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sushifreakvancouverSince April 11, 20083 Reviews
Average Rating
5 (4.8)
  • Food5 (5)
  • Service4.5 (4.3)
  • Value4.5 (4.5)
  • Ambiance4.5 (4.7)

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Les Faux Bourgeois Bistro663 E 15th Ave, Vancouver
Again and again
Submitted Sunday, August 23, 2009 - 7:13pm [Dine in]

Went there on a Friday night, there was already a line up outside before it opened. We had a reservation and we were seated very quickly.
The waiter was very friendly and attentive, very helpful about any questions we had about the menu.

We ordered a main dish of mussels to start, which came with fries. Tasted very good, the sauce was light and a little sweet. Fresh french bread also came with our meal, which was delicious.

I ordered the salmon, which came quickly and was delicious as well. After the shared appetizer, me and my two companions could hardly eat our main course, but we did, and it was amazing. I tried my companion's dishes and they were also very good.

We had wine with our meal, recomended by our waiter, which tasted great and complimented our meals.

After such a good meal, we all agreed to desert. We were not disapointed. I got the creme brulee, which was cooked perfectly. The choclate mousse was also wonderful, although I wouldn't have been able to eat it after such a big meal.

The check was reasonable for the amount of superb food we got, and we left stuffed to the brim. I recommend this to anyone who wants a nice dinner out, but make sure to make reservations, as it gets full quickly.

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Thai Spice1485 West 12th Avenue, Vancouver
I love it!
Submitted Monday, March 23, 2009 - 7:41pm [Dine in]

I have been to Thai Spice many times and I have always been happy with it.
I have tried nearly everything on the menu at Thai Spice since it's opening last year, and there isn't a single dish I don't like. Right now my favourite dish is Lard Na, which is a gravy/soup with fresh noodles and vegetables. It is always fresh and not too sweet.
There are other dishes I quite enjoy, including the red curry, the papaya salad, the coconut rice, the yellow fried rice, and the pad kee-mao. I have brought my mom in the past and she always orders the massaman curry. I've told quite a few of my friends about this restaurant and they all tried it, and loved it. Many of them have come back to eat there again or ordered take out.
The food is not too spicy or too greasy, and although the food is not cheap, it's not expensive either. It is well worth the price, and the interior of the restautrant is warm and inviting. The waiters and hostesses are friendly and helpful. Overall this is my favourite restaurant.

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Sushiyama371 East Broadway, Vancouver
the best sushi youwill ever have
Submitted Friday, April 11, 2008 - 11:50am [Dine in]

i have been going to sushiyama's for years now.. i go at least once a week b/c i practically live at the martial arts studio just down the block..the owners of sushiyama(alex and franchesca) are close friends of ours and i hope to see great sushi from them the rest of my life!
the food is great, and i highly recommend the sushi pizza, its not on the menu but alex and a few of my friends invented it. its a great appetizer for a group of 6 or 8. it consists of: a (pizza dough) fried rice patty.very vrunchy.then comes the toppings: crab meat and avacado and mayonaise, topped wonderfully with a triangular piece of raw salmon or tuna.
i never liked raw fish before i tried that. but this is the best thing i have ever tried.

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