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JTNLangleySince March 23, 20093 Reviews
Average Rating
3 (2.8)
  • Food3.5 (3.3)
  • Service2.5 (2.3)
  • Value2.5 (2.7)
  • Ambiance3 (3)


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South Point Pub3020 152nd Street, Surrey
Stay away!!!
Submitted Friday, March 9, 2012 - 12:38am [Dine in]

So on a rainy Friday night myself and four friends were looking for somewhere local to have dinner and a few beers. Admittedly this was not our first choice for dinner. We tried Browns @ 152 and Hwy 10 and Big Ridge right next door, but both were an hour wait for a table(two of my fave pub/restaurants). After some discussion of what else was around the area, we decided to make our way South down 152nd to South Point Pub. What a mistake that was...

We arrived to find the Pub less than half full and were happy that we could get a table right away. That was the best part of the evening. The waitress took 10 minutes getting over to our table to take our drink orders, and then took another 5 minutes bringing us menus. Upon reading the menu I saw they had a full rack of ribs as the food special on Fridays. Being a rib lover(I may have a problem) I jumped at the chance to try their ribs.

Whilst waiting for our food to arrive I went to the washroom to use the facilities only to find one of the urinals flooding over onto the floor. Using caution not to slip on the nasty soaking wet floor I used the toilet and washed my hands. I found the towel dispenser empty and roll lazily placed on the counter top. I find the state of the washroom is always a good indicator of the overall cleanliness and upkeep of a restaurant, and I've seen nicer washrooms in truck stops!

I got back to our table and we ordered another round of drinks. At least the waitress kept the drinks coming, and that is the only reason she received a '2.' Then our food arrived. The plate itself actually didn't look too bad, and there were a copious amount of french fries under the ribs. I sliced all the ribs and 'dug in.' I almost broke a tooth on them; they were like rib jerky. It was the worst thing I have ever been served in an eatery. EVER! Thinking maybe I got a dud that just got too much heat on the end I took one from the middle and it was just as bad. Shockingly so. It was so bad my friend thought I was exaggerating and so he tried one and promptly spat it out. The entire kitchen staff should be embarrassed and ashamed to have served such shite! I was tempted to go into the kitchen and go Gordon Ramsey on them.

The waitress took them back and said "Yeah lots of people don't like them, would you like something else?" After a kitchen serves something that bad I would even fathom the idea of ever eating anything they produce again.

The entire place has gone to 'hell in a handbasket.' Be forewarned; Do not eat here if you value your oral health. Or gastro-intestinal health. Or your health in general. Don't use the washroom either. In fact just don't go here PERIOD. The best part about the whole place is the liquor store next door!

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Ninkazu Japanese Restaurant4231 Hazelbridge Way, #205, Richmond
Top Notch!
Submitted Monday, March 23, 2009 - 3:06am [Dine in]

Best AYCE hands down that I have ever dined at. The salmon was melt in your mouth good and the rolls were also incredable. The NY steak strips were really good as well. Miso soup, gyoza, tempura, you name it, all of it was delectable. I ate till it hurt!

I wish the service could have been as good as the food. I often had to flag some one down to get our order slip in. Yes, the place was packed but it should be anticapated and acordingly staffed for a friday night. The food was so good that it kept me from becoming overly frustrated with the service.

The resturaunt it self is located on the second floor of a corner mini mall so it was a little hard to find. Once inside the dining area proved to be a nice space with floor to ceiling windows. It was very busy and loud but inviting.

This is my new 'go to' AYCE sushi place. Next time I go I'm going to call ahead for reservations. I can't wait to go back!

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Ozark's Famous BBQ19696 Fraser Highway, Langley
Good, But Not Famous
Submitted Monday, March 23, 2009 - 2:40am [Dine in]

Like the title says the food was solid, But by no means 'Famous'. I had the beef brisket (served with potato salad and baked beans) witch was very tasty but the portion size left something to be desired. All the food was also served on plates covered with dried parsley like some dated fine dining establishment. The brisket was very flavorful, but worth the 18.95 for 3 smallish slices? Not to sure.

The service was borderline terrible. My party and I waited 20 minutes for our drink order and after the second round resorted to ordering our next ones while our others were still half full. Granted the restaurant had only been open for one week at the time of our visit but still no excuse.

The restaurants decor was inviting albeit slightly sparse. There was a healthy buzz in the open concept dining area with a casual atmosphere. The only critique I could deliver would be that the overall dining space felt a little cold and could use a more theme inspired wall hangings.

With all this being said I'm going to give it a try again in a couple months. The next time I go I think I'm going to stick to one of the sandwiches as they look to be a better value. I hope they can iron out some of the kinks before i return.

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