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GourmetvanFairview Slopes, VancouverSince June 10, 20104 Reviews
Average Rating
4 (3.8)
  • Food4.5 (4.3)
  • Service3.5 (3.5)
  • Value4 (4)
  • Ambiance3.5 (3.3)

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Dunn's Famous827 Seymour Street, Vancouver
New fan of smoked meat
Submitted Monday, January 23, 2012 - 3:35pm [Take-out]

Dunns has made me a huge fan of smoked meat and I love their downtown vancouver restaurant, the value is incredible. The reason I write is because I stopped at Kaplan's the other day now that I am officially a smoked meat fan and was so disapointed. Compared to Dunns Kaplan's was really expensive, the bread way too soft and the mustard too sweet. I actually felt ripped off compared to Dunns, though I will say Kaplan's pickles were better

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Go Fish1521 West Broadway, Vancouver
New Go Fish visit went swimmingly :)
Submitted Saturday, August 13, 2011 - 11:35pm [Dine in]

Sorry, couldn't resist. Tried it tonight, loved it.Short line up, nothing like the wait down at Granville Island. Awesome fish and chips, great fish tacos and wine prices were fantastic - almost cheap!

Hey, didn't want to write more but the site is making me write 50 words. So great to have Go Fish in my hood, going to be a regular.

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Incendio2118 Burrard Street, Vancouver
Incendio West (on Burrard) - New Owners. New (bad) attitude
Submitted Monday, January 31, 2011 - 10:31am [Dine in]

Incendio on Burrard has new owners. This spring they will be changing the name but in the mean time they are still riding the coattails of the REAL incendio reputation. This was the 2nd time I have been in since the change and the food has really gone downhill. On our latest visit the server was very nice, though lacked any knowledge of food and wine. I preferred this over the snotty waiter we had last time. On our latest visit the wine we ordered was out of stock. The wine they brought us was so corked you could smell it across the table. We told the server who didn’t know what corked meant, and asked her just to get another bottle. No big deal, it happens, not anyone’s fault. She returned with the wine list saying the manager (owner?) has told her to have us order another bottle as there was nothing wrong with the first bottle - So either he was a total jerk and didn't even try the wine, just assumed two women wouldn't know a thing about wine, or he was an idiot and couldn’t tell when a wine is corked. They need to change the name soon so no one else will mix it up with the good restaurant it once was. Two strikes, you’re' out!

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Smoking Dog Bistro, The1889 W 1st Avenue, Vancouver
A new discovery, loved it!
Submitted Thursday, June 10, 2010 - 6:26pm [Dine in]

Well not exactly a discovery. I started following their tweets because a friend who is in the wine business does events there. They seemed to be getting lots of buzz about their new menu and a new chef (who, as it turned out worked there 15 years ago?) so we had dinner ther last night. We loved it! Our waiter was a lovely french fellow who flirted just the right amount, our food was excelllent and we were sent a drink after dinner by another table, that has NEVER happned to me before. We shared a potato tart with smoked salmon, I had the chicken as my main and she had the halibut. The Halibut was a lot fancier but it was also about $10 more than my chicken, which was only $15! Both were really good. We shared the profiterolles (sp?) these little pastry balls with chocolate and whipped cream, Yum! Our bill including wine, tip and all the taxes was $50 each and we thought it was really good value.

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