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fquVancouverSince January 28, 20106 Reviews
Average Rating
3 (3.2)
  • Food3.5 (3.3)
  • Service3.5 (3.3)
  • Value3 (2.8)
  • Ambiance3.5 (3.3)

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Azia990 Smithe Street, Vancouver
Positive experience
Submitted Wednesday, July 13, 2011 - 2:42pm [Dine in]

I had lunch here with a few friends a couple weeks ago, and I was quite impressed with the restaurant overall.

We ordered pad thai, steamed buns, onion pastries, salmon mango sushi. The salmon mango sushi was not only delicious, but beautiful - we took several photos of the dish. Highly recommended. The rest were decent as well. The servers were polite and attentive. The lunch cost us about $15 each, not bad for a downtown location. The restaurant has classy decor and is very quiet. You can either chat with your friends or bring your date here. One weak point though, the washroom needs some improvement.

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Ebei5701 Granville Street, #112, Vancouver
They keep track of your orders well
Submitted Wednesday, April 27, 2011 - 3:42pm [Dine in]

In an AYCE sushi restaurant, you can often get frustrated because the servers delay your orders or get them all wrong. This is not the case when we dined at Ebei last Saturday - we had a big table and lots of food, but all that we ordered were brought on correctly without having to rush the servers.

The best item we have ordered is the tuna tataki. If you visit this place I strongly recommend that you order this instead of the tuna sashimi, it has the same great taste as sashimi but is slightly crispy on the outside to make it perfect. Salmon sashimi and unagi sushi (nigiri) are also recommended, they are very fresh and delicious. However, the beef ribs was a bit of a let down - some of them are undercooked.

The decor is quite standard and seating is spacious. Overall the dining experience is positive and pleasant. However I do have a little suggestion, that is to redesign the order slip, since some of the food items on the menu cannot be found on the slip.

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Cattle Hot Pot Restaurant8391 Alexandra Road, Unit 1150, Richmond
Solid restaurant
Submitted Tuesday, April 12, 2011 - 1:53pm [Dine in]

I visited this place one month ago with a couple of friends. The food is very fresh and they sure have the varieties too. Service is solid and prompt. Value-wise I would rate the restaurant mediocre; the price is $17.95 but we ended up with $25 per person with all costs added. The place is small but comfy and great for casual conversation with friends.

Note that there is a fire hydrant in front of the place, so don't park your car there.

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Gizmo Pho & Bubble Tea952 West King Edward Avenue, Vancouver
Solid restaurant
Submitted Wednesday, February 9, 2011 - 6:07pm [Dine in]

This used to be my preferred lunch place, but they raised the price in the past year and as a result I do not go there as often.

Vermicelli with chicken/spring rolls or spare ribs are my favorite items. Bubble tea is good too. Service has never let me down. Has a TV and I've actually watched a few soccer games there during the 2010 World Cup... great memories!

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Tropika2975 Cambie Street, Vancouver
Good food but service needs improvement
Submitted Thursday, February 3, 2011 - 4:54pm [Dine in]

I have been to this location many times and was happy with their service, but judging by my recent visit with a couple of friends, their service is a bit messed up. The server took a dish off our table when it was not even finished. Also tried to impose a 15% tip on our bill despite the fact that we had only 4 people, which we refused to give.

Bak Guh Teh and Roti Canai are items that I would recommend.

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Corner 234008 Cambie Street, Vancouver
Excellent service
Submitted Thursday, January 28, 2010 - 2:04pm [Dine in]

I have been to this place several times for lunch, and now it has become my first choice for lunch at work. I don't eat pork hock myself, and usually order other items such as fried rice w/char siu and salted chicken nuggets. The food portion is quite large, so I can usually pack up the remainder for another meal afterwards. The salted chicken nuggets come with rice and three side items, all of which are quite delicious.

I am most impressed with their service. The waiters/waitresses are very well-trained, gentle, polite and attentive. When you wave at them, they come very quickly, unlike some other restaurants where you get frustrated getting the waiters/waitresses to come by. If a dish takes a long time to cook, they will remind you at the very beginning. On ambience, I like their choice of music (mostly contemporary Taiwanese, David Tao, Soda green etc), but the smell is a bit strong at times.

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