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joelsta1berkkitsilano, vancouverSince November 8, 20066 Reviews
Average Rating
3 (3.2)
  • Food3 (3.2)
  • Service3 (2.8)
  • Ambiance2.5 (2.7)


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Falafel King1110 Denman Street, Vancouver
cramped seating, tasty food
Submitted Saturday, December 30, 2006 - 9:58pm [Dine in]

food: despite other reviews warnings had the beef shawarma. Great, perfect amount of tahini, moisture and not dry. Can't wait to try the chicken. My company, Goat Cheese, however had a falafel so terribly dry, the juice from my dish was used to moisten it Goat cheese was upset to say the least.

price: good price for the quality of food. spent roughly 5,50 on my beef shawarma and moderately full.

decor/styling- too cramped against the glass to notice. Limited seating, either pressed against the wall or outside

service: everything is self service and I did a good job.

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East is East3243 W. Broadway, Vancouver
why the raving reviews
Submitted Wednesday, December 27, 2006 - 8:49pm [Dine in]

persuaded by the raving reviews like food fanatic's, i was expecting a mouth watering meal whilst enjoying chai. The chai is miniscule suitable for a dwarf and priced quite steeply. My food was bland, pricey and dissapointing. Average food priced steeply, roughly 30 dollars for a filling meal. If the prices were about a quarter to a third less, I would feel content.

The decor is awesome, definitely the best part of the experience. Cool lighting, rugs and decor that creating an exceptional experience. I sat on an uncomfortable wooden stool and my legs were terribly cramped due to the low table (perhaps a dwarf table, for dwarfs to drink small cups of chai)

service was good. pleasant and enthusiastic waitress who was prompt.

perhaps I got the wrong dish. I will go again, sit at a larger table, look for a plush soft non-wooden seat and try something else, worth one more chance

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Hon's Wun Tun House268 Keefer Street, Vancouver
less than average food
Submitted Wednesday, December 27, 2006 - 8:30pm [Dine in]

truly, not too bad. like the bland decor/ambiance, this cafeteria style restaurant churns out plain food. my squid over seasonal vegetables (seasonal being only bok choy) was tasteless. The sauce was sweetish that was pleasant the first few bites; however, became unpleasant almost sicking towards the end.

Portions are large. For 11 dollars, you most likely will have food remaining on your plate.

Service is quality. Constantly attend to you, filling up the tea frequently and immediately taking your order.

Overall, reliable plain food at a reasonable price that is worth going back to if you can think of nothing else.

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Guu with Garlic1698 Robson St, Vancouver
more food please
Submitted Wednesday, December 27, 2006 - 12:20am [Dine in]

if you come hungry, you will leave hungry. perhaps if you emaciated or anorexic you may be mildy satiated. overall, tasty food, in fact, in comparison to other restaurants is much better. However, the substantial factor is quantity. the quality/quantity factor here is a serious drawback. the miniscule portions, though tasty, are far too small to justify the price. And in no way think that I am the type who likes the heaping portions at all-you-can eats. Personally, not worth it.

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Eatery, The3431 W Broadway, Vancouver
solid foor, entertaining atmosphere
Submitted Wednesday, December 27, 2006 - 12:07am [Dine in]

upon reading the previous reviews, they are overly harsh, especially the one about adolescent girls. Yes, some of the art world is a rip off on international artists, but the atmoshpere is pleasant. Overally noisy at times; however tolerable and at the right hour perfectly fine. The rolls are reasonably priced and in comparison to other smaller establishments, better quality and more cheaply priced. The beer, however, is personally overpriced. The service has always been perfect and the waitresses are always kind and always bring the right food. An establishment worth going to for sure.

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Annapurna1926 W. 4th Avenue, Vancouver
decent decor, moderate food
Submitted Tuesday, December 26, 2006 - 11:58pm [Dine in]

ordered chant- a yogurty bean dish with fried chips. Reminiscent of a nacho dish, except cold. It was medicore at best. The main dish- Cofta was tasty. The mild was spicy enough and the curry was good, very little oil. The service was slow, the water was filled only occasionally and everything took too long. Was not too impressed, but will come back to try another dish- hopefully it will be better

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