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nething4mekerrisdale, vancouverSince July 5, 20098 Reviews
Average Rating
2.5 (2.4)
  • Food2.5 (2.6)
  • Service2.5 (2.4)
  • Value2 (2.1)
  • Ambiance2.5 (2.5)

Reviews

Displaying 1 - 8 of 8 Reviews Found
Guu with Garlic1698 Robson St, Vancouver
I love this place
Submitted Monday, May 30, 2011 - 11:03am [Dine in]

I go to this restaurant usually on the weekends. It is always busy, but the wait is worth it. The cooks are super nice. They always greet me and sometimes they even give me free food. I love that. They are more concerned that the guest is happy than anything else. It is loud here, but it is part of the atmosphere. I love pretty much everything they put out. The one thing I love is that they come up with new drinks and dishes, they are asian infusion but still Japanese. I would deffinately refer this place to young couples who want to go out, have some drinks and Japanese tapas, and just have a good time.

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Italian Kitchen1037 Alberni Street, Vancouver
Never again
Submitted Monday, May 30, 2011 - 10:54am [Dine in]

I booked my reservation in advance to ensure that on a Thursday Night my date would go perfectly. It was my girlfriends birthday and she loves pasta. We got to the restaurant and even though I had a reservation people off the street were seated before us. And the worse part about that is they had a better table. I let it go because it was a special night. We ordered the pasta sampler or whatever it is called for appitizer. It was ok. There was very little taste except for SALT. Then we waited and waited and waited and waited and waited until we got our main courses. Mine was cold, hers was over cooked. My date had the cream pasta, but as most of us know, if you cook cream to long it turns into oil. Something about the fat content in cream. Anyways I was told that because it was her birthday we would get a free tiramisu. I was in luck she loves tiramisu. We never got it. So long story short, the place was really loud, poor food, crappy service, and over priced.

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FigMint Restaurant & Lounge500 West 12th Ave, Vancouver
What can I say?
Submitted Thursday, August 26, 2010 - 10:03am [Dine in]

I made a reservation for my little brothers birthday here and everything should of been fine. When we got there the tables were not set up. The place wasn't busy but we got there on a tuesday night so I expected something a little better than what we got. The pricing is that of a fine dining restaurant but when the food came out the appearance was that of a casual dining restaurant. So then comes dessert. For the price we paid and what we got I could of put a down payment on a new motorcycle and been more satisfied.

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Tsunami Sushi1025 Robson Street, #238, Vancouver
I noticed the significant change here.
Submitted Thursday, August 26, 2010 - 9:56am [Dine in]

I have been coming to this restaurant since I was a little kid. My dad would take us to the library downtown on saturdays to do our home work while he went to the office to do his. We would meet for lunch at tsunami and the three of us would each our lunch there. As the years got on the place never changed. It was always the same. Lately though I have noticed that it is the same decor as it was in the 90's. The worst part is the food quality has gone down hill but the prices are still up hill. I never understood why the place wouldn't update it's dated decor or give it a little shine. The rice is not the same as sushi rice, it was chinese restaurant rice. I am a little disapointed with the place as I am soon going to be taking my son to the library downtown on saturdays.

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Flo Tea Room7994 Granville Street, Vancouver
Poor experience in being ripped off.
Submitted Thursday, August 26, 2010 - 9:50am [Dine in]

I went here after work to get some dinner. I ordered the combo of soup and curry beef on rice. I never got my soup. Here is where the fun started. I got my beef and everything was fine for an asian cafe. I noticed my soup never came but the bill did. So I figured the server just rang in the food and not the combo. I was wrong. She wrang in two combos. I asked about it and she said there was nothing the restaurant could do to change it. So I end up paying more for soups that I never got. I enquired if there was a manager to speak to. I was assured that there was none. So I payed for the food, and told the girl that if she wanted a tip she could have my soups.

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Swiss Chalet Rotisserie & Grill3204 West Broadway, Vancouver
Where were the servers and cooks?
Submitted Thursday, August 26, 2010 - 9:45am [Dine in]

I recently went to the chalet for some dinner with my girlfriend. When we got there the restaurant was empty for 7pm on a thursday and there were no floor staff. I waited at the door, checked the sign to make sure the place was still open, still nothing. We finally had a server come out look at us and went to folding cutlery in napkins. Another server came out looked at us, looked at the server making napkin rolls, and decided to talk to the server making napkin roles. Finally we got a another server to come out and ask us if it was eat in or take out. We were seated in a booth and I decided to time the servers on how long it takes to get one and our drinks. Ten minutes to get a server and ten minutes to get our drinks. Our server rarely refilled our drinks as the cup was 90percent ice. The food was cold and soggy. The buns were stale. All in all it was a poor experience. The worst part was trying to get the check to leave. Once again there were no servers anywhere. They were all in the back talking to each other and neglecting the customers. My question is where was the manager? I won't be going back anytime soon.

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Cafe Crepe2861 Granville St, Vancouver
I was outraged.
Submitted Sunday, July 5, 2009 - 2:33am [Dine in]

I eat out everynight and as anyone who knows me I like to experience anything new and exciting. I decided one night to take my date for a crepe after a movie we had just seen and get a chance to talk to each other. We both ordered crepes and she ordered a nuttella milkshake and I ordered a chocolate milkshake. We had a good time flirting and talking and the mood in the place was just right, until the bill came. I have a keen eye for details and noticed a higher price for my girls nuttella milkshake. I kindly asked to see a menu before I made any kind of a fuss just to ensure that I was correct. Sure enough the milkshake was listed at $4.00 and so was mine. So i enquired with my server as the mistake on the bill and she told me it was becuase the shake was nuttella. I pointed out the menu pricing and still she said it was what it was. I asked to talk to the manager. I really didn't want my date to go this bad. I was hoping on taking the long way home with my girl just to spend more time with her. The manager said that the bill was what it was and wouldn't simply correct the difference, even though the menu clearly stated the price. I paid the bill and my girl asked me to take her home. There went my long way home idea. I haven't been back to a cafe crepe since. All of this over $0.75 cents.

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Applause Japanese Restaurant8269 Oak street, Vancouver
Best japanese place.
Submitted Sunday, July 5, 2009 - 2:21am [Dine in]

I frequent japanese eateries as it is one of my favourite foods to eat. And when I say it is my favourite food I mean that I eat out everynight at either my favourite haunts or somewhere new. I found that it is next to impossible to compare japanese cuisine unless you pick a couple of common food items on the menu that most japanese places carry. I chose the chicken udon, ebi gyoza, and the california rolls. I rated these items on the basis of size, quality of ingredients, and taste. Although I didn't care for the chicken udon, I found the chicken to be boiled and tasteless, I did love the ebi gyoza. It was perfect. The shrimps are not small and missing tails, nor are they smelling like last weeks catch. I also loved the california rolls because they are made to order. A lot of places will leave you feeling ill when you leave but not once in the 48 times have a felt sick (and i have a weak stomach). The servers are extremely friendly and always remember a face. When you leave there is a thank you from every staff member working as they pride themselves on customer service. All in all I find that this is one of the best places to go whether its a date, or just friends hanging out.

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