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LemonPepperLangleySince October 25, 20096 Reviews
Average Rating
2.5 (2.5)
  • Food2.5 (2.5)
  • Service2.5 (2.7)
  • Value2 (2)
  • Ambiance2.5 (2.7)

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Displaying 1 - 6 of 6 Reviews Found
Boston Pizza45305 Luckakuck Way, Chilliwack
Holy HST! $50 For Two Small Pizzas!
Submitted Sunday, September 5, 2010 - 7:58pm [Dine in]

Haven't been to B/P for ages....got the hankering for pizza on the way home from a day out in the valley.

I started out with the side caesar salad. Wasn't bad for a chain. The romaine was crisp and fresh, and there was enough dressing to cover every bite. My friend did not order an appy or salad.

Then it was onto the main course. My partner ordered the small "Deluxe" pizza. I ordered a small choose your own toppings pizza (pineapple and shrimp).

Both were a disappointment; thought there would be more topping than crust on the deluxe version.

We did not have anything else other than Diet Pepsi for me and iced tea for my friend.

The bill was hard to swallow - $49.06! HST was $5 and change. So, with the tip, was over $50 for a few bites of pizza and salad washed down with soda pop and iced tea.

It will be a cold day in a pizza oven before we ever go back to Boston.
NOT WORTH IT! Next time I get a hankering for pizza, I think I'll just drop into the nearest Safeway and get one from their deli or the frozen section....and no HST either.

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White Spot3070 264 Street, Langley
Pretty Solid but.......
Submitted Wednesday, August 4, 2010 - 6:10pm [Dine in]

I think my first food must have been a White Spot mushroom burger and have been enamoured by that experience ever since.

My closest White Spot is in Aldergrove, and is generally a pretty solid experience if one sticks to what made them famous - the burgers.

My occasional departure from a burger has been a disappointment. Their chicken, pasta, broccoli dish was mediocre. The mediterranean chicken salad was chintzy on the feta an chicken. My partner's steak was not very good ; over-peppered for one thing.

What I crave is the White Spot of the 1960s/1970s. Why don't they go back to more of a retro menu?
Their "Chicken in the Straw" was fabulous. I do not want fancy or healthy when I go to White Spot. I want a
nostalgic treat.

Bring back some of their original menu items.....and I'll visit more often!

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New China Kitchen6339 200 Street, #800, Langley
Holy Mao Tse Tung! This Place Needs a Cultural Revolution!
Submitted Tuesday, August 3, 2010 - 11:15am [Dine in]

Day-glo Jello on the "salad bar?"

Besides that, the rice was hard, the won ton soup looked like the Fraser River, and the food was greasy, bland, and salty.

Lotsa lotsa choices.....the "New China Kitchen" buffet would feed l.3 billion hungry Chinese, but if you want quality over quantity, go somewhere else.

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Kami Teriyaki & Sushi26310 Fraser Hwy, #320, Langley
Good Place to Drop-in for Immediate Sushi!
Submitted Monday, July 26, 2010 - 4:47pm [Dine in]

What I love about Kami is their take-out sushi cooler. You can pop in and out in less than a minute with some interesting sushi choices like their "Tropical" and "Smoked Oyster" roll.

Sometimes I'll eat in. The teriyaki chicken combo is good value for the price. There's always an urn of green tea to sip on too - free of charge - and the daily newspaper to look at. Nice touch for a single diner.

I am also very conscious of "Foodsafe" since taking the course. Their sushi chef is very careful about cleanliness.

If you want your sushi fresh, fast, and clean, this is the place!

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Fatburger20125 64th Ave, Unit 101, Langley
Big Expectations - Thin on Delivery
Submitted Monday, October 26, 2009 - 12:54am [Dine in]

After some anticipation, my partner brought home a Fatburger.
Big disappointment!

Maybe my expectations were too high, but the taste experience was mediocre. It was just another hamburger.

But there was something strange about the pickle in the middle - seemed to be over-vinegared.

Will I try another burger from this chain? Fat chance!

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Flights Bistro5333 216 Street, Langley
Bites at Flights Are First Class!
Submitted Monday, October 26, 2009 - 12:36am [Dine in]

If the airlines served food like this, people would fly just for the meals!

Whether you're boosting your take-off with eggs benedict or touching-down for one of Chef Rod's daily lunch specials, you will be getting it fresh....and you'll also be getting plenty of it. It is a formula that never disappoints.

Rod's daily soup is made from scratch and comes with a homemade biscuit. Judging from the soup pot that runs dry by 2 p.m., it is very popular

The sandwiches are always bursting with the finest, freshest ingredients, and are served with more than one side option. Of course you can get the fries, but I like the veggies and dip, fresh fruit or cup of noodles option.

The burgers are huge and are just as good as that other place that brags about its Triple O's. For something different, try the salmon burger. If clam chowder is the soup of the day, that's a perfect combo.

The daily lunch specials are worth marking your calendar. If you like
real beef dip, Wednesday is your day. It is hot, jucy, tender, and carved before your eyes. Sunday is eggs benedict; Monday, chicken caesar wrap and fries; Tuesday, stir fry of the day on rice; Thursday, perogies and farmer sausage; Friday, cod and chips; Saturday, Canadian burger and fries.

Rod also makes his own pies, and the coffee is always good.

The ambience of Flights is a delight for aviation buffs; model airplanes dangle from the ceiling and vintage aviation prints line the wall. If you prefer the real thing, you can watch the airplanes land and take off from the main runway. If you bend an ear to the table beside you, you'll probably be hearing about the "golden days of flight" from one of the chatty members of the Canadian Museum of Flight which is right next door. They're always good for a story; trust me on that!

Flights has certainly improved the airspace and the appetites around the Langley Airport. Fly, drive, or walk in. You'll be glad you did!

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