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kitCHEN_GFairview, VancouverSince October 7, 20065 Reviews
Average Rating
4 (4.2)
  • Food3.5 (3.6)
  • Service4 (3.8)
  • Ambiance4.5 (4.4)


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Lolita's South of the Border Cantina1326 Davie Street, Vancouver
Submitted Tuesday, April 24, 2007 - 7:53pm [Dine in]

Difficult to eat with more than a group of 4 people here, but the excellent flavours are great. I had soup and salad -- both excellent and inventive , and my friends had the taquitos which were a good portion for the money. Get here before 5 pm if you don't want to stand to wait for a table!

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Steeps895 West Broadway, Vancouver
Best thing about the Neighbourhood
Submitted Friday, March 30, 2007 - 11:58am [Dine in]

I haven't tasted the food yet but I've been here at least a dozen times since moving into the neighbourhood. I'm VERY glad to have Steeps in my area. It's my favourite tea spot in Vancouver.

The service has been prompt and always pleasant, which I like, and the ambience, hot water refills and sniffing "castle" are the best features. I've been courteously served by the francophone gentleman, the Asian woman, and the brunette with glasses.

I've sat there and studied for several hours without being rushed out the door as well. I've brought two or three other friends there as well and they have all approved highly.

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Sweet Obsession Cakes & Pastries2611 West 16th Ave, Vancouver
My favourite dessert place
Submitted Friday, October 6, 2006 - 7:48pm [Dine in]

I've come to the dessert cafe part dozens of times and it's the best French dessert place in town with the best ambiance. It's packed every evening, even in winter, despite its slightly isolated location.

Restaurant: I tried Trafalgars during the DineOut Vancouver promotion in Jan 2006 and had a delicious meal. I chose it because while all the other well known French restaurants in town (le crocodile, etc.) had a bland prix fixe menu during the promotion, Trafalgars had a more inventive and interesting menu. Our server was stellar, displaying a great deal of knowledge about the food. The food was quite satisfactory, I had no complaints.
The restaurant ambience I would rate more 3.5 stars -- it's not exactly trendy; it verges a little bit on 'neighbourhood restaurant." It's also a bit drafty if you sit opposite the front door (in the winter anyway)

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Watermark1305 Arbutus St., Vancouver
Definitely worth a Visit!
Submitted Friday, October 6, 2006 - 7:17pm [Dine in]

The food is very very good considering the waterfront location! I felt I was taking a gamble after reading the reviews here and I was taking out of town visitiors. The experience was very very good. We went on last Friday night at 6 pm and only had to wait half an hour. The salmon was cooked properly, spicy chili prawns were very good. Not overly huge portions, but not minuscule either.

Our server was very attentive and had good timing, we have no complaints about the service whatsoever. The only thing she forgot was the dressing on the side for the salad (recommended, as they do have a slightly heavy hand).

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La Regalade2232 Marine Dr, #103, West Vancouver
As good as a Parisian bistro
Submitted Friday, October 6, 2006 - 7:10pm [Dine in]

I ate here twice with my French boyfriend, once in October 2005 and again in Feb 2006. The boeuf bourguignon, french onion soup and kidneys were outstanding and as good as you'll get in Paris. The atmosphere was boisterous, like a bistro should be. I also cooked a few recipes from the chef's cookbook and highly recommend it as well.

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