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QJaiBurnabySince December 18, 20074 Reviews
Average Rating
4 (3.8)
  • Food4 (3.8)
  • Service4 (3.8)
  • Ambiance4 (3.8)


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Pearl Castle2850 Shaughnessy St, #6102, Port Coquitlam
What you would expect
Submitted Tuesday, May 27, 2008 - 10:30pm [Dine in]


#6102-2850 Shaughnessy St.
Port Coquitlam B.C
Canada V3C 6K5

Mon-Thurs 11:30 am to 1:00 am
Fri-Sat 11:30 am to 2:00 am
Sun 11:30 am to 1:00 am

Tel 604-464-8028

Directions are pretty straightforward. Once you see shaughnessy street, it will be at the corner. you can make a right on shaughnessy and left at the next traffic light. PC is near Earls in the complex.

It is nice to finally have pearl castle in poco for those who don't wish to travel all the way to richmond for bbtea and snacks. Closest competition would be Pearl Fever. It is a cash-basis operation so debit/credit cards are not accepted.

I went on a sunday early afternoon and place was packed. plenty of parking as mentioned by previous review.

Our party ordered the usual... special house beef noodle in soup, fried tofu, shanghai dumplings, fried squid, dry noodle in meat sauce, regular bbtea, strawberry slush. food quality is decent and expected... lots of food and drink choices.

The place appears to be well-staffed, waitresses are attentive and friendly. The turnaround time it takes from placing an order and receiving the food is pretty quick (esp. taking into account that the place was operating at near full capacity).

I am hesitant to give a 4 on food given the fact that like other hospitalities... sustaining the current level of food quality can pose to be a challenge.

Nevertheless I would go back again.

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Blue Cafe6200 McKay Ave., 140, Burnaby
Menu/Price Change
Submitted Wednesday, January 2, 2008 - 10:08pm [Dine in]

Just wanted to update in that they have revamped their menus/prices lately and they no longer have a Sandwich and Soup Combo. A turkey sandwich and chicken noodle combo will now cost approx $9.49.

This I am sure will affect your decision on whether to have lunch here, as I will not be able to frequent this place as much as I would like to given that I cannot afford to spend that much every single day.

Nevertheless, food standards are still very consistent.

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Cho Sun Korean Restaurant3486 Kingsway St., Vancouver
Furthering my previous review
Submitted Friday, December 21, 2007 - 1:18am [Dine in]

Just wanted to further clarify that they do serve sweet potatoes as part of their side dishes.

I went again today and the owner was nice enough to give us free ice cream after the meal.

As usual, restaurant was operating at full capacity, there was a wait for those who did not make reservations.

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Super Happiness6007 Fraser St, Vancouver
Book before you go and try Wong Gum Hai
Submitted Thursday, December 20, 2007 - 2:23pm [Dine in]

After reading the reviews below, I have to agree with the service in them not smiling and such. However, the Overall Rating isn't based solely on service.

My first experience at this restaurant was pretty good. And now I am considered a loyal customer to Super Happiness. Why? Because their seafood dishes are extremely tasty. To those who argue that food is just mediocre here, well you need to know what to order. If you are going to order a typical dish like Sweet and Sour Pork, there really isn't a way to make it a "WOW factor" relative to other Sweet and Sour Pork dishes.

Super Happiness is well known for their crab. If you go, try something like the "Wong Gum Hai" (Yellow Gold Crab). They fry the crab with egg yolk.

In terms of price, it is slightly overpriced, but with price comes quality as well.

The owner (with the Bluetooth earpiece) William, is a really nice guy. Its just his personality to be who he is.

I suggest you go into the restaurant (booking in advance) and don't take service too personal. And frankly... they do not even need to market themselves since they get business (running at full capacity) every single day. Even on a Monday night I've seen them reject customers coming in who don't book in advance.

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