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SaraJoyKitsilano, VancouverSince April 4, 20067 Reviews
Average Rating
3.5 (3.6)
  • Food4.5 (4.7)
  • Service3.5 (3.4)
  • Ambiance2.5 (2.7)

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Kitsilano Sushi3105 West Broadway, Vancouver
Hard habit to break
Submitted Tuesday, April 4, 2006 - 2:30pm [Dine in]

It can be cheaper to eat at Kitsilano Sushi than to prepaer food at home. ...which can be a problem when you find yourself eating take-out sushi almost every night of the week! Not to mention the fact that this is the most consistent sushi joint I've ever been to; the sushi always tastes exactly how I remember it to taste. The service is lightning quick and the staff are efficient and friendly (especially when they start to remember your order!). Oh, and they have the biggest, fattest rolls and the best darn yam roll in the city. Just go.

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Noodle Box, The818 Douglas St., Victoria
Happiness in a box
Submitted Tuesday, April 4, 2006 - 2:22pm [Dine in]

Noodle boxes should come with a warning label warning of addiction. I know people who eat at the Noodle Box (both locations) more than a few times a week. The beauty of it is that you get to choose how you'd like the noodle box made. You can have your choice of meats or tofu and you can choose how mild or hot you'd like your noodle box to be. Be aware that it's all made to order, so consistency can be an issue, but tastiness is a guarantee. The staff are friendly and they are open to requests, such as omitting fish sauce for vegans. Perfect take-out for wandering the streets or taking to the beach. Awesome!

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Noodle Box, The626 Fisgard St., Victoria
Happiness in a box
Submitted Tuesday, April 4, 2006 - 2:21pm [Dine in]

Noodle boxes should come with a warning label warning of addiction. I know people who eat at the Noodle Box (both locations) more than a few times a week. The beauty of it is that you get to choose how you'd like the noodle box made. You can have your choice of meats or tofu and you can choose how mild or hot you'd like your noodle box to be. Be aware that it's all made to order, so consistency can be an issue, but tastiness is a guarantee. The staff are friendly and they are open to requests, such as omitting fish sauce for vegans. Perfect take-out for wandering the streets or taking to the beach. Awesome!

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Mo:Le544 Pandora St., Victoria
Mmm Mmm Mo:Le
Submitted Tuesday, April 4, 2006 - 1:57pm [Dine in]

Eating out can be hard when you don't eat meat, eggs or dairy, which is why the Tofu Scramble at Mo:Le is such a great find! Absolutely delicious! There can be quite a line-up outside this great little cafe, but if you can stand the wait, I suggest you stick it out. The ambiance is excellent; always a unique array of artwork on display and the service is friendly and fairly speedy. Highly recommended.

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Naam, The2724 West 4th Avenue, Vancouver
Full-On Comfort Food
Submitted Tuesday, April 4, 2006 - 1:49pm [Dine in]

I've been battling an addiction to this place! I've tried just about everything and loved it all. They have amazing breakfasts (I don't eat eggs or dairy anymore, but I remember my the meals fondly), including awesome vegan pancakes with bananas in the batter... Mmm. They have incredible vegan salad dressings and their chili, thai noodles, dragon bowls, burgers and apple crisp are all great. The service is known to be rather slow and feels even longer when your stomach is growling in anticipation! But the staff are generally friendly and the atosphere is cosy, if a little run-down after being open 24 hours a day for years and years. My only real complaint is that their chairs tend to be too high for the tables, so it's uncomfortable to cross your legs! All-in-all, the Naam is my first choice in my neighborhood for great comfort food.

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Foundation, The2301 Main Street, Vancouver
Great comfort food
Submitted Tuesday, April 4, 2006 - 1:39pm [Dine in]

Foundation has a bit of a bad rap for it's service, but I think one of the tricks is to go more than once. The food speaks for itself, and once I started going only for the food, the service started to bother me less. The Serial Salad, Molten Tofu various yummy sandwiches and Maple Been Chili are so freakin' good that they are worth the extra few minutes. And I always get friendly service, just maybe not the fastest service. Definitely worth it for great veggie/vegan delights!

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Whole Foods Market1675 Robson Street, Vancouver
Alright if you're stuck on 4th and hungry
Submitted Tuesday, April 4, 2006 - 1:28pm [Dine in]

Great deli; no doubt about it, but my GOODNESS (!) could it be any more expensive? Only time I can remeber when I paid over 6 bucks for a spoonful of bean salad and a slice of lentil loaf. A tad overrated, but it does have a wide selection and it's convenient (if you can find a table).

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