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PerfectionistVancouverSince August 23, 20092 Reviews
Average Rating
3 (2.8)
  • Food3 (3)
  • Service2 (2)
  • Value3 (3)
  • Ambiance3 (3)

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Toshi Sushi181 E 16th Avenue, Vancouver
Biggest Disappointment
Submitted Sunday, August 23, 2009 - 4:12pm [Dine in]

I used to go to this place all the time. Long line ups, fine. But now, every single little aspect of this restaurant dropped. The food - do not expect a whole lot out of it. A time I ordered their salmon sashimi, they gave me tuna. When the server brought back the right dish, I found tons of weird sauce on it, which was not supposed to be there. The service was horrible. In fact, none of the servers asked me to refill my tea when they had nothing in hand. They just stood there staring into space. Big shock. Price is okay. But I don't think it's worth it. The restaurant itself... kind of messy. I saw a piece of sushi on the ground and no one ever bothered with it. Which kind of killed my appetite.

If you want to eat at somerwhere even better, I'd recommend Sushi Town in North Burnaby.

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Dijo's Pizza & Panzerotto2838 Hastings St East, #116, Vancouver
Great Deal, Great Meal
Submitted Sunday, August 23, 2009 - 4:03am [Dine in]

Food: It's unbelievably delicious. What's the difference compared to other pizza joints? A whole ton of toppings, fresh and juicy. Even though I'm not a great fan of fried food, their deep fried panzerottos are crazy. They're like pizza pops, but, these ones do pop! I was amazed by it's ginormous size. The plentiful meaty pepperoni, and the melted cheese inside just gets me all hooked onto it. They also serve ice cream, which I believe are selling at a reasonable price. Great for refreshing from the summer heat.

Service: Very friendly service, especially towards the elders. They were very patient with an elderly woman who took extra time in choosing her meal. Compared to like Pizza Hut and Fresh Slice, these people are actually "serving" you. They always say thank you and have a nice day, supremely well-mannered. The employees always smile, not with one of those "forced" smiles which you can tell right away like the employees from Fresh Slice does. I can absolutely say all their employees are well equipped for excellent service.

Value: Average price. Basically you're going to be charged for what you get. Certain price for certain service and certain quality of food. Personally, I'd rather pay a little more for a better bite. People live on food, why sadden our stomachs for garbage slices priced to $ 1.00. Extra few cents, what can I say, totally paid off.

Ambiance: Small, yet clean and tidy. I love how they designed to put up mirrors on one of the walls. This adds an enlargement effect to the entire restaurant, making it look double it size. Even though the outside of the store does not look super appealing and attracting for people to take notice.

One note, If I were to choose form the Gourmet Restaurant beside it and Dijo's, I'd definitely make no second thought and choose the pizza right away. I don't get why the Chinese restaurant is still open and going, their food tastes horrible with no improvements over a year - Disgusting!

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