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gakkyrichmondSince January 22, 200810 Reviews
Average Rating
3 (3.1)
  • Food3 (2.9)
  • Service3.5 (3.5)
  • Value2 (2)
  • Ambiance3 (3.2)

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Pho Cao Van Vietnamese Restaurant8191 Saba Rd, #150, Richmond
I only come here cause its close to work.
Submitted Wednesday, July 30, 2008 - 9:18pm [Dine in]

I used to go to this restaurant a lot when I was a still in high school, but that was probably because I was always near there and didn't have a car. But now I only go there when I'm on my lunch break and I want pho cause theres nothing else around. The service is pretty bad and there have been numerous occasions where I almost got soup splashed because the short vietnamese lady slammed the bowl down so hard. The food does come super quick though. I'm pretty sure last time I went there I ordered, went to piss, and came back and the noodles was already on my table. If you have other alternatives I would suggest not coming here. Oh, and the cooks like to smoke and cook at the same time, so watch out for pieces of black things in your soup, its probably ash. If you don't believe me just take a look through the kitchen door the stove is right beside the door.

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Kimchi Nara Korean BBQ7997 Westminster Hwy, #209, Richmond
Pretty Good Korean in Richmond
Submitted Saturday, February 9, 2008 - 9:08pm [Dine in]

I would say that Kimchi Nara is one of the best choice for korean restaurant IN RICHMOND. The food is pretty good and consistent, the best deal would probably be the lunch deals, apparently though I heard they jacked the price up by a dollar or 2. Good bibimbap, the restaurant is owned by a couple I think, the wife, who is also the cook, is korean and the man is white and works the front. Sometimes when it gets busy it can be a little slow because at lunch it is just the man working but foods good so who cares.

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Sushi House3779 Sexsmith Rd, #2182, Richmond
Good place for sushi.
Submitted Saturday, February 9, 2008 - 8:50pm [Dine in]

I used to always go to the Burnaby one, but since this is closer I come here now. I still think they are not as good here compared to the burnaby one, but then I haven't been to the Burnaby one in a while and I heard it sucks balls now. Anyways, this place has always had fresh sushi and sashimi everytime I come here at a reasonable price. I noticed lately though that some of their rolls (can't remember was it house or BC roll) are getting pretty friggin huge, (like chinese owned sushi restaurant huge). Thats kind of a bad thing, I don't want to be eating baseball sized sushi. But overall its good.

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Banzai Sushi House8251 Westminster Highway, Richmond
Baseball Sushi!
Submitted Saturday, February 9, 2008 - 8:45pm [Dine in]

From what I remember when I came here, the biggest rolls were about 1/2 the size of my fist. Me and 2 of my friends ordered the party tray A, it was $20 and we ate about 3/4 of it and were so full we were about to sh*t our pants. Some people like this kind of sushi, to me when I eat this everything tastes about the same.

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Parkside1906 Haro St., Vancouver
Should be 25$ Dineout
Submitted Monday, February 4, 2008 - 3:02pm [Dine in]

Looking at the normal menu seeing all the prices for the entrees regularly are around 20$, I think this place should have been a 25$ dineout instead of 35$. The restaurant itself was very nice, more intimate setting and old style decor. The food itself was good, but nothing extremely special I don't think. Don't want to go into detail, but I would say its like 1 step above Milestones type restaurant. One thing to note was the Pineapple Upsidedown Cake was so good.

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CinCin Ristorante + Bar1154 Robson Street, Vancouver
Good Experience
Submitted Monday, February 4, 2008 - 2:57pm [Dine in]

Came here for Dineout, the service was really good, the waiters were really attentive and professional but never annoying. The appy was really good, but I think the entree could have been better. I had the Pork and it was pretty good but not great. The desserts though were really very good, especially the Tiramisu. The vanilla ice cream cream puff were excellent and the other cake was good too but a little bit too sweet.

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Don Francesco Ristorante860 Burrard Street, Vancouver
Great Tiramisu
Submitted Sunday, February 3, 2008 - 10:03pm [Dine in]

Went here for Dineout, I like the restaurant itself, really feels Italian. Sat by the window and was really comfortable till a junkie walked by outside in the courtyard and started climbing into the bush... I guess thats not the restaurants fault though. Service was a little slow, but I guess it was dineout and the restaurant was full and we were sitting in a corner. Appy's were pretty good (seafood linguine and soup). Had the cod for main, it was not bad, nothing too special though. Probably should have gone with the Veal instead. The dessert was great though, Tiramisu really light and flavourful, the other pear tart and orange cake were good. The staff was nice though, they keep making jokes that none of us understood, maybe its italian humor or something.

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Mongolie Grill8400 Alexandra Road, Richmond
GOod service
Submitted Monday, January 21, 2008 - 10:50pm [Dine in]

Let me say the service is very good in here. The short chinese man waiter is very helpful and so nice. And the chef so cool flip the noodle around. But after those everything is bad... BAD! Even the food I can smell the smell is so not fresh.. after I went home I had to 'you know what' 3 times and 3 days. I think they use the "teriyaki" beef to cover the taste and smell, but still after you eat it your stomach ccannot hide. it is game over. and i dont' know why they no use lights just using the candle... i can't see anything. maybe that is what they want .. so i cannot see the food is un-fresh... holy god . i will never come here again. but if you go give the waiter good tip. he is so nice.

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Ninkazu Japanese Restaurant4231 Hazelbridge Way, #205, Richmond
Best AYCE in Richmond
Submitted Monday, January 21, 2008 - 10:42pm [Dine in]

Because all the AYCE restaurant in Richmond have go to the s***hole this is a very happy experience. Food is quite fresh for AYCE and have a large selection. I order the Deluxe menu I think is 22.95. not too bad for that price you get many varities sashimi like the hamachi, geoduck, ikura, abalone.. you know. The restaurnt is still clean.. lets hope it stay that way. And the food come fast and they don't rush you. Except I hate they chop up the oyster motoyaki. One order only have 1/2 piece oyster... WTF holy god.. but i still enjoy my time

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Sushi World4540 No. 3 Rd, Richmond
Whale size sashimi...
Submitted Monday, January 21, 2008 - 10:30pm [Dine in]

this place like the samurai sushi.
in the whole restaurant working there is all chinese people. it is okay because they are friendley service and make the sushi very quickly.

the roll is almost same size as my hand. but they even beat samurai in the sashimi. i ordered 9 piece tuna but i get the 9 piece tuna/salmon..so wrong order. when i get home i open the box and each sashimi is so FREAKKING HUGE! each piece at last 5 cm wide. in those 9 piece i can make 18 piece! holy god

but if you want the cheap sushi bigger than your head then order here.

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