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satlosAnmoreSince April 2, 20113 Reviews
Average Rating
4 (3.9)
  • Food4 (4)
  • Service3.5 (3.7)
  • Value4.5 (4.7)
  • Ambiance3 (3)

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Eatwell Noodle Soup1196 Lansdowne Dr, #315, Coquitlam
Hidden Gem!
Submitted Saturday, September 24, 2011 - 12:13pm [Dine in]

Stumbled across this restaurant while taking my dog to the nearby vet. I wish I had known about it sooner!

Rice/noodle dishes are tasty, about what you'd expect from any number of Vietnamese places, but what really sets Eat Well above is their Pho and the overall value you get for your money.

I'd compare the Pho at this little hole in the wall with the Pho at the now legendary Pho Tam in Surrey--it's that good!

For those in the Tri-Cities area, there is (IMO) no better place to get your Pho fix.

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Ben Laila Donair912 Clarke Rd, Port Moody
If you love falafel, make yourself acquainted with Ben Laila
Submitted Saturday, April 2, 2011 - 2:18pm [Dine in]

Moving from Vancouver--with all its great Lebanese places--to the Port Moody area was a bit frustrating. There are many donair spots in this area, but they can be hit or miss. Ben Laila turned out to be the real deal, and is a great place for many reasons.

Their food, in particular the falafel, is great. Unlike basically every other donair place I've been outside of Montreal, Ben Laila cook their falafel fresh. Freshly fried falafel such a simple concept that I wonder why other places don't do this. Dry, dark falafel can't be found here; Ben Laila serves it up crispy on the outside and super moist on the inside--just like homemade. I'm not vegetarian, but I'll definitely be ordering the falafel donair from time to time.

The "Jerusalem" size is indeed served on a tortilla, but that doesn't hurt the taste at all. I don't think they make pita bread that big, so this was something that I got over pretty quickly. Their donair toppings are among the tastiest I have had, and there is a range of toppings to choose from. The lamb was a little greasy, but tender and flavourful.

Their prices are commendable, as well. Two adults ate (with a shared piece of baklava for dessert) for around $15, before tip. Very friendly service, as well.

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Rehanah's Roti & Trinidadian2518 St. Johns St, Port Moody
Great place if you're in the neighbourhood
Submitted Saturday, April 2, 2011 - 1:55pm [Take-out]

If you live in the Port Moody or Coquitlam area, and this place is open, you should definitely make a quick stop. Rehanah's hours can be frustrating, and the prices are higher than your typical donair place, but the style and quality of her food is well worth it.

Only having eaten at a few Jamaican places prior (and not finding the experience that memorable), I didn't really know what to expect in the roti. It was a combination of indian style cuisine--spiced potatoes and vegetables, almost like samosa filling--and, in my case, tenderly stewed goat meat. The spices are not like a typical samosa, however: they are certainly Caribbean and delicious.

I returned to Rehanah's the next day with my girlfriend. She's a vegetarian, and equally enjoyed one of the many veggie options.

Fantastic place, but more of a take-out thing. Best to pass by earlier in afternoon, too, as she can be closed before the advertised 5:00pm.

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