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KitsKidKitsilanoSince October 9, 200870 Reviews
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3.5 (3.4)
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Poor Italian Trattoria & Ristorante3296 East 1st Avenue, Vancouver
Won't be back
Submitted Thursday, February 11, 2010 - 12:36pm [Dine in]

My family and I took my Father in Law here (group of 6) for his birthday dinner last week. We were sat in the middle of the main room right away as we had a reservation. Ambiance is nice, lots of people, nice level of music, chatty but not disruptive of our dining experience.
Our server was fake the moment he got to our table, he apparently used to work at the Cannery and had mentioned that he was having all sorts of trouble with opening wine and being busy. Sort of a put off but we brushed it off.

I asked for the wine list which was very fairly priced and had a lovely selection, he handed it over and we had to wait another 10 mins after to actually order it then another 5 for him to bring it; we saw him running around, but then again so was everyone else including management, bussers and hostesses so there were plenty of people to help if needed - the only reason why i say this is because I used to work in a restaurant and noticed.
After he opened our wine he poured the entire bottle into 4 glasses (the other 2 weren't drinking), now it's not a big deal but I'd like to have my wine staggered, he even said something like "woah, I guess i over poured, heh" or something.

He mentioned the fish special which was a mediteranean white fish prepared and served whole then deboned tableside by a sous chef. My father in law and husband ordered it. It sounded fantastic. After sharing an antipasto platter which was very nice btw, or meals took approx 40 mins to come out. 2 fish, 1 osso bucco, 1 salmon, 1 bone-in chicken and my mussels. As our food was brought to us we waiting for the frenching to begin for both guys as this was apart of the service, no one came and therefor we waited while our food grew colder by the second. Another server came, deboned one and walked away, we had to call him back and he said "oh I thought there was only one". He proceeded to debone the other and finally, I'd say about 7 mins after receiving our meal, we started. My mussels cold, but broth flavorful, so it had potential, the fish apparently was overcooked and dry, salmon was nice as was the chicken, the ossobucco was salty and very very very small and over priced, with poor presentationa and crunchy risotto.
Our server was overall poor as was our food. From the looks of it most people also had some sort of issue, cold food, poor service, etc.

I won't be back, our bill was about $260 plus tip which is not bad for our group to eat, good value, but not worth it since the food is lacking and the service is really really poor.

The chef came by and asked how our food was but didn't stop just basically said "hello how was everything" and didn't wait for anyone to respond; just walked away. It just got a review in the Globe and Mail and I couldn't agree more. Overall a miss - another thing with the server before I forget; he was cleaning a nearby table and for whatever reason it caught our eyes, he looked at the bill, said something like "pfft, what a joke" and slammed the billfold shut, obviously he didnt get a 'good enough' tip. He obviously didn't know that a) people could hear him and b) we were watching him but it made us all laugh, that pretty much summed up at evening there.

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Royal Restaurant1855 Burrard, Unit 1, Vancouver
Definitley my new favorite on the west side!
Submitted Monday, October 19, 2009 - 7:13pm [Dine in]

I came here again for lunch this afternoon as I was in the area around ten to 12pm.When I arrived there were 4 other diners in the restaurant but no more than grabbing a spot at the bench facing the street the restaurant instantly filled by noon. From what I saw many were return customers(the ladies serving knew them from neighboring offices) and a few were new comers; one guy was telling them how he's being going there for a while but the "secrets out on how good this place is".
As mentioned the restaurant is clean and plain I gave it a good rating because I feel that for what it is, it's great and you can't ask for much more other than friendly service, a clean place to have lunch, and hot food. Most patrons were having the noodle soup but a gentleman next to me happened to order a combo. Wow, it looked awesome, very plentiful and varied. It was similar to a bento box style meal.
Today I ordered the number 7 - which was the flank steak. So good, my mouth is watering just thinking about it, it came out hot and quickly. The lovely ladies that run/own the place are terribly nice and always filling tea and water and asking how it is. It's like eating with your family around.
As mentioned the place filled up by 12pm, I sat for about 30mins eating lunch and for the 30 seat restaurant it was very very busy - with both eat in and take out customers. I am so glad I came across this place and for those of us who dont want to head east it's a great spot! Check it out!

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Baru Latino Restaurante2535 Alma Street, Vancouver
Great New Latin Fare! Check it Out!
Submitted Friday, October 16, 2009 - 4:53pm [Dine in]

I come here often for either a glass of wine and a snack or when I'm craving fantastic carpaccio - their approach is unlike any other and it definalty worth trying - one of my favorites in the city.
The food is tasty and the service is warm and friendly.
The last time I came here I had a glass of wine that was just awesome - it's called Trio and it was from Spain - sooo good and fairly priced - the couple next to us had a bottle and highly recommended it to me, I haven't seen it around so it was great to find something new. This time we ordered the muscles to share and the foccacia bread, it was so good and spicy but enjoyable. The rooms was pretty packed last time I was there but didn't have to wait too long for a table, about 5 mins. I think for "new latin cuisine" it's awesome! Influenced from all latin countries these restaurant is one of my favorites for latin food.

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La Quercia3689 W 4th Ave., Vancouver
Absolutley Delicious from the Wine to the Food.
Submitted Friday, October 16, 2009 - 4:45pm [Dine in]

We came here on the friday before thanksgiving as we've heard they have a tasting menu that was delicious. We made a reservation and we sat among the other diners along the bench. We were a party of 2. I don't mind this type of dining, it was very enjoyable, yes are are very close to the table next to you but funny enough you don't hear anything coming from either side. What your hear is a dull chatter of other diners and the your own conversation, I figure that everyone else is invloved with their own dining expererince that you don't bother listening in on anyways elses.
The room is elegant and clean and very comfortable. We were given the daily offerings by the server and decided in the end to go for the 5 course tasting menu, it was fantastic - the flavours and the variety along with the talent that is showcased on the plate makes for a lovely experience - we ordered a lovely wine from their list, I believe it was called the Luiano, it was a perfect choice to take us through our meal. We enjoyed a charcuterie plate, a carpaccio, 2 pastas courses, a savory custard, a hangar steak and the dessert. The portions were perfect to share and were all delicious - my only complaint was that the pastas didn't come out hot - more warm - but tasty. We dined from 615 until about 815pm and in no way felt rushed to leave. The other diners around us all seemed to be enjoying their meals aswell. I would highly recommend this restaurant. I will definalty be going back, a real treat and a pleasure to have in the neighborhood. If you're looking for great Italian try it.

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Sapporo Sushi4255 Arbutus St, #120, Vancouver
Great Combo Roll Specials - bargain.
Submitted Friday, August 28, 2009 - 11:30am [Dine in]

When in the area I always make a point of stopping for a bite between appointments. I usually get the cali roll/spicy tuna roll 16 pcs for $4.95 it's incredible value for the calibre of roll that they're making out of this place - the room is small but very clean - it's always busy but the wait is never long - they have a variety of newspapers and magazines to read thru and free tea.
The owners and the sushi chefs are all very nice. There are several menu item but I have yet to try the sashimi. Like the other reviewer said the rolls are fresh and have a lovely texture, they also are well portioned and the crab meat is slightly chilled - it's delicious.

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Senova Restaurant1864 W. 57th Ave, Vancouver
GO HERE!! IT'S A HIDDEN GEM...waiting to be discovered.
Submitted Friday, August 28, 2009 - 12:19am [Dine in]

Came here with our closest friends as they've never been here before - they used to live close by but had no idea that it existed.
I have been here with clients many times and have always enjoyed all aspects of the restaurant.
The 4 of us decided to share a few tapas plates; the lamb meatballs - delicious, moist, and came out hot, the bruschetta - "one of the best bruschetta I've had.. ever - said our friends, the frites which were home made and came with a tasty aioli and we were told they had a suckling pig entree that we all shared aswell. All of us were more than impressed and were enjoying the food, cold was cold and hot was hot, the GM and servers are absolulty lovely and assured everything was to our liking, not just for us but for every table in the restaurant.
The boys had 2 beers each and us girls shared wine, our bill was more than fair with all being more than full - in a good way.
This restaurant is one of those places that you want to stay 'secret' but also know that many many people would love to 'find' it. It's by far one of my favorite places to eat. The room itself is lovely, fresh flowers and outdoor seating (w/ heaters) is available - where we sat - the room is an open concept kitchen with and open bar aswell. We went around 730 and they had the majority full - many diners very cleary local - many people like us late 20's early 30's living on the west side find it harder to find restaurants that offer that style of dining, high calibre, not expensive but not 'cheap'. Mid range.
I have nothing but great things to say - it's a mix of spanish, italian, french and of course portugese. A true gem... do yourself a favor - check it out.

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T & T Supermarket Deli179 Keefer Place, Vancouver
Who Knew?!
Submitted Tuesday, August 4, 2009 - 3:25pm [Dine in]

I've come here before to grab a quick bite, there is a wide variety of self serve meals including rolls/sashimi, a hot food take out section much like in a foodcourt mall, a cold salad section. The deli is clean and the food is always fresh.
They have a seating/eating section that is good to sit if you want to grab and go but it's not always super clean, there's also seating outside across the street on nice days. I spend $7 for 2 small salad rolls and 1 small helping from the cold salad bar. It was delicious. They also have bakery which is to die for. Around lunch time it tends to get a bit hectic with all types of people grabbing a bite - elderly, younger school kids, students and business people. When in the area it's my first choice for a quick lunch. Definalty give it a try.

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Don Guacamoles1333 Robson Street, Vancouver
Pretty good
Submitted Wednesday, July 29, 2009 - 12:02pm [Dine in]

My sister and I grabbed a bite about 4pm on a Tuesday afternoon. The place was very busy with a buzzing kitchen. We weren't greeted by anyone at the door but I walked up to a server and asked and were told to grab a seat on the patio which was busy but not full.
We were given menus and brought out the complimentary salsa and chips.. very good. The ambiance was nice as it was breezy on the patio with enough shade. We ordered the guac - good not great and over priced for the amount - the chicken burrito and the chicken tacos - also good - the burrito was HUGE and the tacos were very tasty - fairly priced but didn't blow me away. To drink they had Horchata which was good but had no ice - it was served chilled but quickly warmed up. Anyhow overall the food was pretty good, there was a packed house by 5pm and many latinos (us included) were dining and enjoying the meal. With horchata, a beer, quac, burrito and tacos (3) our bill came to about $43 without tip and with complimentary chips/salsa. I'd go back to try something different, nice little patio to enjoy a beer.

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Sai Z3116 West Broadway, Vancouver
Slow start but it turned around
Submitted Friday, July 10, 2009 - 2:03pm [Dine in]

We came here last night after reading the menu the day before. They had a summer special for $40 which was 5 course that could be shared btwn 2 ppl. We opted do a la carte instead.
We were greeted and chose to sit on the patio, after hanging out with our menus for about 10 mins we decided to move to the bar; after hanging out at the bar for another 5 I asked if theres anyone we can order through, so the service was not very attentive to say the least. One of the hostess that had finished her shift was sitting on the end of the bar; she obviously noticed our impatience so she got up and offered to take our order, we were pretty grateful for that; she had mentioned that they're unusually busy for a Thursday (8pm) and apologized for the delay.
After we got our drinks we were a little more relaxed.
We decided to share a Green Salad; mixed greens tasty dressing, Beef Tataki; beef was not very flavorful the ponzu dressing was lacking, Gyoza; came out hot very good, Combo rolls(4 cali, 4 tuna, 4 salmon,4crunchy ebi) all were very good, fresh tasting, Miso soup; nice broth. All the food was nicely presented and well prepared they offered many unique rolls on the menu too. The menu is very easy to read and has little desciptions of the more ornate rolls, dishes whcih was nice for those who are not familiar with Japanses fare.
Our meal came to $44 plus tax/tip which also included one gls of wine each. Even though the service was bad in the beginning we were taken care throughout our meal and were apologized to for the 'mix up'. Overall the food is quite good, the menu is fairly prirced so in my opinion has good value, the restaurant itself is nice, multiple levels and clean. We'll be back I'm sure.

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Temaki Sushi2156 W. Broadway, #2, Vancouver
A new favorite!
Submitted Saturday, June 27, 2009 - 9:19pm [Dine in]

Came here for dinner after hearing great things. Walked in and were greeted and sat right away. The room itself is bright and clean, not your typical japanese restaurant. I've driven by hundreds of times but assmumed it was really expensive but it was the complete opposite. The service was really friendly and fast. The sashimi was unlike any I've had, espescially paying those prices. Our whole dining experience was lovely, my only issue was the restroom, they are unisex and a little messy, not dirty, just messy. Anyhow we orderd the spicy tuna/salmon/avocado sashimi, one cali roll, on philly roll, 1 tuna roll, 2 miso soups, 1 green salad and 6pc gyoza and 1 beer and our bill came to $34 plus tip! I was floored! Thevalue for what you get is fantastic and the quality in the product really showed. We ran into friends that were about to dine and they too have been long time customers. We arrived around 7pm and there were only 2 tables left, byt the time we finished our meal there was a wait list and they were continually resetting tables to accomodate the wait. I will definalty be back!

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Thai Terrace2872 West Broadway, Vancouver
Check out the lunch specials..good deals
Submitted Thursday, June 25, 2009 - 3:39pm [Dine in]

Popped in by myself for something quick. I ordered off their lunch specials and had the brocolli and beef in oyster sauce, it was huge! I came with rice and salad and a spring roll. I asked if they make they springrolls inhouse and was pleased to hear that they did!
I sat at the window and noticed that there was a rack of mags and newspapers, the girl that took my order also cooked my food and brought it out. It was a little warm inside but sitting near the door and having a big glass of water helped. In the 20 mins that I sat there I'd say 6 different ppl came to pick up or place an order for food. It was very good and tasted fresh. I was really happy and the value for the amount of food if awesome from the Lunch Specials. I'll be back for sure.

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Yuji's Japanese Tapas2059 W. 4th Avenue, Vancouver
Overpriced.. yikes
Submitted Thursday, June 25, 2009 - 3:24pm [Dine in]

Came here for a late lunch yesterday with a friend, he wa starving, I wasn't. The room is minimalistic and clean. We ordered cold saki - which was fairly priced. I had the steak tataki which was just okay. The beef was actually quite sinewy, I really had to chew a few pieces in order to swallow them, great flavor though. My friend order a papaya roll, saba/salmon/tuna sashimi and some other roll all on brown rice. He really enjoyed the nigiri but said the rolls were blah. They looked blah. The server was very nice and attentive.
Our meal came to almost $70 dollars... I was blown away and not in a good way. It felt like a rip off and I'm not one to complain.. I'll spend money on good food, but it wasn't. Our saki was like $18 a bottle my tataki was 9 I think and the rest was the sushi! it was crazy. We paid our bill and left. Won't go back unforunatley.

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Il Terrazzo555 Johnson St., Victoria
Just okay
Submitted Thursday, June 25, 2009 - 3:06pm [Dine in]

My husband and I came here having been told it's one of the best restaurants in Victoria for Italian. We had a reso for 7pm and when we arrived it was packed to the brims. The servers didn't acknowledge us right away, they were talking about a table or something but didn't even say "one moment" or "we'll be right with you". Not terribly impressed and kind of awkwardly standing there wondering what there deal was my husband interupted them, they found our reso and sat as next to the doors that lead to the terrace.
We were really excited to enjoy our night and so we looked into the wine list. I chose 2 wines having known that sometimes on large lists you may need a back up as they may or may not have that wine. Both wines were unavailable, my husband then chose a wine and it too was not around, after asking our server he chose something and it was perfect. We were brought bread with a delicious tapanade. We decided to share the mussels which were great, the carpaccio which was also very good and our final course was the braised short rib. This was okay, and I was really disappointed as I was looking forward to it. It sounded fantastic on the menu, the fennel that was accompanying the ribs were really mushy, the potatos were crispy on the outside and dryyyy on the inside and as the the ribs they not quite done. It didn't really slide off the bone and the demi glaze that was finishing the dishes was terribly salty, we actually didn't even finish, the portion was pretty big but it was a shame that it was not done properly. Another thing that I was kind of put off with is that we told our server that we wanted to take our time and go through each course sharing including the main. When it came out he brought the entree and one small side plate and walks away to grab pepper I'm thinking he also going to grab another plate but istead slides the dish over to my husband and put this little dish infront of me.We both laughed thinking how funny it looked, we also used to work in restaurants so it's funny to see peoples train of thought when serving, you can weed out the good ones from the bad ones in little things like that... Anyhow....
We get another plate from the busser and as mentioned ate our mediocre ribs.
We finshed our night with americanos and enjoyed the romantic setting. Even though it was busy each table had their own private party going on and looked like many where doing the same thing we were. Overall the food was good, not great and nothing special. The value is okay, fairly priced but you get what you pay for, I would rather spend a little more money and get amazing food. The service was good including the other busser/servers. The ambiance is what I really enjoyed, a great room. I'd go back... maybe.. maybe not.. I'll decide on the flight over.

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Zocalo2515 Main Street, Vancouver
Loved it
Submitted Thursday, June 25, 2009 - 2:43pm [Dine in]

Came here with a friend as we were both craving ceviche. I hadn't been but had been told by others it's good. I figured they should a ceviche since they're a latin restaurant - they did so it was perfect. We were in a bit of a rush so ordered right away, it came out nice and cold. Refreshing and perfect for sharing around 9 bucks or something. I had a beer and she had margarita, they were on special there was some sort of mix up with the drink but was rectified right away. We had come from a long walk prior to eating and I was terribly thirsty, I pretty much slammed my water and the server noticed, we joked about our walk and I said that since i'll probably be dowing waters to leave a jug or something she said that she didn't mind filling my glass and to chug away, she was really nice and like I said incredably attentive. Still slightly peckish we orderd the bean tacos to share. Also really good and someting around $8. All it was were beans but seasoned, queso fresco and a lightly dressed salad, i think it came with salsa. Delicious. We were there for a little over 30 mins. In and out. The food was great, the place was full for having a small space, the music was great and the service awesome.
It's a perfect place to come and share a few plates, there entree menu looked good too from what i remember reading, but be warned this isn't 'tex-mex' crap that most people eat, it's a take on latin american dishes done on tapas style. I'll definatley check it out again.

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Uva Wine Bar900 Seymour St, Vancouver
It's a cafe in the day?
Submitted Thursday, June 25, 2009 - 2:25pm [Dine in]

Came here for a meeting late morning after being told that they have light pastries, paninis etc in the day time.
I got there around 1030am and it was empty and dark. I told the bartender that there would be 4 total and he told me to sit wherever. I did. The 'light menu' that I was given had things like croissants, biscotti that type of thing, a pasta and 2 or 3 paninis. Since nothing jumped out I had a cap and a croissant. The coffee was good, they're brewing 49th Parallel whihc is lovely. We actually all weren't to impressed and so we all had a crossiant. Anyways, meh, it was okay, the pastry was super small probably the size of 2 tibits put together, I was expecing the big kind. No butter or creamcheese or jam or whatever people but on crossants was offered. No big deal but some cared more than others. We stayed for about 45 mins as we went and our waters were topped off by the bartender and were the only patrons the whole time. I won't be coming back for the coffee or the pastris.... dinner whole other story. They should stick to dinner.

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Bistro Pastis2153 W. 4th Ave, Vancouver
Great Value for Yummy French
Submitted Thursday, June 25, 2009 - 2:15pm [Dine in]

Came here for lunch around 2pm on a Tuesday. It wasn't full but it had about 6 other tables and for a smaller restaurant it was lively.
The server was attentive and informative, there were a variety of features a pasta, a quiche, an omellete, a main course and a soup. He romanced all of them and left us with the menu to decide. My client and I shared the salmon tartar which was delcioius, perfecly seasoned, flavourful, we also had the steak tartar aswell, same deal, done with parsely as opposed to the salmon one being done with dill. Both great. My main course were the chorizo mussels in the appy size, it was awesome, the dish came out nice and hot and the broth was so aromatic. He had braised lamb.. he enjoyed it thouroughly.
The food came out at an appropriate time for lunch ...and hot. We had great service and enjoyed sitting close to the window being wide open, I thought it'd be noisy from the street but it wasn't it was a nice treat, the light breeze filled the restaurant on a semi hot day.
Anyhow for the 2 courses and a bottle of pellegrino it was something aournd $65 which was a steal. We were told that the wine often goes on 30% off on certain days(I dont recall what day) they usually have a full house when ive gone on the wknds. One of my top french restaurants in my neighborhood. Check it out! Also, I think a lot of ppl think you need to get all gussied up to try it, albiet it makes for a lovely dinner and a night out but when we went there in the afternoon the majority of the diners where dressed semi-casually and looked like either ppl from the neighborhood or tourists.

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Gastropod1938 W. 4th Avenue, Vancouver
See Ya!
Submitted Thursday, May 7, 2009 - 4:34pm [Dine in]

Went to Gastropod mid week and came to find out that the restaurant would be closing over the wknd. We felt lucky to have learned this as this was the first time dining experience.
Overall the food was okay, for the six course menu and wine pairings our bill came to roughly $150 per person. Outrageous for what we got. Albiet the food was good I found the value was not there; and judging by the lack of patrons dining it appeard that some have come to this conclusion on their own and that word has spread; perhaps even over dinehere. What I did appreciate was the innovative plating and the talent that showed on our plates by their kitchen staff.
It's too bad this restaurant didn't succeed; but obvious why. It was overly expensive and lacked something, but I dont know what. Good luck to the next place.

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Whole Foods Market1675 Robson Street, Vancouver
Nice Salad; Patio area needs to be cleaned up.
Submitted Tuesday, April 7, 2009 - 6:08pm [Dine in]

Had about 30 mins in between meetings so I popped into get a salad. The salad bar was somewhat messy but they had a solid little selection of olives, lettuces, beets and a few other items. They unfortunalty had gone through their house vinegrette and hadn't refilled it so I did without dressing. They have about 4 others but they're either too sweet or high fat. Anyhow other than being a bit messy and slightly understocked I got what I wanted. I payed for my salad and went and sat at on the patio since it was such a great day. The crappy thing is that rude/annoying people leave their used plates on the table even though there's a clear sign asking to bring your plates to the used dish drop off area OR the tables hadn't been cleaned yet so the majority of the tables were dirty; I shoved some stuff to the side and sat at the high top bench facing the street, nice to people watch but not great since the tables were all messy.
Overall I got what I wanted and it tasted great, I usually go to the Capers on 4th and absolutley love it; the arugula/cheese/egg breakfast sandwhich is awesome as is the lox bagel. I'm sure they're the same at the Robson location. In terms of value it was okay, they hadn't replenished anything yet so I had to pick from what was left, luckily I liked everything so it was okay for me; maybe different for others. I'll stick to the 4th location though.

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Stonegrill1661 Granville St, Vancouver
This place didn't 'rock'.
Submitted Saturday, April 4, 2009 - 9:42pm [Dine in]

We came here for a friends birthday over the wknd, 7 people total. The room reminds me of a chinese restaurant mind you the view is great. We were sat in the middle of the room next to some water feature and a server station, I think that if you had a window seat your ambiance would be more pleasing. I've come here before and noticed that they have brought the prices down, but the value is not there. Their wine list is very poor and WAY over priced. They are offering a prix fix menu for $39, which was well received by those who ordered it. I opted to get the seafood teaser as my main course with a side of vegetables, overall good but not great. The scallops were the best, there was a small filet of cuddlefish, 2 prawns and 2 mussells for $15. The rest of the menu is overpriced in my opinion.
Our server was nice but a little forgetful at times and somewhat slow. I have to say that he did a great job explaining the menu to us and demonstrating the proper method to cook our meal.
I think this place has a great concept but needs some updating and a revamp of the pricing. For a lot of people, including myself, is a place to go and say that you've tried it. The last time I went was over a year ago and is usually with first time diners wanting to check it out for themselves. The great thing about this place is that every bite is hot. The food tastes good, the room is okay, enjoyable. I'm sure we'll be back eventually. A neat way of dining.

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Kishu Sky1815 West 1st Avenue, Vancouver
Delicious sushi - a neighborhood favorite!
Submitted Wednesday, April 1, 2009 - 11:55am [Dine in]

Once again kishu rocks it. Their newer menu is easy to read and has a few lovely additions that taste great. Like I said I'm a regular here and have continued to have great service and tasty fresh japanese fare.
I went yesterday for lunch and had a combo from their lunch special. It came with a salad, miso soup, rice, mixed tempura (incl. prawn) and a california roll all for only $7.50! wow! you can't beat that! They have about 12 other combos all ranging from $6-$8 dollars.
They have hired a few new girls that are really nice too.
This restaurant has done a complete 180, past reviews were indicative of the old Kishu, the new and improved is a local favorite for all of us.

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