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jeanreneeRichmond, BCSince November 4, 20083 Reviews
Average Rating
4 (3.8)
  • Food5 (5)
  • Service4 (4)
  • Value4 (4)
  • Ambiance2.5 (2.3)

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Salade de Fruits Cafe1551 West 7th Avenue, Vancouver
Real French food at a decent price
Submitted Sunday, November 30, 2008 - 10:39am [Dine in]

This restaurant is certainly one of our favorites in Vancouver. The food is excellent, the service is friendly and the setting is not the best in the world. Les moules frites and le steak frites are the best around. La table d’hôte varies every week. I always take my Anglophone friends for dinner there. Everyone loves it. Two big inconvenients:: the setting and bring cash only.

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Garden City Hot Pot Restaurant8788 McKim Way, #1205, Richmond
The best Dim Sum
Submitted Wednesday, November 26, 2008 - 10:31am [Dine in]

My wife and I have been eating dim sum all over the world. In BC you can find some of the best Dim Sum in the country. The Imperial Seafood restaurant in the old Marine Building is one of our favorite but it is3sure pricey. The best value around and our favorite Dim Sum is the Garden City Hotpot. Everything is fresh, tasty and out of this world. The shrimp Spring rolls are the just incredible and the shrimp dumplings are not far behind. There is always line up especially on week end, so be smart and call ahead. The service is not the best (typical of Chinese restaurants) but I can tell you after a few visits the owner srecognizes and you can expect some special attention. Wetake our visitors regulalrly to this restaurant for Dim SUM. Everyone agree it is the best around.

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Papaya Bistro15057 Marine Dr., White Rock
My new favorite restaurant in White Rock
Submitted Tuesday, November 4, 2008 - 10:03am [Dine in]

My favorite restaurant in White Rock was not opened for lunch so after reading a few restaurant reviews on the net we decided to try the Papaya Bistro. What an experience ! The brunch menu was not very extensive but offered a wide range of dishes. I settled for the seafood crêpe, my wife for the eggs benedict and my cousins for a rather regular breakfast. Their famous calamari (I read about it in a review) was not part of the menu but I asked if I could get a side order of it. The response was positive. The service was prompt and friendly and we were served rapidly. The food is out of this world. The crepe was outstanding with plenty of shrimps and scallops and the calamari was…wow!. Everyone enjoyed their breakfasts. The co-owner a French Canadian named Claude came and talked to us. His enthusiasm was rather contagious. We felt like we have just met an old friend. In a few words, this was a great brunch experience and we intend to go back later on this week for Dinner.

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