Submitted Sunday, April 6, 2008 - 2:29am [Dine in]
I have 5 kids and when I ask them where do you want to eat tonight? They say Kobe's. Fantastic show with the chef flipping utensils while cooking. Food is excellent. It might all taste the same but still great. As a joke, ask for Ketchup.
Beware that your clothes will smell like Kobe's cooking after you leave the restaurant, this is a good thing. I think the price is too high but I guess you are also paying for the show in front of you too. Ask for Chef Mike, skinny oriental guy. He is the best Kobe has as a utensil flipper. I definitely recommend this restaurant to first time daters, although, my family and I have visited this restaurant approximately 8-10 times this year. Ok, I recommend this restaurant to anyone who's not tried it. You will love it.
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Submitted Sunday, April 6, 2008 - 2:03am [Dine in]
I thought I 'd give it a try when I first drove by and saw the restaurant sign that says Malaysian Cuisine. I am glad I did. Unbelievable food. Absolutely authentic Malaysian food cooked by a Malaysian guy named Charles. (co-owner). The other owner is Thomas. I was greeted by him with a warm kindness that just makes you want to come back to that restaurant. The Beef Rendang is to die for. By far the best I have tasted in this country. I do know cause I dine out approximately 6 nights per week (cause my wife is too lazy to cook...............just kidding,.....I meant busy)and have tried all the Malaysian restaurants in the lower mainland. Hokkien Mee is my favourite. Made exactly like how it should be made on the hawker streets in KL. Make sure you ask for the original KL style Hokkien Mee. Overall, if you have not tried this restaurant, DO IT, you will love the service and most of all, the food.
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