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dreamerwest vancouverSince November 4, 20076 Reviews
Average Rating
3 (3.2)
  • Food3.5 (3.5)
  • Service2.5 (2.7)
  • Value2.5 (2.5)
  • Ambiance4 (3.8)

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Fraiche2240 Chippendale Rd, #2, West Vancouver
Best view great food
Submitted Monday, August 10, 2009 - 1:29pm [Dine in]

I am a big fan of locally owned restaurants. I have been to Fraiche a few times twice for brunch once for dinner and have never been disappointed. The Chef/Owner Wayne is really passionate about his business, it shows in the space and the food.

This location replaced the previous Bread and Tulips. Took all the good stuff that was started there and put a real chefs touch on it.

The Ceasar Salad is delicious, subtle tastes delicious and not overpowering. Crabcakes are a favorite of mine and the crabcake Benny is outstanding.

The Rack of lamb for dinner was perfect, not overcooked and not bloody. Again the tastes are interesting and subtle. This is such a great place for a special night. The atmosphere is sophisticated, the view of Vancouver is unbelievable and the service and food are outstanding. Do yourself a favour, give it a try.

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Edge Cafe, The2450 Yukon St, Vancouver
My Favorite Spot
Submitted Monday, August 10, 2009 - 1:05pm [Dine in]

I work in the area and am a regular at the Edge Cafe. I think that they do what they do really well. I love the restaurant and find the staff friendly and helpful. I know them and they know me and I Iike that.

The menu is broad and the specials keep it new. The soups are all made in house by there own chefs and they are really varied and interesting, There is a coconut cream soup that I love, and they do a really good barley beef - whatever the daily specials are they are worth a look.

My favorite items in the morning are the breakfast wrap and the breakfast biscuit. I don't have time to sit down in the mornings so breakfast to go is my choice. The biscuit and wrap are so much better than the processed stuff from the big fast food guys.

The coffee is from 49th Parallel a local vancouver roaster and I think it is the best in the city. Amber the barista in the morning is really good she makes great lattes and she is really efficient and friendly.

Lunch is frequently quite busy, I think that sometimes they get a bit jammed up but it is worth a little wait. Really good panino's, turkey cranberry is my favorite, some interesting salads there is a fruit and feta cheese one that was a real surprise, the butter chicken is a regular dish that is delicious, the daily hot specials are always worth a look.

I love this place, it is really a great atmosphere, comfortable seats, modern decor, and when it is nice out two good patios. It is a far nicer atmosphere than you would expect for the food prices. I frequently bring people here for a business lunch. I am a big fan of independant restaurants, I hope The Edge is super successful.

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Whole Foods Market925 Main Street, West Vancouver
Overpriced
Submitted Saturday, August 8, 2009 - 1:14pm [Dine in]

Wow

I have not seen a salad/food bar since I went to a las vegas buffet. For pre-prepared food the price is ridiculous 2.19 a hundred grams equals $15 for lunch in a caferteria setting. I would be happy at half the price but this is a lot for average fair - self serve - in a low ambiance atmosphere.

For the price I will go to a restaurant and get fresh food.

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Solly's Bagelry368 West 7th Ave, Vancouver
Unpleasant
Submitted Tuesday, March 31, 2009 - 4:43pm [Dine in]

I went in for a quick snack and a coffee to go. Service was beyond slow and the attitude was ridiculous. The bagel I had was tough and tasteless, I really expected more from a deli that specialises in them. I think that I may have caught them at a bad time on a bad day, looking at the last couple of reviews maybe the staff are just sick of working there. Anyhow I won't be going back.

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Bread and Tulips2240 Chippendale Road, #2, West Vancouver
A New Find
Submitted Wednesday, November 14, 2007 - 9:55am [Dine in]

We live in west Vancouver and watched as the Bread & Tulips restaurant was being developed. Shortly after they opened my wife and I celebrated our anniversary with a wonderful meal in a fabulous new restaurant. the owner Ahmad, is a charming interesting man with a real pride and passion for his business. We have been telling everyone we know that this is a great place.

If you have a chance, give it a try, you won't be disappointed.

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Milestone's Grill and Bar1109 Hamilton Street, Vancouver
Disappointed but expecting improvement
Submitted Tuesday, November 13, 2007 - 4:20pm [Dine in]

I had a lunch at the newly renovated Milestones last week. The place looks great but clearly they are still not up to speed on service and the kitchen is slow, the food was not hot when it arrived and I ordered pasta so this should not be that big a challenge.

I found the staff to be unfocused and disinterested which is not the usual for this place. I have gone to the Yaletown location for a years and always been happy with the performance but clearly they have some rebuilding to do.

I will give them another try in the next few weeks.

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