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FoodGuyRichmondSince December 31, 20065 Reviews
Average Rating
4.5 (4.6)
  • Food4.5 (4.6)
  • Service4 (3.8)
  • Ambiance3.5 (3.6)


Displaying 1 - 5 of 5 Reviews Found
Matsuyama8500 Alexandra Road, #110, Richmond
Best Japanese in Town
Submitted Sunday, December 31, 2006 - 11:07am [Dine in]

We eat japanese food a lot and this is definitely our favourite restaurant, we eat here at least twice a month. It fits in as the perfect weekday dinner place. Not fancy or overpriced but not cheap and low quality like most of the all you can eats. Great fresh sushi and sashimi, good sides and rolls. The vietnamese combos dishes are great as well. I frequently go with my parents and my mother still doesn't like sushi but she always finds something she loves here.
Parking sucks but hey this is Richmond so we just have to deal with it.
Check it out, you'll love it.

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Mad Greek7260 Westminster Hwy., Richmond
Best Greek in Town
Submitted Sunday, December 31, 2006 - 10:58am [Dine in]

Wow. I couldn't disagree more with the other two reviews on this restaurant. My wife and I love his place. Food is the typical greek menu that all greek restaurants seem to have but prepared very well with large portion sizes. Try any of the special platters for two and you can feed 3 or even 4 people. All the lamb dishes are great, the souvlaki is amazing, the prawns uvetsi is a fantastic dish. The rice and potato sides are great and the free bread and greek salad is a nice kicker. Drink prices are reasonable and the service and decor are both very nice.

The other reviewer commented that her lunch was expensive, I can never understand why people expect to pay less at lunch. Food costs, labour and everything else are the same price at lunch as four hours later at dinner. To me 9 bucks for lunch is not too much. And judging by the nightly lineups the 80/20 rule is working exactly as described as a send a ton of people there.

I have eaten at the Mad Greek at this location and there previous place over 50 times and never had a bad meal, that is an amazing track record if you ask me. I have even gotten to know Nikos and Rose (the owners) and can't say enough good things about them. Richmond needs more good independent restaurants like this, cheaper, better and friendlier than the chains.

Recommend this place to your friends and try it out if you haven't been.

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Flying Beaver Bar & Grill4760 Inglis Drive, Richmond
One of the Best Pubs in Richmond
Submitted Sunday, December 31, 2006 - 10:31am [Dine in]

The best pub in Richmond for food without a doubt. All the standards are here and done well (chicken wing's, burgers, etc...) but the menu also has some great other items as well. The mussels and pulled pork sandwich are great.
BEWARE: Beer specials are often served in a plastis cups so is this would turn you off pay a little more and get a regular pint.
Service is great, fast and usually very friendly. Sure it can be a little noisy and crowded but IT IS A PUB, not a restaurant in a seniors home.
The location is beautiful especially when the sun is setting or anytime on a nice day. The decor is nice and comfy with a fishing lodge theme.
Check it out you won't be disappointed.

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De Dutch Pannekoek House8031 Leslie Road, #120, Richmond
Great Breakfast
Submitted Sunday, December 31, 2006 - 10:20am [Dine in]

A great place to go when you need a big morning fill up. Not cheap by any means but worth it. Get the Pannekoek of some type it is their signature dish. The Boer's Pannekoek is massive and topped with everything. OJ is superb. Only open for brekfast and lunch so go early.

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Kyung Bok Palace5300 No. 3 Road, #720, Richmond
Best Korean in Richmond
Submitted Sunday, December 31, 2006 - 10:06am [Dine in]

I've lived in Korea for a few years and this is the only reataurant in Richmond that satisfies my galbi (korean bbq) cravings.
This is a slightly more upscale restaurant with a nice decor and atmosphere. Service is quite good and the prices are good for the high quality of meat. The side dishes are very good and authentically Korean.
As with any decent galbi restaurant you cook the meat yourself at your table and cut it up with scissors and tongs. Interesting and entertaining for people who don't usually eat Korean.
Another reviewer noted that the menu pictures don't reflect the portion sizes. Koreans food is almost always eaten and ordered in a group setting and you pay per portion or per person not as an individual meal as in at a western restaurant. Most of the the pictures on the menu show a serving size for 4 people with the price per person and it is clearly stated. If the massive amount of food shown in the pictures was available for $20.00 then I would do my grocery shopping there.
Overall this is a great restaurant, with amazing food, decent service and a nice atmosphere. Go for a nice night out, for a cheap feed go to Number 9 across the way.

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