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JulesCoquitlamSince January 12, 20093 Reviews
Average Rating
2.5 (2.6)
  • Food3 (3)
  • Service2.5 (2.7)
  • Value2.5 (2.3)
  • Ambiance2.5 (2.3)

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Monk McQueens601 Stamps Landing, Vancouver
Not the best place or service, but the food was good
Submitted Sunday, February 1, 2009 - 2:48pm [Dine in]

For a fine dining restaurant, I had higher expectations for Monk McQueens. I was joining my boyfriend and his family for a nice Dine Out Vancouver experience. We waited for the valet service, but it no one showed up and we ended up parking at the public parking a block away from the restaurant - fortunately it was not raining (phew). Our server was alright, however she seemed to be more pre-occupied with other tables and we had a hard time getting her attention. In addition, I found the restaurant a bit too dark for my liking; insufficient amount of candle light for me to fully appreciate the food. The main thing that I was really disappointed in was the amount of time the kitchen took to prepare our main course. Though there were a total of 9 people, it was ridiculous that we had to wait 45 min for our main course. To apologize for the wait, they offered us complementary oysters, which was a good gesture. However, the oysters didn't seem very fresh. Fortunately no one at our table had any severe allergies to oysters, but it's never a wise thing to offer people shell-fish without checking. Ultimately, I had a good time only because of the company.

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Kettle of Fish, A900 Pacific Street, Vancouver
A good dine out vancouver experience
Submitted Sunday, February 1, 2009 - 2:31pm [Dine in]

I had a really good dine out Vancouver experience at this restaurant; the ambiance, the food, and the service were all great. The only criticism would be the prawn appetizer being a bit over cooked. But overall the food was well made. The combination of the flavors for the main dish, the Arctic Char, was well thought out. I was most impressed with my dessert, the Gingerbread Cake. The cake was served warmed with moose and brandy sauce - delicious.

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Boathouse Restaurant, The900 Quayside Dr, New Westminster
An acceptable meal only with the special offer
Submitted Sunday, January 11, 2009 - 5:16pm [Dine in]

Previously I have had great experiences at the Boathouse at New Westminister, however this has all changed since my most recent visit there. My friend and I went for the Lobster Fest menu that was on special, it was a good menu that included a lobster bisque, steak/ salmon option for the entree, and a mud-pie/ key-lemon pie for dessert. The service was extremely slow and the food ended up on our table lukewarm. It wasn't an even busy night! When our mud-pie arrived on our table, part of it was still frozen! That is extremely poor for a respectable restaurant chain. Thankfully, our coupon allowed us a $10 discount on each of our meals (amounting to $24 each versus $34 each for regular price).

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