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VeeAndDeeMarpole, VancouverSince April 21, 20082 Reviews
Average Rating
3 (3)
  • Food3.5 (3.5)
  • Service3 (3)
  • Value3 (3)
  • Ambiance3 (3)

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Saltlik1032 Alberni St, Vancouver
Mmm...
Submitted Sunday, August 9, 2009 - 12:34am [Dine in]

The four of us had various types of steak, myself the Bodacious Rib Eye (15 ounce steak!), my girlfriend having the California Thick Cut New York (is it still considered "New York Steak?"), the others having skirt steak and NY Striploin. Mine was nice and tender and juicy, the service was pretty good.

While the $20-30 is pretty accurate, that's just for your main course (of course), but I left full and content, and would definitely recommend the place. Attentive and pleasant wait staff (never having to ask for certain things is always a plus), pleasant atmosphere.

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Sala Thai888 Burrard, #102, Vancouver
Come for the tiny portions...and leave.
Submitted Sunday, April 20, 2008 - 7:53pm [Dine in]

While I've come to expect that eating at restaurants like this will leave you hungry after spending $30-40 for a meal for two, they had better make up for it with good service. Unfortunately, they failed on several fronts.

-Service is slow. Considering that there were at least four unoccupied tables in the restaurant, it did not give impression of a busy restaurant. Why does it take over 30 minutes for pad thai to get to your table?
-Wait staff is very dismissive. I've gotten used to having wait staff ask how everything is going mid-chew, and while it gets annoying sometimes, at least it saves you the trouble of having to flag them down. During the entire meal, no one came to see us.
-Food takes forever to arrive, but ask for the bill and it arrives immediately.
-We ordered "soda water" (ie: Perrier) which supposedly had refills (according to the waitress), but then we find out after the fact that it doesn't. And then the adjacent table orders the same thing and they even get the bottle with it (therefore, a larger portion).

In retrospect, going to Denny's next door would've provided a better restaurant experience at a fraction of the cost.

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