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dreiphysVancouver (downtown)Since December 12, 20093 Reviews
Average Rating
3.5 (3.3)
  • Food3.5 (3.7)
  • Service3.5 (3.3)
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White Spot5880 No. 3 Road, Richmond
Canned strawberries???
Submitted Saturday, April 3, 2010 - 7:33pm [Dine in]

"They don't make 'em like they used to." Whoever said that could have been talking about some of the food served here. The Nat Bailey's Big Breakfast hasn't changed much and is still pretty much the same. So are the egg benedicts and the Sunny Starts. The coffee is same too. But when a person orders waffles with strawberries and is served canned strawberries, what?!?!?! Strawberries are on sale at local markets for $5.00 for 2 boxes all the time. And that's the price everyday customers pay. I'm sure a restaurant would get a better rate. So how does one explain canned strawberries???? I agree with the reviewer who said Nat Bailey would not be proud.

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Glowbal Grill and Satay Bar1079 Mainland Street, Vancouver
Let's brunch!
Submitted Saturday, April 3, 2010 - 7:20pm [Dine in]

I love breakfast food, like so many out there. The problem is, where do you go to get good quality breakfast food that is not so fast--as in fast food--and won't cause you to break out from all the grease? The quest always continues, but until someone takes me to that breakfast heaven or I find it myself, Glowbal is a good place to rely on. I had the smoked salmon benny and my friend had the mushroom frittata. My eggs were poached just right, the hollandaise wasn't too overpowering, and the smoked salmon made it feel light. It came with a light salad and some roasted potatoes with herbs. It was filling, but not heavy. We also had a mimosa each. It was a sweet way to start off a Sunday when the thought of having to go back to work the next day loomed over us like the grey rain clouds that morning. The dining room is comfortable and the colours are warm. It was very busy--seemed like a gathering of "who's who", but that comes with the territory.

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Steveston Pizza Co.3400 Moncton Street, #100, Richmond
Orange Crush
Submitted Friday, December 11, 2009 - 8:20pm [Dine in]

In this crazy season of Christmas when you're just dying to go on vacation to reverse the damage done by the stresses of this most wonderful time of year and the cold, lift up your spirits by ordering an Orange pizza from this little place in the middle of nowhere.

I just received their new menu in the mail and was hoping that there would be some new items to tantalize my tastebuds. My hopes were rewarded with the new "Shades" section on the menu where the pizzas are the colour opposites to the pizzas in the "Colours" section. As I read the descriptions, the Orange pizza caught my eye: honey-glazed yams, pineappple, spinach, feta and saffron cream sauce. I marveled at the idea of yams and saffron on pizza, but was hesitant about the combo of the sweet ingredients with feta which I normally associate with Greek Salad. My curiosity won over my doubt and I am happy to say that I would have been a fool if I'd turned this pizza down.

Have you ever had that feeling of utter bliss? It's starts inside, like deep down in your soul and gradually works its way up until you feel yourself smiling and a laugh of pure joy escapes you? Crazy, I am not for saying that that is exactly what happened when I tasted this pizza! It lives up to its name; orange is the colour of fun, delight, happiness, high spirits and enthusiasm. This pizza makes you feel that way.

So if you're feeling like you need a pick-me-up, treat yourself to an Orange. For vegetarians or veggie lovers, this will definitely please. Even for those who are more inclined to eat meat, this pizza fills you up.

I've got a little Orange crush!

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