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oleaeYaletown, VancouverSince October 23, 20066 Reviews
Average Rating
4 (3.8)
  • Food4.5 (4.3)
  • Service4 (3.8)
  • Value3.5 (3.5)
  • Ambiance2.5 (2.5)

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Silks Cafe363 E. Broadway, Vancouver
Found my new favorite spot
Submitted Saturday, January 9, 2010 - 5:37pm [Dine in]

I live in mount pleasant. Cedar cottage to be exac. I'm always on the look out for locally owned AND operated joints of any kind. And I stumbled upon Silks Cafe today. I'm hooked. Victoria (who chatted my ear off) basically told me everything I wanted to know. The use real butter, they use good aged cheddar, they bake their own bread, they use organic... Then I tried the soup and I was hooked. Love this place and I will go back often. Glad to know you can park in the back and walk straight in.

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Coast1054 Alberni Street, Vancouver
Huge step up and improvement
Submitted Friday, September 18, 2009 - 12:41pm [Dine in]

I used to go to Coast in Yaletown and always liked the food... but it was missing something - the atmoshphere just wasn't there.

Last night my SO and I went to the new Coast on Alberni Street. It was packed and we arrive at 7PM (on a Thursday) with no reservations. A manager looking male worked extra hard to make us feel like we were their most important guests and they found us their "last spot" ... true or not they made us feel very good.

The place was bouncing... not in a club kind of way but in the way that a fun and atmosphere filled seafood place should bounce.

Jimmy, the super cool Columbian guy, was our server. The best hand on service I've had in the city (something about experience and age that just adds to the experience - rather than a 22 yr old who doesn't know fine food from fast food).

Wine and a continous stream of starters and our bill was just over $100... and a fantastic night was complete.

I can not wait to take my next business clients to this place... its rivals all high(er) end places in the city. Great work Glowbal group!

PS: I don't give 5s to any restaurant :-)

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Miko Sushi Japanese Restaurant1335 Robson Street, Vancouver
Best sushi in Vancouver in my opinion
Submitted Tuesday, February 5, 2008 - 9:59am [Dine in]

So I read the other reviews (2 before me) and had to relook at the name of the place and the address because i was utterly shocked at the poor ratings. i live in Yaletown, work in Coal Harbor and make it my lifes mission (well not really) to find the gems in the city. Miko Sushi is one of those gems. I like Honjin a lot (in Yaletown) and I know there are numerous good sushi places in Vancouver but I have to honestly say that in my opinion the sushi (and I mean the sashimi) at Mikos is the best best best in Vancouver. i won't elaborate more than that ... and for sushi patrons that order udon soup or chicken teriyaki i think you're at the wrong place for that.. Miko is about sushi.. the finest there is!

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Salsa & Agave Mexican Grill1223 Pacific Boulevard, Vancouver
Best mexican in the city (IMO)
Submitted Tuesday, February 5, 2008 - 9:47am [Dine in]

I love mexican food (and I'm caucasian)... my biggest "food" compaint in Vancouver has always been the lack of good mexican restaurants. Tio Pepes is a good call on Commercial Drive but other than that I've always found authentic mexican food a stretch - if not impossible to find - here in Vancouver... Until I found Salsa & Agave. So good! On my first visit I ordered the Tortilla Soup... just to see how well they make this oh-so-needed comfort food. To say it exceeded my expectations is an understatement (try ordering it with chicken). The Tostados are amazing as well but I have a hard time not ordering the soup even after pouring over the menu. I don't give 5s to any restaurant so my 4 here is a 5 to most people's ratings. Owner/operator is a super nice guy who really makes it a place worth visiting over and over. Try it.. just try it!

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Cinch Cafe1517 Robson Street, Vancouver
Best lunch spot in Coal Harbor
Submitted Monday, October 23, 2006 - 12:59pm [Dine in]

Bottom-line I don't give out fives but Cinch is close (very close) to deserving 5's. Owner Moe has done a fine job and now the whole office is addicted to soups, grilled paninis and pizzas .... fine salads, fine coffee.. everything has that flair of extra care and attention. Busy at noon hour and not too many inside tables. Outside patio (right on the street) in the sunshine is pretty nice in the summer time too.

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Argo Cafe1836 Ontario Street, Vancouver
Just try it out!
Submitted Monday, October 23, 2006 - 11:02am [Dine in]

Argo Cafe at 3rd and Ontario is the ideal place to go for a quick and good lunch on a week day. You're unlikely to impress clients there but if you and some office workers want the finest in cafe dining... you gotta try this place! Stirfrires are fantastic, my coworker loves the chicken burgers, the fish dishes are great. Kirby runs the show out front with his brother-in-law cooking in the back.. it's a true family affair with great care and attention.. and very reasonable prices!

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