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devon1975CloverdaleSince October 27, 20093 Reviews
Average Rating
3 (2.9)
  • Food3 (3)
  • Service3 (3)
  • Value3 (3)
  • Ambiance2.5 (2.7)


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Waka Sushi Japanese Restaurant20090 91A Avenue, #C101, Langley
Only if you have no other option in the area
Submitted Tuesday, October 27, 2009 - 3:56pm [Dine in]

On our way to the theatre, we were hankering for some sushi. We generally do this at our place in Langley, but Waka was adjacent to Silver City. We thought a few rolls would tide us over until we could get to our popcorn.

We waited some time for our menus. And when they did arrive, we were hard pressed to find something suitable for the dinner. There was a dinner box that interested us both, however, it was called "Ladies Dinner Box". My boyfriend was NOT wanting to order this. There is no real indication as to the name of the plate. So I ordered that box, while he ordered the beef teriyaki, and we would share as we normally do.

The agedashi tofu had the dancing benito flakes on top, which was a rare treat. The gyoza was incredibly greasy, and inedible. The beef teriyaki was gristly and was served over partially cooked bean sprouts. Overall, I would have to give the food a 'meh'.

The waitress was not very attentive, and in a restaurant with only 15 or so tables, one would think they could handle the traffic. Microwaves beeped beside us, giving me the uncomfortable feeling that our food was not entirely fresh. I would like to give the establishment another try, and order something different, but after we had to stand in line in order to get the cheque, and waiting even longer to pay, I don't know if we won't just go to East Side Mario's for a salad next time.

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Seh-Mi Japanese Restaurant20151 Fraser Hwy, #115, Langley
Best Sushi in Langley
Submitted Tuesday, October 27, 2009 - 3:32pm [Dine in]

Since firing "Village Sushi" in Cloverdale from my weekly haunts, I was asked by a friend to join her at the 56th Avenue location. It was fine, but I wasn't blown away. The sashimi was served in blocks, as opposed to fine slices of fish. This was unappetizing. I was however, introduced to a quality serving of agedashi tofu, and remembered this dish for some time.

Since then, Sehmi has moved to a larger location, in a nicer area of Langley. There, you can have 4 large rolls, miso soup, agedashi tofu and tea for under $20. And that will heartily feed a couple. The Tokyo Roll - salmon, yam tempura, tuna served on chili sauce and sesame oil - is one of our favorites. The Gyoza is also spectacular, and have tried the shrimp gyoza as well. California rolls are tasty, and not too wet with mayo. All dishes taste fresh. Our new favorite is the tempura appetizer, with 3 prawns, 4 veggies, and 2 generous pieces of halibut. The tempura batter was light and flavorful.

We love the gratis tea and miso soup, and the lovely little waitress who works there. The wait staff are always ready to refill your cup of tea, and remember my boyfriend and I on our weekly trips. Fantastic sushi.

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Village Sushi18690 Fraser Highway, #312, Surrey
OK...if you can't find anything else...
Submitted Tuesday, October 27, 2009 - 3:18pm [Dine in]

I started my most recent Japanese food obsession here, and would consistently order the beef teriyaki dinner. It came with some tempura shrimp, california rolls, miso, and rice. But I found that even as take-out, the dinner was more expensive when compared to older, more experienced restaurants in the area. The owners came to know my husband by name, but that couldn't make up for 'ok' quality and high prices. I like to get tasty sushi, with a varied menu, for a reasonable price. I have since changed my weekly visit to another sushi restaurant in Langley. And I don't miss Village Sushi at all.

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