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ladypuckBurnabySince April 16, 20092 Reviews
Average Rating
3.5 (3.3)
  • Food4 (4)
  • Service3 (3)
  • Value3.5 (3.5)
  • Ambiance2.5 (2.5)

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Gokudo Shabu Shabu Restaurant3779 Sexsmith Road, Unit 2133, Richmond
Not as Advertised on Groupon Deal
Submitted Thursday, October 8, 2015 - 1:14am [Dine in]

We bought the $39 Groupon for 2 hotpot combos and went tonight. The meat, drinks, and desserts were great, and service was fast, but we were not served the veggie plates and chef's choice side dishes.

We did not discover these major omissions until we got home and checked on the Groupon site ourselves, so shame on us for failing to read the deal completely before we went, but you'd think that the restaurant would have remembered, considering that this was not the first day/night they served this Groupon deal of theirs, and all the other diners around us were being served the Groupon deals correctly and in full.

So my experience is quite disappointing, to say the least.

BEING SERVED HALF THE ADVERTISED DEAL IS NOT WORTH THE $10 TIP WE LEFT.

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Sushi Bang500 Broadway West, #100, Vancouver
Sushi Bang decor does a 360
Submitted Thursday, April 16, 2009 - 2:29pm [Dine in]

We've eaten at Sushi Bang for years. Its longevity is a testment to its speed, service and menu. Whether it's takeout (even large drop-in orders are processed fast in front of your eyes ... within 15 minutes) or eat-in, their food has always been fresh, fast, very decently priced (read as: amazingly affordable!) and the service impeccable.

The "plain jane" interiors have been given a facelift. Gone are the old white walls with their large, homely, handwritten menus. Now visitors will be greeted by new warm red-and-black walls, new black bistro-style chairs and matching tables plus a completely redone washroom to boot.

There are now also smaller menus tacked to the wall showing all new, esoterically-named sushi creations (all look very appetizing) plus all the old ones familiar to patrons of this 20-something-year old establishment.

Did I mention that this is one of the sushi restaurants we've gone to that use real crab (not pollock) too?

With all the recent commercial development in the area plus the 2010 Olympics just around the corner, Sushi Bang is ready (inside and out) to introduce the world to sushi that tastes good AND won't cost an arm and a leg.

The question is, how long will the queues around the block be?

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