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WeekendChefBurnabySince February 25, 200745 Reviews
Average Rating
3.5 (3.7)
  • Food4 (3.8)
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Kefi Greek Kouzina100 Schoolhouse St, #102, Coquitlam
Our go to Greek...
Submitted Monday, August 26, 2013 - 5:06pm [Dine in]

This is where hubby and I go when we have a craving for Greek food. Food is almost always great (a bit heavy on the salt once or twice but not unbearable) and we've always had outstanding service from their team there. I love the calamari appetizer (good for sharing) and I usually order the mixed souvlaki and hubby greatly enjoys the mediterranean chicken. I've had the greek ribs as well and they're tasty,... with leftovers for a lovely lunch the next day. I usually don't have room for dessert but I did manage to save some room for the bogatsa our last visit. ohhhh... so yummy. Beautifully crisp filo wrapped around piping hot custard. Burned my mouth but so worth it! A yummy treat for us. We like the little outside patio area. The traffic noise isn't too loud and it's nice to sit in a covered patio and just enjoy the nice weather.

Service has always been good for us. Attentive and we've never had to ask for more beverages. Maybe we've just been lucky. We had a birthday party there recently and even though there was only 1 server on (Jessica), she handled it like a trooper. Our group + about 6 patio tables and 3 inside tables. Never felt neglected at all.

Would we go back? Yes. It's our go to Greek place.

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Beaucoup Bakery2150 Fir Street, Vancouver
Pain au chocolate......
Submitted Monday, August 26, 2013 - 4:42pm [Dine in]

Wow! Flakiest croissants ever and just so rich and tasty. The pain au chocolat (chocolate croissant) is to die for. Layer upon layer upon layer of beautiful pastry and butter and a gloriously generous centre of yummy chocolate. Add in a lovely coffee and it's an afternoon treat to be remembered. Hubby loves loves loves the peanut butter cookies and I also have a soft sport for the marcona almond bar and the caramel eclaire. The owner takes so much care in all her product and you can taste the effort she and her staff put into all their treats. A small little place but very charming. Hard to get a table on a sunny day but well worth the visit anytime. Always service with a smile and a welcoming greeting when you arrive. Would I go back... have many time and will again many more. Love the croissants!

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Chronic Tacos66 10th Street, #110, New Westminster
Yummy tacos!!
Submitted Monday, August 26, 2013 - 4:03pm [Dine in]

Went here with hubby and the loaner-kids and had some really good food. An assortment of the available tacos (chicken, pork, fish and beef) was ordered and all were served on corn tortillas with fresh fillings of meats, veg, cheese, salsa and guacamole. Wow! Wasn't sure if the kids were going to eat them or not being kids and all but they sat there and just chowed down. Ate every bite and we even ordered more cause they were so good! Hubby and I have been back since for more meals and have tried out the quesidilla and other spanish beans and rice as well. All well made, fresh and tasty. Service was always with a smile and friendly. They didn't have table service at that time but the staff move around the eating area and take care of their guests. We had our drinks refilled for us when they certainly didn't have to and it was very nice. Pleasant, friendly and cheerful staff that take the time to remember previous guests. What a nice surprise to have the girl behind the counter remember our last trip in there with the loaner-kids (not that the kids were bad in any way). A little more than some places but so well worth it for the care and ingredients used in the place. Owners are a young couple working hard to make it work and they can count on us to be there often. Looking forward to our next trip there.. most likely this coming weekend! Yummy!

PS: They DO have table service now and have a liquour license as well. I really want to try the spicy mojito out! Sounds amazing.

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Agra Tandoori Restaurant3790 Canada Way, #110, Burnaby
A lovely, proper, introduction to Indian cuisine
Submitted Monday, December 19, 2011 - 4:52pm [Dine in]

Hubby wanted Indian food and while I've never been a giant fan of the cuisine, I agreed. My only knowledge of Indian cuisine was butter chicken and well... lets face it. It's the Indian equivalent of Chinese food being sweet & sour pork. Well... I think he may be on the way to converting me! We started with veggie pakoras and they were piping hot and flavourful without being too much in your face with spices with a nice dipping sauce to go along with it. We then had a couple of share dishes including the chicken vindaloo, the butter chicken (because it was something he knew I'd eat) and the veggie korma, along with rice, spinach naan, garlic naan and pappadums. The veggie korma was soooooo good and incredibly creamy and rich. Over some rice,.. oh my! Yummy indeed! I ate it all up on him! A feast of spices and flavours. No room for dessert, though it was tempting. I did have a Chai tea with my meal as well and it was super rich and again, piping hot. All the food super hot. Not a cold dish amongst them.

A family owned restaurant with mama and papa in the kitchen and the adult children up front. There's a wee one there too that just hangs out and is such a sweet child. Always smiling and greeting people. I walked in and did a last minute take out order a week or two later and they had it ready in about 10 minutes for me... with a nice cold glass of water while I waited. Now, that's not really a major thing, but it's a nice touch for restaurants to do. Simple but acknowledges your presence and that you may be having a long day. The room can feel a little chilly but you know, good company and good food will warm up any environment. We found the prices to be very good for the amount of food we received as well. We've been back with friends and even though one fellow is particular about his food options, he was happy and ate and ate and ate.

Good food. Nice people. Will we be back? Absolutely. Looking forward to more veggie korma!

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Tomahawk Restaurant1550 Phillip Ave, North Vancouver
It was fun!!
Submitted Monday, December 19, 2011 - 4:36pm [Dine in]

Heard this was going to be on Triple D and we wanted to check it out before the episode aired so off we went to check it out. I wasn't sure what to expect but it turned out to be a fun evening. A smaller room than I had expected and certainly what you'd call "rustic". Cozy too though and it appealed to me. We were seated quickly (around 7pm on a Saturday night late November) and our server was by to take drink orders quickly. Sweet young lady with a ready smile and a very polite manner. Our buddy ordered the Mixed Grill which was this monster plate of breakfast with 9 (NINE) slices of bacon! I thought he was insane and bet him he'd never finish it. Hubby ordered the slightly more modest Yukon Breakfast (with only 5 slices of bacon) (very nice bacon I might add!!!) while I had the roast beef dinner. Loaded high with mashed potatoes and veg... yum!!! Gravy over all of it. Heavenly! We all wanted pie but had no room in our tummies so we ordered slices to go and enjoyed them at home a couple of hours later.

We went back again this past weekend with some out of town friends and had had another nice evening. Same charming server and same great service. The boys mostly all had the special of soup, prime rib and chocolate cake for dessert. I had the Hot-Outta-the-Pan steak and eggs breakfast this time. A little over cooked to my liking (medium as opposed to more rare medium rare) but still very flavourful and tasty. There was silence as we all dug into our generous plates of food. It is what it is though.. it's diner food but very good diner food in my humble opinion. The boys all had a dessert and they said the chocolate cake (part of the 3 course dinner) was really good. They scraped their plates clean. Even though we hung out and chatted and caught up with each other's lives, we didn't feel rushed to leave or anything at all. The cleared the plates and left us to visit in peace. We got a cheerful "thank you" and "come again" from the whole staff when we eventually got up and yes... we will be back again soon! Must be careful to not indulge too often though... though one can never over-do bacon in my eyes, my doctor may have my hide if I go too often.

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Salmon House2229 Folkestone Way, West Vancouver
Birthday treat
Submitted Sunday, August 21, 2011 - 12:10pm [Dine in]

Now, it's been a number of years since my last visit to this restaurant but I do recall it being very posh and elegant. Looking for a restaurant to celebrate my husband's birthday with his family coming into town to join us, I wanted to give them all a lovely evening. Wonderful success.

A view to die for as we had a beautiful clear night (back a couple of months ago when the weather was dodgy at best) and the in-laws were duly pleased. Service was with a warm smile for everyone and glasses were never empty which is always a plus for me. Food was piping hot and portions were plentiful enough even for the guys. You can never go wrong with the grilled salmon. So very tasty and moist and delicious. Hubby had ordered the daily special and you know, I can't remember what it was.. I was so focused on my salmon. LOL! I believe someone ordered the smoked sable fish and was very pleased with it as well. That's my next treat there!!

Desserts were decadent (I had the cheesecake and hubby had the chocolate bombe,.. as did the rest of the family.. crazy chocoholics!) and everyone left with a smile on their faces. My husband and his family were pleased with everything.

I can say we had an absolutely wonderful night of great food, a fabulous view and delightful company.

Would we go back? Absolutely!

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C-Lovers Fish & Chips555 Clarke Road, #8, Coquitlam
Yummies in our tummies!!
Submitted Sunday, August 21, 2011 - 11:40am [Dine in]

Discovered this company initially at English Bay during the fireworks with a take out order (very good!) and when hubby had a hankering for fish and chip again, we looked them up again. We found the Coquitlam location was on our errands path and stopped in for lunch a couple of weeks ago. A small location from the storefront but spacious once you get inside with not too many tables squished together. Lots of room. It was clean and airy as well, without the heavy odor of grease hanging in the air. Nothing fancy but definitely clean and very pleasant

We opted for the $11.99 all you can eat option which comes with bottom-less pop. Quick service with a smile, even though she seemed to be the only server on at lunch time that day but you'd never know if she was stressed. She was friendly, had an easy smile on her face and didn't rush us at all. Beverages were refreshed when there was maybe 1/4 glass left and offers of more fish (and fries) when there was 1 piece left on our plates ensuring our plates and cups were never empty. We went a second time last light with a friend and even this we got there a half hour before their closing time (didn't realize they closed at 8pm), we had the same friendly service from the same server.

The fish was fresh and served piping hot,.. same with the fries, done as they're ordered. Crispy without being burnt and not dripping with oil or tasting heavy. Tartar sauce that I believe is made in-house and just yummy! The guys tore though a lot of tartar sauce with their fish and we all left with full tummies but not feeling weighted down.

Would we go again? Absolutely and I'm sure in the very near future!

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Pink Peppercorn Seafood House1485 Kingsway, Vancouver
Like being home again....
Submitted Sunday, October 17, 2010 - 9:48pm [Dine in]

Hubby and I have greatly missed the Cannery since they closed their doors earlier this year. It was our favourite 'celebration' dinner location. I heard about the Pink Peppercorn a while ago and have been hoping to go ever since. Tonight we did. Oh my... it's like being home again at the Cannery. Warm service from the moment we walked in the door and friendly smiles the entire evening. Warm bread served with lobster oil and balsamic vinegar... drinks that were not too sweet (even a mojito),... a cesear salad that was light and airy but well dressed, clam chowder that warmed my heart as well as our tummies,...salmon wellington as delicious as I remember it being and an extremely large and generous portion, scallops and prawns over a bed of rice for hubby that was rich and flavourful and it was amazing! Beautiful tasty food that brought back all the warm memories of a fdearly missed restaurant. The room was nice. We had a booth by the window and while some of the decor could be removed (giant lobster was amusing) and not missed, it was a nice room. Cozy and comfortable. Value was really good too for the quality and quantity of food we got. Exceptional really.

We're not sure if we'll tell our friends about this wonderful little place just yet or just keep this delicious secret to ourselves for a while longer. We know they'll love it as much as we already do. We're looking forward to going back again very soon. Very soon!!

Thank you Chef Eddy for a great meal and thank you Nik for wonderful service with a charming smile the entire time. It was a lovely evening.

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Earls3850 Lougheed Highway, Burnaby
Wow!! What a change!
Submitted Monday, September 20, 2010 - 12:34pm [Dine in]

Years ago, this was "the" place for me and my girlfriends to dine and hang out at. As we got older, we noticed the quality and service slide quite drastically so we stopped going. It's been quite a number of years now and the one or two times we went since there were not stellar meals. A couple of months ago, a friend came home from Alberta, with the family, and called us to do dinner. He suggested Earls. Um... ok. Sure. Not expecting a whole lot when we went but I have to say... completely surprised and very happily so.

Food quality has gone waaaaaay back up to the original standards and the service was top notch. We had their 2 year old with us and they were so good with her. Made sure her food came out ASAP to keep her occupied and our food was not so far behind it that she was done well before us. I had the steak and frites and it was a perfect medium rare with crisp shoe string fries. Hubby's cajun chicken ceasar was amazing too!

Since then, we've been back again, just in case it was a fluke. Nope. Consistently good food made with care and service that is pleasant, friendly (without the short skirts paying attention to only the men in the group) and very efficient. A ceasar salad I will sit and happily eat over and over again. I'm not big on the salads but this is very nice. We actually got to watch them make it from where we were seated. Sunday Supper is a steal of a deal... $25 for a salad starter, a choice of entrees (chicken, fish, steak) and a s'more for dessert. Homemade marshmallows! Yum! Naughty for a diabetic but very very difficult to resist!

If you're dining with friends and want to talk,.. be sure to sit in the restaurant side. The lounge is really loud and it's hard to hear each other. Service seemed to be a bit slower on that side but maybe it was just a bad night.

Would we go again... solid yes. Girls night.. here we come!

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Sushi Garden4269 Lougheed Hwy, Burnaby
Sushi Friday!
Submitted Monday, September 20, 2010 - 11:46am [Dine in]

With full work schedules, who wants to cook on Friday? Stand over a hot stove and stir and mix? Pass. Sushi Friday! We call in our usual order of ebi-sunomono, california roll, dynamite roll, ton katsu, chicken katsu and maybe a couple of salmon sashimi and wait 30 minutes and go pick up our dinner. Easy peasy! Since they've been open, we've had 1 semi-dud meal where the katsu's were overdone and a bit dry and as tasty as usual. Every other time has been great.

We've done dine in a lot too and we really like the room. Very elegantly done and while service can be spotty and slow, not too bad most nights. We did spend one evening chasing someone down for tea refills. The table next to us joined in and eventually, we got tea, from an apologetic server and with a smile (apparantly they just came back from a break). Food is always plentiful and as it should be.

We've had to pay a lot more for a lot less food and quality, so we're happy we have this sushi place to go to.

Would we go back? Sushi Friday says it all!

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Insadong Korean Restaurant403 North Road, #301, Coquitlam
Our first vist...
Submitted Monday, September 6, 2010 - 11:34pm [Dine in]

Hubby thought Korean food would be a nice change for lunch so we came here at the recommendation of our friend (who joined us). Our first visit of many visits to come! We were greeted as soon as we walked in and seated within minutes. After browsing the menu for a few, a pleasant waiter came by to take our order. When he found out it was our first visit, he explained that if we needed anything, to push the button and someone would come assist us. We had the chicken noodle dish, the mixed tempura with salmon, marinated beef sort ribs and a pork dish. The noodle dish came with fish flakes(?) on the top and the "dancing" effect from the heat was quite amusing. Very very tasty dish! More flavour than I had expected and very good. The tempura was very light and fluffy... not greasy at all. We had some question what the leaf like item was but it was tasty too.. the short ribs and the pork yummy. Service was amazing in that the grill top was changed for us quickly, quietly and efficiently. The little side dishes were nice. My first taste of kimchee... the pickled daikon was surprisingly refreshing. I know Korean dishes can be spicy but I was happy it wasn't too spicy. Service was always with a smile and they answered any questions we had. We're thinking a party with a group of friends would be fun.

Looking forward to another visit.

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Cobre52 Powell Street, Vancouver
Always a treat
Submitted Thursday, March 4, 2010 - 4:39pm [Dine in]

Hubby and I have been here several time and we've always loved it. The food is always hot and tasty and a good introduction to latin style foods for friends that have come with us. It's not the same style as we've had in Barcelona but it's certainly up there for us. Service has always always been pleasant for us. We had one slightly cranky moment with a staff member but they snapped out of it pretty quickly (got the impression they had just dealt with an extremely difficult table and hadn't quite shaken it off yet). The bar manager recommeded the white sangria for me to try out and it is sooo tasty! Yummo indeed! Hubby loves their mojitos too.

For what we paid for the meals, well worth it. Dining out tapas style in Europe was pretty on par for us for what we received. It's smaller tastes of different food items. Good ingredients are not going to be cheap. It's kinda to be expected.

A stunning room with the copper plated walls and the upper dining area is very nice for a quiet "date" night.

Would we go back. Absolutely and hopefully soon!

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Pho Saigon6322 Kingsway, Burnaby
Overall, solid.
Submitted Tuesday, February 2, 2010 - 3:36pm [Dine in]

The building is old and could use some renovation work and the interior could really use a touch up but it's the food I'm worried about generally and these folks have a good solid pho with nice flavours and generous servings. The spring rolls were very fresh and not too greasy. Value is decent for what you get. Not too expensive at all. Cash is always the easiest way to pay I find and the quickest. The place is always busy when I go in or drive by so I don't get in as much as I'd like but I'd stop by again, for sure. Don't think it's the hubby's cuppa tea though....

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Posh6462 Kingsway, #105, Burnaby
Always a good meal
Submitted Tuesday, February 2, 2010 - 3:31pm [Dine in]

I come here with a friend fairly often for lunch and we always have a good meal. The selection of food choices has gone down, but you know, we always leave with a full tummy. Greeted quickly at the door, we get seated and they start the hot pot up for us. A selection of tofu, assorted veggies and a few trays of beef and pork and we're off. It's comforting food and it's good food. Not too heavy, unless you're eating only meat of course, and for a diabetic, pretty easy on the sugars. They have a good selection of beverages and are very accomdating for requests, even if they do charge for tea. For lunch for 2 including drinks and a generous tip, we usually spend about $45 and that's with a very generous tip. The room is very modern and well kept and maintained. Ladies room is tidy and you can see the kitchen is very organized and clean too.

A favourite for girls' lunches for sure.

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New Town Bakery & Restaurant148 E Pender Street, Vancouver
Them apple tarts are amazin'!
Submitted Tuesday, February 2, 2010 - 3:25pm [Dine in]

They make the best apple tarts in the world (in my humble opinion of course). I grew up eating apple tarts from another local chinatown bakery that closed down about 30 years ago. Needless to say, those tarts were greatly missed as the gentleman who owned the bakery didn't share the recipe with anyone! Many tried, but none matched the wonder of those tarts. Years and years later, my parents tell me that someone had located the old gentleman and persuaded him to part with the recipe. Lo and behold, the return of the apple tart! Now, I'm not sure if that's a true story or not, but this is a very close replica of those original tarts I remember so well from my childhood. Whenever we're in Chinatown for dim sum, we always truck across the street for a box of these sweet treats. The hubby, who never had one of these until I came along, loves them. Not too sweet and a light pastry. Service can be hit or miss,.. they're usually quite slammed in there with a large crowd in front of the display cases, but they're quick. Don't go in expecting service with a smile... efficient but not warm a fuzzy for these busy folks. The steamed buns are also amazingly tasty and when you get them piping hot... wow! They almost beat mom's homemade ones (but don't tell mom that). Pastries like the pineapple buns, bbq pork buns and all your traditional chinese pastries are good. Fresh and very tasty. Value is great for what you get. Ambience is what it is. A busy pastry shop with no time or budget for fuss and decoration. If you can handle brisk service and can live without a beaming smile from your server, you'll get some good nibblies.

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Penny Restaurant2060 East Hastings Street, Vancouver
Solid old school meal
Submitted Tuesday, February 2, 2010 - 3:12pm [Dine in]

Now... I grew up in the neighbourhood of this place and it was where mom would order chinese food from on the rare occassions she ordered chinese food. The house chow mein is one of my favourites and always has been. The rice noodle with beef is also a favourite. Food is almost always quick, hot and plentiful so very decent value for what you spend. Service can be hit and miss though, depending on which server you get. Some are more pleasant than others but mostly pretty good. Indifferent, but good. (Generally more pleasant when mom is with me). Ambience? I give it a mediocre because it is what it is. A hole in the wall chinese food restaurant that services the neighbourhood families and folks that are hankering for a decent chinese meal. They've been at the same location for at least 15 years now so they must be doing something right. Would I go again? Yes.. for sure. Love the house chow mein!

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Denny's1098 Davie Street, Vancouver
Like going back in time....
Submitted Tuesday, January 12, 2010 - 5:50pm [Dine in]

In the day,... Denny's was the place to be after a night at the bar. Now,.. it's the place to be after a night at the bar. A new more modern look for sure, but the food is pure Denny's. 3am chili cheese fries are a thing of the past but the food is still solid and you can count on it to be consistent. The staff at this location are friendly and seem to know the regulars quite well. Food doesn't take too long from the kitchen and the servers check in as needed at the table. Value wise... always good for what you get. The new room is quite nice but I almost miss the old school diner'ish feel to it. Feels almost a bit too posh to be in there at 3am for the chili cheese fries and cherry coke.

Would we go again? Yes. It's a blast from my youth and while it's not always a healthy choice, it's an indulgence (and fun with your drunken friends).

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Mi Bistro & Bar1234 Hornby St., Vancouver
A nice little place
Submitted Tuesday, January 12, 2010 - 4:39pm [Dine in]

Been here a couple of times with hubby and while not blown away, have always been reasonably pleased. Food is good but twice when hubby tried to order a certain burger, they were out. Oh well... try something else I suppose. Food has always come out the right temperature and is presented quite nicely too. Effort is certainly put into it and it's appreciated. We've had the steaks and they were a good size (even for hubby) and done exactly as we had requested them. A very nice beef dip too! They do a really lovely dessert with phyllo and fruit and cream... heavenly and even though I know I should share to ease on the calories, it's a toughie to give up even a fork-full.

For the cost of the meals, a decent value. We used an Entertainment coupon once and they gave us no fuss at all. Service with a smile and a "no problem at all". It's a smallish space and kinda dim, but enough light to see what's going on around you, watch sports on the screen above the bar, people watch or just relax and have a good meal.

Will we go back again. Yes. Solidly consistent and we'd be back for sure.

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Kisha Poppo Japanese Restaurant1143 Davie Street, Vancouver
Surprised after reading other's reviews
Submitted Tuesday, January 12, 2010 - 4:13pm [Dine in]

Came here on New Year's Eve after dealing with an extremely obnoxious and snotty barbie/hostess at another restaurant in the immediate area and our group of 5 was very pleased. After reading other's reviews of the place, I'm wondering if we hit a really good night to be there. We went in without a reservation yet were seated immediately in a cozy booth. A bit of a tight fit on the end seat against the wall but we made it work. Ordered AYCE and the food came along quite quickly and steadily. Portion sizes varied from order to order but it wasn't a big deal cause we just ordered more of what we wanted then. Quality was decent for an AYCE restaurant. Well seasoned and fresh ingredients. The manager noticed we had ordered atlantic salmon sashimi and asked if we had ordered any of the sockeye sashimi. When we said no, he immediately offered to bring some to us to try. Sure,.. why not. We expected a couple of pieces but what we got was a full plate with about 14 full sized pieces on it. The most beautiful colour and taste. Just amazing! This service made us smile for sure and it was above and beyond what we expected. For New Year's Eve, it was a good value since everyone increases their prices for the night... for any other night? A solid value for us.

The room and the ambiance was very basic and not fussy frilly which is ok with us. Functional and not to over or under lit. While we understand "mood lighting", sometimes we think it's to hide what they don't want us to see. In any case, we're more interested in the food and we were pleased.

Would we go again? Yes. I think we would if we had a group of us again.

PS: The ice cream is a very nice touch for AYCE. And they offered us seconds,.. which we couldn't refuse.

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Kadoya Japanese1063 Davie Street, Vancouver
Surprise find
Submitted Saturday, October 24, 2009 - 1:39pm [Dine in]

Spent the weekend with the hubby downtown and in our search of an early dinner, discovered Kadoya. What a happy discovery too! Very small room (30 seater) and very close quarters to the table next to you but not unpleasantly so. This kind of dining experience can be made pleasant or unpleasant not so much based on the restaurant but on the people sitting next to you. If they're obnoxious, the meal is going to be bad no matter how good the food. Fortunately, our visits (so far) have been beside like-minded folk. I haven't tried the specialty rolls yet but will the next visit and can't wait. Hubby loves the sashimi and says it's very fresh and generously portioned. The rolls are flavorful and my cali roll just melted in my mouth. Quite possibly the best cali roll I've ever had. Fresh, flavourful and beautifully created. Service has never been a problem for us personally though. We've been in during the middle of the afternoon to early early evening so maybe it's just a matter of how busy they are. We've been greeted with a cheerful hello, tea was quietly refilled, food cleared after checking with us if we were done, and bill brought promptly. Paying with a credit card was no problem and an overall outstanding experience. We're very much looking forward to going back again in a couple of weeks.

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