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urdailoCambieSince May 13, 20066 Reviews
Average Rating
3 (3)
  • Food3 (3.2)
  • Service3 (2.8)
  • Value3.5 (3.3)
  • Ambiance2.5 (2.7)

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Seri Malaysia Restaurant2327 East Hastings Street, Vancouver
Awsome, authentic and flavorful Malaysian.
Submitted Wednesday, July 14, 2010 - 5:22pm [Dine in]

Food: Flavorful and authentic. I swear this is the tastiest Quay Teow Goreng around (This isn't the Chinese restaurant yellow curry powder variety.) The Kari Daging Lembu and Kari Daging Kambing (Beef and Lamb curry) both very aromatic. Ayam Bryani is very good as well. This place is a must if you love curry.

Service: One man show here, Jamal is the cook and server. Friendly, but don't expect much. He does whip up the food pretty quick.

Value: Good value with the all day specials (Chicken or beef curry and chicken/vegetables on rice) for $6.75 with a pop. Dinner for 3 around $30. So bang for the buck meter = 7/10.

Ambiance: Again, bare bone, you come here for the food. If you want ambiance, order a big pile of takeout, bring it home, drink some beer and enjoy.

I will definitely return again to Seri Malaysia for the food. Yes, you can go to Banana Leaf, Tropika and the likes, but you come here for good food, decent prices, what's not to like?

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Chef Hung Taiwanese Beef Noodle4151 Hazelbridge way, 2800, Richmond
Ok, we chinese like a lineup but this one was a waste of time.
Submitted Monday, January 18, 2010 - 12:43am [Dine in]

Taiwanese noodle houses have been around Vancouver for a while. This is a new chain from Taiwan, and the focus here are the noodles right? Well, to sum it up, the broth was nothing to write home about, noodle was done just right, beef and tendon were tender. As for the cold side dishes, what we had were mediocre at best. But I guess the operative word here is "all right". All the items here could be had elsewhere, without the lineups (which I am sure will vanish after the initial frenzy), and at a better value. I would say visit Cambie/41 or Grandville/70 area for better Taiwanese noodle. Not worth the wait for sure. Also, if you wait in line and watch the noodle chef, he wastes his time counting noodle, kind of cheap if you ask me... Service was great because they gave me extra broth when the noodle soaked it all up, young staffers still in their shake down stage were attentive.

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Shima-Ya5589 Victoria Drive, Vancouver
Best Sushi Bar this side of town.
Submitted Thursday, October 23, 2008 - 5:24pm [Dine in]

Sushi here is excellent, well textured, fresh and nicely presented, rice is done just right. If you are looking for cooked/fried food, go elsewhere. Come here if you are a sushi connoisseur. I am not a sushi snob, but nice to see a real Japanese establishment serving bite sized sushi and not a big hunk of cold dead raw fish. I would say best sushi E of Cambie St.

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Zakkushi Charcoal Grill823 Denman St, Vancouver
Love it, tasty food you won't get stuffed on.
Submitted Friday, July 27, 2007 - 5:53pm [Dine in]

The place is fun, food is great, add some beer and you have a winning combination.

If you get confused, get the sampler. Get the grilled Onigiri. Actually, you can't go wrong with anything.

Stick with the grilled stuff.

Go in the winter, sit near the grill for effect!! Mmmmm....yummy, warm and toasty!!

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Hawker's Delight4127 Main St., Vancouver
A little taste of Asia.
Submitted Friday, May 12, 2006 - 6:28pm [Dine in]

First of all, I would have to say if you have never traveled and eaten in “hole in the wall establishments” in Asia, you have to give these folks a try.
Food here is tasty, authentic and inexpensive; suggest the nasi-gorang or mee-gorang if you have never tried Malay or Singaporean food. Make sure you order mild or you might be on fire.
Ambiance is actually where the interesting experience comes in. The paint and décor is “dingy”, and not in a bad way. With travel poster, plastic chairs and utensils. What really gives it that feeling is the open window when the weather is hot, and you can hear the traffic going by, just like what you expect in a street stall in the orient.
Have an open mind and give it a go…

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Samurai Sushi House5888 Cambie Street, Vancouver
Stuff your face with stuff.
Submitted Friday, May 12, 2006 - 6:17pm [Dine in]

Large portion of rice and cold dead raw fish. If you want to stuff your face, this is it. As someone else said, sushi is bite size... not here, more like 2-3 bites size. Fish is fresh because of the high turn-over with lineups out the door. They could at lease take one sushi and make 2/3 pieces out of it.
Service sucks, the lady at the cashier with the crappy service and the perpetual grumpy "someone just died" face. If you frequent this place, you know what I mean. But hey its LARGE PORTION!!!! Order ahead and get discount.
You can eat the food, but its not sushi, its large portions of cold dead raw fish. Sushi is suppose to be bite size and nicely presented but hey they cater to the chinese crowd...size and portion is king.

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