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lucyhatchVancouverSince September 23, 20084 Reviews
Average Rating
3 (3.1)
  • Food3.5 (3.3)
  • Service2.5 (2.3)
  • Value4 (3.8)
  • Ambiance3 (3)

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El Taco738 Davie Street, #3, Vancouver
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Submitted Wednesday, May 6, 2009 - 5:16pm [Dine in]

It was Cinco de Mayo and naturally craving Mexican food. To our horror, the two restaurants closest to home were closed. And so we went off in search of the Mexican place we could vaguely remember seeing in passing. We jumped with glee as we rounded the corner and saw that, not only was it where we thought it was, it was open! My friend had the special - beer and a burrito for $10, and I had the vegetarian tamales with salad. The tortias are home made and everything was quite delicious. The food was quick and the service was great.

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Falafel King1110 Denman Street, Vancouver
I've had better
Submitted Wednesday, May 6, 2009 - 3:34pm [Dine in]

With a name like Falafel King, I walked in to the restaurant with high expectations. With quite a large mountain of cooked falafels staring at me from behind the counter, I had to order a falafel sandwhich. Unfortunately, the King didn't have any pickled turnips which is the adds perfectly to the taste and texture of the sandwich. I was there with two friends, one got the lamb donair and the other the chicken shawarma. The 'lamb' is of the pressed meat variety but the chicken shawarma turned out to be a hit.

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Baguette Time1231 Davie Street, Vancouver
Hit the spot
Submitted Wednesday, May 6, 2009 - 3:23pm [Dine in]

After wandering up and down Davie Street trying to decide on what to eat, we chose to 'just get a sandwich'. It turned out to be a really good choice. The breakfast baguette on whole wheat was delicious. The eggs were moist and fluffy and the sauce was complimented the egg and prosciutto nicley. The cream soda screamer hit the spot on a warm spring day and the small size was big enought that I could share it with a friend.

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Hapa Izakaya1516 Yew St, Vancouver
All Mixed Up
Submitted Tuesday, September 23, 2008 - 4:40pm [Dine in]

Two friends and I went here on a Wednesday night and it was still pretty busy. My appy came out first and was placed in front of me by a server who didn't take our order. The next dish was brought out shortly after and was place in front of one of my friends. The mains came out next, at which point my other friend asked that her appy order be cancelled only to be told that it had already come out, and that it had been plated with the other appetizer, which was now finished and she'd had none of it. After some back and forth, we asked to speak to the manager who spoke to us in a condesending manner, implying that it was weird that we didn't notice that there were two dishes on one plate, since they were 'two different tastes and textures' and, afterall, this was a tapas lounge and it was expected that dishes were for sharing.

Portions are small, but the food is quite tasty. The beef skewers were very tender, and the fried potstickers were light and flavourful. Ambiance is nothing special, but nice.

Because on the unfortunate customer service, I doubt I'd go back but it's worth a try.

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