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yaukuiNew WestSince July 17, 20072 Reviews
Average Rating
3.5 (3.5)
  • Food3.5 (3.5)
  • Service3 (3)
  • Ambiance2.5 (2.5)

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Neptune Seafood Restaurant8171 Ackroyd Road, #100, Richmond
Not the best, but OK
Submitted Tuesday, March 25, 2008 - 2:39pm [Dine in]

Attended a 10 course dinner sponsored by a company. The place was packed, birthday parties over here, other functions over there, announcements over the world's worst PA system in our area, chaotic to say the least. These guys are very good at handling large volumes of people and food. Food was a bit late to arrive (but I blame the PA announcer who wouldn't shut up) and when it did, the courses started backing up. The table runs out of space quickly, dirty dishes start piling up, this one wants more tea, this one wants a clean plate, people start getting up to raid the service area to take what they need, servers can't keep up. In the end, the food was pretty good, but not the best I've had. Perhaps under those conditions it's just too difficult. They should take less bookings and improve the food quality and service. I think they're trying to do too much.

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My Greek Taverna946 Brunette Avenue, Coquitlam
Best Steak I've had in a long time
Submitted Thursday, July 19, 2007 - 1:48pm [Dine in]

My wife and I eat at this restaurant a lot and really love the traditional Greek dishes like the roast lamb, souvlaki, calamari etc., but I was in the mood for a steak on our latest visit. I had the 8oz NY with lasagna. The steak was tender, juicy, cooked medium perfect, nicely seasoned, not a bit of sinue or gristle. As good as any steak I have had anywhere in the world, and I travel all over the world constantly. Recently I have been off steak which I love, but it seems nobody really knows how to cook it properly anymore (ie: Like Moishe's in Montreal which is the best). I really enjoyed this combo, and the Greek style lasagne is a departure from the common "red suace" Italian varietes. The secret inredient in Greek lasagne is cinnamon. We are hooked on this place. The food is excellent value for money and I don't have to drive more than 5 minutes to get there. Opaa!

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