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LelouchViBritanniaVancouverSince January 18, 200910 Reviews
Average Rating
3.5 (3.3)
  • Food3 (3.1)
  • Service3 (2.8)
  • Value4 (3.9)
  • Ambiance3 (3.2)

Reviews

Displaying 1 - 10 of 10 Reviews Found
Hachi Sushi2245 West 41st Ave., Vancouver
Pretty good sashimi
Submitted Friday, March 26, 2010 - 3:11pm [Dine in]

Reservation is needed for this place as it is very small, I tried to book 7:30 for 6 people but got my reservation for 8:15.

Service is good, but nothing memorable

Food is great, sashimi selection and freshness are top class, prices are high but not Jet-High. They have things like blue fin tuna and sea urchins. Sake/Beer selection is simple but enough for most people's needs.

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Zefferelli's Spaghetti Joint1136 Robson Street, Vancouver
Cheap for downtown price, but I will never go back, not in a long time
Submitted Friday, March 26, 2010 - 2:59pm [Dine in]

4/5 of us complained about our food, either too dry or too spicy. I think the meatball I ordered was eating my teeth. Our server could only apologize to us and bring us some tomato sauce to soften the dry pastas.

The Wine list is full of trivial wines that you wont even bother glancing in liquor store. Since the menu is exclusively Italian food, why the hell even bother putting crappy Australian Shiraz to fill the wine list? They should focus more on Italian wines, like non-crap Chianti, sone supertuscan, nebbiolo, or even French/German wines. I saw some decent Malbec (El Felino) on the wall shelves but it wasn't even on the wine list. WTF ???

Finally, there is a salad bar in the middle of the room which I thought was buffet, but apparently that's where the waiters get your appetizers. Tells you something about the freshness.

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Earls2850 Shaughnessy St, Unit 5100, Port Coquitlam
Friendly and helpful waitresses, food is nothing special
Submitted Friday, March 26, 2010 - 2:41pm [Dine in]

Steaks and appitizers are okay but ribs and chicken are mediocre at best. The tandori chicken is very spicy in the Chicken/Rib combo, and there was nothing in the menu to warn patrons about it. The wine selection is okay, but prices very affordable. Most of the wines are $30-33, while one of the wines cost $25.99 at liquor store!! The most expensive wine was 05 Osoyoo Larose grand vin at $65. ($45 retail). I 've never seen markup below 100% at restaurants.

All the waitresses are very friendly and helpful with selctions. I am satisfied overall, but won't go back anytime soon because there are much better food around the block.

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Fraser Park Restaurant4663 Byrne Road, #103, Burnaby
Interesting Experience
Submitted Tuesday, April 28, 2009 - 2:03pm [Dine in]

Very hard to find indeed, enter through a gravel filled parking lot at an industrial area. My friend complained about spider webs growing near the windows. But none the less, it is an interesting restaurant.

My friend ordered a German Lunch and Quesadilla for me at $6.50 each. The food is good, and the plate is huge. I could barely finish my plate anyway, so I am not complaining. The soup is so thick, I felt like I was eating it.

The regular patrons include fireman and construction workers, it feels like a harmonious theme with the location. By the way, you have to pour your own drinking water, from a tap on the wall. LOL
Very funky.

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Sushi House3779 Sexsmith Rd, #2182, Richmond
Value Sushi, made by Japanese chef
Submitted Tuesday, April 21, 2009 - 11:39pm [Dine in]

My friend recommended this place to me, seeing the price, I was skeptic. The place is small, tables are crowded, there is no slack space between my chair and the chair behind me.

But more importantly, the sashimi are cold, fresh, and affordable. The portion is large, so I'll take this place over the "all you can eat" junk anytime.

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Arms Reach Bistro4390 Gallant Avenue, #107C, North Vancouver
Arm's Reach, really ??
Submitted Sunday, January 18, 2009 - 3:14pm [Dine in]

Other than the fact the Location is very hard to find, the experience is generally pleasant. About 15 minutes drive from the Center of North Van.
Friendly servers and upscale atmosphere.

The menu is priced slightly on the high side. The soup is delicious.
I had the Bombay butter chicken,tasty but not as spicy as I thought.
Will definitely try again if I ever go to North Van for dinner.

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Ikea Restaurant & Cafe1000 Lougheed Highway, Coquitlam
Cafeteria or Restaurant ??
Submitted Sunday, January 18, 2009 - 3:05pm [Dine in]

Food is alright, the scramble egg feels so 7-11 quick and dirty.
But refilling drink is free, and there is dollar breakfast before 11 am.

The seats aren't the most comfortable, but its from Ikea. HAHAHA.
Service is great, except that much is self served. I sound like bashing it but this is a complement. If you acknowledge that it is a cafeteria, not a restaurant, than you will think it is great. IT IS a Cafeteria, you line up at the cashier to pay and you don't pay tip.

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Ginza Restaurant2850 Oxford Street, Port Coquitlam
Good food, but price is even better.
Submitted Sunday, January 18, 2009 - 2:50pm [Dine in]

I highly recommend the Jumbo rolls at about $10 to 13 each. This is the signature sushi of Ginza Restaurant. The food is fresh, and priced decently. My #1 choice for Japanese food.

The Ambiance is relaxing and quite, best suited for couples or close friends. Mind you, the place isn't that big for a huge party.

At times, the waitress have trouble understanding English.
Plasma TV has no sound...

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Ken's Chinese Restaurant1097 Kingsway, Vancouver
Best Value HK cafe in Vancouver.
Submitted Sunday, January 18, 2009 - 2:33pm [Dine in]

The food is great, ranging from HK western style afternoon tea to late night Da Lang style food. You might find a HK cafe in Richmond to rival its price, but certainly not the quality. Cold and hot drinks are the same price in the combos !!

One of the fewer places with its own parking lot on Kingsway.
Still, the place is busy during weekend and dinner, so reservation is recommended.

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Monk McQueens601 Stamps Landing, Vancouver
Food for the deep pockets, Serving size for midgets
Submitted Sunday, January 18, 2009 - 2:07pm [Dine in]

First, the goods. Great View of the sea, clean bathroom. The sauces on the Alsakan cod and dessert are tasty, but not the rest.

The Food is expensive while serving size is too small for adult.
Valet for $8s about while free street parking 100 yards away.
Very undrinkable wine selection, and it marks up wine at about Triple retail price.

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