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eatgoodlangleySince January 23, 200712 Reviews
Average Rating
4 (3.9)
  • Food4 (4.2)
  • Service4.5 (4.3)
  • Value4 (4)
  • Ambiance3.5 (3.3)

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Hungry Chef Eatery, The140 Lillooet Avenue, Chilliwack
Quality Food, Great Patio
Submitted Sunday, June 3, 2012 - 8:56pm [Dine in]

The Hungry Chef Eatery has quickly established itself as one of the favorite spots in Harrison Hot Springs among locals and tourists alike. The owner/chef does most of his food fresh from scratch. Excellent burgers. The last pizza I tasted this good was in Italy. The dough and bread for burger buns are all baked fresh in house. The flavour and food is very fresh. Authentic aged balsamic vinegar is used on the house salad. I mean the real stuff, not the brown vinegar you get at the grocery store. The food is good here. The prices are very reasonable. We've eaten here 4 times over the past 2 weeks. Terrific gourmet burgers and pizza. Well worth the visit.

The whole front wall of the restaurant is a huge folding door which opens up to the patio. The whole restaurant has a feel like your on the patio. The interior looks great against the mountain backdrop of the area. Exposed wood beams on the ceiling with a fireplace set against a modern stone wall. It's only one street off the beachfront in a quiet location near the Hot Springs Resort and Spa... that said everything in HHS is only few minutes walk.

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Ultimate Seafood Junkies7280 200th Street, #5, Langley
Favorite Fish & Chips
Submitted Tuesday, May 4, 2010 - 3:13pm [Dine in]

This place has been open for a few years now. My wife and I have their fish and chips regularly, which come in either cod, halibut, or salmon. I really like the cod, my wife loves the halibut b/c it is a firmer fish. It's cooked fresh right in front of you. But what makes the fish & chips so good is the batter. We've tried fish & chips many places in the Lower Mainland, but this is our favorite. It's what we compare others to. The fries are home cut, but unlike NY Fries, they would need to be double fried to get them as crispy as I'd like.

What really keeps us coming back is the service. The owner is very personable and knows all of his customers. Their seafood counter is smaller compared with other fish shops, but it suffices. Usually carrying halibut, salmon, and a variety of ready to cook fish prepared with rubs & spices. They also have mussels, clams, and fresh shellfish. On occasion the mussels haven't always been great, but a week ago I bought some and they were very fresh.

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Euphoria Chocolates9103 Glover Rd., Langley
Coffee and Chocolate
Submitted Saturday, December 19, 2009 - 1:18pm [Dine in]

This is primarily a chocolate shop, but they serve great coffee and lattes. Their lattes are as good as you'll find anywhere and in Langley they are the best. Very smooth, without the bitterness of Starbucks. Their chocolates are the finest Belgian truffles. It's worth going to Fort Langley, just for their coffee. There isn't a lot of space to sit, a few plastic chairs and tables, but for a great cup of joe, this is the spot.

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Bishop's Restaurant2183 West 4th Avenue, Vancouver
As Good as Advertised
Submitted Sunday, December 6, 2009 - 11:32pm [Dine in]

I just had a great first experience at Bishop's. Went with some friends to celebrate the holidays on a Sun. night. We got there at 6pm and it was steady all night, about 3/4 full. My first impression was that it would be pretentious, but that was not the case at all. The service may have been some of the best I've ever had. When I asked where the washroom was a server took me there. They took there time with us and they were very attentive. The bread with star anise was terrific, so was the french toast starter!! I had scallops as a main and others had the lamb loin. My friends said the lamb was cooked superbly. The scallops were prepared well, though I prefer them to be less seared. The food quality does not disappoint and the service is top notch. They have an extensive wine menu and serve some pretty good scotch.
The prices for the mains are in the mid to high $30 range, but the overall experience makes it worth it. The clientele seems to be mainly 50+ or at least on this night... our party was 30something. The ambiance is more suited to an older crowd and certainly doesn't have the energy or buzz of a place like Chambar, but for a special occasion and a quieter evening, it is well worth it. I can see why Bishop's has there reputation and why it is considered a salient feature of Vancouver's gastronomic landscape.

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Tracy Cakes9090 Glover Road, Langley
best cupcakes
Submitted Friday, April 17, 2009 - 6:42pm [Dine in]

My wife thinks Cupcake serves the best cupcakes, but I think Tracycakes takes the (cup)cake. They have a really good variety of cupcakes and other baking. However for the true Tracycakes experience, there is nothing sweeter than their High tea. It made by reservation, but to share with with a friend or 2 is really nice. Their Fort Langley location is found in a character home. During the summer it is nice to eat out on one of the tables on the lawn. It is kind of tiny inside and can seem cramped, but it is the cupcakes and tea which make this place special. The service is also really warm and friendly. The servers are always smiling and passionate about what they do. It seems like a fun place to work. It is always a treat to go there. I've been there a lot and it hasn't lost its excitement or charm despite my familiarity with it.

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Seasonal Experience, The20226 Fraser Highway, #118, Langley
a gem in langley
Submitted Friday, April 17, 2009 - 6:28pm [Dine in]

It's a tiny place along Fraser Hwy, but it sure delivers big on food quality. It is a nice treat to have a place like this in Langley. The food is just like anything you'd expect to find in Vancouver. Just as the name of the place indicates the menu actually follows the seasons. You're not going to get the same thing you had last fall or winter this spring. It is really an unexpected restaurant given the area its in. It might be nicer if they had a better location, but overall it really is a gem in Langley.

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Refuel Restaurant1944 West 4th Ave, Vancouver
good food, better service
Submitted Friday, April 17, 2009 - 6:21pm [Dine in]

Tried Fuel for the first time on Easter weekend. For an appetizer I had Cures Charcuterie, which is similar to anything you might find at Salt. If you enjoy this kind of thing you'll really enjoy it... I did. For the main I had venison shoulder. It was a prepared well and very flavorful. The presentation of each plate is as a high quality as you'd expect. The ambiance is pretty simple, nothing unique. This seems to be the trend for the last few years in a lot of places, but given the cost of design and materials, it is probably a more pragmatic decision than a stylistic one. The service was excellent. Our server was very friendly and helpful. He took time to explain to us the questions we had. He was very friendly and seemed to really enjoy is work. If there was a reason I would go back it would be b/c of the service we experienced, but there are other places which are doing the same thing as Fuel in terms of food. If you haven't been, it's worth checking it out.

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Burgoo3096 Main Street, Vancouver
nice and comfortable
Submitted Tuesday, December 9, 2008 - 7:42pm [Dine in]

There's nothing like comfort food on a dreary Vancouver day. A friend and i stopped in for lunch at about noon. the place quickly filled up for the lunch rush. the atmosphere is great, quaint and rustic.
I ordered the mac & cheese and my friend ordered the seasonal hungarian stew, with a side of biscuits. Both dishes had a homemade taste and feel to them. The biscuits were as good as any I have had, definetly made fresh.
For destert, the sticky toffee pudding. Very sweet and rich, but to share it is just right. I had 3 cups of coffee with my meal and the refills were free. Terrific!! The food is really good and so is the service. Burgoo is a place I could eat at often. There is a nice selection, but it is not overwhelming. this is a place I would recommend to my friends. It's about the food and the service, both are really nice.

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Chambar568 Beatty Street, Vancouver
Very Consistent
Submitted Tuesday, June 24, 2008 - 2:50pm [Dine in]

My wife and I moved to the lower mainlaind a couple of years ago. We were excited about the prospect of trying a new dining experience a month. We've eaten at some great places, but keep coming back to Chambar b/c we know what to expect of the food and service. The mussels are a particluar favorite of mine and great to share, I like all three offerings. Their selection of Trappiste beer is top notch. It may seem silly to pay 10+ dollars for a glass of beer, but what a wonderful accompaniment to any meal. My favorite is the WESTMALLE TRIPEL. It is the fact that they have a unique and inspiring selection of brew compared to most places. The deserts are also very well done. I honestly have yet to get better anywhere else. My wife loves the belge waffle, though they do refresh the menu so dishes come and go. I like them all. The atmosphere is always buzzing and it makes it a fun place to be. If your wanting a quiet evening to chat, it will be difficult to find it here. The last word is about Chambar's service; Warm, professional, friendly. Whether we've spent a little or a lot, the service has remained consistent.

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Delilah's1789 Comox Street, Vancouver
Delivers on Reputation
Submitted Tuesday, June 24, 2008 - 2:22pm [Dine in]

It was our first time at Delilah's for a friend's birthday celebration. We were served by two terrific gentleman who were very knowledgeable and passionate about their food. These guys are professionals. They were not afraid to offer advice and opinion on what to eat and drink. Everyone in our party of 9 was really satisfied with our meal. It was a busy Saturday night and the evening was actually warm... the atmosphere was alive and very friendly. We felt very welcome and enjoyed ourselves immensely. Certainly the company your with makes a good portion of the dining experience, but good food always helps.

I had the 2 course of risotto with braised rabbit appetizer and for the main I enjoyed the fussili in lobster cream and assorted seafood. This was one of the dishes recommended by our waiter and it was very flavourful. I typically do not order pasta when I eat out b/c I feel I can make fresher and just as tasty at home. The sound of lobster cream really got me though. There was also a generous portion of assorted seafood. Usually I feel disappointed b/c most restaurants go light on the seafood in this kind of a dish, but not Delilah's. Actually I ate all of the fussili first because the lobster cream was so good and had shrimp and scallops at the end.

An 18% gratuity was automatically added to our bill b/c our table was more than 8 people. It made dividing payment relatively easy. Yes, we'll be back with friends again.

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Le Crocodile909 Burrard Street, #100, Vancouver
quite good
Submitted Friday, March 9, 2007 - 4:45pm [Dine in]

Our first, and surely not the last, experience at le Crocodile was really good. The service was superb. Out server was charming and very knowledgeable. From the moment we walked in we were greeted with courtesy and felt welcome. The restaurant was packed by 9pm on a Thursday night. People seemed to be really enjoying themselves. I enjoyed a main course of caribou in a pinot noir reduction prepared to a medium-rare. Attention to detail in both flavour and presentation seem to be the hallmark le Crocodile. For desert I shared crepes au chocolate. It was good, but by no means outstanding. Overall the food is very fresh and leaves your palate feeling clean and satisfied. The wine list definitely caters to a discerning taste and strong economy.

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FigMint Restaurant & Lounge500 West 12th Ave, Vancouver
quiet monday
Submitted Tuesday, February 20, 2007 - 9:36pm [Dine in]

Went on a Monday night at 5:30ish and the place was very quiet. Only 2 other tables the time we were there. Minimalist design - people are to create the atmosphere. It was nice to have the place pretty much to ourselves.
The food was wonderful! Appetizer- Gruyere souffle with roasted pear was a highlight to be sure! Maincourse- I had the gamehen-coq au vin and my wife had the lamb. Both were outstanding and interesting. Themes of green and mint are found throughout the meal including desert. We had the "chocolate tasting" and it was heavenly. I have a soft spot for European/French gastronomy and so this was a treat for the tastbuds. The food quality is what we had expected. The service was great, but we were the only people there so that is fine. When I had mentioned that we had been wanting to try Figmint for awhile, our server presented us with a 20 dollar gift card and welcomed us back.
Despite the construction on Cambie, Figmint is a solid dining experience.

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