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japanesefoodVancouverSince March 8, 20086 Reviews
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Kita Sushi4152 Dawson Street, Burnaby
Do not waste your time and money coming here
Submitted Tuesday, April 23, 2013 - 7:34pm [Dine in]

Went to Kita Sushi Restaurant no. 2 also on Dawson. Ihad my reservations since I ordered a role previously on the original Kita and it was tiny and expensive. We got takoyaki balls which tasted ok but they were deep fried as opposed to cooking it it in the traditional takoyaki ball waffle maker type gadget. Then, ordered BC roll. I asked if they used salmon skin they said yes. They charged $4.20 for 6 small pcs. and in the end they put a tiny dot of salmon barely visible and the rest is California roll. they have the audacity to call it bc roll. sushi garden does this too but they only charge $2.95. Here they charge you $4.20 andyou are eating fake California with a dot of salmon. I could not eat it bec. the fake crab contains milk ingredients or egg. one of the two which Im allergic in. REPEAT. DO NOT EAT HERE. Everything in their menu is inflated.

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Shibuya Nuts Asian Bistro774 Denman Street, Vancouver
Different
Submitted Friday, July 29, 2011 - 9:37am [Dine in]

Shibuya Nuts is a newly opened resto near Kintaro Ramen. They have added some nice fixtures to this place since it opened, and the interior has a modern, far eastern flair.

Menu is a melange of Japanese and Korean items. They have rice bowl dishes as well as small tapas items. We had the Chicken Curry, risotto. spicy prawn mayo, and it was delicious. I like the uniqueness of the risotto, which you do not see at all in asian places.

Items are well priced, service can't complain.

Will definitely come back here again.

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Sushi Kimura3883 Rupert St., Vancouver
Disappointing
Submitted Thursday, July 28, 2011 - 10:09am [Dine in]

I thought this resto was good upon hearing from one person.

I concur with the previous review that service is slow, and we saw one waitress chatting with one group for a longer than usual amount of time considering we were standing there waiting to be seated.

Place is cramped. We were seated in a two person table for two very close to a table for four. one guy couldn't from the other table couldn't fit in bec. the space between us was so narrow that he had to sit on the outer side of the table.

Nigiri's were good. Mine came with california roll. I asked for no mayo due to egg allergies, and she said ok. my rolls came back with mayo. the waitress later said that the cali roll cannot be made without mayo which means that they already premade the roll. We requested a tuna roll or something similar and we will pay the difference if there was any. she came back with an avocado roll, which I'm also allergic to. The sushi chef looked pissed at this point. He did not look happy to have to make another roll. In the end they gave me a sweet tofu skin with rice in it. Unfortunately, I'm slightly allergic to soy. Had the waitress heeded our request for a tuna roll, that would've been it.

The curry sauce on the chicken cutlet was a bit too strong for the other party in my group.

overall, it was a rather disappointing experience. We were expecting better. We will not be back here again.

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Nuba207B West Hastings Street, Vancouver
Used to be good in 2010
Submitted Friday, April 15, 2011 - 12:02pm [Dine in]

I love middle eastern, mediterranean food. The first I went to Nuba in 2010 I was impressed. The lentil soup was generous and tasty. The cauliflower and tahini was yummy..chicken was a bit on the dry side but overall i knew i was going back.

In 2011 i returned ordering the same thing. lentil soup and cauliflower. the soup who used to be hearty was now thinned out..portion was smaller. the cauliflower was still decent.

service is good, but quality of food has deteriorated.

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Anton's Pasta Bar4260 E Hastings Street, Burnaby
Mass Produced pasta
Submitted Friday, April 15, 2011 - 11:41am [Dine in]

If you want quantity and do not care for quality then you would like this place.

Huge portions..mainly pasta, hardly any "ingredients." good for leftovers.

expect to wait 30 minutes even on weekday nights when you think there'd hardly be anybody waiting.

No reservations allowed.

if you have dairy allergies, you are quite limited to what you can order..i think they're really banking on the cheese. Without it..pasta is bland..which says something about the rest of the ingredients.

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Fish On Rice4361 Kingsway, #201, Burnaby
Bad Service, inconsistent food
Submitted Friday, March 7, 2008 - 11:07pm [Dine in]

We had reservations, but even then the one in charge of seating people seemed to be so busy as to honor those who havereservations. I had to follow up to make sure we weren't going to wait for our supposed reservation. Next, we ordered the food, the food came out fast, but some of the things ordered were cold such as the the beef short ribs, the fried scallop, and the edamamame. It was rather cold and was tasteless. Next, we asked for a drink and had to ask three people before finally getting one drink back. We had extra food lying around, and were charged for it. Combine this with non-existent service. I'd much rather go elsewhere. If you wanna go to all you can eat. I suggest going to Richmond or Downtown instead.

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