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geoffbilnew westminsterSince March 18, 200724 Reviews
Average Rating
3 (2.9)
  • Food3 (2.8)
  • Service3.5 (3.3)
  • Value3 (2.8)
  • Ambiance3 (2.8)


Displaying 21 - 24 of 24 Reviews Found
Fortune Place Restaurant832 12th Street, New Westminster
Take-out would probably be best
Submitted Tuesday, March 20, 2007 - 1:10am [Dine in]

Definitely the best Chinese/Korean food I've had in the New West area, and the family that runs the restaurant is always friendly. My only quibbles are that they tend to go a little overkill on the green pepper, and the interior of the restaurant, while obviously clean, looks a little too much like an office to be all that appetizing. Prices are average, food certainly above average. When I can afford take-out next, it will be something to look forward to.

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La Spaghetteria232 Sixth Street, New Westminster
nice look, disappointing food
Submitted Tuesday, March 20, 2007 - 1:01am [Dine in]

Like any other restaurant, this place likely has its specialties, but I'm not going to waste any more hard-earned money trying to discover them. The patio made a lovely setting for a summer evening, but the food we ordered was a huge letdown. We ordered this appetizer dish with meat and fruit (can't remember the name) which was nearly $10, the cantaloupe had mould on the shell, and one of the cold-cuts was discoloured. My pasta came in an extremely bland sauce that tasted like it came from a powdered mix, and the deep-fried cheese appy that we ordered was extremely overpriced for its size and lack of taste. The patio is so nice there that we likely could have settled for a somewhat mediocre meal, but the food was bad enough that we'll never go back again.

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Thirsty Duck, The606 12th Street, New Westminster
Good value
Submitted Tuesday, March 20, 2007 - 12:51am [Dine in]

This pub is somewhat of a bright spot along the dilapidated twelfth street area in New West. The drinks are likely the cheapest in town, the decor is relaxing, and the menu has some interesting dishes on it (the burgers and potachos are particularly good - if a tad hard on the old ticker). Hockey nights are noisy like any other pub, but there are chances to win free drinks, etc., with every home team goal. I've never had any trouble with the service either. While I didn't particularly enjoy the steak special, and I make a point of never ordering anything with too many vegetables here (the salads are of dubious quality in my experience), the prices, service and reasonable food will keep me coming back.

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Burger Heaven Restaurant77 10th Street, New Westminster
somewhat unique but overpriced
Submitted Tuesday, March 20, 2007 - 12:38am [Dine in]

I've been coming to Burger Heaven on and off for 8 years. The food tends to be decent, but it doesn't warrant the inflated price. The decor needs a reno as well. Last time I went, I thought the food was good, but the (relatively) small portion, the slow service, and the cheap-diner looking decor made the nearly $20 bill (for one burger platter, 3 or so toppings, fries with cheese and bacon) seem more than a little outrageous. Like most of the clientele I tend to see in there, I think I'll wait until I'm in my fifties and can afford to splurge on ultra-casual, kind of mediocre, food. My advice: Find a good pub, and you'll enjoy yourself just as much (if not more) for less money.

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