Submitted Wednesday, January 6, 2010 - 1:44pm [Dine in]
I get lunch take out from here about once every two weeks.
Food: The last few times that we have gotten take out we ordered
N9. PAD THAI - Decent but I have had much better else where.
N10. SPICY DRUNKEN NOODLE - Tasty sand spicy just the way I like it. One of my favorite items on their menu
Service: I only get take out, but they don't look to be a happy bunch.
Value: About a 2-3 more then it should be for the quality of food compared to the sounding area restaurant.
Ambiance: I have yet to eat in the restaurant, I always get take out.
Its OK but not great, I'm planning on coming back mainly because of lack of other options.
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Submitted Tuesday, December 15, 2009 - 1:12pm [Dine in]
Food/Value: There is nothing outstanding about this place. It got a pretty standard lunch box special that comes with California rolls, small thing of teriyaki chicken with rice, salad, and 4 pc tempura for $8.
Ambiance: Its has gotten better here over the years. Now they have Black stained wood furniture instead of Ikea stuff and that does help. But again nothing special.
Service: I only order take out, A year ago they had this lovely server that remembered my order and name but she moved on to bigger and better things.
I eat here about once a week, and I plan to keep coming back.
There are places cheaper, there are places fancier, this place is just right in the middle.
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Submitted Friday, June 13, 2008 - 3:31pm [Dine in]
I been coming back to this place every week since it opened for lunch take out. (I have yet to dine in) We usually get 2 Po-boys one with yam fries, the other with rice.
We switch up what po-boys we get each week to try and keep it interesting. Most of the time we get one calamari and one of the other types.
The yam fries are out standing, some of the best in town.
My favorites include Calamari Po-boy, pulled pork, Crab cakes, Black chicken.
My only complaint is that its costs about $8-9 per Po-boy ($20 for lunch for 2 people). I can't afford do that every day. Thia food just down the street at Cambie and 16th is only $5 and is much more reasonable.
So until they drop the price be a $1 or $2 I will only be eating there once a week.
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Submitted Monday, June 9, 2008 - 10:00pm [Dine in]
Great and Fast service, Good food, pleasant abeyance
There server was on top of her game, she knew all about the beers, and food.
All in all a great meal for a rainy day. I will defiantly be back again.
Mussels, Hotpot, Kobe salad, Boccaccio salad, Chicken wings, Poutine fries with miso gravy, and a few deserts.
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Submitted Wednesday, November 29, 2006 - 2:12pm [Dine in]
The atmospheres is pretty nice, they have an area where you can sit down on the floor on pillows, and the normal chair and table area with present music plays in the back ground.
The portions are smaller the some of the other places I have been too but it always fills me up, the good is very good and there lunch specials are great
Less then $6 for most lunch items and 12-15 for the dinner.
Service is fast and the waiters are approachable and attentive.
I would suggest this place to anyone in the area and I might even be convinced to travel some distance to eat here.
Worth a visit
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