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SupremeCriticVancouverSince August 12, 20073 Reviews
Average Rating
4 (3.8)
  • Food4 (4)
  • Service3 (3)
  • Value4.5 (4.5)
  • Ambiance3.5 (3.3)


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Thai Spice1485 West 12th Avenue, Vancouver
Locals' favourite
Submitted Friday, July 9, 2010 - 5:01pm [Dine in]

Excellent little gem. The food is always good and very well priced.
The soups are excellent, possibly the best in Vancouver.

You can have a great lunch for $10 or dinner for under $20 per person.

The service is sometimes overwhelmed at peak times before the theatre begins, so it is best to avoid on theatre nights between 6:30 and 8:00 unless of course you are going to the theatre.

Given the price the ambiance is pretty good, most of it inherited from the previous restaurant the Star Anise.
Thai Spice is reasonably priced neighbourhood restaurant with focus on food and I hope they will survive. They have our support for sure, we come back every week.

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Falafally Good3170 Oak Street, Vancouver
Great Quick Stop Bite for Lunch or Dinner
Submitted Saturday, June 6, 2009 - 10:16pm [Dine in]

We just discovered this spot tonight. We've been searching for a good shawarma/donair place in Vancouver since there are not a lot to choose from. The food here is fresh, tasty and very good value. We thought it looked very clean and it had an authentic menu.

The service was polite and fast. It was nice to sit at the open window facing west with the late evening sun streaming in.

We had the chicken donair wrap and there was plenty of chicken and it was very juicy and flavourful.

This is a very good spot and we would definitely return.

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Osaka Teppanyaki1788 W Broadway, #103, Vancouver
Flavourful fresh food
Submitted Sunday, August 12, 2007 - 2:20pm [Dine in]

I have been going to Osaka Teppanyaki ever since they opened back in 20th Century. The entrees are fairly large, even by North American standard, so go hungry.

All entrees come with a simply yet delightful miso soup and even simpler salad with delicious Japanese dressings. These are small traditional teppanyaki appetizers.

The best entree here is without any doubt the seafood combination. Fresh seafood done to perfection right in front of your eyes. Frankly I am addicted to the shrimps and scallops, not to mention the salmon.

The other entree worth mentioning is the filemignon and the ny steak. Both done to perfection.

The only time I was disappointed at Osaka was during busy peak times (Fridays, Saturdays, holidays) when the chefs might get overwhelmed cooking for up to 11 people at once, the quality then definitely suffers and your entree might get "contaminated" with someone else's dinner. Remember all the food is cooked in front of you on a large steel hot plate, the size of 2 x 4 feet.

The other thing to consider is that you will be seated at the same table with other people. This might be uncomfortable for some and you might get mixed with a wrong group. A couple looking for a quiet dinner sharing a table with a family with two bratty kids who scream for hamburger and fries = unpleasant experience.

The decor is not much, but I prefer food over decor. There are too many expensively decorated and staffed restaurants in this city that serve poor food.

Desserts. Skip and go few blocks down to Death by chocolate.

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