Submitted Tuesday, November 11, 2008 - 8:39pm [Dine in]
The servers don't care about you. The food is okay, but there are definitely better vietnamese noodles elsewhere (especially the one on the Vancouver/Burnaby borderline - I've been trying to go there again, but I totally forgot where it was...).
Bad quality. Go to the Korean restuarant beside it instead.
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Submitted Tuesday, November 11, 2008 - 8:35pm [Dine in]
It's a noodle house and therefore, most of the menu will consist of noodles. But it is very good. Delicious. A bit pricey compared to other Korean noodles, but it is worth it. I'd rather pay that much for these noodles than eat some crap noodles for 1-2 dollars less.
I know that won jo means "original" in Korean, and I can assure you, it is not false advertising.
I recommend it for sure. Even for like a first or second date. haha.,
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To those who think it's good - you obviously don't know quality sushi.
Submitted Tuesday, November 11, 2008 - 8:13pm [Dine in]
As others have said, service is terrible. The servers get paid $8.00 (saw their advertisement on Craigslist, and I know someone who worked there before), most of whom are high school kids. They really don't care about service quality, as long as they get paid.
Food is okay, yes. But there are other sushi restaurants that are much better, with superb service. This restuarant is for high school kids who just blow off $20.00 for anything.
I don't blame the servers or the cooks; it is a hard enviroment in which to work, and there are never enough servers.
I blame the owner. Probably underpays the cooks, and NEVER EVER has enough servers. Hey owner! You need more than 3 servers when all of your 15 tables are full, with 3 more parties waiting to be served!
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