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ericandkristineVancouverSince April 8, 200929 Reviews
Average Rating
3.5 (3.4)
  • Food4 (4)
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  • Value3.5 (3.4)
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Chambar568 Beatty Street, Vancouver
Overall, A Great Dining Experience
Submitted Monday, April 4, 2011 - 9:02pm [Dine in]

The two of us went here the day after Valentine's Day, and worried that it may still be busy, made reservations for 5:30pm. We got there early and waited outside. When 5:30 came we followed another couple into the restaurant and were greeted by a very frantic and rude hostess. She said "we're not open yet, you can have a seat over there". She was clearly not prepared to work yet (she wore jeans and a t-shirt) and was very rushed. She got someone else from behind the bar to offer us the menus and show us to our seats.

While the place was completely empty aside from the older couple who came in before us, we were offered really awkward seats right in front of the bar. The other couple (and a few others who came in after us) were offered more seats in the more private dining space in the back. Very odd. Perhaps they were hoping we would be the drinking type and would be ordering a few glasses from the bar. In any case, we asked to be seated in a more private location, and the same hostess begrudgingly took us towards the back of house.

Aside from this really weird bout of musical chairs, we were finally seated and thoroughly enjoyed the rest of the evening.

Food: We shared the poutine - delicious! blue cheese, balsamic vinaigrette on house-made fries. Very large portion- more than enough for 2 people to share.

Duck with gnocchi, goat cheese and scallions a- divine! the sauce was some sort of hazelnut emulsion - very good- imparts a nutty flavour that was both sweet and savoury. Meat was tender and juicy and went well with the cheese. My only complaint about this dish was that this dish had a rather overwhelming amount of scallions and only about 5 pieces of gnocchi.

Lamb shank with cous cous braised in honey and cinnamon - lamb was fall of the bone tender; cous cous though tasty on its own, got lost in the juices of the lamb. Overall a bit too sweet and an unbalanced dish. The portion size was very good though.

Espresso Cheesecake with chocolate mouse- beautifully presented, rich and decadent; the textures of the silky mousse with the crisp chocolate wafers, along with the cacao gelee and the cheesecake was a delight for the palate.

Pistachio cream in a pie crust, with white chocolate ganache, sour cherry compote and lemon buttermilk sorbet- OMG delicious! This was seriously the best dessert I have ever put in my mouth. And this is coming from a chocaholic. From the sweetness of the white chocolate and pistachio cream to the tartness of the lemon and cherry, to the crumbly yet buttery texture of the pastry crust, this was like a flavour explosion in my mouth! Do not let the complexity of the dessert stray you from this one. It was literally so delicious that I became self-aware that maybe I had devoured this dessert a little too fast.

Value: Excellent. Portions were enough to make you full but not so much that you feel sick afterwards. The quality of the ingredients really showed in all of the dishes we ordered. Everything was made fresh to order using obviously only the best ingredients.

Service: Aside from the rude hostess in the beginning, the service throughout was top notch. The man that served us was very polite (but not in a snobby way), witty and knowledgeable. He was very professional in that he was able to both connect with us as individuals (made us feel comfortable), as well as a customer (brought things out in a timely manner, and explained whatever you wanted to know).

Ambiance: honestly, a bit cramped. The tables are so close together that you can listen to your neighbour's convos without even trying. Very loud by the bar, but more private and romantic near the back. The dark room, the old brick walls and 'warehouse' type construction gives this place a fun sort of vibe.

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Banana Leaf820 West Broadway, Vancouver
Great Start to DOV - Food was Incredible
Submitted Wednesday, January 26, 2011 - 10:12pm [Dine in]

My fiancee and I went here to try out their Dine Out Vancouver Menu and we were not disappointed! For $28 a person we were able to try 9 courses. The food was as follows:

Appetizers
Papaya Salad - fresh, vibrant. It came with fried garlic pieces, crushed peanuts, pineapple, tomato, papaya, lettuce - it was sweet, spicy and tart. A perfect warm-up for your tastebuds.

Roti Canai (layered bread w/ curry dip) - light, and fluffy. It tasted almost like an Indian croissant (naan x croissant), it was flaky and slightly buttery. Delicious!

Chicken Satay x 2 - meat was tender, moist, and had just the right amount of spice. Very flavorful, and the peanut dipping sauce was very good as well (though could have used a tad bit more spice). My only complaint was that we only got one satay each (it was that good).

Spring Rolls (we substituted for spring rolls in place of the Mussels appie) - Your standard Thai style spring rolls, glass noodles with veggies. Very good, but not the best spring rolls we've had. The dipping sauce however was delicious. It was sweet and spicy like one would expect, but also vinegar-y and slightly salty.

Entrees
Rendang Beef - This dish was the star of the meal. Chunks of beef slowly cooked in coconut milk and spices until the meat is falling apart tender. Again, the only complaint is that we wanted more (it was plenty for 2 people, but again, it was that good).

Sambal Green Beans - Crunchy green beans with chunks of tomato and shrimp paste. My girlfriend really enjoyed this dish. Very strong flavour coming mostly from the shrimp paste. If you're unaccustomed to the taste of shrimp paste, this is probably not the dish for you. I liked it, but the overwhelmingly shrimp-y flavour got to me after a while (I like shrimp paste, but usually in small doses).

Scallops & Prawns in Gulai Sauce - Scallops and prawns with veggies in a thin curry like sauce. Very tasty, big prawns and lots of scallop.

Black Cod in Ginger Sauce - fluffy yet meaty, the skin was crispy and light -fried to perfection, it almost melted in your mouth, the sauce it came in was thick and sweet with a bite of ginger. This dish was very good, though it did still have a few bones in it.

Dessert
Pisang Goreng (deep fried banana w/ ice cream & peanuts) - delicious! just the right amount of light crispy batter, the cooked banana was very fluffy and light (not dense like banana can sometimes be) - just perfect with the creamy vanilla ice cream it came with.

Service: we had about 4 different people serve us. It wasn't distracting or annoying, just strange. They were all very nice and seemed to be genuinely happy/friendly throughout, except the lady who served us water (would it kill ya to crack a smile?)

Value: for $28/ per (DOV menu) and 9 courses, we were stuffed. Very good portions throughout without skimping on ingredients or quality.

Ambiance: Colourful! Tables were spaced well, there were Malaysian inspired artifacts throughout the multi-colored room, and the music was unobtrusive. Very nice, but not what one would consider fine dining.

Overall a great experience. I am so glad this place is participating in DOV, we were able to try so many things we wouldn't normally get, but we really enjoyed. Be sure to make a reservation though; we went on a Tuesday night at around 5:30pm and the place was already getting pretty full.

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Seasons in the ParkWest 33rd & Cambie, Vancouver
Very Good Food, Very Good Service, Excellent Views
Submitted Wednesday, January 5, 2011 - 9:12pm [Dine in]

My fiance and I went here for our anniversary last month and had an incredible evening.
Being so close to Christmas we knew an early reservation (5:30pm) ensured that we get a table by the window.

Food: We ordered the dungeness crab cake - delicious, moist & fluffy (not overcooked) on the inside with a nice crispy (thin) layer of panko breadcrumb on the outside

- mixed greens w/ almond, goat cheese and maple vinaigrette - fresh, well dressed, yet lacking in that extra 'oomph'

- duck two ways - duck confit: crispy skin that was fried to perfection - literally melted like butter in your mouth, meat was fall off the bone and moist; duck breast: nicely seasoned w/ hoisin sauce, cooked to a perfect medium rare, and so juicy; the accompanying sides- sauteed veggies:okay, could have been more exciting (a fresh slaw would have been better to counter the richness of the dish), and there were a few bitter pieces of veg, and the potato rosti: while tasty, crisp & fluffy, was a tad on the peppery side for me. Overall this dish was great, although rather rich.

- Braised lamb shank w/ garlic mashed potatoes and beet slaw (a special that evening)- lamb was nicely seasoned w/ rosemary and literally falling off the bone- the meat's flavour was brought out by the seasoning rather than masked, the richness of the meat with the mash potatoes and parsnip puree was nicely cut by the acidity of the slaw. Overall a very balanced dish.

- White Chocolate Cranberry Cheesecake (a special that evening): creamy and smooth, rich, not overly sweet, and had the right amount of tartness - goes great with tea

- Little Brownie Mountain: rich brownie with fresh whipped cream and vanilla ice cream, delicious (though the brownie got a little hard because of the ice cream. It would've been better if the brownie was warmer/hotter...so not sure if the brownie was freshly made)

Service: friendly, professional- made very good recommendations on the food and knew exactly what to do, and when to come over. She was personable - made good conversation/jokes that didn't feel too artificial. We stayed for 3 hours and had a 3 course meal and everything came out of the kitchen in good time. The busboys/water fillers were courteous as well, though quiet, they were polite. (*note: the waitstaff all appeared to be professionals. No fresh-out-of-high school kids serving you here)

They also put "Happy Anniversary" on marzipan on each of our desserts which was lovely- and they also took it off our bill - an unexpected and gracious move on their part.

Value: portions are great for the price. They use high quality cuts/meat here, and the chefs obviously know what they are doing.

Ambiance: beautiful, literally every seat in the entire dining room could see the view of the city. The room is large with big picture windows, the tables are a good size and comfortably spaced. The music was nice, mostly instrumental and not intrusive at all.

Overall an amazing and romantic evening out. Will definitely be going back.

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Go Fish1504 West 1st Ave., Vancouver
Best Place for Fish and Chips
Submitted Wednesday, September 15, 2010 - 10:57am [Dine in]

We went here over the summer and waited in line for a good 20 mins. We ordered 1pc halibut n chips, and fish tacos (with a mixture of salmon, halibut, and cod). After ordering it took another 40-45 minutes to get our food, and at this point, I was getting a bit annoyed- swearing to myself damn this better be good. When the food finally came, I was so annoyed because the food WAS WORTH THE WAIT. It was the best fish and chips I've ever had. The batter was so light, and not super greasy (like in most other fish n chips joints), the fish was cooked perfectly and their coleslaw was delicious! (I prefer my coleslaw to be lightly dressed which is exactly what they have here). The ambiance was great- can it get any better than an ocean view? Although the tiny shack that is 'GO FISH' was pretty crowded and noisy- so my suggestion would be to find yourself a spot on the sea wall.

The service was mediocre at best. The ladies were loud and and brash - which is to be expected I suppose from such a busy understaffed establishment. (They really should expand!)

The value was solid-- a little pricey compared to other places, but the food makes up for it for the most part.

Overall, a really great place to stop by if you're in the neighbourhood.

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Mali Thai2710 Main Street, Vancouver
Favourite Thai Place
Submitted Wednesday, September 15, 2010 - 10:44am [Delivery]

We found this gem on yummyweb and it has since become our favourite place to get some incredible Thai food. We've ordered:
- green curry and red curry - both with fresh and vibrant flavours (the red curry comes with pineapple along with the usual veg; something we haven't seen in other restaurants)

- Mali Pad Thai (their twist on the Pad Thai) - best Pad Thai aside from Montri's

- Pineapple Fried Rice - fluffy, vibrant, refreshing

- Drunken Noodles- tasty, with a hint of spice, not over-sauced and not greasy like a lot of fried noodles

(we ordered always order these items with chicken; but the nice thing here is that you can choose which type of meat you want and they don't charge extra [aside from prawns of course]),

- Spring Rolls - solid

-Coconut Tapioca, an Mango with Sweet Sticky Rice - refreshing and delicious

Their food is so so good, we cannot say enough good things about it! Everything we've ordered has always been so fresh and flavourful. The portions are also something to rave about; most items are less than $9 yet the portions are always so generous. One delivery from here will last us 2-3 days!

The only negative thing I would have to say about Mali Thai, is that they really push the rice on you! haha "Do you need rice?" "No it's okay, we have rice at home" "So you don't need any steamed rice?" "No, we're good" "Okay, so you have rice at home?" etc. lol

If not for this little annoyance, we would have given this place a perfect score.

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Shabusen Yakiniku House2993 Granville Street, Vancouver
Pretty good AYCE
Submitted Monday, August 31, 2009 - 5:19am [Dine in]

My bf and I went here with about 7 others for a get together dinner, and found that we really enjoyed ourselves.

Ambiance:
The place itself was huge, and very inviting- the decor, and natural lighting (from various skylights throughout the room) added a bit of character and depth to the restaurant (a nice change from the more mundane sushi joint decor).

Food:
We ordered the majority of items off the AYCE dinner menu. We found everything pretty good- definitely better than most AYCE places in Vancouver. Although they do have a rather small Sashimi and Maki Roll Selection, the menu has plenty to offer for even the most picky eaters. I particularly liked that you could choose exactly how many pieces you wanted of each item. My one complaint is that although the Korean BBQ was delicious, all the meats had the same (or similar) flavour to it- making it a bit boring to eat.

Service/ Value:
For an AYCE place, I was surprised to see such attentive service. It was a busy Saturday night, but our server came over frequently to clear up plates, fill our drinks and ask if we wanted to order more. We definitely got our money's worth here- we ordered like 4 times- each time with the food slip almost completely filled out.

Overall, it is a really fun place to go for a nice social gathering. We will definitely return.

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Kimono Japanese Restaurant869 Hornby Street, Vancouver
Solid Sushi Restaurant
Submitted Saturday, August 8, 2009 - 7:27pm [Dine in]

My gf and I have been here a few times, and we always seem to order just the Bento Box. While we enjoy their extensive menu, the fare just seems too ordinary; everything on there seems like pages and pages of the same thing. I can understand if they want to stick to traditional Japanese cooking, but perhaps the introduction of 'fusion sushi' may bring more customers in. I've been to a lot of sushi joints, and all of them have the more normal sushi rolls, but they have also created signature rolls that utilizes fresh and interesting sushi combinations.

The value of the food is okay- although my one complaint is a drink issue. The last time we went there for lunch, my gf ordered a sprite, and I ordered a coke. When the drinks came, hers came in a can and mine in a glass bottle. The bottle had almost half as much drink in it, and when we got the cheque we saw that it cost almost twice as much. Had I known that I'd be paying more money for less drink, I would have ordered something else.

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Mazuya Sushi2355 Burrard Street, Vancouver
Delicious Sushi Creations
Submitted Saturday, August 8, 2009 - 7:15pm [Dine in]

I've eaten here a few times, and I am never disappointed with their food. I've tried a few of the 'normal' rolls like the unagi, tekka, and salmon- all are very good. However, the best rolls I've had here are their "Chef Special Roll". I particularly like the Phyllis Roll (Smoked Salmon, Cream Cheese, Mango, Avocado, & Tobiko). It's a small place and they also do delivery so there are always a lot of people coming in and out. I like that it's on a stretch of road that doesn't get too crowded much like most of the restaurants along Broadway. It's a nice little find, and the fresh ingredients they use are the reason why their always so busy.

Overall, one of my favourite sushi places in Vancouver.

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Mongo's Stir Fry Grill2897 Broadway West, Vancouver
Okay food
Submitted Saturday, August 8, 2009 - 7:05pm [Dine in]

My bf and I went here for a quick lunch, and chose a few items off the buffet table. We chose some meat- which were all frozen (not the best choice as I am accustomed to having fresh meat at these sort of places), some veg, noodles, and sauce. The cook made it quickly, and the server brought it over to us right away. Because the meat was frozen before it was cooked (not even thawed beforehand), it tasted a bit chewy and dry. The noodles, veg, and complimentary rice and soup however, were okay.

Not the cleanest looking place, but it works for people that are really hungry and on a budget.

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Hon's Wun Tun House1339 Robson Street, Vancouver
Excellent food, with excellent value
Submitted Saturday, August 8, 2009 - 2:04pm [Dine in]

My family came here for dinner one night, and we ordered a ton of food. We got: Pork Potstickers, BBQ pork, Lemon Chicken, Sweet and Sour Pork, Yeung Cheow Style Fried Rice, Wonton Soup, Chow Mein, Seafood Medley, and Deep fried Prawns with sweet and sour sauce. Everything was really good, and was served to us pretty fast. Along with drinks and fortune cookies it all came to about $95. We left with a lot of leftovers so overall this place had really good value.

The service was alright- the host was very patient and knew the menu extensively- however, the rest of the staff barely knew how to speak/understand English which was very frustrating for us, when we were trying to find out if any of the dishes contained any peanuts (due to allergies in our party). We had to ask 3 times before we got an answer.

If you're not one to eat with a lot of noise around, then this place isn't for you- it's basically set up like a cafeteria.

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Thai House Restaurant1116 Robson Street, Vancouver
Good Lunch
Submitted Saturday, August 8, 2009 - 1:49pm [Dine in]

We came here for lunch one afternoon , and were pleased to see an extensive and very affordable lunch special. We ordered Yellow Chicken Curry, and Red Chicken Curry, which both came with a side of hot and sour soup and spring rolls. While my girlfriend found the soup too spicy, I found it very delicious. The curries were good, however, I would have preferred it a bit more spicy. The ambiance was great- the decor wasn't tacky, and the music wasn't intrusive. The service was solid- nothing special. Overall, not the best Thai food in town, but the value makes up for it.

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Montri's3629 West Broadway, Vancouver
Solid Dinner
Submitted Saturday, August 8, 2009 - 1:41pm [Dine in]

We went here for dinner one evening and ordered Pad Thai, Masamun Beef and Chicken. The food was excellent- the best Pad Thai we've ever had, and the curry was good. The portions were a good size, however for nearly $15 a dish, not the best value in town- considering there are at least two other Thai places within walking distance. The ambiance was okay- nothing special, and the service was pretty friendly- although it seemed a bit artificial.

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Trafalgars Bistro2603 West 16th Ave., Vancouver
Dinner was good. Dessert was GREAT
Submitted Thursday, July 30, 2009 - 1:33pm [Dine in]

My boyfriend and I went here for our anniversary one night, and we were greeted right away. We were seated next to the window, but decided to move after a couple sat no less than a foot away. The restaurant was cozy inside but a bit noisy, so we decided to dine outside. The porch was nice, and we were the only one's out there so it was very private and romantic. The servers brought us both blankets in case we got cold- which is something I've never experienced before in a restaurant.

We ordered, the duck with orange reduction, and my bf ordered the lamb burger. Both were very good, but did not hold a candle to the desserts! We ordered the chocolate hazelnut zuccotto, and the chocolate peanut butter mousse cake, with Irish breakfast tea. The portions of these desserts were very generous, especially for the price. It was probably one of the best desserts I've ever had.

When we return we will probably try the lunch menu from Trafalgar's Bistro, and have dessert over at their sister store Sweet Obsessions.

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Moxie's Classic Grill1759 West Broadway, Vancouver
Alright food, annoying service
Submitted Saturday, June 13, 2009 - 11:09pm [Dine in]

My girlfriend and I went here for a quick lunch. We ordered:

1) Open-faced Tuscan Chicken: the chicken was well cooked, the portion was decent, the flavours were alright, but nothing special; because of the make-up of the sauces they put on the sandwich, the bread became soggy and a bit mushy by the time I was halfway through with it

2) Wild Salmon on Naan Bread: the salmon was very well cooked- not dry like most places that have salmon on their menu, the flavours were nice and fresh, and the garlic aioli was delicious; however, they did put a lot of sauce on it, resulting in the same as above- soggy bread. Everything else was fine- although their "naan" was more like pita bread- or naan that you would get at a regular supermarket. Good side salad- very good balance of the sweet and salty.

The server was just annoying, obnoxious, and had on ridiculous sunglasses (which made him look like an idiot- definitely not professional) that he wore both outside and inside their DARK dining room. He seemed a bit too casual and chatty- not in a good way- he sat on the tables which I felt to be very unhygienic and unprofessional- I don't want to eat where someone's ass was. He also seemed to hang around a bit more than we wanted. For example, he gave us our food, and just sat on the table beside us chatting away. We just wanted our food, and keep to ourselves, and not have to be bothered by our server. Serve us our food and leave us alone.

As for ambiance, we ate on the patio which would have been perfect if it hadn't been for all the loud crappy music they were blasting.

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Keg Steakhouse & Bar, The1499 Anderson St., Vancouver
Just O.K.
Submitted Saturday, June 13, 2009 - 10:48pm [Dine in]

My boyfriend and I went here, as I was craving some seared Ahi Tuna, and this place seemed to be the only place in Granville Island to serve it. Anyways, I ordered the appetizer Ahi Tuna with a wasabi mushroom reduction (Entree sized), and it was delicious! Though it was supposed to be an appetizer, I asked for it to be entree sized, and they definitely delivered- the portion size was huge, and they weren't stingy with the tuna. I did notice however, that it was a bit more cooked than I would have liked (rare), but certainly not overdone. My bf had the Creole Chicken which was very large, but was a bit stingy on the scallops and shrimp. It wasn't as spicy as we had expected however, which was a bit of a disappointment. The server was just okay- nothing special. The ambiance was blah. They played loud crappy 80s music the entire time, which I wouldn't have minded as much if it was dinner time, and the place was packed-- it just didn't go well over a mid-afternoon lunch. I felt as though this place was less nice as some of the other Kegs I've been to. Definitely more casual and outdated. Overall, food was good, but that's about it.

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Joey820 Burrard Street, Vancouver
Meh-ness all around
Submitted Saturday, June 13, 2009 - 12:02am [Dine in]

My family and I went here for dinner last week. We ordered:

- Club Med (chicken sandwich): there was a funky burnt chemical taste to the chicken, and not in a tasty caramelized burnt kind of way.....
- Ahi Tuna Salad: which was supposed to have fresh ripe mangoes (3 TINY small cubes in all), the tuna was cooked well- seared rare, but was a little too peppery for my taste; very good vinaigrette however
- Rotisserie Chicken: half a chicken- very tasty, at around $18 it better be
- Chicken Souvlaki Wrap: good portion; solid souvlaki flavour
- Seafood Sicilian Pesto Linguine: had a good spice to it; well portioned; could have used more seafood!

The waiter was a little obnoxious. We took awhile deciding as it is a rather extensive menu, however, he took so long to get back to us and take our order. He seemed to be trying too hard to be funny and entertaining and just appeared awkward, and ANNOYING. For those of you who like chatting with your servers for a good amount of time, and interrupting your dinner to ask 'how everything is' you'd love it here. I also hate it when waiters "remember" to refill our waters when we've already finished eating!

The ambiance was also a little too noisy with the bar in the next hall.

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Hoshi Sushi Japanese Restaurant2825 West Broadway, Vancouver
Good Sushi Delivery!
Submitted Thursday, May 21, 2009 - 11:40pm [Dine in]

My girlfriend and I have ordered from this place a few times, and we've never been disappointed. While the price is what can be expected from a sushi place, we were really pleased with the fast delivery, and delicious food. We have ordered many items from here, but the yams - while we expected it to be soggy because of the fact that it was delivery, was very good and crunchy. The sushi tasted fresh, and the portions of these and their bento boxes were great.

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Candia Taverna4510 W 10th Avenue, Vancouver
Sucky Service
Submitted Friday, May 15, 2009 - 11:50pm [Dine in]

We ordered from this place twice, delivery, never dine-in. The first time, the service was ok, nothing spectacular, and the food and price were decent. However, we did have to wait for a long time- over 40 minutes each time. Tonight was the worst however, when the man who delivered our food to us came in, he was impatient, RUDE, and commented on our 'lousy' tip. EXCUSE ME, if we have to wait over 40 minutes for our food to arrive, and be greeted with NO RESPECT WHATSOEVER, DO NOT EXPECT US TO TIP GRACIOUSLY.

Bottom line is, we are never going to order from this place again.

For those of you who want to be treated like dirt, and be greeted by ASSHOLES when they deliver your food- this place would be right up your alley.

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Aoki Sushi1888 W. Broadway St, Vancouver
Delicious Sushi
Submitted Friday, May 8, 2009 - 10:44pm [Dine in]

I've only ordered take-out from here a few times, and every time I do, I am never disappointed. My absolute fave is the Pink Godzilla roll. The portion was huge and very well priced at around $7. The fruit/chicken/tuna combination was really unique and quite tasty. The person who said this was awful just doesn't know what "good" tastes like.

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Timkee Kitchen2365 Burrard St, Vancouver
Good Take-out!
Submitted Monday, May 4, 2009 - 6:27pm [Dine in]

My boyfriend and I decided to order take out as it was around 11pm and we were too lazy to cook. This place was a real life saver. The food was delicious- and at $37 for 5 entrees it was a real bargain. We ordered the House Special Chow Mein, BBQ pork, Chicken and Pineapple Fried Rice, and Chicken Balls, and free Wonton Soup. As we did not dine in, we could not comment on the ambiance, but the server on the phone was very nice, and allowed us to make the order even though they were closing in 20 minutes. (Not to mention, they had it delivered to us in less than 30 min)

The portions were large, and well worth the money. And with no MSG, the quality of their food stood out even more.

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