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michellevvToronto ONSince August 4, 20104 Reviews
Average Rating
3 (3.2)
  • Food3 (3)
  • Service3.5 (3.5)
  • Value3 (3)
  • Ambiance3.5 (3.3)

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Hideout Cafe716 Carnarvon St, New Westminster
will be back
Submitted Wednesday, August 11, 2010 - 4:57pm [Dine in]

I love weekend brunch. I cook at home most of the time, but brunch on the weekends requires going out to eat. I was really surprised to find the Hideout Cafe just up the hill from New West Station; it's in an area that's mostly wedding shops and chain restaurants. However, I've noticed that downtown New West has been gaining a good number of little gems lately, and the Hideout Cafe is on the list.

I had a tasty omelette, with whatever the special ingredients of the day were (I forget now). The service was outstanding, although that was partially because I was the only one there at the time (it was around 2pm on a Sunday, the weekend of one of the major festivals). The server and I talked about food, New West, and lots of random things while my meal cooked.

Good food, great tea selection, and a location in a neighbourhood I've been spending more and more time in--I'll definitely be back.

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Bearfoot Bistro4121 Village Green, Whistler
a night to remember
Submitted Wednesday, August 11, 2010 - 4:56pm [Dine in]

I had the foie gras -the real thing, not the mousse of duck and chicken liver Lumiere dares to serve as terrine!- and it was served 3 ways, each amazing, subtle and perfectly done. The Kobe beef was exceptional, the wine match impeccable and dessert was delicious and yet the perfect size.
Of course this kind of diner doesn't come cheap; but we will return since it is is worth spending your hard earned dollars where it is worth the experience!

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Kobe Japanese Steak House1042 Alberni Street, Vancouver
got to check it out
Submitted Wednesday, August 11, 2010 - 9:26am [Dine in]

Looking for some good food and a lot of fun? New to Vancouver/Japanese style cuisine? Then this place is a must try.

Received a certificate as a wedding gift to this restaurant from my old co workers so I hurriedly made a reservation for the husband and I to try this out. The chefs are very friendly and although it may seem awkward at first to sit next to a complete stranger for dinner, the feeling quickly goes away because everyone is there for the same reason.

Pricey, but would most certainly take friends/family from out of town to experience the atmosphere that is this restaurant.

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La Grotta Del Formaggio1791 Commercial Drive, Vancouver
sandwiches and cheese please, loving it
Submitted Wednesday, August 11, 2010 - 9:22am [Dine in]

We've been coming here for fennel crackers for a few years and the occassional chunk of cheese. We tried the sandwich today -- a nice big focaccia with capicollo, grilled as it should be. Not even remotely disappointed. This is a great sandwich! Not the cheapest in town at $9.50 for the large but it was worth it. As others have said before me, this is a must-try. And grab some cheese while you're there; it's cheap.

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