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eileenfOlympia, WashingtonSince June 25, 20144 Reviews
Average Rating
4 (4.2)
  • Food4.5 (4.3)
  • Service4.5 (4.3)
  • Value4.5 (4.3)
  • Ambiance4 (4)

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Wallflower, The2420 Main Street, Vancouver
Cool and hip
Submitted Thursday, August 7, 2014 - 7:36am [Dine in]

The Wallflower is quite a unique restaurant because it has such an artsy, hip look. The little details make the place fun (coffee is served in random mugs). They also play very good music (it is LOUD, but to be expected from the dark look of the restaurant). As for the food, it is a delight. The pesto chicken wrap with fries was absolutely tasty and not greasy. The spinach salad was also highly enjoyable; it came with yummy goat cheese and tofu.

I am not vegan but it was a nice surprise to see so many vegan dishes on the menu, so if you are vegan, this is definitely the place to come to. One thing you should take a note of is that they only accept cash or credit, not debit. Kind of weird.

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Handi4432 Dunbar Street, Vancouver
Lovely food!
Submitted Tuesday, July 15, 2014 - 9:32am [Dine in]

Lovely Indian restaurant in Vancouver. I was looking at options for ethnic food and I friend of mine who stays in Vancouver recommended me this one.

When I first arrived (without making a reservation), there was a lot of people in the restaurant. It was a Sunday night, so it was understandable. Plus, I had already come all the way here, and with the aromas coming out of the kitchen, there was no way I was going to leave without having a taste of their food.

I skipped the appetizers and went straight to the main courses. I wanted to go for something light, as Indian food can be a bit heavy, so I asked for the aloo gobi and rice. It was simply delicious. I finished off my meal with some wine and was good to go.

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Belgian Fries1885 Commercial Drive, Vancouver
The poutine was a miss!
Submitted Friday, July 11, 2014 - 2:50pm [Dine in]

I am a poutine fan. I love poutine and decided to try out this place based on a friend’s recommendation. Either she has a really different concept of what poutine is supposed to look and taste like or the cook was just having a bad day, but the poutine was highly disappointing.

The gravy did not taste good and did not even melt the cheese. It needed to be more hot. As for the fries, they tasted kind of old, soggy, and were not crispy. And to top it all off, the portions were are large, so finishing it became a daunting task.

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Cafe de l'Orangerie1320 West 73rd Avenue, Vancouver
Sweet visit
Submitted Wednesday, June 25, 2014 - 12:28pm [Dine in]

Absolutely loved the creamy tomato spaghetti, it is such a charming, appetizing dish. The homemade croquettes were also wonderful. After having such a delightful meal, the fondan chocolate was simply the great 'cherry on top!' Don’t mind the wait (I had to wait nearly 20 minutes), because it is worth it, sweet and good. As for the service, it was pretty good too. The staff was cheerful and friendly. This is a very interesting restaurant/cafe because it is a fusion of Japanese with Western food. The locale is small but comfy, and finding a space to park space can be a bit difficult. I will surely go eat at Cafe de l'Orangerie when I'm in Vancouver.

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