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terrieVancouver, BCSince August 14, 20074 Reviews
Average Rating
3.5 (3.3)
  • Food3.5 (3.3)
  • Service3 (3)
  • Ambiance3 (2.8)


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Salade de Fruits Cafe1551 West 7th Avenue, Vancouver
Good french bistro food
Submitted Monday, August 13, 2007 - 9:30pm [Dine in]

Good french bistro food without having to pay an arm and a leg. Staff are friendly and efficient. The menu is all in French but you can ask for help if you do not know how to read it. The steak, lamb and fish of the day are all wonderful dishes to try. When I'm craving steak, this is one of the places I like to go to. Moules et frites (mussels & fries) is always a good sharing dish - a lot of mussels. Rillette de canard is a nice starter if you like duck pate. They are cash only so don't forget to go to the bank before you go.

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Asa Sushi2178 West 41 Avenue, Vancouver
Average Sushi
Submitted Monday, August 13, 2007 - 8:48pm [Dine in]

Another average sushi place in Kerrisdale. Service is OK. Sushi is OK. The lobster roll and genki roll was quite nice. Did not like the teriyaki chicken - made with chicken breast and found it quite dry. Beef yakisoba is better than Irashai which is down the street from Asa. Would say that it is good value for the food if you are looking for a decent meal without paying too much.

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Irashai Sushi2260 41st Ave, Vancouver
Submitted Monday, August 13, 2007 - 8:41pm [Dine in]

Just another average Vancouver Japanese food place. The service was slow and abrupt. Cooked food dishes are OK. Sushi is very average, not great, but not horrible. The tuna sashimi I had was half frozen. I did enjoy the deep fried taro scallop appetizer but left feeling somewhat unsatisfied.

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Ajisai Sushi Bar2081 West 42nd Ave, Vancouver
For those who really appreciate authentic sushi
Submitted Monday, August 13, 2007 - 8:32pm [Dine in]

For $45 my 2 people can stuff themselves. I'm not a light eater or a pig.... I'd say the prices are well worth it. It is purely a sushi bar, so do not expect to get any of the "safe" hot food dishes. It is definitely not a place for you if your idea of Japanese food consists of tempura, teriyaki or udon dishes as these items are not available. Why I love this place?

1. They make the best sushi rice. Most places cannot seem to get the right mixture of vinegar and spices in their rice, but Ajisai does a great job of it.

2. They have a small but fresh selection of seafood.

3. Their chef's are Japanese (a rarity nowadays).

Favourites....chop scallop cone/nigiri, unagi tomago cone, house roll, assorted sashimi, hokigai & tako sashimi, wakame sunomono, seafood salad, dynamite roll, eel & scallop roll.

Before you, do expect a wait unless you are the first ones through the door, they are always busy and do not take reservations. Plus the place is small. The sushi is worth the wait.

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