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YUMM314RichmondSince June 25, 20074 Reviews
Average Rating
3.5 (3.3)
  • Food4 (3.8)
  • Service3 (2.8)
  • Value3 (3)
  • Ambiance3.5 (3.5)

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Nobusan Japanese Fusion Gourmet4351 No.3 Rd, #170, Richmond
Good Food.
Submitted Saturday, March 21, 2009 - 1:29am [Dine in]

The place was a lot smaller than I had imagined, but they were almost empty on a Friday night. The food was good, and I would recommend the place based on that.

The service was normal, but the waitresses were overbearing..they would explain the things on the menu as if we were too dumb to read the explanations ourselves. I know they were just trying to be helpful, but it was a bit unnecessary. There was a mix up with one of our orders too, but that happens..

The bill came out to be around $150 for 4 people without any alcoholic drinks (some of us hardly ate anything, and some of us didn't leave full)...so the value wasn't spectacular..but there was nothing to complain about the quality and taste of the food.

Overall, I think this is a place to come with a small group of people..the bill will rack up if it's over 4.

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Hue Cafe6620 No. 3 Rd, Richmond
LOVE the subs.
Submitted Thursday, September 11, 2008 - 6:05pm [Dine in]

I had never really had vietnamese subs until I decided to pop into this store a while back. The owner is a really nice guy who told me that the grilled chicken sub is popular. So I bought one and ate it at home...and now it's one of the restaurants I go to the most. I have tried subs at other Vietnamese places but NOTHING compares to Hue Cafe. My favourites are the grilled chicken and grilled pork subs. They also have pho, lemon grass chicken etc. which I have yet to try.

Service: The young owner is very friendly and he remembers what we had talked about at my previous visit. The women working in the back do not speak a lot of english, but they still give you a warm smile when they greet you.

Value: I feel jipped at other vietnames places when it comes to their subs because they're really unpleasant in comparison to Hue Cafe ..so I'd say the value is very very good. I think it's about 3.50~4.50 per sub, depending on the meat you choose.

Ambiance: Very small place with maybe 6-8 small tables? Most people probably get take-out.

Everyone I've told about this place have fallen in love with the subs too :)

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Correli's Restaurant3900 Bayview, #160, Richmond
Maybe they're not used to serving a big group...
Submitted Tuesday, September 9, 2008 - 10:51pm [Dine in]

I went with my family of 13 people for dinner (with reservations of course). Our table was ready when we got there and we all got seated promptly.

Food: was pretty good. Some of us had the $20 Italian course where you can pick an appetizer, entree and dessert. I got the pasta entree and was so full that I had to give my dessert to someone else.

Service: The waitresses were both very nice, but there were a lot of mistakes when it came to our order. Wrong things came to the table, there were drinks missing and we had to ask twice for some items. We had to cancel soup because the entrees came before it.

Ambiance: I really liked the front wall because it was made of windows, which lcontributed to the nice lighting..when it got darker, they dimmed the lights, but not too much. The place is small, and it was packed (Tuesday night).

Value: Better than a lot of Greek/Italian Restaurants around.

Overall, I would go back. Perhaps in a smaller group.

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Posh3779 Sexsmith Road, #1123, Richmond
It's okay.
Submitted Tuesday, January 15, 2008 - 5:06pm [Dine in]

Yes, I think this place is pretty good for an All-you-can-eat place, but I can't say I'm thrilled. The food is normal, but everything starts tasting the same after a while. The service wasn't that great when I went. We had to ask for bowls of rice 3 times and a couple of times for water. We also thought that the pot was way too tiny to be shared between 4 people, and it was only at the end when we realized that we could of asked for a second pot. It would of been nice if they told us that in the beginning.

They should also explain that the raw egg is supposed to be for dipping...I'm probably one of the few people who knows that..everyone else seems to crack their egg into the pot.

Overall, I guess this place is nice to go to once..but I probably won't go back for a while.

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