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gunshowsurreySince September 18, 20067 Reviews
Average Rating
3 (2.9)
  • Food3.5 (3.6)
  • Service3 (3.1)
  • Value2 (2)
  • Ambiance3 (2.9)

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Displaying 1 - 7 of 7 Reviews Found
Pho Hoa14357 104th Ave, #102, Surrey
Decent food slow service
Submitted Thursday, August 12, 2010 - 8:09pm [Dine in]

I went here some family and friends. The full-colour menu has lots to offer and has a section for people that are new to Vietnamese food.

I ordered the steak and beef ball pho and two shrimp salad-rolls. There was lots of steak in the soup but only four small meatballs. The overall flavour was good, the broth was nice. The salad rolls were okay at first, until I got to the shrimp which tasted old and rubbery.

The service was some of the worst around. We had to ask for a fork 3 times. The teapot wasn't refilled until we asked several times. There was only one other person in the dinning room so it's not like the server was super busy.

Value is a tricky thing with this place. The portions were large, and the food was alright, but the service brings down the feeling of value.

Tables were dirty and the place didn't seem well kept. The bathrooms were disgusting.

I won't be going back

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Katana19957 Willowbrook Drive, Langley
Dinner theatre Asian style
Submitted Saturday, February 2, 2008 - 12:06am [Dine in]

Ambiance:
The interior was a kamikaze attack on your senses, much like a Japanese Moxies whereas Moxies is obviously trying very hard to be hip and Asian, Katana does it with little effort. Be warned, this is not your run of the mill eatery… although there is no dress code in effect the feel is definitely business casual – but sexy! The seats are very comfortable and the table-tops are very high. So if you are not exactly the tallest in the crowd you may consider a booster seat, or at very least a phone book to sit on.

Food:
Each dinner is divided into roughly five courses. We started off with separate appetizers consisting of gyoza and Ebi-Chili-Mayo (deep fried king size Tiger Prawns served with our special chili-mayo sauce, topped with corn chips).

VBallguy ordered the chicken meal, Gunshow ordered the steak and prawns while JPo ordered the Katana (chef’s special) consisting of chicken, shrimp and lobster. Prior to receiving the bulk of the meal everyone was served Japanese fried rice and a vegetable medley. Both items were equally outstanding. Very different, very good. The grilled veggies were cooked to perfection. The chicken was marinated and cooked well, the steak was marinated in sake and cooked medium-rare, the prawns and lobster were cooked and seasoned on the grill. Well presented yet creepy, the lobster tail was served in its own exoskeleton. That was really cool to start but at the end of the meal there was this empty tail left looking at you…

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Kyoto Sushi13651 72nd Avenue, Surrey
Not worth it, even with a coupon
Submitted Monday, November 19, 2007 - 11:37pm [Dine in]

I ordered bento box E which included A california roll, ebi sunomono, chicken teriyaki, green salad, and 5 pieces of sashimi. This box is priced at $12.99

The sashimi was good. Decent portions. The sunomono was a bit suspect. The mini shrimp in it didn't seem "sushi grade." As mentioned in Vball guy's review there was some shell pieces in it and a few of them tasted rather ill. The chicken was pretty tasty and was atop a bed of shortgrain rice (different from the standard sushi rice)

The server was very slow, didn't refill my tea and gave us grief about using a coupon.

Including tax and tip I shelled out $15.50 for my meal.

Unlike the terminator, I won't be back.

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Wings7124 King George Highway, Surrey
good food, terrible service
Submitted Tuesday, March 27, 2007 - 10:38pm [Dine in]

I went to wings with some friends from work. I arrived 30 minutes after everyone else. They ordered as soon as they got in, and were told it would take 45 minutes to get their food because there was one large party that night.

A little bit slow is understandable, but 45 minutes is too long for a pub-type environment. I also did not appreciate the sour attitude of our server.

When the food finally arrived it was very good. The kitchen staff make quality food. I split an appetizer platter and it was great: calimari, wings, bread, nachos. Superb.

Thumbs up for the quality of food, thumbs down for the serving staff

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Dublins Crossing18789 Fraser Highway, Unit 101, Langley
mixed feeling
Submitted Tuesday, February 27, 2007 - 12:38pm [Dine in]

I finally went to dublin's crossing. It's beautiful inside. The nicest place in cloverdale. Very odd layout though. You'll know what I mnea when you go there.

A friend and I went for lunch.

The menu had lots to choose from. Definately upscale pub food. I ordered the chicken pannini. It had mango chutney, spinach, mayo, the bread was a cheese garlic bread. There is a huge amount of chicken in it. When it first arrived my first thought was "this is a puny sandwich, but it was more than filling, and very delicious. One odd point though: the bottom bun was toasted and warm, but the top was cold. I figure it was made this way as not to burn the cheese that is baked on top.

Although it wasn't busy at all it took about 20 minutes for our food after we ordered. Which seemed like a very long time for lunch. Perhaps there was only one cook? It was a monday so I'm not too upset.

Slow Kitchen aside, our server was very good, frequent checks to make sure everything was fine.

I tried going there on saturday night but it was too busy with a line out the door, complete with velvet rope and bouncer. So I asked the waitress at lunch what the deal was, she said: On friday and saturday nights, don't bother coming after 8:00 its too busy, come around 5:00 on weekends. They don't take reservations at all on weekends, only between monday- thursday. Take this into account when planning a party.

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Sushi-man1307 Marine Drive, North Vancouver
good and cheap
Submitted Monday, September 18, 2006 - 1:44pm [Dine in]

i went here after finishing the grouse grind. THey churn out california rolls like a machine. The lunch boxes are a great deal. Very tasty. My lunch box included miso soup, beef teriyaki, california roll, salad, and fruit. I also ordered a BC roll which was quite good.

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Hiro Sushi19537 Fraser Highway, Surrey
Best sushi value
Submitted Monday, September 18, 2006 - 1:35pm [Dine in]

I go to HIro sushi all the time. The food quality is very consistant. Lunch bob B is a great deal : california roll, chicken teriyaki, miso soup, salad, and vegetable tempura.

The BC is the best in langley. The California roll is very light. If you're feeling rich, get the goldrush roll. It's a meal on its own. Sashimi portions are huge.

The atmosphere is pretty bare bones, but that doesn't matter when food is this good

This is a family run sushi house so the service is always excellent

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