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TCGASTROIDDeep CoveSince November 6, 20077 Reviews
Average Rating
3.5 (3.6)
  • Food4 (3.9)
  • Service3 (3.1)
  • Ambiance3.5 (3.7)

Reviews

Displaying 1 - 7 of 7 Reviews Found
Stefanos Restaurant315 Columbia St, New Westminster
Great Greek in New West
Submitted Tuesday, November 6, 2007 - 5:11pm [Dine in]

Not many people think of New West as a Greek food destination. However, we had a great night out. We'd been to the other place across the street and had a bad experience with semi-frozen dolmades, so we thought we'd try this place instead. Everything was wonderful; the food, the service, the atmosphere. Would definately recommend.

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Gelarmony1222 Robson Street, Vancouver
Great Gelato - no matter the weather
Submitted Tuesday, November 6, 2007 - 5:00pm [Dine in]

This place offers great gelato rain or shine. And in Vancouver, it rains more than shines. No matter. It could be minus 20 and I would still honor a craving for their tasty treats. The nice thing about the two for one scoop is that you can get something rich like dark chocolate and something tart like lemoncello or pink grapefruit, and let the two flavors play off eachother.

Well Done, I say!

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slow service train
Submitted Tuesday, November 6, 2007 - 4:46pm [Dine in]

Went here recently for lunch. Took close to an hour for sandwiches and coffee. The food itself was good, regular, standard (I had the beef dip), though the fries are DEFINATLEY NOT house made. There were no apologies for the lengthy wait. In fact, our server was hard pressed to be found.

It's lovely room with funky round comfy booths. Be sure you have lots of time for a leisurely lunch . . .

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Osamu2764 Barnet Hwy, #201, Coquitlam
as fresh as they come
Submitted Tuesday, November 6, 2007 - 12:21pm [Dine in]

This is a wonderful place for fresh sushi. The presentations are wonderful and the portion sizes are great. The gyozas are hand made, and the misu soup is made in house. Hot tea is always refilled. The warm hand towles when you are seated are a nice touch. I hope Osamu decides to open up in Yaletown as well. Definately recommend.

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Savory Coast1133 Robson St., Vancouver
better when it was Settebellos
Submitted Tuesday, November 6, 2007 - 12:18pm [Dine in]

food was okay, but not outstanding. I orders a pizza with chicken on it. The bottom was a bit doughy, and the chicken very dry. The apple tarte for dessert was good, but I wish it had been warmer. The hand made truffles were great. The server tried, but was not very interactive or make any recommendations.

All and all, okay

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Brioche401 West Cordova Street, Vancouver
unwrapped food delivery?
Submitted Tuesday, November 6, 2007 - 12:13pm [Dine in]

our office had baking and fruit delivered which came unwrapped! ! ! ! THIS IS NOT SANITARY. When I made a comment and questioned why, I wasn't given a straight response, and felt rather brushed off. The fruit was okay, although it had shifted on the platter and I had to re-arrange it once then had left. The baking was good, but comparative to most other places. I would use them again, but only if no one else was available.

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CinCin Ristorante + Bar1154 Robson Street, Vancouver
Wonderful Impression!
Submitted Tuesday, November 6, 2007 - 12:08pm [Dine in]

I took a group of clients here for dinner last night. We started out as a group of 10. My assistant called several times to change the numbers, down to 8 then to 6 then to 8 again, and each time the hostess was pleasant and accommodating. When we arrived, we decided to wait at the bar for the rest of our party. When being sat, we found that we were expecting 12 people. (last minute additions) This was not an issue, and we were quickly accommodated.

Our server was polite and knowledgable. We let her arrange sharing platters while we waited for our late guests. A nice selection of parma, grilled veggies and cheese. We decide to stay with the wine we were drinking at the bar. Other members of our party took full advantage of the sommelier Michael, who was again very impressive and slightly comical.

For dinner I chose the grilled quail followed by the ahi tuna, as recommended by our server. Both were wonderful. The quail was done to perfection on a bed of grapes, walnuts and arugula, while the tuna arrived grilled rare, crisp on the outside while maintaining that smooth, velvety texture only quality ahi tuna can achieve. The rest of our group also thoroughly enjoyed their meals. Our wine and water ware refilled throughout the evening without interuption from our server, which meant we didn't have to ask for anything or feel she was imposing.

Our server again arranged for our dessert. She selected some mini pasteries which were a big hit (we took the leftovers to the office the next morning), as well as a selection of cheese that went well with the remianing wine. Had I been without clients, I definately would have ventured into the extensive scotch list. Alas, I had to content myself with a latte.

Overall, I was very impressed with the staff, the food (which was outstanding) and the warmth and charm of this room. Definately recommend

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