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eatingoutagainFairview, VancouverSince October 23, 20076 Reviews
Average Rating
3.5 (3.6)
  • Food4 (3.8)
  • Service3.5 (3.5)
  • Value3.5 (3.7)
  • Ambiance3.5 (3.7)

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Connor Butler2145 Granville St, Vancouver
Exceptional Service and So Many Extras
Submitted Sunday, November 9, 2008 - 6:49pm [Dine in]

A great intimate birthday dinner for two. Upon seating Connor himself served us an amuse bouche platter 2 each of smoked salmon and creme fresh on cracker, pumpkin beer battered shrimp, anchovie and blackberry and herbed goat cheese and tomato. This was followed by a second amuse bouche of shrimp ceviche. We shared two soup appetizers - onion soup and lobster bisque both great options followed by our entrees pork t-bone and scallops and halibut cheeks. Dessert was hazelnut and chocolate with mini meringues - amazing. Two complementary glasses of port (because we were celebrating my birthday) came with our final plate of house made truffles and fudge, also complimentary. The service was outstanding and all the 'free extras' made up for the high prices on the menu (entrees $40 and up). A great experience and we'd love to go back.

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Sanafir1026 Granville Street, Vancouver
Ultra hip and cool
Submitted Tuesday, August 26, 2008 - 10:47pm [Dine in]

You must try this tapas style asian fusion restaurant. It's in a grotty block of Granville but once inside you'll forget where you are as you are transported to a funky hip vibe with cool music, a trendy crowd and a Bollywood flick playing on a giant wall behind the bar. We sat at the bar, tried the chicken, vegetarian, side of naan and a desert trio recommended by our server. All were outstanding and thoroughly enjoyable. The champange cocktail was a great touch too.

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Crave3941 Main St., Vancouver
Pleasant Surprise
Submitted Thursday, June 19, 2008 - 9:08pm [Dine in]

Just driving down Main looking for a place to go for dinner and found Crave. Small, trendy place, food was excellent. We decided to share the veggie burger and they brought it already divided on two plates (nice touch). We also had the cobb salad - more than enough food for 2. Will definitely return, perhaps when the patio in the back is open on a warm summer day.

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Ocean 6 Seventeen617 Stamps Landing, Vancouver
Mother's Day Brunch
Submitted Sunday, May 11, 2008 - 10:16pm [Dine in]

Food was excellent - we had a combination of brunch/lunch menu items. The potatoes that accompany the omeletes were outstanding, crispy and with a little grilled onions - excellent. Delicious scones served while we waited for our meal with a hint of lemon zest. Strangely on Mother's day they had several empty tables.

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Maurya Indian Cuisine1643 W Broadway, Vancouver
Valentine's Dinner
Submitted Sunday, February 17, 2008 - 12:08pm [Dine in]

Our second visit - last time we were the only table in the restaurant, this time the place was full for Valentines. We were disappointed at first to be handed a $50/person set menu but when we asked for the regular menu, they obliged. The naan is possibly the best I've ever had with a crispy underside. Butter chicken was as good as you would expect. Also had an appetizer that was similar to pakora, was okay. Halibut Masalla was good but not great. A must have is the Mango Martini (also called Mango Madness) but it's a little pricey at $9.95.

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Hiroshi's Sushi Creations3720 Oak Street, Vancouver
Unique Sushi
Submitted Tuesday, October 23, 2007 - 10:35am [Dine in]

It's so hard to find a unique sushi place in Vancouver - this one gives its best shot at it. I loved the creation rolls - tried the tuna, mayo roll, it was awesome with just a hint of ginger. My second favourite was the energy roll (tuna, pumpkin with garlic lime sauce). Also tried the tropical roll (salmon & avocado w/mango sauce) but didn't like it as much.

The restaurant is small but definitely reminded me of something you'd see in Japan. Too bad they are only open M-F 'til 8.

The one thing I didn't like was they only have green tea by the tea bag - in my opinion, all good sushi restaurants should have brewed tea served throughout. Regardless I will definitely be going back to try some of the other creation rolls

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