Submitted Sunday, August 29, 2010 - 10:15am [Dine in]
I had a double cheese burger with fries and a coke for $9. The food was fresh and fast. It was one of the best burgers I have had in the Vancouver area. Fries were good but not perfect. I would eat here again in a heart beat. Just stay far far way from the Buffet!
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Submitted Sunday, August 29, 2010 - 10:11am [Dine in]
Party of three to celebrate a birthday at the Tramonto. Started off with great service and ended with great service. That is about the last of the positives.
$11 Caesar Salads with no slice of Anchovy and barely a square inch of sliced Parmesan cheese. Top it off the salads were made with Iceberg Lettuce instead of Romaine. That isn't what a first class restaurant would serve. The Escargot were rated very good
My $43 rib Eye steak was okay. Nice flavor, a little tough. Not even close to a good steak house like Ruth Chris. The veal was tender but had no flavor. Tasted like it had been boiled and they forgot the seasoning. The Seafood was okay. A little skimpy on the portion but no complaints about the flavor.
Being we made reservations for a birthday dinner I thought they would do something for desert. They did kind of. they brought out a nice piece of cake with a candle and happy birthday written with chocolate sauce on the plate only to set it down and then whisk it away and tell us "Wrong Table" We ordered a chocolate dessert for the birthday girl and a strawberry shortcake for ourselves. The Chocolate was deemed just okay and we sent the strawberry dessert back as inedible. So for $320 including a bottle of wine and tip for three people I just had higher expectations.Compared to the William Tell in Downtown Vancouver the Tramonto has a long way to go.
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