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KujiboWest VancouverSince March 10, 2007127 Reviews
Average Rating
3 (3)
  • Food3 (3)
  • Service3 (3)
  • Value3 (3.1)
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Mosquito Creek Bar & Grill2601 Westview Drive, North Vancouver
I like their food
Submitted Sunday, July 1, 2007 - 2:14pm [Dine in]

I've come here a number of times over the last few years. Recently they have converted from a restaurant to a bar so you can't bring your kids here, but nothing else has changed much.

The food is my favourite thing about this place. It's a bit similar to what you might find in earl's but with a bit more of a pub slant. They tend to use some more interesting ingredients like aged white cheddar. Hard to explain but everything tastes a bit different here and I like it. My favourite is the shaved steak sandwich - made with flatbread, white cheddar, sauce, and comes with red wine au jus. Out of the hundreds of places I've eaten, this may just be my favourite dish out of all of them. They have a variety of other food like burgers, curries, pizza, etc. Wasn't a big fan of the burgers. They have a daily soup that is usually an interesting creation and you can get it instead of fries with your meal. The pop is refillable which is a nice bonus for a bar.

Service I've never had any complaints about and is usually done with a smile.

Ambiance - the restaurant is in a large nice building. It's usually quite dead by day but picks up at night, there is often life entertainment. I even noticed a bouncer in front last time I walked by which was quite funny. The party crowd inside is on the older side. I usually go in the day as the night scene isn't my thing when trying to dine with my wife.

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Takarabune Japanese Restaurant6459 Victoria Drive, Vancouver
Hasn't changed much
Submitted Saturday, June 30, 2007 - 4:12pm [Dine in]

This is one of the first japanese restaurants I used to frequent 15 years ago. Had a recent visit after not being back for a few years. It really hasn't changed very much. It's a real japanese restaurant.

Food I can't complain about. Nothing too special, but nothing bad. My biggest complaint is they seem to cut the sashimi too thick now, and sushi is also a bit too big. Sashimi should be thin enough that you can load enough soy sauce on it without choking down a huge piece in one bite. Sure you probably get more this way but it's just not right in my opinion. I think a 4 is a bit generous for food, I actually give it a 3.5.

Service in the past has been alright, but nothing special either. On this trip though the restaurant was pretty busy and service spotty. They bring water in tiny glasses. I like to drink a lot of water when I eat sushi. I would have needed 8 of those glasses, and I knew I wasn't going to get it. Only got one refill and was dry for most of the time. Come on, just give us bigger glasses or leave the pitcher or whatever. It was hard to ask for stuff because they were rushing away before you could finish talking.

Ambiance isn't any different than 15 years ago. Back then it was fairly acceptable, but restaurants have made a point these days of making themselves a special place to visit. Even places with crap food have nice digs. Honestly this place looks like a bit of a dump. But you might find the same thing in Japan, so it's only out of context here.

One thing I did notice on this visit is in their latest menus, their bentos and boats are actually priced pretty well - $12 to $17 for dinner boxes and $41 for a boat for two. That's quite reasonable for authentic japanese so props to them.

There are other Japanese places I'd rather eat (even if not Japanese run) but I'll probably be back once every couple of years for the something different experience.

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Manchu Wok935 Marine Drive, #11, North Vancouver
A common food fair choice for me
Submitted Wednesday, June 13, 2007 - 12:40am [Dine in]

I sometimes eat at Manchu Wok 3 times a week (usually Metrotown or Brentwood).

I tried this location recently. Interesting how the prices vary by mall - quite a bit cheaper here than Metrotown for example.

Selection at this location I found a bit weak that day. There's about 5 or 6 dishes the Wok serves up that I really like (pepper beef, honey garlic chicken, ginger chicken, general tso's chicken, etc.) but I didn't see any of them there. Nothing else there really set me on fire and was verified when I ate it,

The thing that drives me the most crazy about Manchu Wok is the portion sizes are often inconsistent. In fact I avoided this place for years because my initial experience was chincy portions. Further visits had larger portions. Then chincy portions. Drives me nuts. This varies a bit by location as well. Most other chinese fast food places I get basically heap it on the plate so there is no doubt. Not sure how the Capilano location fares for consistency, it was OK on our only visit. If it wasn't for the inconsistent portions I'd give the Wok overall 4 stars.

Service is always really fast at the Wok, even if there is a big lineup they blow through it really quick.

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Aka Tom-Bo751 Lonsdale Avenue, North Vancouver
Dunno about this place
Submitted Tuesday, June 12, 2007 - 2:48am [Dine in]

Tried this place out a few months back. Actually I was really hoping it was still the lonsdale sushi and pizza as my daughter loved pizza at the time but we wanted sushi. The sign above still said pizza - the sign needs replacing =). Too bad we never got to try it.

Ordered a boat. The food was OK for the most part. The odd interesting item on there. However, the robata items looked like they were grilled a few days earlier and then just quickly reheated. Who knows what it was but that's how the looked and tasted - not good at all. Never had robata that bad before.

The water I got seemed funky (soapy or something). Turned me off. Tried to order a Cider. Was brought a draft beer instead?! Asked what's up, she's all confused, says they don't serve cider (it's on their menu). She didn't seem to grasp english very well - miscommunication. That's fine but she just kind of ran off in shame or something and didn't ask me if I wanted anything else. We were the only customers in the place. Don't think the service was malicious, more like clueless.

Ambience was probably the best part. It's small, but the booths are nice and the lamp shades are cool.

I could see us just having an unlucky visit, but there's no reason to go back so never did and never will. I did want to like this place.

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OPA! Of Greece4820 Kingsway, #325, Burnaby
There is a much better option
Submitted Tuesday, June 12, 2007 - 12:57am [Dine in]

So this is greek food fair fare.

The food tastes OK here. I really have two problems with this place thus the overall lower rating:

1) What's put on your plate is not terribly impressive. A Kalamari plate is kalamari, greek salad ... and some tzatziki messily slopped over the kalamari. No Rice, no potatoes, no pita bread. The Kalamari was a bit mushy too but it tasted fine.

2) It's overpriced on top of that. $8 for that Kalamari plate.

You can get a Kalamari platter at Pita King (or Pita World or whatever they call it) for $7.50, and it comes with rice/potatoes and pita, tastes better, and is absolutely heaped on to your plate.

What upsets me even more is after the new food fair opened up, Pita King was gone and replaced by Opa. Opa is simply vastly inferior to Pita King.

That said I do occasionaly pick up a low carb plate here when I'm trying to eat healthy as it's one of a very few healthy things you can find at the mall. You do pay a lot for what you get though.

But if you want much better food and value, head over to Brentwood for the greek food there.

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Palki Restaurant116 East 15th St., North Vancouver
A bit dissapointing, but OK
Submitted Sunday, June 10, 2007 - 1:56pm [Dine in]

I went for Sunday buffet.

I love Indian buffets and I've dined at several others. By far the best is Saffron in Burnaby. I'm stating this because I think I've been spoiled by Saffron which may explain some comments in this review.

The buffet was fairly limited in selection, butter chicken, tandoori chicken, plain rice, yam(?) fries, a few other vegetarian hot dishes, and a few salads. Saffron has triple this.

I can live with a small buffet if I find the food tasty, but the food was a bit dissapointing. It was simply too bland for my liking. The butter chicken seemed a bit runny and a bit tasteless. The only thing they had that I felt like getting seconds of was the fries. The naan was quite good as well. Again if I compare the Saffron buffet, I'd take almost all 15 dishes there over any of the the dishes here.

There was one waiter (perhaps owner?) serving the place. It started getting busy, but he was keeping up. He had a nice friendly personality and made you feel at home.

While I didn't have any kind of horrible time here, it was a bit weak compared to the other buffets I've been too. I won't be back just because I'd simply rather go somewhere else.

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Joey550 Lougheed Highway, Coquitlam
Like Earls, but maybe a bit better?
Submitted Saturday, June 2, 2007 - 11:59am [Dine in]

So this place is pretty much an Earl's clone. I think the decor is a bit nicer than the typical Earl's though. It makes you feel good hanging out in there.

Food is also similar to Earl's but a bit different, so it's nice to try a few different things. Only dissapointment so far was some greek appetizer platter we ordered which was supposed to be a variety of things (kalamari, etc.). Problem is it was 3/4 pita bread (like 20 slices or something). Just WAY too much pita bread, got totally sick of it.

Service is good, obviously they take care in this area. Lots of eye candy in this department too which I'll never complain about. It's funny when it starts to get busy they even have a curtain at the front door to divide people showing up and waiting from the dining area. Almost like going into a club. Kind of a nice touch actually so you don't have to stare at the horde eyeing your table which can be a bit nerve wracking.

Don't bring your young kids here, as they hate them (you can google up on it). No high chairs, etc. They want to keep it to a certain vibe, fair enough. That said we did bring your 3 year old here once before we knew better and they didn't look at us too funny.

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Burger Heaven Restaurant77 10th Street, New Westminster
Overpriced for what it is
Submitted Saturday, June 2, 2007 - 11:40am [Dine in]

If the prices were lower I could give this place a firm 3, but with the high prices the 3 star rating is generous - I'd tend more to a 2.5 stars if you could.

Menu has a good amount of burger options and toppings. We tried a couple of burgers. They were just OK. Nothing special to define them and they were far from my favourite. I'm starting to think it's me or nobody has taste buds as I don't think much of Vera's, Red Onion, or similar highly regarded places either. I would say it was a bit better than Vera's, and much better than Red Onion (shudder). I'd however take White Spot, Red Robin, or Milestones any day over Burger Heaven.

The place looks like a bit of a dump, but the decor is interesting with the old newspaper clippings and pictures of people from the 80s.

The parking is a bit of a hassle around there too. Small parking lot and pay parking all around. Not sure why New West has pay parking given it's such a dump. I won't dine here again because of it's high prices and location.

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Hamaei Japanese Restaurant2601 Westview Drive, #620, North Vancouver
Old-school Japanese Restaurant!
Submitted Saturday, June 2, 2007 - 2:21am [Dine in]

This may be the kind of place you dined at 20 years ago before the non-japanese run AYCE/etc. invasion of quasi-japanese restaurants started.

The first thing I noticed was everything is a la carte (no boats, boxes, etc). That was a bit of a shock as I haven't seen that in years. I have to admit that kind of bugs me as quite frankly I am lazy and perhaps cheap and don't want to hunt through the menu ordering when I could just point to a boat. For this reason alone I haven't rushed to go back (even 20 years ago authentic japanese included boxes and boats).

It's the little things they do at this restaurant that impress me. Real Japanese service. A complimentary small starter dish. The Wasabi is different - you realize you've been eating the goo out of a tube at all the other restaurants, where their wasabi is different and fresh (it has fibers in it), and tastes great. We also noticed actual Japanese diners here too, which I have to say is extremely rare in a Japanese restaurant these days (my wife is Japanese too)!

The food itself was good.

Ambience was so so, it's a bit of a hole in the wall and nothing special.

In summary if you are looking for an authentic japanese experience a la carte this is a good option to try. You could probably run up a big bill pretty quick here. While I give it high marks I don't see myself going back often at all as there are some similar options out there I prefer, but others may prefer this place.

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Eighties Restaurant110 West 14th St., North Vancouver
Good value for the geriatric crowd
Submitted Saturday, June 2, 2007 - 2:05am [Dine in]

My wife and I are products of the 80s and still think it was the greatest decade ever. So when we heard of this restaurant we laughed our butts off and had to try it.

The food was dinerish in nature. Can't say we thought it was that great. But it wasn't terrible. Burgers were OK.

Best thing I could say about this place is the value. Prices are pretty low. This seems to bring in the senior crowd (guess this is where they ended up after white spot went upscale). The low prices save this place from being a 2 star overall experience.

I was a bit dissapointed in the decor actually, didn't seem particularly swimming in 80s stuff but does remind you of a place you might eat at in the 80s.

It's not likely we'll be back as the food didn't do it for us, but if we were in the area we might give it another go.

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Lonsdale Sushi1540 Lonsdale Avenue, North Vancouver
Just another so so sushi place
Submitted Saturday, June 2, 2007 - 1:36am [Dine in]

Probably wouldn't have tried this place but our daughter wanted some udon so we ducked in here instead of another option on Lonsdale.

So it's a Japanese restaurant but other than the food nothing feels too Japanese about it. Obviously not Japanese run (no that I always care), but the dining chairs belong in a chinese restaurant. Decor was fairly spartan and bland.

Service was alright. Funny thing is they give you a small water glass and only half fill it. About one ounce of water. I drink like a fish when I eat sushi so that could be annoying had I not ordered a pop.

Ordered a boat and it was OK. Can't really remember much about it except they forgot our sunomono. Just typical so so japanese food. What brings the rating down to 2 is the Udon was not very good at all. Bland and mushy.

Anyway, while not a horrible experience we won't be back, there are just much better options and other places to try. I'll take Ichiban or even Sushi-man any day over this.

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Sammy J. Peppers Grill & Bar4755 Kingsway, #200, Burnaby
Mixed bag of experiences
Submitted Saturday, June 2, 2007 - 12:51am [Dine in]

My least favourite thing about the kingsway location is the parking lot. It's weird and mental, and there are smelly dumpsters where you walk out. Not the greatest way to start a meal out. We pretty much avoid this location for that reason.

They serve the kind of food I like (cajun inspired). I don't like the burgers here however. I do like the rajun cajun sandwich and the cajun chicken sandwich. Also like how you can get soup instead of fries/salad. Also had some surprisingly tasty pasta here (some kind of spicy sausage thing).

Biggest problem with the food however is inconsistency. I've had a rajun cajun that was bland and dry as hell, and another that was spectacular and juicy. Perhaps varies by location/cook.

They also have a kids menu which is nice as our young daughter gets dragged out with us.

Service is generally good, however my last trip to the North Shore location was terrible. Server was an idiot, took a minute to write down a single order (I don't know how). Ordered diet coke and got coke (a pet peeve, I really wish diet was another colour!). So I say it's not diet coke, he says it is, but he goes and gets me another one. But it's still coke. Maybe they hooked the machines up backwards, but I more think the server was retarded as it fit in with everything else he did. Shortly after that location closed down so I figure they knew they were doomed and had whoever working there who just didn't care, so I discount that incident.

Sammy J's is certainly a place I'll frequent when convenient but not go out of my way to visit (too bad north shore closed).

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Samba Brazilian Steak House1122 Alberni Street, Vancouver
Mmmmmmmeat ...
Submitted Monday, May 28, 2007 - 11:03pm [Dine in]

Eaten here a few times and would go more if it wasn't downtown (not my favourite area to go).

Obviously if you love meat you will likely love this place. All sorts of fresh meat brought around, ostrich, sirloin, sausages, etc., and you can eat all you like. Salad bar is OK but nothing that special and I have to try to avoid filling up on any.

Only real complaints about the food is for me it is sometimes just too rare for my liking. I'm not a fan of a pool of blood on my plate and you don't necessarily get a choice of how well it is done. Some people will love it this way but the point is you don't have much control over how it is done. When it isn't busy (like you are the only customer) they will sometimes put it back on the grill though. The other thing I would say is don't come too late as things will be winding down and you might only be getting the same piece of meat coming around over and over. Best to go when it's busier as the selection is large.

Service is alright, though sometimes the guys bringing the meat around can get a bit snippy if you say no you don't want that cut of meat too many times.

Ambience is nice, and there is live guitar/singing music every time I've been there from the same guy who is pretty good. It can be a bit loud though when sitting close.

In summary I really do like the concept of this place.

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Old Spaghetti Factory14200 Entertainment Blvd, #110, Richmond
A shame spaghetti isn't better or it would be really great
Submitted Sunday, May 27, 2007 - 1:41am [Dine in]

Over the years we've dined zillions of times at OSF, first frequenting gastown, then new west, and now mostly richmond as gastown is too much hassle, and new west is a dump.

I've always loved the concept of the decor, I can remember going there 30 years ago as a young kid and the tram and decor was the coolest thing. Richmond is not as cool for decor.

When I got older I loved the idea of the bread, salad, and ice cream included (and coffee/tea). Pop is refillable too which is a big bonus. Years ago I was addicted to the bread, now it doesn't seem as good, maybe they changed it.

Biggest problem is quite frankly the food is not so great and in particular the spaghettis sucks. To me it's not drained well enough before serving which results in a watery disaster. It's also usually not al dente enough. The sauces are nothing special. Kids would probably love it though as it's bland enough. Myself I get the seafood fettucine 90% of the time as it's pretty good so I recommend that. They also make a very tasty caesar salad, right up there with the best in the city.

The best deal is to go for lunch and get their salad/soup and sandwich special for like $7.50 or whatever it is now.

Service at the richmond location has been more miss than hit unfortunately. For the longest time we usually got this completely dense waiter who was like a robot who always screwed things up. We'd cringe each time we got him. Everyone else was fine, and hopefully he has moved on by now. When we frequented the new west location we often got one particular server who was one of the best we've ever had dining over the years.

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Sushi-man1307 Marine Drive, North Vancouver
Cheap and efficient
Submitted Sunday, May 27, 2007 - 12:52am [Dine in]

Been here twice.

Food is OK but lots of imitation crab sticks are served, which is a pet peeve of mine. California rolls just aren't right that way and they also seemed to lack enough mayo. The fake crab trend started 15 years ago and was common but it seems almost all places these days have moved away from it, even fairly cheap places. Other than that food was OK.

Service is a bit tough to rate. Food order is taken quickly and food comes ridiculously quick, can't complain about speed. However, our main server (manager I think) doesn't really even look at you, smile, seems cold, etc. When he brought straws he slammed them into our drinks and startled us. It was actually a bit entertaining and funny. Just nothing at all like traditional japanese service. Some of the other servers looked a bit warmer than him however.

The prices are very cheap and portions decent. If you need a quick cheap sushi fix this might fit the bill. I wouldn't be one to frequent the place though as I'd rather have top quality service and food and pay a bit more for it at other places that fit that description.

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TGI Friday's4700 Kingsway, Burnaby
The worst burger award
Submitted Friday, May 25, 2007 - 11:59am [Dine in]

Eaten here several times over the years. Not sure why, probably just because it was convenient and we were hoping it would be better.

I tend to rate restaurants like this on their burgers as an indicator of food taste. The burgers here are no doubt the most tasteless dry things I have ever eaten. No sauce of any kind I can see on the burgers. Dry as hell as a result. Kelsey's also does the burger like this and I sure hope this isn't some kind of trend. I'd challenge anyone to find a burger like this tasty. Hello restaurant marketing group, ever heard of focus groups?!

The other food on the menu is not as bad as the burgers so I give it a generous 2 stars.

Service and ambience seem to be OK. Actually what I do like is going on a Friday or Saturday night and looking out the window watching all the morons going to the movies waiting 10 minutes for a parking spot and the fights over them when there are a million other places to park. That is good entertainment.

Overall I'd just recommend avoiding this place unless you are desperate even though my individual ratings are not that low.

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Restaurant Chez Michel1373 Marine Drive, West Vancouver
Tasty, good portions, and reasonable
Submitted Wednesday, May 9, 2007 - 11:28pm [Dine in]

Had lunch here last summer.

It's french cuisine leaning to the upscale side but not too expensive. They often have some kind of 3 course special running. I was worried it would be too fancy pants and pretentious for my liking but it felt just right as I don't like to dine in places where you have to worry about your correct dining behaviour and pay way too much for too little.

I had a very tasty french onion soup. It was large and I was almost done after eating that. Wife had a caeser salad which was also tasty. I had some kind of quiche dish which didn't set me on fire but I didn't expect it to as I don't love quiche, but felt like tyring it anyway. Wife had chicken, which was good. The surprising thing was we couldn't finish our food. That's just never happened in any kind of upscale place we've been too (Cannery, Hart House, Horizons, etc.). Big points for this as nothing I hate more than blowing $100 on dinner then feeling like I need to stop by McDonalds to fill up the rest of the way.

Service was professional and warm. The owner is walking around and conversing with the odd customers who I figure are regulars. The restaurant is upstairs so you catch a bit of a view of stanley park and the ocean.

I'll be back some day when I get the chance.

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Amore A Touch of Italy1531 Marine Drive, West Vancouver
Small and unique
Submitted Wednesday, May 9, 2007 - 11:05pm [Dine in]

Walked Marine drive looking to eat and happened across Amore. The specials listed outside for under $10 caught our attention as many other average places along Marine are overpriced.

It's a bit hard to describe this place as I can't think of anything that similar I have been to before. It is very small, only about 15 feet wide and maybe 50 feet deep. The entire restaurant is contained within this open space, including the kitchen, dishwasher, and everything. There are only about 10 or so tables, and they are all covered with nice fresh white tablecloths and nice cutlery and napkins. The place is recently opened so it looks pretty spiffy. It is strange though because without a few of the nicer touches and newness you could easily imagine it for a greasy take out joint (they do specialize in take out as well it looks like).

On a weeknight the entire restaurant was efficently run by two people. The owner is dressed in a nice chef uniform and he's cooking the food and doing whatever else it takes like bussing tables and bringing food to get the job done. The waitress is taking orders, bringing food, and even doing the dishes. So you can see it is very small and intimate.

The pretty waitress was efficient and timely but seemed shy and not personable (no smile, chat, etc.).

Food started off with fresh garlic bread that was very good, dripping with butter. The pizza is hand tossed thin crust style and it was very good. The lasagna didn't do it for me however. Maybe it's just the authentic style as I had something similar at Marcello's I didn't like. An Anton's lasagna tastes way better to me.

The most schocking thing were the prices on the menu. I just did not expect the prices to be so low for authentic Italian in this area of town. Our meal for two including pop and tax came to $22.

Overall I really enjoyed the unique experience and I'll be back to try a few more things. It is probably higher than 3 stars but hard to tell from one visit.

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BCIT Campus Cafe3700 Willingdon Avenue, Burnaby
Reminds me of Kraft Dinners
Submitted Tuesday, May 8, 2007 - 2:53am [Dine in]

While I went to BCIT many years ago, I never tried this place out until about a year ago with a bunch of coworkers for lunch.

Basically it's there to feed cash strapped students. The food quality reflects their ability to pay.

They have some really cheap specials. I had the fish and chips special which was like $3.99 or something. It was pretty bad, basically captain highliner formed fish sticks (those triangle pieces). I shouldn't have expected much really.

Service was interesting. The cute waitress was working on her Mensa skills I guess. She took the order for our table of about 12 people without writing it down. That scared the hell out of me as I don't like servers taking orders for more than even 2 people without writing it down. I can't recall if she got it all right, I think she might have goofed on a couple of things.

Ambience is basically a bunch of large tables of students.

Anyway it probably suits starving students OK, and I'm sure it is better than the god forsaken cafeteria I used to eat at when I went to BCIT. But I wouldn't go out of my way to find it if you are not from BCIT (it would also be a hassle to park at).

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Kura Japanese Restaurant4300 Kingsway, #2, Burnaby
Maybe I'm unlucky?
Submitted Tuesday, May 8, 2007 - 1:55am [Dine in]

I'm not sure why people think this is such a great place.

I visited a couple of times soon after it opened a long time ago. It wasn't that great and vowed to not go back as there are many better Japanese food options.

Recently returned there for lunch as some coworkers are high on the place. We were going to go elsewhere but the power was out across the street. That may have caused Kura to be a bit busier than usual. Really that would be hard to expect as it's not a huge restaurant in the first place so can only get so full.

Anyway it seems they weren't equipped to handle the lunch crowd. Took a long time to get our order in, and a long time for it to come. Half the lunches came after the first half had been eaten. Took a few times asking to get my drink. The waitresses were not slacking, they were simply run off their feet.

The food itself was nothing special at all. In fact I think the tempura was mushy.

The ambience is such that it makes you feel like you are eating in a dolled up warehouse.

So perhaps it is a Japanese run place but to me that doesn't matter if it doesn't cut it. I'm not sure a lot of people know what good Japanese is or not. My wife is Japanese and we have eaten at scores of Japanese places and I think we have some idea. Then again maybe I've just been really unlucky on my visits here.

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