Went to this quaint little restaurant, in The month of February, this review is past its date, but i love cafeteria so much, I just wanted to put a review up. This was the Month of the Notorious Dine Out Vancouver 2011. I work in the Industry and really did not want the hassle, long line ups and Dine out menu, and decided to go to Cafeteria. Really Heard great things about the nice Chalkboard type menu, Having a daily fresh sheet as a menu. I went here with a friend, it was quite a busy place, and they do not take reservations. So me and my friend arrived around 7 o clock, was seated quickly by the hostess. A very small but charming dining area, My only complaint about the Restaurant is its a little hard to see the Menu on the wall, as they do not give u a hand written one. But starting off with the food, had the three course, 32.50. Very affordable, little bit cheaper then dine out. For sure the food would be alot fresher then a dine out menu, as per since dine out Vancouver is busy lots of restaurants Prep food ahead of time. I ordered the Beef tataki, veal scallopine on a mushroom and pea rissoto, and apple pannacotta. my friend order salad, lamb pot roast, peanut butter pie. The service was fast and prompt, very friendly and great. Food came out in good timing, in between coursing of our 3 course meal. The beef tataki was great!!!! if not excellent, lots of crunch from wasabi peas, and could not distinguish what else was on it. but with a great ponzu sauce. IF you don;t like raw beef you should try the tataki. Following on with the second Course, The best rissoto ive had by far in a restaurant and one of the best veal scallopines or veal dishes ive eaten. And end it off with a pretty good pannacotta. The evening was great, food was great, will probably be a regular. If you want superb food at a good price, Come to Cafeteria!!!!!!!!! SOOOO GOOD, i would say one of the best restaurants ive dined in. Thank you Chef Andrey Dubrach and his team!