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TalktoheidiVancouver (downtown)Since May 22, 20105 Reviews
Average Rating
4 (3.8)
  • Food4 (4)
  • Service4 (4)
  • Value3 (3.2)
  • Ambiance4 (4)

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Log Cabin Grill14093 256 Street, Maple Ridge
DELICIOUS breakfast, greasy, ultimate diner indulgence
Submitted Tuesday, February 12, 2013 - 12:24pm [Dine in]

This may just be the hokiest breakfast place you'll ever eat!

Food was great, greasy, big plates, exactly what rustic diner food should be. Eggs benny was delish, hollandaise made from scratch, done right. The hashbrowns are potatoes from the night before that have been re-fried and given some texture. Again this isn't fine dining, but rather the best diner food you're going to find.

The head woman running the place has been there for a million years, like a mother hen keeping everyone moving and everything going. Amazingly friendly, happy, super customer service oriented, trying extremely hard to make us feel comfortable and welcome (even though we were over dressed, didn't look like we belonged at all and had a screaming toddler).

This is very literally a 15 table restaurant, unsophisticated, next door to a mill, 2 doors down from a correctional institute, and kinda in the middle of nowhere. I had my doubts driving the long winding road into the forest, and even locked the Audi doors just in case there was a prison break effort on our clock ... but was pleasantly surprised once we arrived.

Can't say as though the place makes any sense, but breakfast was great!

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Halu Sushi20395 Lougheed Hwy, #506, Maple Ridge
FRESH, clean, delicious sushi!
Submitted Tuesday, February 12, 2013 - 11:48am [Take-out]

My husband and I are food snobs, a tough pair to please. We moved from Yaletown to Maple Ridge, and Halu Sushi is our go-to place for fresh, delicious, clean sushi. They are always busy, you never get the feeling anything has sat or was a left over. Most sushi places don't have enough customers, ergo the food doesn't get turned over enough. Not the case here.

Good food. Consistently delicious.

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Firehall Bistro, The19237 122A Avenue, #104, Pitt Meadows
Five Star Food, Flawless Technique, Favorite Date Night Spot
Submitted Thursday, March 22, 2012 - 10:58pm [Dine in]

Five Star Food, Flawless Technique, Favorite Date Night Spot

This restaurant has become a date night favorite, the place we sneak out to once the baby’s asleep & us time begins. Need to celebrate? Go to Firehall. Out of town guest? Firehall. Father’s Day for a Foodie Father – Firehall.

Firehall Bistro is that restaurant everyone wishes they had close to their home, but it never really exists. A candle on every table, gentle music, and sophisticated food on a shoestring budget.

Think first catch of the season halibut pan seared atop a crab & fresh English pea risotto. Or homemade linguini with local soft shell rock lobster tail. Onion & gruyere tart with a pear/nut salad. Or butternut squash bisque with crab vignettes. Their 28 day aged rib eye will certainly make your mouth water.

The food is refined, but honest. Each plate while complex, is sincere and rustic.

The Chef/Owner is gifted when it comes to pairing, creating, and giving you an experience you will return for again & again.

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Rodney's Oyster House1228 Hamilton Street, Vancouver
Great Energy, Food Medium, Overpriced . . .
Submitted Friday, May 21, 2010 - 6:41pm [Dine in]

We lived above Rodneys for nearly two years. You couldn't be more in the heart of yaletown or evening action than in the couple block stretch surrounding Rodney's. The place is SO cute, it's super adorable ... The wood floors, fishermans wharf theme, the afterwork crowds at the bar ... Loud & full of people this place has energy, a vibe - it's fantastik!!

... Problem is getting a solid meal is impossible. :(

we tried, man did we try to eat there, enjoy the place, see value & appreciate the food. Rodneys to us seemed like a perfect place, especially since we lived in the penthouse upstairs and after a long day at work could just mosy on in instead of cooking.

Food wasn't special. Servers have sense of entitlement. Overpriced for value. Sorry Rodney's - we tried.

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Cafe Luxy1235 Davie Street, Vancouver
Happy Customer For 16 Years ...
Submitted Friday, May 21, 2010 - 6:25pm [Dine in]

Cafe Luxy is one of those old school Italian eateries where ambiance is simple, a candle on every table, clean & quaint. Light jazz or Funky offbeat music fill the air, the lights dim as evening progresses and the owner (short dark haired) waits on tables just like any other staff member.

The food is clean, honest & simple. They make their pasta fresh, sauces & specials always interesting. $13.99 will get you a HUGE pasta entree, including garlic toast & side cesar salad to start. In 16 years I've never finished a plate of pasta - we always take home and have for treat the next day.

For date night, for a place to duck out of the rain & enjoy a hot meal, for rustic Italian food done properly-Luxy after 16yrs has never dissapointed.

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