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dummeowVancouverSince January 4, 20104 Reviews
Average Rating
3 (3.1)
  • Food3.5 (3.5)
  • Service2.5 (2.5)
  • Value3 (3)
  • Ambiance3.5 (3.3)

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Tea Team Bubble Tea4909 Kingsway, Burnaby
Seafood Kimchi Hotpot with NO Bean thread
Submitted Thursday, August 19, 2010 - 2:07pm [Dine in]

I went here with my fiance to try out the food. I ordered the seafood kimchi hot pot and realized it arrived with no bean thread noodles. The menu clearly stated in both words and picture that there was. They returned the dish with bean thread noodles but they were undercooked. I ate it anyway. And get this, the seafood kimchi hot pot only had one mussel in it. There was barely any seafood in the dish.

The service was poor because right after we were seated we were not offered tea or menus until about 20 minutes later. Overall the ambience is the only good thing about this place. My fiance's deep fried crispy chicken dish wasn't great either. The washroom also had no toilet paper.

Have not gone back ever since but good place to sit around if you're that bored. Heard the drinks were decent.

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Sasaya Bistro7538 Royal Oak Avenue, Burnaby
Best Seafood Kimchi Hotpot
Submitted Sunday, April 11, 2010 - 10:57pm [Dine in]

This has got to be the best seafood kimchi hotpot I've ever tried - and I've tried probably around three places in Vancouver. I love their flavoring. It's kind of sweet and mixed with spicy. Mild spicy can be requested. The hotpot comes with squid, tofu, egg, kimchi, bean thread, prawns (yes more than one!), and marinated pork. I think that's everything. It may or may not be authentic but it's really good. I wouldn't go for their appetizers though their yam fries are alright if you're into yam fries with an asian twist. They use a different kind of seasoning that's kind of sweet tasting. Must try! Decent price for what you get!

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Anducci's6011 Hastings St., Burnaby
Good Pasta They Have Gluten Free!
Submitted Sunday, January 3, 2010 - 7:43pm [Dine in]

For a bit of a health freak like myself, this place is great cause they have gluten free pasta. It tastes pretty good and I ordered it with the white wine olive oil sauce.

The ambiance was alright, wish the place was bigger and had more seating/tables.

The pasta portions were quite a good size for a large. I had left overs for the next day.

The service was good even though we went on a busy night (New Year's Eve). The waitresses made sure we were taken care of, occasionally came over to check up on us, refills, etc. We were seated within 5 minutes. Although it was probably easier for us to get seats since it's table for two.

Food came a little bit later but not that late considering it's a busy time of year.

I would go back to try another sauce to go with my gluten free pasta!

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Reef, The1018 Commercial Drive, Vancouver
Love their fresh baked yam fries
Submitted Sunday, January 3, 2010 - 7:29pm [Dine in]

This place has got to have the best yam fries. They come in big strips and they don't seem to be covered in batter because they're baked not fried. The dip is really good too.

I like the Thyme Coconut Chicken. it's really good. Their Jerk Wings are also really fresh. Overall their chicken dishes taste really fresh and if you go for dinner, they give you a nice little dinner roll that has a nice crispy texture to it. Probably cause it's deepfried but it's different than the usual dinner rolls you get at restaurants.

I think they're burgers are made fresh too. My fiance liked his chicken burger a lot. Love the ambiance on Commercial Dr. more than the Main one. Probably ate at Reef like 4 times now ever since I tried it.

Service is alright but could be better. They're usually not that busy at Commercial location.

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