Submitted Friday, September 29, 2006 - 12:56pm [Dine in]
Sha Lin noodle house is a small asian noodle place in a busy Broadway/Cambiearea. Once my mom and I were walking down the street looking for a new place for lunch. All restaurants were emty (I guess not a lot of people go out for lunch on a weekday at 2 pm) however Sha Lin Noodle house was full. We went in and my fist impression was that this place is like any other tiny cheap place in Vancouver, moderately priced with moderate quality of food, but I changed my mind soon enough. Service was super fast, and literally minutes later we had huge bowls of yammy smelling soup in front of us. Soup was delicious! Later this place when became of our favourites I probably tryed everything on their manu, and my advice, don't miss Budda Birthday noodles, they are great! The place is cheap, only 7-10 bucks for a huge meal, and specialty teas are definitly worth trying.
Sha lin noodle house is a great place for a rainy day in Vancouver.
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Submitted Friday, September 29, 2006 - 12:46pm [Dine in]
I am really picky about the restaurants to go to, after living in Whistler where pretty much all food is amazing it was hard to adjust and find places that impress but not outrageously expensive. Flying Tiger is one of them. Great funky yet relaxed atmosphere, cute and helpfull staff and really tasty food... I think we hit a jackpot when we when for Dinner to the Flying Tiger last Wednesday. Food is Tapas style, great for sharing, gives opportunity to try lots of different things. We ordered 7 dishes between 5 of us and every thinle one of them was great. Good selection of beer and wine, incluging few asian beers.
Flying Tiger get thumbs up!
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