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frenchie75White RockSince June 21, 200837 Reviews
Average Rating
4 (3.8)
  • Food4 (4.1)
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  • Value3.5 (3.6)
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Sushi Mori19653 Willowbrook Drive, #160, Langley
Pleasant dining experience
Submitted Wednesday, July 27, 2016 - 7:07pm [Take-out]

I always enjoy dining at Sushi Mori as the service is always very friendly and the ambience of the restaurant is fun with sakura blossoms overhead and lots of detail in decor. The menu offers a great selection and has many interesting and creative rolls. I don't like a lot of sauces on my rolls so I haven't experimented that much with too much of the menu but my more adventurous dining partners enjoy most of what they order. Overall it is one of my favourite places to order take out from since the quality of the food is very good and they are quick and have never gotten my order wrong.

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Sakuya1593 128th St, Surrey
Very good little hidden restaurant
Submitted Saturday, February 13, 2016 - 11:07pm [Dine in]

I honestly keep forgetting this place is here. It's a very nice restaurant that I love to go to with my family ..., when I remember it's there. It's really rather tucked away beside an insurance office and veterinarian clinic. It has a very nice cosy ambience and the food is very well done for a small community Japanese restaurant. Presentation is very nice and I feel the quality is quite high. The staff are very welcoming and hard working. Now that I've written this review I'm going to make it more of a priority to come here more often since it really is a great little place within walking distance to my home.

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Pho 77715230 Russell Ave, White Rock
Very happy with this new restaurant
Submitted Tuesday, July 30, 2013 - 10:10pm [Take-out]

This place kind of sprung up overnight. I was walking by to go to the excellent Malaysian restaurant next door when I noticed the little bistro that had been there had closed down and a notice in the window announced that a new Pho restaurant was going to be opening the following week. I liked the bistro had been there but was super excited to see a Vietnamese restaurant was opening up. White Rock is sorely missing many good, authentic types of ethnic cuisines. I actually was their first customer when they opened their doors the following week. Service was a little confused (of course) on my first encounter, but the employees were all very nice and the atmosphere was very friendly. I got my order to go and took it home to share with my husband. We were both delighted that the Pho was delicious. Usually Pho can be either too salty, sweet, bland or oily.... but this soup had a lovely balance of flavours and depth without any of these unappealing tastes. The salad rolls are well assembled and have a nice mix of vegetables and herbs without dulling it down by using a tonne of rice noodles as a filler. Their Vietnamese subs are nicely done with very flavourful ingredients (lemon chicken and omelet are my favourites) although I wish the bun was not so dense.
Over all, Pho 777 is a great addition to White Rock and the food, atmosphere and service are all better than I expected for the area. Also the prices are very fair for the quality and location of the restaraunt. Seek them out and I hope you enjoy your meal(s) as much as we do.

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Ban Chok Dee Thai Cuisine20563 Douglas Crescent, Langley
Thai at it's best
Submitted Tuesday, May 15, 2012 - 2:18pm [Dine in]

I think the last reviewer Amythist is crazy. This excellent Thai restaurant is NOT expensive. It's more reasonably priced than most Thai (usually actually Chinese masquerading as Thai) restaurants. The woman that runs it is actually from Thailand, as are her staff. They use authentic Thai ingredients such as Keffir lime leaves, tamarind, lemongrass, thai basil, Asian eggplant...etc.... something you don't find very often in Thai restaurants. The portions are very generous. I really don't understand how anyone can say that they aren't. Just look at the pictures of their dishes on this website (dinehere.ca). I have tried every Thai restaurant in Vancouver and the lower mainland and this is the most authentic Thai restaurant I've discovered. I drive from White Rock several times a week just to pick up food from them. The restaurant is very clean and has a nice modern feel to it. The food is beautifully presented and is delicious...... seriously! I think the best part is the service though. The waitresses are all very hard working and are so very nice. Parking is not at all a nightmare since there is a huge parking lot (free) right across the street where the Army and Navy and IGA are located.

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Old Spaghetti Factory14200 Entertainment Blvd, #110, Richmond
Old Time Fun
Submitted Friday, May 13, 2011 - 12:58am [Dine in]

My husband and I took my parents out for dinner the other night at the Old Spaghetti Factory. Growing up, we used to go quite often to the one in Gastown. It was quite a bit of a trek from White Rock, but it was such an adventure to go there. Since we were kind of a cheap family, having a chance to have a full meal .... salad, spaghetti, ice cream and unlimited pop.... was a real treat..... and a nice change from ordering the cheapest thing on the menu like at other restaurants. I remember the service was always really great.... the only bad thing were the long waits to get a table. One of my favourite memory is going with my entire family to the OSF in Gastown and then going to the Stanley Park Christmas Train afterwards.... that was a tradition that we have managed to maintain for almost 30 years since we still all get together every year to do this! The only difference is that there are more of us now. This was our first time trying out the Richmond location and it was really nice. The service right away was very welcoming. They were more then willing to accommodate our seating arrangement (my dad has difficulty with booths) and brought our drinks right away. The food was actually really good. We all enjoyed our meals and also enjoyed the ambience of the restaurant. My dad asked our waiter a random question and he went to find the answer for him right away which I thought was really nice. A washroom stop showed the facility to be very clean and well tended. The only thing I missed in this OSF was the cable car in the middle of the restaurant. I used to love it when we were able to have dinner in the one in Gastown......
Thanks for a great evening and hope to be back soon!

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Thai Basil1215 Thurlow St, Vancouver
Thai the way it's supposed to be done
Submitted Thursday, March 31, 2011 - 7:42pm [Dine in]

My husband and I lived in Toronto for many years and enjoyed the accessibility to many ethnic foods and restaurants. Vancouver is superior in so many ways to the big TO, but still lacks the availabiilty a lot of inexpensive exotic cuisine. Finding Thai food that was exceptional was very easy to do in TO, but seems more difficult to do here for some reason. I do a lot of my own Thai cooking since it's a lot of fun to play around with the combination of flavours the Thai are so famous for. Thai Basil is the real deal.... at least to my palate. They are not a fusion or Chinese version of Thai.... neither which seem to find the right balance of sweet/sour/hot/salty. Pretty much everything we've ordered has been absolutely lovely, both in flavour and in presentation. When you are presented with a steaming hot and colourful dish of noodles or curry that is so fragrant your taste buds start to ache from anticipation..... you know it's good food. There is very little seating here but it's a shame not to sit down to eat in since they bring the food to you so nicely plated with all the beautiful and vibrant colours of the vegetables and herbs. We usually do take out though since it's usually more convenient. Takeout for the most part is very quick and they take credit cards, so that is a bonus if you don't carry cash.

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Phat1055 Mainland Street, Vancouver
Groupons not welcome
Submitted Monday, March 28, 2011 - 8:47pm [Dine in]

I had a similar experience as the last reviewer. I had bought 3 Groupons (as was permitted) and went to use 2 of them a couple of weeks ago with my husband. As we approached the restaurant we paused outside to look at the menu stationed at the entrance. We were holding our Groupons in our hands in order to present them right away. A man standing at the entrance came over to us and said something like, " Oh great, more Groupon users". We told him yes, we came to use them before they ran out. He told us he was the owner of the restaurant and that he hated Groupon..... he said he'd been pressured to participate and that a lot of the people coming in using the Groupons were deadbeats. I totally understand where he is coming from in many ways since he said he had to hire extra staff in order to handle the increased volume.... but at the same time I kept thinking "Isn't it good to have more people coming in?". He said that he couldn't wait for the Groupon promotion to be over and that he was going to celebrate with his staff since it had been such a pain in the a**. Of course you may get some less than desirable people, but you also get the good people who will hopefully return and become repeat customers and also refer other people to you. At this point I was starting to feel kind of uncomfortable about even presenting our Groupons. The cashier did not give us a hard time about using one per person but we had to do 2 separate transactions in order to do so (which is normal). I ordered a mushroom barley soup and a garden salad. My husband ordered the smoked meat on rye. I must say that the soup and salad were really good... the portion size was very generous and everything was fresh. The sandwich was really good. The smoked meat came from Montreal (Swartz's?) and it went very well with the consistency of the bread. A nice sandwich indeed, with a good amount of meat. We finished off the meal with some little corn muffins which they had just baked.... they are the best I've ever eaten. Overall we really liked the food (at least what we had), but we felt that the owner perhaps should maybe be a less vocal to his customers about his Groupon participation. He made the decision to participate..... therefore he should not make his customers feel guilty about taking advantage of his promotion to try out his restaurant. I still had one more Groupon to use which expired yesterday, but I would rather take a loss on it than try to go in and use it in Phat..... it's not worth the guilt trip I fear will be laden upon me.

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Morrison Cafe12855 16th Ave, Surrey
Diner? Cafe?
Submitted Sunday, March 13, 2011 - 10:43pm [Dine in]

This is a diner.... or a cafe..... not sure what the difference is.... maybe cafe brings to mind a quaint little eatery in most people's mind. Whereas, a diner may seem more rough and tumble. I happen to love diners.... they are a dying breed and I like to think that we have one in our small community.... and a good one at that!
Morrison's serves up a hearty breakfast and lunch to us locals. The food is actually very good.... it's nothing too fancy, but you get a great bang for your buck both in terms of food and service. My family goes here pretty much every Sunday morning and even though it's usually quite crowded, our orders are brought fast and the coffees/teas are constantly topped up. The smoked salmon eggs benedict is a favorite with us, but the daily specials are often interesting and good as well.

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Wired Monk Coffee Bistro12219 Beecher Street, #100, Surrey
Great place to start your day
Submitted Sunday, March 13, 2011 - 10:41pm [Dine in]

We love to go for early morning walks on the beach and we usually start or end our walks here. The coffee is good and they make freshly baked muffins that are so amazingly good straight out of the oven. The couple who run this bistro are very nice and make us feel very welcome every morning. When you come here often enough you get to know the regulars and I love that. Nice ambience in a clean, well spaced room with comfortable seating. In the nicer weather they are open later in the evening and have a music night on Wednesdays for local musicians.

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Sunflower Organic Cafe12310 Beecher Street, Surrey
Why hasn't anyone reviewed this place yet?
Submitted Sunday, March 13, 2011 - 10:36pm [Dine in]

The little cafe has the true essence of Crescent Beach. Crescent Beach has always been a little haven for artistic folk. It's a community that was built as a resort community with small beach cottages and lots and lots of artistic talent. This cafe captures that in it's quaint and organic feel. Nothing is fancy.... it's all very homey and comfortable. It's a place where all the locals go to hang out and say hi to each other. They are open for breakfast and lunch and serve very very good homemade meals and baked goods. The coffee and most of the foods served are organic. Their muffins are the wholesome homemade kind that are nutritious, filled with grains, fruits, nuts and raisins instead of sugar and white flour/sugar. Many vegetarian options on the menu. Local artists display their eclectic paintings on the walls.
I love this place and would go here every morning if they opened a little earlier but I'm at work by the time they open their doors at nine. I hope that you guys drop in if you happen to be around Crescent Beach. It's a great place to go to get the feel of what Crescent Beach is...... and hopefully will continue to be.

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Salt Cellar Delicatessen12901 16 Avenue, #21, Surrey
Another of our local favorites
Submitted Wednesday, March 9, 2011 - 8:29pm [Dine in]

The Salt Cellar has been here in Ocean Park since I was born (I won't tell you exactly how long that is, but it's more than 30 years). I can not remember a time when this lovely little deli hasn't been a part of our small community. The reason they have been here so long is because they are loved by all of us here in the community. The owners take care of us by serving us delicious, home made food with care and devotion. Cheryl is very dedicated to her craft and the evidence is in the taste. There are many pre-made foods such as salads, pastas, curries, ratatouille..... as well as a good selection of very good meats and cheeses. If you are wanting something hot for lunch, there are delicious sandwiches and soups, as well as daily specials, that help sustain most of the merchants working in other stores around the plaza. We are lucky to have this deli and hope it will remain for another 30 + years.

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Delitalia Fine Foods1629A 128th Street, Surrey
Little piece of Italy in Ocean Park
Submitted Wednesday, March 9, 2011 - 8:06pm [Dine in]

This is a little Italian deli that specializes in high end deli foods such as meats/cheeses/olives...... mostly everything is imported. There are many Italian products such as vinegars, olive oils, seasonings, etc. and frozen pre-made foods such as pastas, Italian desserts, sauces, soups...... all in all, everything you need to prepare a fine Italian meal can be found here.... and at a reasonable price. The owners are very geniune people who love their customers and want to see them happy. My husband and I live in the area and often go here for lunch. There are only 2 tables inside (and 2 outside for nice days).... but many people get their orders to go. If you come here, make sure to have one of their paninis as they are excellent. They can be customized with choices of meat and cheese from their deli.... and man are they good. They can be served with a wonderful homemade soup (usually vegetable based) or one of their lovely salads (our favorite is the roasted vegetable salad). They also serve fantastic thin crust pizzas and pastas (which we haven't tried yet). To end your lunch they carry some home made desserts (we usually have the frozen gelato that they carry in their frozen food case at the back..... it's really good even though it's not freshly made) and fresh espresso..... it used to be Illy, but I think they may have changed to another company recently. It's a little bit hidden, but it's definitely worth going to for a wonderful lunch or to find a great selection of quality Italian products.

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Black Tuna Sushi1459 Johnston Road, White Rock
A Pleasant Surprise
Submitted Wednesday, March 9, 2011 - 7:39pm [Take-out]

I ordered take-out from Black Tuna today and waited about 10 mins. while my order was being prepared. They brought out this large plastic bag and I thanked them and went home. When I opened the bag, part of my order was missing. I phoned the restaurant and the man who answered (the owner I believe) knew right away what I was calling about. He apologized for the mistake and told me that he'd give me a complimentary order of tempura when I came to pick up the missing part of my order. I told him that wasn't necessary since it was a mistake and it wasn't a big deal. When I went back to the restaurant 3 of the employees came out to apologize for the mistake. My order was waiting for me to pick up, as well as a large order of tempura. The owner also insisted on giving me $5 (25% of the cost of my order), which I didn't want to take. He was very insistent (but pleasantly so).... I was just blown away by this level of service. Mistakes happen in business everyday.... this was not a big deal, but they remedied the problem with great tact. As you can tell from my previous review, I really like the food at Black Tuna, but their service has clinched it for me. And that, ladies and gentlemen, is how it's supposed to be done!

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Beansprout Bubble Tea House3189 King George Highway, #14, Surrey
Hidden, but worth finding
Submitted Monday, February 21, 2011 - 7:24pm [Dine in]

I am so happy to see people discovering this little cafe..... it is hidden beside the Rona and is not too visible unless you are looking for it. I am very happy to have such a well presented Vietnamese cafe here in south Surrey.... which is somewhat lacking in ethnic flavours. Firstly the service here is wonderful.... they are so polite and welcoming. We've only had the chicken and vegetable banh mi, but they are really good..... the bread is much lighter than most Viet subs.... and they shred the chicken (which my husband prefers). I like the soups here as well although most people who have frequented the Vietnamese restaurants on Kingsway and such will say they are of poor value since they are much smaller than the monster portions you get at those places. Since I can never eat that much soup anyways, I don't mind a smaller bowl (particularly since I can't tolerate that much salty broth in one sitting). I admit, I am hardly a bubble tea expert, but I do know I like the taste of the bubble teas I've experienced here. They certainly do the trick for me. I really enjoy talking to the young man who works here..... he is very friendly to all the customers who come in..... but the ladies who work in the back are equally as nice.

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Siam Thai Cuisine1990 152nd Street, #2, Surrey
Bon Sushi is now Siam Thai
Submitted Wednesday, June 2, 2010 - 7:11pm [Dine in]

Rejoice fellow South Surreyites and White Rockers! There's a new restaurant in town .... and it's Thai! In an area that is in desperate need of some more diverse dining options, a bright star has appeared. In the location that has seen a high turn-over of restaurants in the last few years, this restaurant will prevail I believe.
Firstly, the couple who run it have run a restaurant near the harbour in Victoria for many years. They have decided to come over here to start a restaurant since their son is going to school here in the lower mainland. It was their son who greeted us as we first entered. He is an exceptionally well spoken and very personable young man whom is working for his parents while attending university. He explained the menu items to us even though I do a lot of Thai cooking, it was nice to be able to converse about different ingredients, cooking techniques, etc. Today was their opening day, so there were a few small glitches.... but otherwise lunch was phenomenal. They have redecorated this restaurant very tastefully and it has a beautiful aura about it now. The menu items seem very reasonably priced and are fairly diverse. My husband and I ordered the Tom Yum Goong soup and the lunch special #2 with red curry, Thai vegetables, rice and a starter soup. Everything we ordered was very good. Nothing was that spicy since we requested mild spicing. The owners son brought out a condiment tray that contained four various forms of spices so that we could spice the dishes as we liked. I really liked this since it allowed us to experiment a bit was various flavours (which was explained to us).
Since it was their first day, there was a lot of inquires into how we were enjoying the food and a genuine interest in our reply.
They are still waiting for an outside sign..... so difficult to know they are open unless you are looking. Despite this there was quite a bit of passer-bys whom stopped to pick up a menu or came in to see what new restaurant had opened up.
I am so happy that a good Thai restaurant has opened up.... good service, good food, good location (free parking).
I should mention that we ordered a fried banana with honey and vanilla ice cream for dessert...... oh my...... I really didn't think I'd like this since I'm not fond of deep fried anything.... but this is one I really, really liked...... maybe too much.......

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Vault, The5764 176 Street, Surrey
We had a great time
Submitted Monday, February 8, 2010 - 12:40pm [Dine in]

Being Sunday night, the Vault wasn't that busy but it still had a warm ambiance that was very welcoming on a dark cold February night. We were meeting my parents there to thank them for helping us build a shed. We were impressed right away by the service. The waitress from San Diego we had was very, very attentive and friendly..... she was always there making sure to top up waters/refill warm water for tea/coffee....
The menu has a good selection and we all had a difficult time making a decision. Once we decided, the food came out within 10-15 mins. and it was all very well prepared..... the steak and seafood was surprisingly prepared perfectly. The plating was very nice as well. We were impressed by the portion sizes as well for the price. Also $5 glass of mystery house wine was perfect..... a surprisingly decent plunk.
We ordered the banana spring rolls and banana creme brulee for desert and enjoyed both very much.... maybe more so the spring rolls though since they came out hot and crispy with a nearly melted hot banana and strawberry filling, dusted with sugar and served with chocolate dipping sauce and real whipping cream..... very nice!
We had a fabulous time.... the music was old classic music from the 50s? which suited all of us just fine... it suited the restaurant.
I looks like we've found a keeper!

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Small Ritual Coffee Society1237 Johnson Road, White Rock
New Coffee Shop in Little Ol' White Rock
Submitted Friday, November 27, 2009 - 11:00pm [Dine in]

This place is seriously cool! It has been completely renovated and is very contemporary and lovely to sit in. They have a neat little play area for kids in a room off to the side where parents can oversee their children while they sit back and chill with friends or a paper. The seating is comfortable and well spaced so that you have lots of room to get comfortable without infringing on your neighbor or vice/versa. I believe they have WIFI, but since I don't do that sort of thing in coffee shops I'm not sure.
They make a pretty good latte/coffee though and their steamed milk is the best I've ever had, seriously. It is creamy, smooth and delicious! The barista has a magic touch I think. I believe they locally source their beans.... maybe from JJ Beans???
Excellent service, personably baristas, yummy baked goods, great ambience, great location... what more could you ask for???? Maybe more hours!!!! Please open up earlier than 8 on weekdays, and 10 on Saturdays..... and close later than 6/7 o'clock..... and OPEN on Sundays!!!!! Seriously, you have tons of people walking by early Sat morning and all day Sunday looking for a coffee and a place to meet up with friends/read the paper......PLEASE!

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Maple Sushi2385 King George Highway, Surrey
I think Maple is pretty darn good!
Submitted Friday, November 27, 2009 - 10:41pm [Dine in]

I have been going to Maple since it opened. Before it was another Japanese/Chinese restaurant called Rainbow Sushi which wasn't very memorable. I have actually always found the service here to be pretty good. They are quick with takeout orders as well as bringing you your food when you are sitting in to eat. Last spring I had had dental surgery due to an accident and was extremely groggy. After not eating all day long, my mom decided I needed some fresh air and food, so she brought me here. That is the one time I honestly don't remember eating here (or anything else for that matter) but the waitress certainly remembered me! Now every time I go in here either for pick up or a sit down meal, the waitress and staff always inquire how I am and show a lot of concern. But even before that, the service has always been pleasant and the wait staff always converse with every one I go with.... my parents, their friends, my husband..... and we are all definitely white!
The food is consistently good. Even though it's probably not "authentic" Japanese since the staff are of other Asian descent and they also serve Chinese food.... it's still good and inexpensive. I like it because they have a lot of menu items to choose from which makes it easier to meet here for dinner with various people with various tastes. Although I love Japanese, the same can't be said for my dining companions..... especially some of my parent's age.
I am very happy to have Maple Sushi around as a stand-by restaurant as it's consistent, friendly, clean and comfortable.

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La Charcuterie Delicatessen19080 96 Ave, Surrey
This man is a sweetheart!
Submitted Wednesday, November 25, 2009 - 5:51am [Dine in]

Oops, I probably shouldn't say that since I don't want to ruin his reputation. He has successfully cultivated a reputation for being a foul mouthed, obnoxious, out spoken man.... as observed by the warning signs as you enter his establishment.
I have been reading with interest the posts here on DineHere.ca reviewing La Chacuterie for quite a while. So today I convinced my husband and mom to come for a drive and grab a sandwich. We drove from White Rock and found this little deli quite easily.
Upon entering, we could hear the man behind the counter joking around with the men already in line. Once he looked up and saw my mom and I though he told everyone that he was going to keep it clean from now on for the ladies. I must say that he was so funny and courteous to my mom and I..... sure, he made some innuendo type comments (I'll see you later....after I close) to my mom but she loved it! She was laughing and blushing and joking right back! I think she would have been a bit disappointed and insulted if he hadn't!!!! We also felt a little bad that he wasn't maybe being as much as a "showman" as he probably would have been if we hadn't been there since I'm sure all the other men who came in while we were there most likely expected him to be.
He conversed very well in french with my husband and showed his fine taste and knowledge by his recommendations in art and food. His outer mannerisms and language bely an inner intelligence and worldliness.
We decided on #8 on the menu, which is basically letting him compile the sandwich to his liking.
The poppy seed bread we selected (he has 4 or 5 various breads to choose from) was very fresh and crispy without being too dense. The meat and vegetables were of good quality... herbed cheese, lean cut quality meats..... very impressive! What was most impressive though was the size. It can easily be 2 meals or 1 meal shared between 2-3 people..... and packaged well for the workmen who come in (there was a constant stream of them while we were there).
This man is very hard working, very dedicated to his craft and very hard not to like. He is a true "sandwich artist".

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Harbour House12233 Beecher St., #101, Surrey
I'm so happy with this new restaurant.
Submitted Tuesday, November 3, 2009 - 11:14pm [Dine in]

I live very close to the Harbour House restaurant but never went before because of the bad experiences others had found when dining there. Now it is under new ownership and has because a very good Japanese restaurant. We went there tonight for dinner and had a lovely meal in a warm contemporary environment. My husband ordered the bulgogi which came out sizzling hot on a cast iron pan. It was very tasty and not oily which was a nice change from so many places that serve this Korean dish. I ordered the oshitashi, tuna roll, shitake roll and asparagus roll. All my items were prepared so well. The oshitashi was light and fresh. The tuna was exceptionally fresh and delicious... no fishy taste at all. The shitake was a little peppery which was so nice. All the rolls had a perfect rice consistency and high quality nori.
Our waitress was very attentive and cute. She was always replenishing our tea and asking us how we were enjoying our meal.
Very worth checking out.

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