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tritzillaSouthlands, VancouverSince April 10, 20094 Reviews
Average Rating
2 (2.2)
  • Food2.5 (2.5)
  • Service1.5 (1.5)
  • Value2.5 (2.3)
  • Ambiance2.5 (2.5)

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Parkside Restaurant37996 Cleveland Ave., Squamish
Food was ok, service was very poor
Submitted Wednesday, July 18, 2012 - 10:21pm [Dine in]

This is one of the nicer restaurants in Squamish, BC. The menu is pricey, there is alot of westcoast food to choose from, a daily soup, to a seafood chowder always on the menu. Came here on our way up to Whistler. Thought it would be a nice stop, restaurant was semi-full. Waiter, who may have been manager or owner, did not crack a smile the entire service. Tried to make small talk, but he could not be bothered. When we inquired about the timely-ness of our meals, ( table in front of us was seated, ordered and serviced after we ordered), was given a smart remark, about how their food was fresh and you have to wait for fresh food. Then when our meals finally showed up, they were dropped on the table without so much as an apology, or a enjoy your meal. Would NEVER come here again. Food was alright, but the service really left a bad taste in our mouths. We always stop by Squamish for a meal on our way up to or coming back from Whistler, but would not come here again, and we'll remember to tell our friends the same.

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Slainte By the Pier15057 Marine Drive, Unit 100, White Rock
Great restaurant, would go again and again
Submitted Tuesday, July 3, 2012 - 3:27pm [Dine in]

We were strolling along the pier, and found this restaurant for lunch. Came for the soup and sandwich deal posted on the board outside, that said they started at $6.95, and saw the children's menu and thought we'd give it a try. We got a great table by the window, and noticed the restaurant was clean, nice decor, and fresh looking. The children ended up ordering off the special and sharing a full sandwich and a cup of fish chowder. I had the chicken pot pie and my husband had the fish and chips, and we shared a yam fries. The sandwich was very nice, my kids loved it, and although I didn't try the chowder, my children ate every spoonful. My chicken pot pie was best I've ever had, the puff pastry was so good, flaky and buttery. There were big chunks of chicken, and vegetables. So good! The fish and chips were big pieces of fish, light, and crispy, my husband said he hadn't had fish and chips like this since our trip to Scotland. Must try this place, I would go again without the children and try it for dinner.

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Section 31039 Mainland Street, Vancouver
Would not go here again..........don't waste your time or money
Submitted Friday, June 3, 2011 - 8:19pm [Dine in]

Came here with 3 girlsfriends with Living Social Deal. Food was average, salad, salmon on wild rice and lentals and brownie for dessert. The deal was good, two could eat for $40.00. Drinks were expensive, service was terrible, nothing against the girl, she was polite and nice but just didn't know how to serve. Never asked us if we wanted more drinks, and we had to ask for coffee with our desserts which came after we had finished dessert. Pictures of naked women on the menu, and a large one by the door. They also were showing a movie on the tv that had some scenes that almost made me choke, on my dinner(like soft porn). The manager or whoever man at the door was not welcoming and really seemed like he wanted to be else where, no smile, nothing. As we left, passed the server and same man, we all said Thank you as we were leaving to no reply from anyone. Not worth the time, or the money, so many better places in Yaletown, if this is how they do business I can see them closed in a year.

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Junsei River Japanese Restaurant570 Robson Street, Vancouver
This is the worse restaurant experience
Submitted Thursday, April 9, 2009 - 8:24pm [Dine in]

We went this the place on a Sunday evening, there were 5 of us, we were seated in their only large booth, which was nice that we got it.
We ordered the sushi boat and a few dinner entrees to share. The sushi boat ( which was quite pricey) came not on a boat like the picture in the menu but a large plate. Very poor presentation. We ordered chicken kaarage, which came as the appetizer, and only 3 pieces. We asked the waitress about it, and her response was, "we have an entree and an appetizer, you just said chicken kaarage, I didn't know what you wanted, that is why the appetizer came." we didn't think it was our fault and since she was so rude we said sorry, and asked her to please change it to the entree. The rest of the meal went down hill from there, we had to ask for everything twice. We asked for two forks, one was brought, we asked for side plates, only 3 were brought, but there are 5 of us. The sushi and sashimi was tasteless, and the sushi rice was too sticky. The deep fried oysters came to table cold like they have been sitting for a while. Not once did the waitress ask us how everything was and it wasn't until the bill came we realized our chicken kaarage never came but was charged to the bill.
This is the poorest excuse for a japanese restaurant, it is clearly opened ( apparently they just had a grand opening too) to churn through customers and there is no pride in what or how they serve their food. The location is on Robson and it had a steady stream of people coming. Our party heard another lady complaint about her food to the waitress as we were leaving, and saw the waitress walk away and roll her eyes.
I would NEVER eat in this restaurant again even if you paid me. The staff are rude, and food quality is poor.

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