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HungryEyes77VancouverSince September 17, 200819 Reviews
Average Rating
3 (2.9)
  • Food3 (3.2)
  • Service2.5 (2.5)
  • Value3 (3.1)
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Thai House Royale Restaurant4600 Kingsway, #115, Burnaby
Not even close to "Royale"
Submitted Monday, August 16, 2010 - 12:16am [Dine in]

Dined at the Burnaby Thai House "Royale", which should be pointed out is no longer affiliated with the Thai House Group, with the family recently. We knew better from past experience but were in a pinch with hungry kids and limited time.

First off, Food. I just checked the Fraser Health Authority's health inspection site and I encourage all considering this restaurant to do so as well.

The menu offers all the typical Thai fare that you would expect from a Thai restaurant but I would argue the authenticity of the food delivered... two examples: we ordered the traditional dish, Pad Thai. It doesn't take a foodie to see that they made the dish using either ketchup or tomato sauce. We also ordered the Beef with Green Beans and lime leaves... no lime leaves, which if you'd tried this ingredient you'd know that it has a very distinct and pleasing taste. I questioned the staff there and at first they denied there should even be lime leaves in the dish. Then they checked with the kitchen and came back saying that the lime leaves were blended into the sauce. Enough said. Other dishes were similarly disappointing if you were looking for even half decent (real) Thai food.

Secondly, Service. The few times I've dined here for lunch, I've always noticed food comes out very, very fast. Everything is pre-made during lunch... even if it's a late lunch. So if you show up after prime lunch hour, the food served will at least a couple hours old. Staff was on-hand and ready to take orders, fill water, and take your money but not much else. Little pleasantries and certainly no knowledge of the menu.

For the food alone this place should be avoided, but add in the prices and services and you should invest the time to drive to a better Thai restaurant...

One final note, Ambiance. I remember going to this restaurant when Station Square first opened when I was a kid. Nothing has changed. Nothing.... well, except maybe the owners and any sense of authenticity about Thai food.

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Elixir350 Davie Street, Vancouver
Great french food but inconsistent service
Submitted Sunday, June 7, 2009 - 3:24pm [Dine in]

Wifey and I had a bad experience at Elixir during one of the Dine Out Vancouver one year and haven't been there for dinner until a couple weeks ago.

We've lunch and brunched at Elixir a number of times and while the food is always outstanding the service doesn't always match the quality of food. Namely, they seem understaffed during the day and of staff they have don't seem to know what they are doing. Service is awkward; ranging from things like not giving us the right menus or not knowing the menu to simple things like greeting and order taking.

On the most recent occasion however, we went for dinner service and the entire wait staff seem to be french (we joked maybe they were actually young starving actors with really good french accents). Service was impeccable and once again, food was outstanding. We had Moule Frites and seafood cocktail to start... some of the best starters we've ever had! Followed by Rib-eye steak for me and Halibut for wifey. Both were done perfectly!

We'll be back for sure!

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WaaZuBee Cafe1622 Commercial Drive, Vancouver
Well past it's best before date...
Submitted Sunday, June 7, 2009 - 3:09pm [Dine in]

First off... this restaurant is notoriously slow!

As a young couple, my wife and I used to hang out at Waazubee's when the casual (read: slow) service didn't matter much. We were usually there after a show or hanging out with friends and the late night music was always good.

Having lived on the drive for six years, wifey and I would on occasion go there for brunch or dinner. Now the service is unbearably slow... the same casual servers seem to think that waiting for an hour for food is a normal thing.

Example, our last attempt at having brunch; most tables were seated but not very many had food. It's an open kitchen so you see pretty much everything... and I've never seen such slack moving staff in the kitchen before. Orders were coming out at an agonizing pace and most were omelettes, quesadillas and sandwiches. It shouldn't take that long!

Our entire meal was comp'd but I would have rather them take my money and figure out a way to motivate their staff! Sorry, nice gesture but it won't bring us back in.

Secondly... good or bad, nothing seems to have changed at Waazubee's in all the time we've been going there.

Menu offers daily soup and quesadilla specials, otherwise it's the same menu that we remember years ago. The food, when it does arrive, is always solid. My favourites: Garlic Mayo Fries... Mmmmm! Their Monterey Burger is tasty and seems actually healthy (organic free-range beef and not greasy).

The decor, once funky and hip is now tired and sticky... proven by the vinyl table covers that probably have never been changed since they opened the restaurant.

Lastly... it's the Drive, I get it. Waazubee used to pull off the bohemian and unique look and feel but with all the new restaurants popping up on the Drive I do hope Waazubee survives. Their prices have gone up over the years, matched with the poor service and it becomes more and more difficult to keep coming back.

For now... I'll have to wait until I get my next Garlic Mayo fries craving and see if I can motivate myself to go back.

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Charm Modern Thai and Bar1269 Hamilton Street, Vancouver
Lipstick on a pig...
Submitted Sunday, February 15, 2009 - 3:39am [Dine in]

I have an office across the street from this Yaletown restaurant and was excited to see a 'non-chain' restaurant (ie. Cactus Club, Milestones, etc) opening up. Upon dining however I did discovered that the restaurant was owned by the Thai House group, still not a bad thing I thought.

Unfortunately, Charm is the Thai House's take on "Modernized Thai Fusion" and while the concept may be good, the execution failed big time.

FOOD: Started with the appetizer sampler (spring rolls, chicken "balls", Thai-style tuna sashimi) which was decent. Sashimi was warm and seasoned with fish sauce; not to my liking.

We shared two mains. First was a braised beef ravioli in a green curry sauce. The ravioli were small with very little filling, couldn't tell it was braised beef... it didn't seem like they made it in house. Curry was nice however but no different than what the Thai House offers in their take-home curry packs.

Second was scallops served on some braised vegetables. The vegetables were great, perfectly seasoned. The scallops had nice grill marks but made them taste bitter.

We had coconut jasmine rice as a side and it was mushy. When we asked the waitress, the answer we got back was that it's supposed to be like that. Didn't know how she could give an Asian couple an answer like that, we know rice!

In general, it seems that the chef had good intention and ambition with the menu at Charm but fails miserably at execution.

SERVICE: For the price and decor, the service certainly did not match the level of expectation they set up for this restaurant. Instead, service is what you would expect from a "family-run" joint. Our waitress knew very little about the menu and when asked for recommendations she would always steer us to the most expensive items.

Poor followup and awkward throughout the meal.

VALUE: Appys ranged from $8-$12, mains ranged from $15+ from what I recall. The Ravioli dish we ordered was $15 and Scallops $25 for 4. You do leave full but I felt I overpaid for everything.

AMBIANCE: It's modern with an Asian influence. The restaurant was only two weeks old so it's clean. Music is typical of a yoga studio.

Overall, I won't be coming back which is too bad considering how convenient this restaurant is to my work. Given the value and location of Charm, I wouldn't expect this restaurant to be around in a year.

If you're looking for Thai "fusion", try Urban Thai two blocks north on Hamilton. It's also owned by the Thai House group but is much better all around.

Choc-tee!

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Chambar568 Beatty Street, Vancouver
Christmas Office Party at Chambar
Submitted Tuesday, January 13, 2009 - 6:43pm [Dine in]

We've been a number of times to Chambar. It's a social restaurant (read: loud) but it's the food that keeps bringing us back.

FOOD: I was about to give Chambar a much deserved 5-stars BUT, what's with the pastry chef? Avoid their desserts... UUGH! Have a look at their dessert menu on their website and you'll see their inventions are ambitious in mixing dessert ingredients but execution was a mess with ours. My wife order the La Bombe d'Alaska and it looked like a dog's breakfast (she almost lost her dinner on the account of it). I had the Tarte aux griottes and nothing better there either!

Their Lamb Tagine served with Moroccan couscous is excellent. As are their moule frites. Our table of eight order one of each of their 3 styles as appy's and couldn't finish them.

They also have a very inventive drink menu.....

SERVICE: Can be spotty. For this occasion, our group of eight qualified us for their mandatory 18% service charge; on our bill of $680, that's a $120 tip. I don't think we got our money's worth of service.

VALUE: That's relative. Food is excellent and worthy, skip the dessert and you're good.

AMBIANCE: Another reason to come, it is loud but the they have a great lounge at the front of the house. Dining room is the back is nicely lit and well designed.

All in all, we had a great Christmas dinner; my wife and I will definitely be back... oh and did I mention to skip dessert?

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Au Petit Cafe4851 Main Street, Vancouver
Great Authentic Vietnamese
Submitted Tuesday, January 13, 2009 - 6:21pm [Dine in]

The line ups on weekend brunches & lunches says a lot about this tiny little restaurant tucked away on South Main.

FOOD: Authentic and homestyle Vietnamese. The food reminds me of my mom's cooking; simple, flavorful and wholesome. Stews, noodles and the Vietnamese Rice cake noodles (available only on weekends) are my favourite.

Sandwiches are great, they do better at making sure they don't run our of food/bread. Much better than some of the other Vietnamese sandwich joints (Ba Le).

After reading some of the other reviews, I tried their lemongrass chicken and it's pretty much how my mom makes it at home. It's grilled chicken with skin on and some green onion oil on top (some reviewers found it greasy but that's the way it's supposed to be).

SERVICE: It's family run. Having said that, they are quick (and courteous enough) at turning around tables. They always remember to bring you whatever you ask of them.

VALUE: Comparing to other Vietnamese restaurants, Au Petite offers excellent quality food at great prices. Sandwiches are pricier than other Vietnamese shops (Ba Le) but again, you get what you pay for.

AMBIANCE: Or lack thereof... it's cramped, restaurant should hold at most 20 diners but with people waiting and them trying to squeeze people in, it's often very tight.

@ okayisay (review below): don't assume other reviewers lack of taste or accuse them for working at the restaurant being reviewed. We're not the ones who reviewed a DQ joint with 4 stars.

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Gastropod1938 W. 4th Avenue, Vancouver
Unique and Innovative
Submitted Monday, November 3, 2008 - 1:22am [Dine in]

It was my wife and I's first date without kids in about a year so I wanted to go to some place new.

While I've heard much about Gastropod I specifically didn't check them out on dinehere or other reviews so I could have an unbiased experience.

Food:
Gastropod follows (or leads) the trend of upscale restaurants with regional foods and identifies the producers of it's meat and seafood ingredients.

We both had the five course tasting menu.

I had oysters as the starter and my wife the pine mushroom soup with smoked sweetbread. Oyster were clean and fresh. The soup was out of this world! The flavors were amazing and we both wished they put more sweetbread in it. (As a side note: I assumed sweetbread was some kind of pastry and couldn't quite put my finger on what it was until I checked it out on Wikipedia. Go see for yourself but I was certainly surprised; nonetheless, I'd go back to Gastropod just for this soup).

We both had the Seared Scallop (done perfectly), the Sablefish with confit of Pork Belly (another to-die-for dish, both ingredients were perfectly done and went amazingly well together; didn't like the Cod "udon" that was served with it thought. Next was the Venison loin (prepared blue, would have like rare) served with uni Isreali couscous (a larger, nicely textured couscous with uni mixed in for a rich starch).

For desert, I had the goat-cheesecake and the wife had the chocolate fondant (the third to-die-for dish).

In all, food was inventive; I've tried a new ingredient (the sweetbread) and we were impressed with the flavors and methods used for the dishes.

Service:
Great, non-intrusive but not as polished as other fine dining restaurants (certainly nothing to complain about).

Value:
At $65 for a 5 course tasting menu (each dish was well portioned and we were both stuffed) value was great. There are other prix fixe options as well as a-la-carte. You also get a couple amuse bouche's with the service which was nice.

Ambiance:
As other reviewers have remarked, the decor is modern spartan. May not appeal to all tastes but I liked it; kinda says "it's all about the food" not about the glam.

It was quiet for a Friday afternoon, and they've stopped lunch service. There is a lot of competition in this segment and I do hope that Gastropod makes it.

We'll be back!

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Ki Sushi31 8th St, New Westminster
Good Sushi in New West
Submitted Monday, November 3, 2008 - 12:42am [Dine in]

Since we've moved to New West, we've been trying to find a decent Sushi restaurant nearby.

With Ki (renamed from Kirin to eliminate confusion with the recently-opened Kirin Chinese restaurant also in New West), we've found a solid, consistent sushi joint.

Food is fresh and tasty with some innovative rolls. Their sashimi (we mostly eat Tuna and Salmon) is also consistently fresh and they serve wild sockeye salmon.

Service if you dine in also solid. If you do get seated in one of their "tatami rooms", the servers do sometimes forget to check-in but for the most part they are fast and attentive.

Service if you take out or deliver is phenomenally fast. Orders from hanging up the phone to delivery at the door has been as quick as 15 minutes so in a pinch, if we didn't feel like cooking, Ki as always ready to serve!

Prices are very good for the quality and freshness of sushi.

For those dining in, there's nothing outstanding about the dining room, it's clean, bright and gets the job done.

Definite repeat diners at Ki!

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Kirin Seafood Restaurant350 Gifford St., New Westminster
Not up to spec with other Kirin's
Submitted Monday, November 3, 2008 - 12:33am [Dine in]

We've been to this location several times now and it seems time has taken a quick toll on this fairly new restaurant. Our most recent visit (Nov/08) certainly contrasts the previous reviews, they are about as accurate as their engrish.

Food:
I've been here for dim sum with large groups as well as with just the wife and our two kids. Food is good, clean and nicely done just nothing that would make them unique from other dim sum restaurants. They did have a few special dishes but with our most recent visit they didn't have any of those available.

Imperial (downtown) and Sun Sui Wah (Main St.) both are better choices for variety and quality of dishes.

Service:
Here's where things fall apart as service does not live up to the Kirin brand nor of a good dim sum experience.

It was a full dining room and it seemed like they were understaffed. What staff they did have seemed rushed, unmotivated and simply didn't really care about good food service.

The dim sum service at this Kirin requires that you order from a menu (which means flagging someone down, ordering and then waiting for your dishes). There were some common dishes that were on the menu but you had to wait for dim sum trays to make their rounds.

Unfortunately, there were no dim sum carts or servers coming around with trays. Again, very different from a typical dim sum restaurant where you would order dishes from carts or trays that circle around the restaurant continuously, in addition to having the option of ordering from a menu if you didn't see what you like.

Value:
Due to the service and for the price they charge, you'd be better off going to the many other dim sum restaurants around town.

For similar prices, again Sun Sui Wah and Imperial are superior choices for both dim sum and regular service Chinese food.

Ambiance:
Since this restaurant is attached to the Starlight casino, it carries the mandatory upper-scale look and feel of a modern casino. Clean and ambient for Chinese restaurant.

Since we live close, I would really like to love this restaurant as choices for Chinese are very limited in New West. Unfortunately, I'd rather drive to the many other Chinese restaurants in the Lower Mainland than return here.

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Gino's Restaurant431 East Columbia Street, New Westminster
A nice surprise in Sapperton
Submitted Thursday, October 30, 2008 - 11:41pm [Dine in]

Didn't feel like cooking tonight so we tried a place in nearby Sapperton (east New West).

This restaurant is near the Royal Columbian Hospital in an area with not many other restaurants around. With less competition, you never know what you'll get but we were pleasantly surprised by Gino's.

They have a diverse menu - Greek, Tex Mex, pizza and pastas, spring rolls and edamame (again not always a great sign of a good restaurant).
Food:
I had the BBQ platter and the missus had their special of the day, Greek roast lamb dinner.

My platter was huge: two large beef ribs, two side ribs, and a quarter chicken all slathered in a very tasty, tangy bbq sauce. Accompanied by brussels, carrots and roast potates... a side of coleslaw, a slice of garlic bread and a very fresh green salad to start. All for $15 bucks!

My wife's lamb dinner was tasty (a bit bland on the seasoning for the lamb but a good cut well prepared). Also accompanied by brussels, carrots and roast potatoes. Because Gino goes greek on Thursdays ;) all greek platters were $11.

We had a calamari appetizer which was a bit on the salty side.

Service:
Good and decent. Our waitress moved a bit slower than the two others we were watching but nothing to compliment or complain about.

Value:
With the size of portion, quality of food, at their prices, great value especially if you order their daily specials.

Ambiance:
Previous reviewers state that the restaurant was renovated Feb or March 2008. Decor was nice, clean and comfortable. They have 5 large LCD panels they have showing various sports channels and on Game nights, they have Pub grub. They didnt completely renovate their washrooms so you get a sense of what the restaurant might have looked like before.

I guess they try to accomodate as many tastes and preferences as possible but all-in-all worthy of return visits.

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Brasserie L'Ecole1715 Government St., Victoria
Wish they were in Vancouver
Submitted Friday, October 24, 2008 - 7:11pm [Dine in]

Between this bistro and the Matisse, downtown Victoria is blessed with two excellent french fare joints in close vicinity. Both offer great french food but offer very difference dining experiences. (Brasserie L'Ecole offers great pacific regional ingredients)

Great food, great drinks and a fun atmosphere.

Moules Frite were great as was their steaks. Duck confit is also perfect.

I only wish we could have these two restaurants in Vancouver!

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Matisse512 Yates St, Victoria
Favourite Restaurant in BC
Submitted Friday, October 24, 2008 - 6:47pm [Dine in]

My wife and I discovered this place on our honeymoon and it's been our favorite since. We go at least once a year, more if we could.

Consistently perfect classic French food. Rich, decadent and satisfying every time.

Service is attentive yet discreet, professional yet personable.
John, the owner is a foodie, passionate about what he does and he presents the night's offering personally every time we go.

Once, when we made reservations to include our 3 y/o daughter, we found out he went out and bought a high chair to accommodate!

Prix Fixe at $49 is outstanding or a la carte prices are great value for what you get.

The dining room is small, reservations are a must. Well appointed and comfortable.

PS: I have to add that their Chocolate Truffle cake (flourless Belgian chocolate) is simply amazing. It was so good I called from the hotel the following night and John had prepared a takeout portion for us to enjoy on the house!

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Cafe Calabria1745 Commercial Drive, Vancouver
Check out Vinny at La Calabria
Submitted Friday, October 24, 2008 - 6:18pm [Dine in]

They say that La Calabria is an institution on the drive, whether or not you like their service or attitude.

I know that I've reviewed this joint before but couldn't resist posting Vinny's bio.

People have always wondered about the guys at La Calabria, hope this pop's to mind next time you're ordering a panini from Vinny (aka Flesh Gordon II).

www.vincemurdocco.com/flesh.htm

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La Spaghetteria232 Sixth Street, New Westminster
Not sure how they survive
Submitted Friday, October 24, 2008 - 5:52pm [Dine in]

Tried this place after moving in to New West and our favorite neighborhood pasta house closed down (Chianti's.... sigh...)

Other reviews aside (regarding Entertainment coupon since we don't use these) this place looks decent from the outside but an absolute dump through and through on the inside.

Strange wait staff seemed like to were hired off the street or part of the family who's been working there too long.

Long waits, dirty tables, bland sauces, by no means cheap for what you get. Pasta's not that hard to get right.

Go to Costco, buy some pasta and sauce, warm up at home and you'd do better!

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Fuse Pan Asian Express1078 Mainland Street, Vancouver
Good food, not great value
Submitted Friday, October 24, 2008 - 5:47pm [Dine in]

I do a lot of business lunches so thought I try Fuse in my neighborhood. The place is hard to find since it's tucked against the entrance of the building away from the street.

Decor is nice but cramped. One thing I don't like, especially for lunches, is a restaurant leaves a lingering smell on you and your clothes. I guess due to the cuisine (lots of fried garlic, onions and spices) my clothes smelled for the rest of the day.

Had the lunch box ($10) which consisted of a cup of jasmine rice, some spicy schezuan green beans, and a small 2x2 cube of wild salmon. Salmon was done perfectly medium rare and I made sure it was sashimi grade which it was, just wished it was a larger portion.

Ice tea ($3) was refreshing quite certain it wasn't brewed.

In all, an ok experience just not enough to have me wanting to go back given the options nearby.

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Couzie's Cafe & Catering619 Belmont St, New Westminster
Wouldn't go back
Submitted Saturday, September 27, 2008 - 8:41pm [Dine in]

We went to this little cafe for Saturday brunch as a friend had recommended it but were perhaps overly disappointed since we had high expectations.

Food:
I had the Eggs Benedict ($7.95) and my wife had Couzie's Breakfast (2 eggs, 4 sausages, hash browns @ $5.95). Both I could have done better at home. Quality of food doesn't match the prices... you could get the same from Bon's Off Broadway but for much less.

Service:
Cafeteria style; order first and seat yourselves which is fine for us. Food took close to 20 minutes which is long for breakfast food.

Value:
For the quality of food and type of place this is, prices are way too high. There's the Waffle House around the corner which offers similar fair but at better prices.

Ambiance:
The one thing that stood out about this place is the heavy sausage/bacon grease smell that permeates. You really notice it after you leave and all your clothes and hair continue to smell like it... Either there's not enough ventilation or they're not cleaning their grease traps.

First time there, won't be back.

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Burger Burger340 Sixth Street, #4, New Westminster
Don't think so...
Submitted Wednesday, September 17, 2008 - 3:12pm [Dine in]

Like the previous reviewer have mentioned... this place is what it is. If you're local to the area it's a good hole-in-the-wall burger joint that's family owned and run.

Burgers are made from frozen, kinda plain but for the price why not?

Better yet, for not much more and since you're in New West already, why not go to Burger Heaven?

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Phnom Penh Restaurant244 E Georgia St, Vancouver
Been going here since I was a kid...
Submitted Wednesday, September 17, 2008 - 3:07pm [Dine in]

My parents used to take us kids to Phnom Penh since my dad knew the owner. They used to have a second restaurant on Broadway near Oak but that one never did well.

Many years later, I've rediscovered a love for this restaurant. Excellent and authentic Cambodian/Vietnamese food... One of the best in town.

Food:
Spicy, garlicky, sweet, sour, salty... take your pick. Very authentic and flavourful. Green papaya salad, Chiu Chow fried rice, Hu tieu noodles, deep fried chicken wings or squid are all favourites. My wife and I try to bring friends each time we go so we can get a variety of dishes.

Service:
Better than what you'd expect from a restaurant of this price point.

Value:
Can't beat it and it shows with the lineups at the door. Over the years, this place has gotten busier and busier.

Ambiance:
See service review above.

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Observatory, The6400 Nancy Greene Way, North Vancouver
Good but should be better
Submitted Wednesday, September 17, 2008 - 12:19pm [Dine in]

Went for dinner on a Monday evening with wife and 2 kids to celebrate our 7th anniversary.

Food:
There's an option of the prix fixe menu with choice of wine flights at decent price $110 per person but we didn't feel like having the same dishes so we went a la carte.

We shared oysters (half dozen: royal miyagi, malpaque, and kumomotos) which were presented very nicely. I had a quail and blueberry starter and my wife had the oxtail madiran consomme.

The soup was great and rich in flavor for a consomme. The quail and blueberry was a bit odd as a pair but still good nonetheless.

I had rabbit and she had duck. Everything was presented well; duck was perfectly done; the side of beans that came with the rabbit stood out. Decent portions for fine dining and everything tasted great but nothing out-of-this-world spectacular.

Slight disappointment with kids menu as I`m noticing more fine restaurants offering good kids menus these days. This restaurant only had staples of pasta & marina, chicken fingers, etc.

Service:
Was good and attentive but seemed a bit understaffed for the evening. There was a bit of a wait between each course and staff did not come around as often as I felt they should have.

Value:
Your reservation includes Grouse Mountain Skyride and admission to other mountain activities. We didn't take advantage of it this time but would be worth it for the next.

Fine dining prices with Appy's at $16 (this includes a small bowl of consomme), entrees at $39, and deserts at $13; food fell short of my expectations. As mentioned everything was done nicely just not spectacular.

Ambiance:
Great if you get a window view on a clear night. Otherwise, a nice dining room as you would expect of a fine dining restaurant.

I would go again but only if we could take advantage of some of the Grouse Mountain activities to make it worth the value of prices they charge.

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