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foodftwRichmondSince January 7, 20084 Reviews
Average Rating
3.5 (3.3)
  • Food3.5 (3.5)
  • Service2.5 (2.5)
  • Ambiance2.5 (2.3)

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TGI Friday's4700 Kingsway, Burnaby
doesn't live up to the name
Submitted Monday, January 14, 2008 - 11:55am [Dine in]

Was there this past weekend with a few friends and I ordered the mixed grill. After about an one hour wait, our food finally came...but my mixed grill was pathetic. Every item on my plate was cold. The shrimps had no taste, the chicken was dry and hard, and the ribs were lacking in each and every way. I assume our waiter was having a clumsy day. Don't bother eating here, I know I won't. The only good experience I recall is the drink refills, but I think he was so attentive with the refills only because we had to wait for so long to get our food.

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Indian Oven2006 4th Avenue West, Vancouver
Be prepared to steal food from your friends' plate
Submitted Monday, January 7, 2008 - 7:40pm [Dine in]

Good food to share with friends. If you think Indian cuisine is all about spicy food then you are wrong. They have a couple of mild dishes for the not so venturous. I often find myself swiping food from my friend's dishes because everything tastes so good and have you wanting more. A little over priced since the price for the meat dishes doesn't include rice. A order of meat dish and rice will cost you around $15 before tax. The portions are small for the price, but damn they taste good.

Try their:
Lamb Madras
Spinach Naan Bread
Chicken Korma
Butter Chicken

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Steveston Pizza Co.3400 Moncton Street, #100, Richmond
I want one right next door to my apt!
Submitted Monday, January 7, 2008 - 7:17pm [Dine in]

Steveston Village was a place I hardly visit for there isn't really that big of an attraction there. But ever since I learned about Steveston Pizza, it has generated enough attraction for me to drive down to Steveston Village atleast once a week for their gourmet pizzas.With their crispy thin crust and high quality ingredients, their pizzas are worth the extra buck. Two large pizzas will put you down for around $45 but the satisfaction from eating those pizzas well exceed that price. On weekdays the wait time is average, but on friday or saturday nights, you might want to call ahead since you might have to wait for atleast a hour until your pizza is ready.

Try their:
Caveman
Water

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Bob's Submarine Sandwiches6390 No. 3 Rd, #2, Richmond
Goodbye Subway, Hello Bob's
Submitted Monday, January 7, 2008 - 12:04pm [Dine in]

This restaurant beside Staples offers breakfast menu and superb sandwiches. It always puts a smile on my face when I watch them stack piles of meat on my toasted bread topped off with sauteed onions, melted cheese, lettuce and tomatoes. The prices on their menu are tax included; you can get a hefty 12 inch steak and salami sandwich for 9.60 and its well worth every penny. There is a little wait time involved since they prepare the toppings only when you order them. The ambiance of the places is a bit outdated but that will not stop me from going. I can picture myself visiting this restaurant every time I need my fix of meaty sandwiches. I strongly recommend everyone to try this place out instead of the usual Subway/Quiznos and enjoy a sandwich experience like no other.

Try their:
Super Sub
Steak and Salami Sub
Breakfast combo #3

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