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sadieclementineEast VanSince June 8, 20084 Reviews
Average Rating
4 (3.9)
  • Food4 (3.8)
  • Service4 (4)
  • Value4.5 (4.3)
  • Ambiance3.5 (3.5)

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Angkor Restaurant4884 Victoria Drive, Vancouver
The new Phnom Penh?
Submitted Friday, August 21, 2009 - 12:35pm [Dine in]

Last night, I was craving papaya salad something fierce. Stumbling upon a yelp review of the Cambodian restaurant, Angkor, my partner in dine and I headed over to sample their version. We ordered this salad, salad rolls, chicken wings and spring rolls. Hello! All of them were excellent and we have ample leftovers after a huge meal, all for $24 for two.

Papaya salad: a very generous portion for only $6. The sauce was slightly sweet, subtle on the fish sauce and spicy, served on the side. Prawns and peanuts were strewn over top of the crunchy green papaya. Excellent!

Salad rolls: Plump with lettuce, prawns and rice noodles, served with a hoisin-style peanut sauce.

Spring rolls: Normally, I'm not a fan. These were tiny but full of flavourful meat.

Chicken wings: Move over, Phnom Penh. These crispy morsels were rustically delectable, covered with chiles and large chunks of garlic. The lemon pepper dipping sauce was simple but perfect. Nice mix of drummettes and wings. The bonus? I didn't feel like I was bathed in MSG afterwards.

The complementary iced tea and very sweet staff overshadowed the stark decor. The wood lining the space was a nice touch, though. I will most certainly be back.

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Tipper Restaurant & Review Room, The2066 Kingsway, Vancouver
A good new joint in an area that needs good new joints
Submitted Thursday, June 12, 2008 - 11:32am [Dine in]

Remember the Candy Bar? This place is in their old location.

We mosied over to the Bottle Tipper last night. A great experience. Solid drinks, and the owner/manager brought us over some really tasty snacks to try. While the menu has few surprises, the food was much better than I expected. It was light, crispy and non-greasy with everything made in house!

The booths are cozy too!

I was astounded by the price of Stella, though, so be warned.

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Choppers Diner2545 Nanaimo St., Vancouver
Hooray for Choppers
Submitted Saturday, June 7, 2008 - 9:07pm [Dine in]

This place was surprisingly great! Props for the free range eggs and JJ Bean coffee. The french toast, complete with whip cream and fruit is head and shoulders above others I've had.

Service is slowish, but the servers are super friendly. I think it is cash only, so be prepared.

It's our new local!

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Arroy-d Thai3106 Cambie Street, Vancouver
Finally, Vancouver has some REAL Thai food!
Submitted Saturday, June 7, 2008 - 9:02pm [Dine in]

The search is over. This place is the real deal.
The food will transport you to Thailand, redolent with the herbs and spices that other non-authentic restaurants lack. Kaffir lime, mint, Thai basil, excellent fish sauce and quality produce and meat shine at this lovely family run restaurant. The pud krapow and the larp are exceptional. The penang curries are wonderful.
The service is sweet and kind. How many other places will the meal end with a lemongrass hot towel?
Wait until you see the gorgeous decor, complete with gold and green triangle pillows.
Seriously, you need to eat here.

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