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timbrenpitt meadowsSince January 16, 20074 Reviews
Average Rating
2.5 (2.6)
  • Food2.5 (2.5)
  • Service3.5 (3.5)
  • Value2.5 (2.7)
  • Ambiance3.5 (3.3)

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Displaying 1 - 4 of 4 Reviews Found
Fox's Reach Pub and Grill20398 Dewdney Trunk Rd, #300, Maple Ridge
Micro waved Fettuccini
Submitted Sunday, July 15, 2012 - 10:43am [Dine in]

We went to Foxes Reach for our weekly visit and often had mixed reviews, but we liked it because it had a restaurant on one side that allowed our boys. Recently we went there and my son thought he would try the shrimp fettuccini and when it came he said it was too saucy, we told him to just eat it and take the good parts of the pasta. After his next complain we examined it closer and found the pasta was a clump of dough and the there was olive oil/butter all over the bottom, something you find when you micro wave Fettuccini. When the waitress came by, we brought this pasta to her attention; she said she would talk to the manager. When she return she said because he ate the garlic bread and shrimp all he would give us was 20% off the dish, so it worked out to be $10.40 for 5 shrimp and garlic toast. I did not expect a free meal, but only 20%, you might as well have told me to F-off. Well loud obnoxious guy who walks around like he owned the place, turns out he does…. You have lost a frequent flyer to your restaurant over a bad dish and decision. Advice, keep your hands and eyes off the girls who work for you and put them on the Pub you are fortunate to own.

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Cat & Fiddle Sports Bar & Grill1979 Brown Street, Port Coquitlam
Where did all the waitress go
Submitted Saturday, November 20, 2010 - 4:43pm [Dine in]

Our family with one young son went there so mom and dad can have a wine with lunch. Waiting 10 minutes for a waitress should have been a hint. In the hour we were there I don't think we saw the waitress in our area more than 5 times. We wanted a 2nd drink but did not want to wait in the freezing cold pub for another minute. The food was good, but it got cold before we could finish it. Boy, has this place gone down hill. So bad that we did something we never did before, instead of leaving our normal 15%, my wife left nothing.

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Seasons Bistro11237 122A Avenue, #104, Pitt Meadows
Really nice place
Submitted Wednesday, June 11, 2008 - 12:00pm [Dine in]

My wife and I tried this place one evening earlier this month. The waitress mentioned how surprised she was that we got in and did not have a reservation. The service on this night was fantastic and reason being was the 2 waitresses worked together. Nether of them walked in or out of the kitchen without something. Both cleared our dishes, filled our water, got our drinks, it seemed like a tag team of service. The food was very good and price was reasonable for a upper class restaurant. We will be back and if we get the same experience we will leave another 20% tip.

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Cioppino’s1133 Hamilton Street, Vancouver
Not Worth the Money
Submitted Sunday, January 21, 2007 - 7:09pm [Dine in]

WE have done The Five Sails, Diva at the Met and the Hart house. When we went to Cioppinos we knew it was fine dining and we could expect a $200 bill for the two of us, My wife is worth it. We had wine, appies, main course and dessert. The waiter recommended the wine and it was pricey, but good. Appies were good but not great, I liked my salad, my wife's lobster bisque was just OK. The waiter recommended the Ahi tuna with Black truffles - thinking around $40, I almost crapped when the bill said $60. The waiter ruined my evening with one suggestion without the price warning. My wife had the Potato gnocchi and it tasted like dough. For the money they wanted they should have remembered to cook it more, it was horrible. The dessert was the highlite of the meal, fabulous. For $235 plus tip I expected more. Sometimes it doesn't pay to venture from the familiar.

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