Login or Register
Do a search below using the city or postal code search box if your city is not listed above.

shushivancouerSince September 23, 20077 Reviews
Average Rating
3 (3)
  • Food3 (3.1)
  • Service2 (2.1)
  • Ambiance2.5 (2.7)

Reviews

Displaying 1 - 7 of 7 Reviews Found
Rakuraku Korean Cuisine5278 Kingsway, Burnaby
Better korean Places out there
Submitted Saturday, February 16, 2008 - 11:24pm [Dine in]

I came here tonite expecting some good korean food. We wanted to order beef bulgogi but they ran out and the waitress recommended their spicy pork instead. The pork was over cooked and vegetables were like mush. We ordered rice but it took over 15 min to come. We also had their gyozas which were filled with grease. When she plated the dish, one of the gyozas fell on to the table without an apology. Their service is definitely poor. I doubt i will be ever coming back here.

  • Food
  • Service
  • Ambiance
Closed
East Passion Bistro & Lounge630 Hornby Street, Vancouver
nice lounge but food soso
Submitted Sunday, January 20, 2008 - 10:28pm [Dine in]

i dined here during a family birthday and enjoyed the nice lounge but the food was pretty average for what you are paying.

we started off with a variety of appys, but none were very memorable except the yam fries which were fried to perfection. it came with a strange dipping sauce tho (condensed milk).

the fiery beef was decent but is pretty much what you could get at a pearl castle or vogue in richmond for 1/2 the price and doesn't even come with any rice or anything. almost every dish came with this celery/corn/carrot parboiled mixture on the side. after a while, it was getting pretty boring.

the chonging chicken was defintely overcooked (deep fried) and had no flavour at all.

the beef steak looked like something you could get at golden award, definitely a cheap cut of steak with a spoon of mashed potatoes and 2 asparaguses.

we ordered the mooshoo pork which wasn't very good and strangley came with french fries. apparently the fries were the best part.

this might be a good place to have drinks and appys and enjoy the lounge, but the entrees definitely need more work.

  • Food
  • Service
  • Ambiance
Sweet Revenge Patisserie4160 Main Street, Vancouver
yummy desserts
Submitted Sunday, November 25, 2007 - 9:42pm [Dine in]

the desserts here are soooooo delish. we tried the sampler which included white chocolate cheesecake, a chocolate mousse, chocolate ganache cake,and ice cream. each cake was to die for and it seemed like each cake got better and better. a nice place to go on a date, but as other reviewers say, it could be busy on a saturday nite as the room is quite small. another downside is the $6 min charge per person, and the high price of the drinks.

  • Food
  • Service
  • Ambiance
Screaming Mimi's123 Carrie Cates Crt, North Vancouver
Delicious seafood at takeout prices
Submitted Sunday, November 25, 2007 - 9:33pm [Dine in]

I ordered 2 baked creamy oysters for $3.00 each and the oysters were so amazing. The jumbo oysters were covered in a cream sauce and baked to perfection. I was at Londsdale Quay for a snack, and would definitely try their fresh oysters on a half shell, steamed mussels, and chowder the next time I am around the area. Not a very good seating area, but definitely worth a try for the fresh seafood.

  • Food
  • Service
  • Ambiance
Au Petit Cafe4851 Main Street, Vancouver
Good Value
Submitted Sunday, October 7, 2007 - 12:44am [Dine in]

This place is great food and value. I usually come here for the yummy subs, however the last time we were there, we were told that the chef was away in vietnam so we wouldn't be able to get any of the subs. So we decided to try their curry chicken with bread, beef brisket with noodles, and a vietnamese spring roll. The vietnamese spring roll came first and was deliciously prepared with tons of flavour, hot on the inside and crispy on the outside. The curry chicken was also delish, the amount of chicken was on the small side, but the sauce was amazing. The dish also comes with a french bread which is made fresh in house, and it was so soft and fresh that we had to order another piece of bread to sop up the delicious curry sauce. The beef noodle soup was also very tasty, with a lot of beef brisket and tendons, and carrots. The broth itself was also very tasty. By the end of the meal, the 2 of us were happily full. Only downside of the place is that its small and we had to wait about 20 min for a table.

  • Food
  • Service
  • Ambiance
Zakkushi Charcoal Grill823 Denman St, Vancouver
Yummy
Submitted Sunday, October 7, 2007 - 12:33am [Dine in]

This is the 4th time that I have eaten here, and I haven't been disappointed yet. Their ebi mayo is amazingly delish. Their agedashi tofu is completely different from any other place in town and comes with tasty mushrooms and egglplant, it seems like they make their own tofu as the tofu is amazingly soft and moist on the inside. We also had their kimchi yaki udon, which is also a great dish and the udon noodles are so scrumptious and soft. Of course you must try their charcoal grilled skewers - we always get the chicken with nori flakes. This time we tried the tomato with pork, and when you take a bite, all the yummy juices from the cherry tomato explodes into your mouth. The place is a bit small with not too many tables. If its especially busy, you may have to share tables if you are desparately hungry, but the atmosphere is so casual, it just adds to the hominess of the place.

  • Food
  • Service
  • Ambiance
Clubhouse255 West 2nd Avenue, Vancouver
Terrible
Submitted Sunday, September 23, 2007 - 6:12am [Dine in]

Please don't waste your money and time eating here. My husband and I went to eat here last night. It toook 45 min for our first dish to arrive, with no apology from the waitress. The restaurant didn't seem too busy. I am sure it does NOT take 45 min to make a spicy salmon roll and there were only a few tables in the restaurant. In general the service really sucks. There are usually 4-5 waitresses "working" however, only 1 of the waitresses seems do be actually doing anything. The okonomiyaki was definitely disappointing with too much batter and undercooked so it tastes like eating raw dough, you can get better okonomiyaki at the night market. the chicken karaage was average. the holy maki california roll was ok, but the sauce it comes with needs work. we used to come here all the time for the reasonably priced food, but there are way better jap places out there so don't waste your time & money eating here.

  • Food
  • Service
  • Ambiance