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SurreyDudeSurreySince October 26, 20083 Reviews
Average Rating
3.5 (3.3)
  • Food4 (4)
  • Service3 (3)
  • Value3.5 (3.3)
  • Ambiance3 (3)

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Sushi Train15380 102A Avenue, #102A, Surrey
Third trip
Submitted Sunday, June 28, 2009 - 9:55am [Dine in]

Very good sushi,friendly Korean owners and staff.
This time tried the Sushi & Sashimi Combo @ $13.99 "Awesome" 3 pcs each tuna and salmon sashimi melted in my mouth. Also came with a California roll,2 salmon,2 tuna and 2 Tai nagiri pieces .We also ordered Gyoza. Could not eat all the sashimi alone and shared with my son as they are large, also shared the gyoza 3 pcs each.
My son ordered the Nigiri Sushi Combo @ $7.99, he enjoyed all 8 pieces. Very attentive server as green tea cup was constantly filled. Street parking sucks but was informed that there is parking underground. Will definitely return.

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YL'S Curry Bowl15277 100th Ave, #101E, Surrey
Curried chicken
Submitted Saturday, December 27, 2008 - 3:12pm [Dine in]

This food court kiosk was originally The Curry House. Since the name change up went prices. $7.00 for rice and 4 small I mean small pieces of chicken or was it a quail legs. Way over priced for what you get
This server with white framed brown fogged glasses is very stingy when she gives you an order. The styro foam bowl will be below the line and then use the 2 small pieces of potatoes as a filler to make it look like you got more. This lady has an attitude to match, avoid her like the plague. The taste is great but I suggest you hit one of the other kiosks for a full meal.

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Rodem Korea15277 100 Avenue, #101F, Surrey
Cuisine: Korean
Submitted Saturday, October 25, 2008 - 11:26pm [Dine in]

Price: $5.00 up Cash Only
Great quality Korean eatery located in a food court at the T&T in Guildford.
Has surprisingly fresh, tasty, and inexpensive homemade Korean style food.
Truly a hidden gem, known by the lucky who have stumbled by. They opened on April 17th, 2007 and I 've dined there for almost very lunch and more since.
They have amazing Combo's starting at $4.99 plus tax for rice and two items. Add $1.00 and try the Korean potato noodles. Try the hot stone bowl with rice, veggies, raw egg and other items with a medium spicy sauce. It is $8.99, tasty and a satisfying lunch or at any hour. Sweet potatoes , deep fried squid ,deep fried prawns, and honey chicken if you are there at the right time of day mmm mmm good.
The soups what can I say to die for love the chicken soup loaded with vegetables and udon noodles, spicy kimchi soup, seaweed soup, spicy seafood soup plus more ,oh yes spicy seafood with beef and vermacelli noodles.Kimchi wow what a flavour different types each day. Lunch time 11:45 am can be busy as students line up 15 deep at times but leave by 12:12 pm .
Everything is freshly cooked each day and througout the day. I highly recommend this place as it has friendly owners, generous portions, ridiculously low prices and very yummy freshly cooked food.

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