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ENZOtheDERTYrussianVancouver, West EndSince March 22, 20077 Reviews
Average Rating
4 (3.8)
  • Food4 (4)
  • Service3.5 (3.4)
  • Value3.5 (3.5)
  • Ambiance4 (3.9)

Reviews

Displaying 1 - 7 of 7 Reviews Found
Elements4359 Main St., #102B, Whistler
This really is great!
Submitted Sunday, October 4, 2009 - 6:03pm [Dine in]

Here's the only review you need to read! I'm 27 years old and my wife and I ate here over the weekend. I tell you my age because if you like trendy you'll like this place. It's got a very young feel to this place. It's definitely not a place where you bring your kids. I don't have any so it's not like I'm gonna make recommendations. It was a very quick walk from the Delta Hotel we stayed and it was a good thing. Drinks were very reasonably priced and we took full advantage! The food was amazing, (and also very well priced) we had Stuffed Mushrooms, we had the Grilled "Butler" Steak as well as the Ahi Tuna. The web site doesn't seem to be updated. I didn't see much of the same things at the restaurant as I did beforehand. Service was no problem, they were very tentative. Very friendly and he always seemed to be there when we needed him. We sat at the bar as the house was full yet our server was still all over the place. No complaints here!!! I am definitely gonna go back!!!! Thank you Elements!

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Cindy's Cafe1850 Marine Drive, West Vancouver
Not much to report..
Submitted Saturday, September 5, 2009 - 11:56am [Dine in]

My wife and I were looking for a place to enjoy a morning and enjoy brunch in an area we seldom visit. West Vancouver. I looked up places and thought I would give Cindy's a try. I'm not gonna say anything bad about this cozy little cafe but leave some time for your order to process so that you will have time to enjoy the food. I had a Daryls breakfast, your average western breakfast, sausage, eggs, hash browns (large ones at that) and toast. My wife had the seniors breakfast which explains a smaller version of the Daryl breakfast. We enjoyed the experience but it was very slow to reach the table. Not a particular busy day for them either. Those breakfasts were reasonably priced, it was everything else on the menu that might be a little over someones breakfast budget. There were alot of condiments on the table, we didn't have to ask for anything, that was nice and the server was very nice as well. If you have other choices or can't decide where to go for breakfast, give Cindy's a try. You'll need to take a walk around the beach after a Daryl's breakfast, its big.

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Chilli House Thai Bistro1018 Beach Avenue, Vancouver
Best Thai in Town
Submitted Saturday, September 1, 2007 - 12:25pm [Dine in]

I've always been a fan of this restaurant but I'm only now getting around to review it. My wife and I have been going here for a few years and the experience has never changed. The food is great! The menu is very detailed for those who have a problem with spice like myself. However don't be thrown by the name. This menu caters to everyone who genuinly likes Thai food. I highly recommend the pineapple fried rice, and the classic Pad Thai Pe Ses (New Edition) they are presented very well and have never changed. Consistensy is always there and that's what has kept us coming back, I guarantee you will not be dissapointed. Great service and great location!

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Al Porto Ristorante321 Water Street, Vancouver
Not truly authentic
Submitted Friday, March 23, 2007 - 6:38pm [Dine in]

This was one I needed to review. If you're looking for authentic Italian food this is not the one you will look for. The food had more of a French taste to it leading me to beleive we weren't eating at an italian restaurant as advertised. The atmosphere of the restaurant was very nice. Candle light dinner and a very comfortable feeling throughout dinner. We had a very friendly waiter with a sense of humour. Although it was a pleasant experience I left feeling hungry still. I believe we spent nearly $90 and I was still left waning more, even after dessert. Give it a try and please keep in mind you could do alot better than this place.

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Cho Sun Korean Restaurant3486 Kingsway St., Vancouver
A Great Find!!!
Submitted Friday, March 23, 2007 - 6:03pm [Dine in]

If you're looking for a fun way to eat out try this Korean BBQ!! My wife took me there for the first time a few days after getting married and we brought along her maid of honour before she went back to Japan. The owner was very friendly to us. He spoke fluent Japanese and when our server was unavailable he was right there to help us with anything we needed. The idea of barbqueing your order right at your table has always made for a fun night and I would recomend this to anyone!! Highly regarded is the Kimchi soup. I don't have a high tollerance for spice, this soup however was very tasty, the meat is marinated beautifully and I cant say enough good things about the food. Not a glamourous restaurant but you'll thank me for the review!

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Kadoya Japanese1063 Davie Street, Vancouver
Recomended Highly
Submitted Friday, March 23, 2007 - 5:50pm [Dine in]

There definately is alot of good things to say about Kadoya. This place has sooo much more than sushi however if raw fish or seaweed isn't your thing. I was told about Kadoya by friends and have sinse been there numerous times. As far as the poster who said "best sushi in BC", you had better eat out more because although good, nicely presented and well priced, it is far from best. The 3 things I just mentioned however make this hidden gem in the west end a definate must go to place if Japanese is what strikes your mood. The service however is pretty terrible. A dining room the size of my closet and eye contact is hard to make. Hands in the air screaming may be the only way to get through to the servers! Make sure the first time they visit your table you order EVERYTHING you want for the whole night!

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Marcello Pizzeria1404 Commercial, Vancouver
A pleasant experience
Submitted Thursday, March 22, 2007 - 3:50pm [Dine in]

For the most part the reviews for this restaurant describe the 'horrible' service. I don't know why everyone is hating on an exceptional place considering the area it's located in. Commercial Drive is far from glamourous, face it. My wife and I toured the drive one Saturday and stumbled upon Marcello's, a very appealing type of restaurant to both of us. We were promptly greeted at the door an immediately led to ur table right by the window. The food wasn't immediate as it would be expected on a Saturday afternoon, but it wasn't difficult to keep base with our server despite the restaurant nearing full capacity. We ordered a pitcher of Granville Island beer and the meat stuffed Calzone, with a large salad to share. A terrific meal, a terrific experience at a great price. $40 total and we were both stuffed. A 2 hour stay that felt like all day!! Congrats on a well rounded restaurant on an otherwise bleek stretch of road!

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