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vh87VancouverSince August 17, 20083 Reviews
Average Rating
3.5 (3.3)
  • Food3.5 (3.7)
  • Service2.5 (2.7)
  • Value3.5 (3.3)
  • Ambiance3.5 (3.3)

Reviews

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Scoop! Frozen Yogurt2050 West 4th Ave, Vancouver
Yummy Frozen Yogurt!
Submitted Tuesday, June 30, 2009 - 1:28am [Dine in]

This cute little place reminded me a bit of Pinkberry in the States, except with more variety in the toppings. I had a lot of fun picking out my toppings for the frozen yogurt and it was very tasty! It was a very refreshing alternative to regular ice cream. Ambiance was pretty nice, although maybe a bit random with the layout of the back room. I did appreciate that they provided activities such as board games and a foosball table. Price was a bit high when you factor in the extra cost due to the weight of the toppings - I'd prefer if they had a set price for a certain number of toppings that they scoop for you (to be fair to other customers). All in all, I'd recommend this to anyone who's looking for a good frozen yogurt place! :)

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Teahouse Restaurant, The7501 Stanley Park Drive, Vancouver
Excellent Dining Experience With One Sour Point
Submitted Tuesday, June 30, 2009 - 12:51am [Dine in]

I just dined at this restaurant today with my family for my birthday and enjoyed the dishes very much. Our waitress was very courteous and friendly, and provided us with excellent service. The beautiful scenery of Stanley Park surrounding the restaurant added that final touch for a nearly perfect dining experience. However, towards the end, when heading towards the bathroom with my mother, we nearly collided with a waitress carrying food from the kitchen. After a brief moment, we tried to pass and she said, "Excuse me," to my mother who did not hear (she was not ignoring the waitress) and squeezed past her. Keeping eye contact with the waitress, I noticed that she immediately rolled her eyes, shook her head, and looked very disgusted. I don't mean to emphasize this as the main part of my dining experience, but I would like to advise that, no matter who is right or wrong in the situation such as the one just described, a waitress should NEVER show disgust or roll her eyes, or act in any other UNPROFESSIONAL way. It was disappointing to have to witness such unprofessional behavior towards the end of our meal. Despite that, all in all, I had a wonderful time at The Teahouse and would recommend it to my friends.

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Royal Seoul House Korean Restaurant1215 W Broadway, Vancouver
Good Food But Poor Service
Submitted Sunday, August 17, 2008 - 1:34am [Dine in]

I was at this restaurant today with my family for dinner and found that although the food was pretty good, the service needed some work. I am fairly certain that the restaurant does take reservations as the guy that I spoke to on the phone noted down our reservation. However, when we arrived, there was no record of our reservation in their books and we were a large party (8 people). Luckily, we were there when the restaurant wasn't that full yet, so we were able to get a table without a reservation. When ordering drinks, I requested a long island iced tea to which the waitress replied, saying that they could not make long island iced teas today. That was fine. I ended up ordering a regular iced tea. I finished my drink quickly though and ordered a Singapore Sling. The waitress stared at me blankly and asked me what that was. Surprised, I stated it was a drink on their menu (you would think they would know the items on their own menu!). The waitress from whom I requested a long island iced tea came back and stated that NO cocktails were being made today. That's fine, but I would have appreciated her telling me the first time around. I then ordered a coke that they promptly forgot about. To be fair, the food was fairly tasty - I do not have any complaints about the food. I just wish service was a bit better, especially considering that they were not that busy. I also would appreciate them having better knowledge of their menu items.

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