed the atmosphere and the food. He told us to tell a friend.
We'll definitely tell more than a friend - we'll bring them back ... I am already craving the prosciutto pizza again ... maybe I'll make a stop there again next week.

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BiBo, The1835 West 4th Avenue, Vancouver
Owner Should Get Off His High-Horse ...
Submitted Monday, May 2, 2011 - 2:44pm [Dine in]

Our friends had reservations for this place and invited us to come along, so we willingly obliged. We found parking in the back of the restaurant and was told by the front staff that it was for staff parking, but if they needed us to move our car, they would let us know.

We ordered a carpaccio salad to start, together with a couple of bellinis. Just so you know, their bellinis are not the same as the kind you get at Cactus Club or Milestones ... you know, the slushy drinks? Bibo's bellinis are basically sparkling juice in a champagne flute with some alcohol ... disappointing. The carpaccio salad was very bland ... sliced carpaccio topped with shavings of cheese and topped with a bunch of greens. I'm not sure if they forgot the dressing or if it was suppose to be that bland ... but it was definitely nothing to write home about. Should have gotten the bocconcini and tomato salad ... that looked much better - at least it had dressing on it.

Our main meals were the basic spaghetti in a marinara sauce and a capricoso pizza. They were both mediocre - nothing special at all about them. We saw another table return their pizza to the kitchen to have the pizza cooked more. I guess they didn't think it was cooked enough. You should have seen the pizza cook's face - he was not happy! And then he proceeded to chuck the pizza back into the oven. If your customer wants a thoroughly cooked pizza - give it to them ... but do it with less attitude ... especially when the whole dining room can see your face.

Service: we needed to ask for our water glasses to be filled up twice and our server never came around to ask us how our meal were - I don't think they really cared. The restaurant was full-full-full, but the owner just sat around, drinking his wine and not helping out ... maybe pick up a water pitcher and fill up some water glasses???

Our bill for our two bellinis, carpaccio salad, pizza and spaghetti with tax and tip came to $85. Not too expensive for what we got, but definitely not warranting another visit.

When we went to our car, we noticed a jeep blocking us. We asked the cook to see if they could have the owner of the jeep move their car so that we could leave. Guess who comes out? The owner of the restaurant ... and he comes up to us with such attitude and asks ... "What?" ... so we ask him to move his car so that we could get out - obviously !! He then asks us "Why did you park there?" So we told him that his staff member said that it was okay for us to park there.

If you like a big helping of attitude with your meal, by all means come here ... but with service like this, I can't see them staying in business for long. There are so many other Italians restaurants out there that provide better food AND service ... try a few blocks down and up the street on Burrarrd ...

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Sushi Garden4269 Lougheed Hwy, Burnaby
There are better out there ...
Submitted Monday, February 8, 2010 - 8:38pm [Dine in]

Instead of going out to our usual sushi restaurant on Hastings (which will remain nameless, but we all know which one I am talking about), we decided to try Sushi Garden. We've never tried the one on Kingsway by Metrotown, but have heard good things about it, so now that they've opened one closer to us, we decided to give it a try.

We knew that this place was crazy busy, so we came for dinner at 5:00 pm. There were lots of seats around, so we sat closest to the door ... bad idea. If you want service, you need to sit right where the sushi bar is and where the waitresses congregate. I had to get up to get more salad dressing for my salad because we couldn`t get the attention of any of the service staff.

We ordered half orders of the salmon sashimi and spicy tuna sashimi, chicken kontatsu and agedash tofu. Compared to our usual sushi haunt, this place had smaller servings. The spicy tuna sashimi had way too much dressing all over the tuna, so we did not care for it at all. The tofu was what I would expect from a sushi place. The chicken kontatsu had a thick batter on it that I did not like at all. Tasted too heavy.

I would not say this place is bad, but this is the first and last time we will come here. We definitely like our usual sushi place on Hastings a lot better. And as for the review below ... that is absolutely not fair that a phone order takes priority over a customer waiting in the restaurant. If you are too busy to serve your waiting customers, then you are definitely too busy to answer the phone. And for that reason, I'll knock your service rating from mediocre down to poor.

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Seri Malaysia Restaurant2327 East Hastings Street, Vancouver
In need of a lot of help ...
Submitted Thursday, May 14, 2009 - 3:36pm [Dine in]

We were going to head over for some Vietnamese food, when we spotted this place across the street, so we thought we'd take a detour from our usual lunch spot.

We walked in to see that this place only had one person working (as both server and cook - not a good idea). There were tables dirty with dishes and we had to wait a good 10 minutes before our cook/server came out to take our order. I had initially wanted to order lamb curry and the roti, but was told that he did not have lamb because his supplier did not come with his order. He then went on to explain how he got mad at his supplier and they got into a fight ... did I really need to know about that? A simple "Sorry, we do not have lamb today ..." would have been sufficient. So, I just stuck to the roti and my lunch partner ordered the Mee Goreng noodles with chicken.

It didn't take the cook/server very long to whip up the two dishes. The Mee Goreng dish had some good flavors to it, albeit a bit too greasy for my liking. The roti was so greasy that when I picked a piece, I noticed that my fingers were glistening from all the oil. The roti here is nothing compared to the usual Malayasian restaurants that I frequent. The dip that came with the roti was nice, but a bit too watery for my lunch companion. I thought it had a nice flavor.

Anyway, lunch was $15.50 (plus tip). Can't say that I will come back to this restaurant again. Food was nothing special and the atmosphere was terrible. Kinda like a cafeteria (with all the dirty dishes laying around the tables) and no service whatsoever to speak of.

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Le Petit Saigon2783 E. Hastings St., Vancouver
Surprising ...
Submitted Wednesday, March 4, 2009 - 4:18pm [Dine in]

We decided to give this place another try since we heard that they changed owners. We weren't impressed with the place the last time that we went, but a few of my family members and friends have been saying that it's pretty good now.

We came here for lunch at had their grilled beef salad rolls to start (way better than the usual shrimp and ham salad rolls that we usually get). You can taste the BBQ flavor of the beef in the salad rolls. My lunch companion ordered the pho and requested the raw beef be put on the side instead of in the soup and we were promptly told that they could not do that. Fine - company policy is company policy, although all the other pho places that we go to never seem to have a problem with this. So my lunch companion quickly changed his mind and had the spring rolls and beef on vermicelli. I ordered the seafood egg noodles with the soup on the side. Everything was surprisingly good. I couldn't even finish my lunch because I was too full.

We also ordered a strawberry smoothy for a very reasonable $3, which caused my poor friend some severe brain freeze moments. But for $3, it was definitely worth it.

We'll definitely be back ...

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Marcello Pizzeria1404 Commercial, Vancouver
Yummy Pizza and Pasta ...
Submitted Sunday, November 16, 2008 - 12:58pm [Dine in]

Came here for dinner after deciding to pass on another restaurant on Commercial Drive (won't name names here). The room was larger than we thought (high ceilings) and a great open kitchen concept. We were greeted by a friendly, smiling face and seated right away.

We asked our server what she would suggest for pizza and pasta and she told us to get the creamy tomato sauce with mushrooms, capers and olives. For the pizza, we decided to make our own - so we had a medium pizza topped with prosciutto, mushrooms and green peppers. We also started with a Ceasar Salad.

The pizza was amazing! We thought that we'd have leftover pizza, but ended up having left over pasta. The pizza was too good to not finish. I love their thin crust and just coming out of the oven brick oven is the kicker - nice and hot! The pasta was yummy too - a great suggestion by the waitress (who was very attentive and friendly).

We'll definitely be back.

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Bravo Cucina1209 Lonsdale Ave., North Vancouver
Not what we expected ...
Submitted Sunday, July 27, 2008 - 12:51am [Dine in]

Went here for dinner on Friday night after a hard night of work for some great Italian food. The last time we were here, we enjoyed our dinner and the atmosphere. The ambiance hasn't changed - it's still really nice and cozy.

We ordered two separate salads - caesar and butter leaf lettuce. Both were good, but not remarkable.

Our mains were the special cannellonni and the linguine vongole (clams) in a white cream sauce. The cannellonni was good, but my dining partner didn't think it was THAT good ... the linguine vongole came in a watery soupy sauce. We asked the waiter for a side of white cream sauce and he told us that the kitchen would do it up for us with the linguine. Fine - we gave the dish back to him. A few minutes later, out came the dish with MORE watery soupy sauce. I guess we should have told him that we wanted the "white THICK cream sauce" or even told him that we wanted alfredo sauce. Anyway, we packed it to go as we couldn't eat it like that. We are going to make some sauce at home and have it the way we like (and expect it to be - thick, not watery and soupy). $70 for dinner was expensive considering nothing was outstanding and we were totally disappointed in our linguine.

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Samba Brazilian Steak House1122 Alberni Street, Vancouver
Meated Out ...
Submitted Wednesday, April 30, 2008 - 9:15pm [Dine in]

I went to Samba's for a friend's birthday dinner on Tuesday night. I went with a couple of meat eaters, so they had the buffet and all-you-can-eat meat special. I decided to order some calamari and a rack of lamb as I did not feel like going all out and stuffing myself with meat.

Samba's has about 10 - 12 meat options ranging from beef, chicken, pork, lamb, buffalo, veal, etc. The best of these items would have to be the lamb. The salad bar was nothing to write home about, but we did make a few trips up there to get some greek salad to make our meat feast feel a bit lighter in our stomaches.

My calamari was decent, but my rack of lamb was absolutely terrible. I believe it was a frozen product that they gave me, not fresh. And it lacked any kind of flavor. The meat being served on the all-you-can-eat option was much tastier. Although I enjoyed my pasta that my lamb was served on and my lychee cocktail ... there was nothing else that impressed me, so I won't be coming back to this restaurant again.

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Splitz Grill4242 Main Street, Vancouver
Expectations Too High ? ...
Submitted Tuesday, January 22, 2008 - 5:49pm [Dine in]

I haven't been to Splitz's Whistler location to compare against it's newest Vancouver location, but have heard great things about the Whistler location, so I thought I'd stop on in and try one of their burgers as I was in the area.

I ordered the regular cheeseburger combo (burger, fries and a pop), which worked out to $9.50 before taxes, which is pretty good as far as combos go. Unfortunately, when I went to get my burger (no table service), I was dismayed to see that the burgers are not made to order and that they had another 4 patties sitting, already made (mine being the 5th patty). When I opened up the wrapper, I knew that I was going to need a ton of napkins. It's a messy burger.

My first remark would be the bun - not good for such a messy burger - it practically melted into the meat and toppings. My second remark is the patty itself - way too salty (although I can see why some hungry Whistler skiiers might like it). Last remark is the fries - although they are homecut fries, they tasted oily (maybe they were also pre-made and sitting for the next order). Unfortunately, I would not venture back to this restaurant even though the $9.50 combo is a good deal, the food is not worth it. Burgers Etc. and Modern Burger have nothing to worry about ...

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Cheesecake Etc.2141 Granville, Vancouver
Romantic ...
Submitted Wednesday, December 26, 2007 - 12:20pm [Dine in]

There is a definite lack of nice, romantic spots to have a coffee and great dessert. The only one that I would spend time and my money at is Dairy Queen and this place. Dairy Queen doesn't have the romantic ambiance that Cheesecake Etc. has however ...

Being a chocolate lover, I B-lined directly to the chocolate cheesecake with whipped cream. What I like about their cheesecake is that it's not heavy like most cheesecakes. It's nice and light ... and I could possibly fit two servings if I didn't seem like a glutton to the waitress. I'm not too crazy for their drinks. I had a cinnamon-type drink and all I could taste was cinnamon. A bit too over-powering.

But for a nice, cozy, romantic place for some great cheesecake, this is the place to go. Especially if you are on a date!

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No. 1 Beef Noodle House4741 Willingdon Avenue, Burnaby
Most Friday Nights ...
Submitted Sunday, December 23, 2007 - 9:23pm [Dine in]

After getting off work late Friday nights (after 10 pm), we usually head off to this restaurant for a quick bite to eat.

This place is always packed when we come, but because there's only two of us, we usually can squeeze in without having to wait. The food here is good and inexpensive (two qualities that everybody looks for in a great restaurant). I'm always trying different dishes, with my dinner companion usually always sticking to the spicy beef brisket noodle soup.

My favorite dishes are the spicy egg plant, tofu skin with enoki mushrooms and the deep fried chicken wings. Each one of these dishes are anywhere from $6.95 - $7.95 - a great deal ... it's no wonder they are always so busy.

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Honolulu Cafe3340 Kingsway, #240, Vancouver
Late Night Snack ...
Submitted Sunday, December 23, 2007 - 9:14pm [Dine in]

Working late Friday and Saturday nights, it's always an issue trying to find a restaurant to go to and get a good late night snack. We were driving around wondering where to go and saw that Honolulu Cafe was open, so we pulled over and walked in. We were greeted promptly and asked to sit anywhere in the upper section.

Their menu is extensive, so we just picked what looked familiar (or at least appetizing)... which ended up being the fried beef with rice noodle and deep fried chicken fillet with a spicy, spaghetti sauce-type topping over rice. We were also given a complimentary drink with our dinner, so we ordered a coke an iced coffee. They were pretty good sized drinks for complimentary drinks.

I was not expecting much, but was very pleasantly surprised with both dishes. They both had very good flavor. The fried beef with rice noodle was fried up well in that the soy sauce covered all the noodles and the beef was not overdone. The chicken was a very, very pleasant surprise as well. The spaghetti sauce was yummy and the chicken grilled to perfection. I know this place is a hit or miss because the last time we came here, it wasn't nearly as good, but good value for your money when you consider the size of the dishes and the free drinks. So, since we went here on a Saturday night ... we'll come back on another Saturday night. Hopefully the cook that worked that night works every Saturday night. No more surprises.

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Sun Sui Wah Seafood Restaurant3888 Main Street, Vancouver
Memories ...
Submitted Sunday, December 23, 2007 - 9:00pm [Dine in]

We picked this restaurant (instead of a Greek restaurant) to have our Christmas dinner at. I'm now regretting the choice ...

We made reservations for 8:00 pm for 8 people (8 for 8 - lucky Chinese numbers right?) ... well, we didn't feel lucky that night. The hostess said that we were scheduled for 6:00 pm (soooo not true), but they had a table ready for us anyway. We ordered the set menu that serves 10 people, but they must have adjusted the food quantity for the 8 of us because if the servings were for 10 people, then it must have been for 10 people that had already eaten dinner. I was not impressed by the quantity of the food and even more disappointed by the quality of the food (except for their squab, which they are renowned for). But the rest of the food was no better than any other Chinese restaurant, except for the price!! $600 (this includes the set menu, 8 beers and 3 pitchers of Coca Cola and tip). Imagine how much Greek food and drinks I could have had with that money. So disappointing. I won't be coming back here again.

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Kintaro Ramen788 Denman Street, Vancouver
Awesome noodles...
Submitted Monday, September 10, 2007 - 5:43pm [Dine in]

Okay, okay ... so this place definitely isn't the cleanest of places (definitely needs a good cleaning and a fresh coat of paint). But if you can get past the exterior and get right down to the nitty-gritty (the food !!) then you'll discover this place is probably the best place for ramen noodles.

We went here last night at about 9:30 and had to wait about 15 minutes before being seated as it was packed. On the suggestion of a friend and our server, we had the Miso Ramen with medium broth and chose fatty pork (next time we'll do lean as it was REALLY fatty) and added corn to the soup. We also ordered some kim chee and gyoza. The kim chee was nice and fresh (and not too killer hot like some of those Korean BBQ places). The gyoza took forever to come (we were almost done our soup when they arrived), but they were good as well.

Overall, the food was definitely worth the drive from North Burnaby. It totally hit the spot. The only thing is waiting in line to get in. Not too sure I'd want to do that on a cold evening as there is nowhere to stand but outside of the restaurant.

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Coast1054 Alberni Street, Vancouver
I liked it ...
Submitted Monday, September 10, 2007 - 5:32pm [Dine in]

My friend took me to Coast for a belated birthday dinner. We sat at the "tasting table", where you get a variety of different tasting dishes that the chef conjures up. Our chef and server were very attentive (as they should have been as we were the only two people at the tasting table). Nonetheless, they were very friendly and we had a good time.

The food was solid, nothing outstanding came to mind after having the 4 different tasting dishes (tomato & scallop noodle consume, beef, salmon, Alaskan king crab and dessert). The molten lava chocolate cake was not molten at all - it was just cake (so disappointing ...), but that didn't dampen the rest of the meal. What I must say is that the food is very original in that they use things I've never heard of or never thought of eating (eg. pine mushrooms - growns on the sunny side of pine trees apparently). The chef himself went mushroom picking for them somewhere in B.C. "Squidding" was another item I've never heard of until eating at Coast. (That's the black ink that squids spew out). Wild!!! The tasting menu always changes every week, so I'd call first to see what their menu is that week before venturing.

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Steamworks Brewing Company375 Water Street, Vancouver
Surprisingly Good ...
Submitted Sunday, July 1, 2007 - 5:03pm [Dine in]

It was a beautiful Canada Day and we thought we'd take a walk down and around Gastown. We made our way up to Steamworks and thought that it would be a great place to have lunch (in their patio, to watch all the tourists and locals go by).

We saw that they had a crab, spinach and cheese dip, but was told that the dish was not available until after lunch (darn!). We saw another table enjoying what looked like chicken pot pie and enquired if that was any good. Our server said that they only make 7 of those dishes a day and once they are out, they are out. Why would they only make 7 of them a day?? For such a busy restaurant, you'd think they'd make more. Anyway, since she put it that way, we ordered the chicken pot pie together with a Hawaiian pizza.

I normally don't give 4 or 5 stars for food rating unless the food is truly amazing, but I gave the 4 stars for the food because the chicken pot pie was THE BEST chicken pot pie I have ever eaten anywhere in my life. The crust was absolutely amazing and the chicken were huge cubes of breast-meat. The pizza was nice and tasty ... fresh ingredients on a thin crust (way better than thick).

Although our server was busy, she was very attentive and friendly. After reading some of the reviews below, I am pleasantly surprised that the food and service was good here because I was not expecting too much.

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Banana Leaf820 West Broadway, Vancouver
Did you forget something?
Submitted Friday, June 29, 2007 - 5:26pm [Dine in]

I haven't been to Banana Leaf in ages as I don't live in the neighbourhood, but I was visiting with my sister (who just moved into the neighbourhood), so we thought we'd catch a bite of dinner at their Broadway location.

We ordered a couple of fruity lychee drinks that were absent any visible pieces of lychee, but was refreshing (and minty!?!) at the same time. It was nice, but not at all what we had expected.

For dinner, we ordered roti, a mixed seafood platter and veggies with eggplant and okra. The roti was delicious, as usual. Nice and fluffy with a wonderful peanut-type dipping sauce. The seafood platter had nice flavors to it with lots of fish (cod I believe, possibly halibut), mussels, squid and prawns. The veggies were spicy, but good and flavorful. We did, however, notice that there was something distinctly missing from our veggie dish - the okra. As we had ordered this dish specifically for the okra component, we asked our waiter what had happened to it. He apologized and brought the dish back to the kitchen. He came back a few moments later with the dish with the okra in it this time. However, when we dove into the okra, we noticed that all they did was toss the okra in. It was flavorless. Because they didn't make the dish with the okra, it did not get a chance to soak in all the wonderful spices of the dish. It was quite disappointing. I would have hoped that they would have seasoned the okra before putting it back into our dish. Because of this, I only give the food a 3 star instead of 4.

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Insadong Korean Restaurant403 North Road, #301, Coquitlam
Totally satisfied my meat fix ...
Submitted Tuesday, June 26, 2007 - 8:45pm [Dine in]

I had a craving for meat last night. I was thinking about prime rib or rib eye steak, possibly at the Keg or something. But my better (and more brilliant) half suggested going to Insadong for my meat fix. What a great idea! We hadn't had Korean BBQ for ages! We've been to this place once before and remembered how awesome the food was, so we returned there again. We got there early - 5:30 pm and was quickly seated. We ordered the BBQ combo for 2, which included an insane amount of food.

- Beef Salad: one of the best beef salads I've ever had. The dressing was amazing
- Japche: Korean potato noodles (they forgot this dish and our two bowls of rice, but I hounded them until they brought it all out)
- Mini appetizers that included potatoes, cucumber, bean sprouts, kim chee (my favorite) and what I think was dikon (sp?)
- Spicy seafood and tofu soup
- All types of meat - rib eye, chicken, beef, pork
- and seafood - oysters, mussels and prawns

We were stuffed and had to take most of the meat and the japche home. The bill was $70 (tax & tip included) - a great deal we think for all the food that we ate. We'll definitely come back to this place once I feel another need for a meat fix. Be sure to come before the dinner rush because by the time we finished eating at 6:30, there was a line up out the door.

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