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foodieBCBurnabySince September 8, 20094 Reviews
Average Rating
2.5 (2.5)
  • Food3.5 (3.3)
  • Service2.5 (2.3)
  • Value2.5 (2.5)
  • Ambiance2 (2)


Displaying 1 - 4 of 4 Reviews Found
Booster Juice333 Brooksbank Avenue, #120, North Vancouver
Good Juice- Poor service.
Submitted Wednesday, September 9, 2009 - 12:12pm [Dine in]

Love their juices- would've given more points for value- but, you don't get much actual fruit in it... it's mostly some slushy stuff. But it tastes damned good and fills you up like crazy!

Bad service though- they all seem like they've been pulled off the beach from surfing and are all a bit sulky about it. They all seem like they'd sooner prop up the counter than take your order....

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A & W700 W Georgia, FC13, Vancouver
Great value.
Submitted Wednesday, September 9, 2009 - 12:04pm [Dine in]

I've been to this location quite a few times- always good service- nice staff & consistantly good food.

Standard A&W fare obviously, but being in the food fair- it's a great location when people in your group all want different meals.

Nice seating area, away from the food fair section. Nice chairs and comfortable booths... even a tv to watch (set to the news, but at least it's not sports!).

The bathrooms are nearby, as part of the food fair in general.
Dangerous location though- next to a deli and a candy store ;)

Best part are the servers. Hard workers, friendly- good people.

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Wings Restaurants & Pubs6879 Kingsway, Burnaby
Broken Wings
Submitted Wednesday, September 9, 2009 - 10:48am [Dine in]

Too bad- I had hoped for so much more from this Wings location. I've been to others and they were great!

The food... sigh.... Ok, the wings were ok- tasted good, but I can't fathom why they would have won any awards for them. Maybe if the judges had never tasted real wings before?

Anyway, the pasta was boring and tasteless, the stirfy was more like a soup for all the sauce that was in it, and the lame burger was clearly once a frozen patty.

The service was really bad (friendly girls, but they seemed more interested in gossiping at the bar than serving customers). I lost track of how many times they mixed up our drink orders.

Don't sit near the patio door! Unfortunately, they allow smoking on the patio (very short sighted of them). So, whenever the back door is opened- all you smell is smoke wafting in. It's revolting. May as well have them smoking at your table. That was the straw on the camel's back for us. At least our server could have asked if we preferred to be far away from the patio door (smoke zone) or not....

Last, but not least- the decor. It was clearly some college guy's idea of 'classy-restaurant-meets bar-meets-sports-pub'. Decide what you want to be already. Do you want to be a restaurant or a pub?

AVOID THIS WINGS LOCATION! It could have changed 160 degrees from the old ratty PubMed that it used to be.... oh well.

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Red Robin4640 Kingsway, #112, Burnaby
Great Food & Good Service
Submitted Monday, September 7, 2009 - 11:53pm [Dine in]

Gotta say, I love their burgers & the special Red Robin spice on their fries:) Pretty well guaranteed a good meal when you walk through the doors.

The only down side is the noise level- the music blares and I hate the stupid non stop sports on the big screen tv's. What about music videos half the time?? make it fun for once. But- the service is excellent ((*% of the time)- friendly, fast, helpful... they're awesome.

I love the heart attack burger (the Royal Red Robin) which has cheese, bacon and a fried egg on top.... Bite into the egg and the yolk would drip...MMMMMM!!! I'm seriously salivating here...

However- a couple times ago- the egg came hard...ew- I mentioned it but still ate it. So, the next couple times I ordered it and requested the egg be runny. The servers returned shortly afterwards, saying that 'the kitchen' said they can't make the egg runny- "for health code reasons".

WTH?! So... let me get this straight... Red Robin can't make a burger with a soft yolk fried egg- but any restaurant that serves breakfast can?!!! Maybe I'm a little slow... can you explain that to me??

Well, besides that one bummer, which I still can't figure out-
Red Robin Rocks!

But can ya'll get a new dessert menu already???
Is there a law that says all restaurants must have the same 5 desserts???

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