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foodfanaticSouth VancouverSince August 26, 2005286 Reviews
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Twelve Fifteen1215 Davie St, Vancouver
Great tapas & drinks.
Submitted Wednesday, May 17, 2006 - 11:59pm [Dine in]

A great place to hang out with friends to grab a bite or meal and some drinks while catching up. Most dishes average at about $9--though it can add up to quite a bit if you don't pick & choose carefully.

The carbs section with the ika-meshi is a little too rich and heavy. Too much cheese & creaminess in the rice "stuffed" in the squid to actually make it work well. The crab croquettes, though described on the menu as "creamy" was more pasty and sticky as if it was undercooked than it was yummy creamy--it as quite difficult to eat, perhaps, it was undercooked, or, perhaps, it was meant to be served that way (the batter is nice, crispy & light), but I make a point to avoid ordering that again. The kobe-anything dishes are quite tasty whether they be raw or cooked.

The 3 or so desserts aren't memorable, but they aren't bad either, just rather generic. The "Mystery Ice Cream" sounds more intriguing than it tastes though I've never asked what it actually was, it didn't taste "strange" or "wow" so it didn't matter enough to pique my curiousity.

Since they've started posting their menu outside and with the signs of "Hungry? Thirsty?" out front, it at least lets ppl know it's actually a restaurant inside, though I'd have thought the "Hungry? Thirsty?" part would be a beacon to the street bumbs to come a beggaring, I do like the mysteriousness of it before now when there was no indication at all outside that this is indeed an eatery. But, hey, you can't keep the secret to yourself forever, right? That wouldn't be good for their business, though it would be good for me in that I would easily be able to find seating at any time of the day, any day of the week.

Definitely a restaurant and menu with great potential.

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E-Hwa1578 Robson St, Vancouver
Hip hangout.
Submitted Monday, May 15, 2006 - 12:59pm [Dine in]

Clientele is mainly Korean, and mostly young and hip. Great hangout for drinks and snacks or full meals and to idle and chat and drink some more!

One of the few places that still serves rice cake skewers! You can also get a plate of the rice cakes in the spicy sauce! Absolutely love rice cakes!

The Bi bim bap, though large in portion, is only so-so in taste. The soups and stews are tasty while they have enough variety of foods offered.

The side dishes of broccoli, mashed potatoes, and kimchi radish are alright.

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House of Tofu Soup4563 North Road, #1&2, Burnaby
Great value lunch combo's!
Submitted Monday, May 15, 2006 - 12:45pm [Dine in]

2 can easily be fed for under $20 on their lunch menu with their combo specials. The tofu soups are tasty as is the bulgogi. The side dishes are lacking as the kimchi is not at all spicy, while the scoop of instant powdered mashed potatoes are made tolerable with the added mix of butter and few bits of corn and peas mixed in, are not quite satisfying. Avoid the seafood pancake. Very thick, doughy in taste and texture, and not much in content to alleviate some of the awful taste of raw/sticky dough. Ended up packing most of it then throwing it out since even after additional heating/cooking, it was still too thick in dough to consume with any amount of enjoyment.

The traditional rice served in stone bowl makes for a nice crispy eat with or without the added barley tea.

Besides the limited and rather crowded parking area out front in the mini plaza unit, right next to that, after the stairway, there's the driveway that leads you down to a semi-underground parking lot with a little over a handful of stalls.

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Chocoatl Chocolate Boutique1127 Mainland Street, Vancouver
We need more like Chocoatl!
Submitted Monday, May 15, 2006 - 12:26pm [Dine in]

With all the coffee and juice and bubbletea shops around town, you'd think someone would start a chain of hot chocolate stores or simply add more variety and quality hot chocolates on their existing tea/coffee menu.

For now, there seems to be only Chocoatl for hot chocolate lovers. I would recommend you try each of the different ones they have to offer and taste how they are distinctly different from the other, though, for myself, I'd avoid the white chocolate one (I forget what the exact mix/name was for that with some sort of fruit(s) added). I do love my fruit loops, but only cold, served in milk, and with a bit of crunch to it, but the white chocolate drink tasted like hot liquid fruit loops--this might be good news to you Fruit Loops lovers all over who may want to have it any which way possible!

Because this is the only place so far that I know of that offers as much variety and quality of hot chocolate in town, maybe they are deserving of a 4 in the rating, however, it doesn't offer as satisfying an experience as I had hoped or maybe I just wanted to top it with ice cream or whipped cream or something to possibly "ruin" it in the eyes of a connoisseur of fine chocolates, but it's the way I like to enjoy most of mine--nice, rich, thick and leaving me wanting for more. That's probably why I am still on my life's quest for the perfect cup of hot cocoa...

That aside, the truffles, etc, that's also sold here, I find them to be a little too sweet and not satisfying enough to entice me to look at anything but the drink menu offerings ever after.

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Gingeri Chinese Cuisine5300 No. 3 Road, 323, Richmond
Creative dishes. Never lacking in flavour.
Submitted Monday, May 15, 2006 - 12:10pm [Dine in]

They have a nice variety of dim sum to offer, and prettily presented with the gold shavings for certain ones. Dinner is alright, but nothing exceptional. When they get crowded, even with reservations, you still risk preferential treatment for seating towards regulars and aggressive clientel. That aside, it is rather too crowded of a dining area with the tables spaced a little too snuggly together for it to ever be categorized as classy Chinese dining. That being said, the same thing is happening over at Kirin Richmond location. Being penned together like cattle, though you seat more, greater turnover, it ruins the tea-time and dinner experience.

All in all, not worth the crowds, but if it's a conveniently slow time of day/night and you just happen to be there, it's not a bad choice for a pleasant meal so long as it isn't overcrowded inside already.

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Relish888 Nelson St., Vancouver
Great value, variety, and portions!
Submitted Monday, May 15, 2006 - 11:52am [Dine in]

There's something for everyone with the variety of cuisine offered on the menu. Surprisingly decent portions for the price in the downtown area. One can be adequately fed with a $10 Lamb Burger with a side bowl of salad or soup. The soups are tasty; the salads a fresh. Don't feel like a burger? Go for the steaks or fish or pizza or chicken or pork. A nice variety of drinks offered as well.

Very casual and recommended for large party gatherings where you're unsure of the others' protein preference and budget.

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X-Site Grill and Bistro4625 Hastings St., Burnaby
Very pleasant service. Nice crispy buns.
Submitted Monday, May 8, 2006 - 4:42pm [Dine in]

Love the buns for the burgers but the burgers themselves could be a little dry at times and not enough condiments. The mushroom burger doesn't have nearly enough mushrooms to be named as such, rather, it's more like "a burger with mushrooms" since the slices are few. Though I like the bun, it is difficult to keep it together whilst eating the burger hands-on. It's just simpler either separating the top from the bottom half and eat it separately or just knife-and-fork it.

Great prices for alcohol so pass on the juices as those are mainly from concentrate.

Avoid the chicken fingers! Super dry and though portion is small, you still might feel inclined to leave the rest alone after the first bite. Then again, I haven't tried ordering that a 2nd time so it could have just been one of those days.

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Anducci's2729 Barnett Hwy, Coquitlam
Nice decor.
Submitted Monday, May 8, 2006 - 4:30pm [Dine in]

Inexpensive wine list. Generous portions and nice variety in pasta sauces. Love the decor, and friendly and attentive service (female server).

Will return for the atmosphere and the decently priced pasta but definitely not for the overpriced baked meringue dessert that's basically a pile of whipped cream for just under $7. The strawberry slices were few and thin while there is just much too much whipped cream. The baked foam would have been tasty enough to enjoy almost by itself, but definitely not worth the price.

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Burgers Etc. BBQ House4091 Hastings St., Burnaby
The perfect BBQ sauce.
Submitted Sunday, May 7, 2006 - 4:57pm [Dine in]

The burger buns & patties are a good size. The buns are nice, soft, fresh, however, maybe a little too thin at the bottom to make it work for a juicy, sauce-filled burger/sandwich. If you hold the burger upside down, it makes it easier to eat just because the buns are kept so soft that the bottom slice so thin that the sauces soak through the bottom more easily while it wobbles a little half way through the burger--especially if you were having any of the ones with their homemade bbq sauce. It may not be as "messy" to eat as some burgers, but it definitely isn't the "tidiest" kind either.

The beef brisket sandwich on burger bun is juicy, flavourful and well worth a try. Just the perfect amount of beef fat and sauce to make for a bite full of flavour. The charbroiled burger's, though 6oz in size, is surprisingly light, so you can probably down more than a few of those or a whole burger with room to spare--there seems to be quite a bit of filler grounded into the patty from what I can tell, but then, I'm no real expert, I just tell it as I taste it.

Although I prefer the contents, and sauce of the burgers here better, and the freshness of the softbun is nice, I do prefer the buns a few blocks down at X-Site Grill better (fresh and nicely toasted so it's lightly crisped on the outside while being soft throughout). Too bad it's just the bun I prefer from X-Site, everything else about the burgers there is not a real match.

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Lao Shan Dong Homemade Noodle House4887 Kingsway, #105, Burnaby
Fresh tasty homemade noodles.
Submitted Sunday, April 30, 2006 - 10:15pm [Dine in]

Not recommended for vegans and/or vegetarians though maybe if you're alright with just having some side dishes like the vegetable dumplings & cold appetizer plates. The dumplings are quite the bargain for 10 pieces. Most everything else is beef/pork related and the noodles are mainly in a beef broth with beef content with no real alternatives. The beef briskets are very juicy and tender. The soup itself has a light authentic taste while it's quite fatty overall--but that's all part of the experience. At the end of the meal, when you pay the bill, you get quite tasty coffee, etc, candy that goes well with post-meal taste bud cleansing--not the usual old mint candies.

I believe they are a cash-only establishment, but even with just pocket change, you can leave with a full belly. Quite busy during the usual prime time dining hours, but the wait usually isn't so bad.

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Diner1269 Hamilton Street, Vancouver
Inexpensive eats in Yaletown.
Submitted Thursday, April 20, 2006 - 12:52pm [Dine in]

From grilled cheese sandwiches to chicken schnitzels and spatzel and generously portioned meatloafs, quite a few comfort foods to choose from. The menu is basically whatever's chalked up on the board visible to the entire room for lunch/dinner. Breakfast fare is offered in print during applicable hours.

Generous portions of salad, pasta, and clubs. Soups are tasty, though the sandwiches/melts are underwhelming & somewhat dissatisfying. After the long wait for the food to cook, my dining guest & I left craving for something, anything slightly stimulating at least (didn't leave hungry, just left feeling like we snacked but didn't eat or taste anything). The grilled toast the sandwiches/melts are served on are too greasy (it may have been drenched in butter before it hit the grill making me think it was deep fried, hence, explaining the bites of oil gushing that was really just butter, likely).

It's safer to just stick with the meatloafs & pastas and stay away from the grilled sandwiches/melts, except, maybe the turkey club. Desserts are great, and breakfast & drinks are wonderful.

The wait time is long so don't be expecting a quick in & out except maybe during breakfast/brunch hours, food gets prepped quicker--I suppose it's easier to fry/poach eggs than it is to grill/toast a sandwich or even to whip up a soup. The male server is wonderful & friendly, while the female service is abrupt and lacking. Appetizers & soup(s) range from $3.95-6.95 while mains are mostly $6.95-$10.95.

They're closed Mondays & is a cash-only establishment.

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Kintaro Ramen8291 Westminster Hwy, #110, Richmond
Stick with the downtown location.
Submitted Thursday, April 13, 2006 - 2:52am [Dine in]

Though the old guy left his old fort for the young ones to take care of downtown while he watches over & cooks for this newer location, the overall experience is preferable downtown by far... and cheaper--though the flavour is best wherever the old ramen boss goes.

Is it just my imagination, or has just about every bowl of noodle (maybe with one or two exceptions) been marked up by a dollar or two? I'd have thought the lease downtown would have justified higher prices than Richmond. In spite of the more updated design of this location, it really only just seems to seat a few more. Again, it's one rather large communal table in the centre of the room (larger than downtown. Maybe 3 sections of 2 window bar seats on each side of the door (total of ~12 seats there), then there's the usual "L" bar that wraps the counter/front row seats so-to-speak. Clientele here is definitely mainly HK/TW kids & occassionally the seemingly out-of-place parents that gives the impression they've been dragged there for a new experience of great ramen without being warned of the communal seating, and in this location, it's less of a family/mixed affair, it's mainly the young'uns. Service is much much slower. Upon being seated after a longish wait, there is an equally as long wait for your orders to arrive. Of course, frequenters of the d/t location know to just order, eat, pay, go & let the seats be filled like clockwork, but I don't think this unspoken concept is going very well in this area of the woods. Getting around to paying and then actually getting around to leaving the seat after dining, and the great desire to chat over a nice bowl of ramen whether it be at the communal table full of other ppl or not, seems to be the trend. Maybe it would have been better to just put in more seatings & hire more staff & actually swap one of the servers with the d/t one that can better shuffle/organize seating arrangements to speed things up a bit.

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C Restaurant1600 Howe Street, #2, Vancouver
Better in some ways, worse in others.
Submitted Wednesday, April 12, 2006 - 11:34am [Dine in]

The appetizers are no longer a "wow" like years before--it's just "not bad" now. The main courses have improved, while the desserts have gone downhill.

The tasting menu ($98 per) is a must try! And most definitely with the wine pairings (+$50). IF you are able to hold your liquor, the wine pairings (8 or so glasses) that go along with the 9 courses is a definite must! Each of the brilliant choices in wine pairs so perfectly with the food and each glass in itself has a very distinct flavour that's different from the last. That aside, you will definitely need some wine to wash down that extra juicy seared oversized chunk of abusively overstuffed poor goose's liver so well prepared & so delicately scrumptuous, you don't even notice you're swallowing all that overworked liver of fat that is just literally waiting to melt in your mouth & slide down your throat like silk (a.k.a. perfectly seared Quebec foie gras). Anyway, conscience bedamned, it really is delicious, but would possibly be a little too rich to actually consume all of without the help of something to break down the fatty acids.

Service was perfect except for the bread guy. Also, the bread/biscuit selection itself, though a nice gesture, most of it was either too cold, too hard, too dry, or just too dull--I'd just pass on those. Then there's the bread bearer. He looks to be in his 40's maybe? Or maybe older or maybe he just looks old, but in reality is a young parisian at heart, but he sure likes to look down his nose at everyone in the room while he holds out his basket of bread for you to choose from--I think even if you tickled him on the spot, he'd just slap you silly & still find no joy in life. He doesn't seem to want to be there while he still waltzes around the room bearing the basket of breads--well, it's another day of work, I suppose, but I wouldn't have expected that from such a fine establishment.

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Closed down & replaced by Miki's.
Submitted Tuesday, April 11, 2006 - 8:19pm [Dine in]

They've been out of business for a while now. The location has been replaced by, or, renamed to Miki's Restaurant--a supposed Asian & Western fusion menu with some Malaysian offerings. At a glance, the menu posted appears to be the usual HK-style cafe type though I have not tried any of their offerings yet.

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Sweet E's Pastries and Sweets2032 West 41st Avenue, Vancouver
Excellent chocolates! Mouth-watering pastries!
Submitted Monday, April 10, 2006 - 6:21pm [Dine in]

The cakes are light & fluffy for the ones that should be as such like the fruit mousse cakes. No need for Anna's across the street anymore (though Anna's has chunks of mango). The chocolate ganache shortbread cookies are simply perfect! Not too sweet w/ a nice touch of cocoa powder sprinkles perfects the chocolate-yness of it though my friend has a sweeter tooth for chocs, so it was just passable to him as he's more of a milk rather than dark chocolate person, I find sweet e's approach more natural & preferable myself.

The lemon meringue cake/tarts are deliciously made w/ marshmallow topping rather than the usual whipped cream variety which actually adds to the experience as well as a smart choice being that it doesn't melt so easily and less messy than whipped cream. The tart crust is notably fresh, buttery & flakey w/o being overtly so. The lemon filling is so perfectly smooth, it melts in your mouth while leaving you wanting for more.

The selection of chocolate truffles-pops are so beautifully arranged it's difficult to choose just one! The tissue wrappings are so colourful & the variety of velvety & sparkly wire twist ties used makes it well worth charging more than the $1.50 price tag on them! (But thank god it's only $1.50 ea. so I can keep splurging on the cute things). None of them are actually on the sweet side--again, it allows for you to taste the natural cocoa butteryness of it all without the feeling of sugar-overdose at any point.

It's a tiny make-do storefront while most of the unit space seems to be reserved for the most important thing--the kitchen. Peeking in, it looks well kept and clean. I hope there is an a/c built in since it will get rather stuffy come summer as it is rather warm in there even now.

Definitely, a new favourite & easier on my wallet than Sen5es--though I have yet to find anything/anywhere that tops Sen5es' Lemon Tart and Stilton Cheesecake. Super addictive! But that's neither here nor there.

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Samurai Japanese Restaurant1108 Davie Street, Vancouver
Relatively fresh fish with great value!
Submitted Monday, April 10, 2006 - 5:56pm [Dine in]

Larger cuts of fish than expected for the nigiri. Quality of the food served seems to be kept consistently pleasant. Larger than typical for robata portions. Sushi pieces range from $0.99 to $2.50 (Uni). The rolls range from $2 to the upwards of $8.50 for a Rainbow Roll, or $9.95 for a full specialty House Roll. Even the Spider Rolls are only $5.95 per.

The bento combos with tempura provides more than generous portions, as does the various udon/ramen orders offered at $5.95-6.95 a bowl.

The gyozas could be better, but they're not bad though a tad too much oil and the wrap-to-content ratio isn't ideal as it leaves about half of the inside empty/full of air. The spicy tuna rolls aren't bad, but they could be better as they seem a bit too much on the mushy side and maybe it would have benefited with the addition of cucumbers rather than just negi added. The BBQ fish can get overcooked to the point of resembling chicken white-meat but at an average of $3.75 to $4.50 for such great portions, I'd be willing to risk ordering that again and again until it's been cooked to perfection.

Plenty of variety cooked or raw. Such great deals with matching quality--though not "the best" but definitely better than average for the same type of establishment anywhere in this town.

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Anna's Cake House5510 Cambie Street, Vancouver
Best egg tarts!
Submitted Tuesday, April 4, 2006 - 12:08am [Dine in]

The smoothest, tastiest, perfect egg tarts all around. The tart crust is perfectly buttery and flakey.

Their buns are okay... they tend to get sticky after sitting for a couple hours or definitely by the next day. I can't stand a lot of Asian buns because of that though there are some bakeries that don't share that problem.

Their cakes all mostly taste the same. The fresh whipped cream they use to ice the cake is pretty well-made. However, every single one of their cakes are pretty much identical. The mousse cakes all end up tasting equally as light and foamy while with hints of whatever flavour you choose (manga/strawberry), as is the case with their cheesecakes. It just gets too monotonous and bores quickly.

Quality-wise, I suppose they have proudly maintained a certain standard they've set for themselves and I'm not arguing that. I've just lost all interest in purchasing their pastries and buns except whenever I have a craving for beautiful egg tarts.

Though just because I can't stand eating their bakery goods, it doesn't make them "bad". There is absolutely nothing wrong with their goods. It is consistently made with the same flair and flavours. So if you find yourself enjoying it the first time around, you should also enjoy it the 2nd and 3rd time until you get tired of the same old items with the same old flavours over & over again with not much new to offer and the rare new introduction almost always ends up being nearly identical to an old one with maybe 1 ingredient replaced. It's like the good old brand of Levi's or McD's hamburger--you can always depend on it to be the same as the last one you've owned/eaten 10 yrs ago.

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Gotham Steakhouse & Cocktail Bar615 Seymour Street, Vancouver
Impeccable service! Large portions!
Submitted Monday, April 3, 2006 - 11:17pm [Dine in]

Incredible loaf of bread! Wow, so far my favourite house bread all-round! Perfectly softened butter spread. Great silky smooth fresh raw oysters. Always great and friendly service. Not at all snooty.

The porterhouse steak is wonderfully juicy and very very large in portion (24 oz) and easily an inch thick in cut! Made perfectly medium rare. It's a workout to finish it! I almost would recommend passing on the sides and appetizers just so that you might be able to leave an inch of room in your stomach for dessert! Whether it be a big slab of steak or a healty portion of fish, you can have it cooked as rare as you like it or as well-done as you wish.

Great comfortable seating, especially the booths, and just enough privacy to enjoy your company especially in the dining area upstairs. A fine steakhouse atmosphere that is deserving of full stars but since more finer detailed dusting is required in some possibly less noticed areas, I cannot give them full marks for missing such a thing during their regular cleanings though the seats and tables are sure to be kept clean, they are still not thorough enough with the rest of the room.

Definitely worth frequenting regulary for the service, atmosphere, and quality steak in huge portions while ignoring the price tag. I never mind the price tag as long as the service is neither suffocating nor overbearing. What's also very important for a restaurant to have, at least to me, is enough space between tables (or at least placed strategically enough) to provide an adequate amount of privacy & comfort to its diners so that one wouldn't unintentionally or otherwise, be eavesdropping so easily on its neighbouring tables. I can't stand those type of places & I find it a ridiculous trend amongst quite a few well established fine dining restaurants. Thankfully, Gotham isn't one of those.

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Tokyo Bay Sushi House1947 Kingsway, Vancouver
Great discount on advance orders.
Submitted Sunday, April 2, 2006 - 1:50pm [Dine in]

20% off for ordering 2hrs in advance. Have yet to find anywhere else that beats that even if it's a day in advance. That, and the fact that it had decent reviews on here and it looked alright from the outside when I was actually dining next door, I decided to give it a try.

Ordered enough for me to know I'll not be ordering from them again. Out of the myriad of rolls I've sampled, especially their "specialty" ~$6.99 ones, they are completely not worth the $$. From the rainbow rolls to the mango variations, they share a common ingredient: plenty of shredded artificial crab meat. Shredded rather well, I must say, but still easily taste the fish pastiness & texture. It makes each of those rolls rather similar in taste & texture. The spicy tuna roll is safe, since it would be odd if that was stuffed with real or faux crab meat. The tuna nigiri pieces were suspiciously resembling of regular tuna, and not a millimetre of belly involved. The saba was alright. None of the nigiri was actually very appetizingly presented especially the rice under the fish. Unevenly packed/shaped by hand, but somewhat cold & slightly hardened. Couldn't eat that rice, I quickly found myself losing my appetite. The rice on the inside-out rolls were more "normal" maybe because there was just less concentration of it so it definitely comes off as being more tolerable. The ikura/salmon roe is not very fresh and a tad mushy.

The service, however, was fairly pleasant.

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Chutney Villa Fine South Indian Cuisine147 East Broadway, Vancouver
A taste too ordinary.
Submitted Sunday, April 2, 2006 - 1:25pm [Dine in]

Great friendly service by what appears to be a family-run establishment. Great ventilation so you don't come out smelling too much like what you've just eaten. Not a large room, but with a comfortable amount of space between your neighbours & yourself.

The menu isn't at all extensive, so it makes it easier to make your choices. Though the prices may seem fair, they are actually not much different from that of Maurya's, if you take into account the portions & quality of fillers served.

The taste is uneventful and my tongue was left feeling bored while my body is still left resenting me for the amount of calories I piled on with the fish dish that was more butter than curry. The lamb was too gamey and bordering on dry. The chutney is tasty, though nothing outstanding. The chai, though I have had better, is not bad. The dessert offering is few (2)--tapioca in a manga juice mix, or an ice cream. Not very exciting. This is not somewhere I'd avoid, as it wasn't a bad experience at all, but it's not somewhere I'd look to return to as I left feeling not hungry anymore--no more, no less--so I've just had dinner, I think. Somewhat disappointed that though I requested for plenty of kick, I got none in my curry, but even then, it would have been alright if the flavours made up for it. I almost forgot I was having Indian food.

The clientele is mainly made up of the non-Asian variety when I was there & whenever I pass by. Occassionally, you see some Asian, but rarely Indian. Maybe to get a really satisfactory meal, it can only be had home-cooked as I've often been told.

The hunt goes on...

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