Casual Italian-Canadian fare restaurant with additional patio seating in good weather. Regular food and drink specials as well as TVs for watching big sporting events.
A family run atmosphere with generous entrees in the $9-12 range.
I had recently celebrated my birthday at Caesar's Bar and Grill. I had spoken to the staff earlier throughout the week to make sure the accommodations for my night would be perfect and this they did indeed. It was a night I'll never forget! My friends and family ordered off the menu and ordered the full meal, appetizers, dinner, and desert. They prepared every dish with such excellence and detail, my family and friends were also amazed. They took great care of their customers, with curtsey and the owner David made sure our night was going great.
I definitely recommend Caesar's for any type of occasion and for a special night out, thank you staff.
It was our first time here. Had to wait a few minutes before they seated us. Our server came by and was very 'business like' no hello, or little chit chat. Asked for our order and left.
Ambiance was really nice. We liked it. maybe a bit too dark though. There was a musician playing. It was at a great level. They should have turned the tv's off in respect to him though. I thought it was a little rude to have them on.
Larry came back with our food, and left. Did a quality check and then never returned. Great portions. The lasagna was really good but a bit on the spicy side. I had the rib dinner, it was good as well, but the ribs were cold, I didnt mention it. The vegetables that they serve with the dinner were awesome! I loved them.
Larry packed up our lasagna and a few ribs and then gave us the bill. Bill came to $33, we left $40.
We will probably go back, hopefully service is better.
I have heard from many local stevestonites about how great Caesar's Brunch is, so I thought I’d give it a try.
Honestly, I was hoping for a buffet, however when I arrived I found out quickly that they do not offer a buffet. But I decided to give it a shot anyways. I ordered their traditional eggs benedicts, my mother had the French toast and my grandpa had their spinach omelets. At first I thought the food was taking a bit too long but when the food came I realized why. The portions of our meals were very large. The benedicts and omelets came with a ton of fresh delicious fruit, and home made potatoes. The French toast was covered with slices of strawberries, bananas, and blueberries. You can tell they spent an extra few minutes to present each dish spectacularly. I guarantee you a plate like this anywhere else would be double the price. So yes to answer my question, I do think Caesars has the best brunch in town.
I have been coming to Caesars for quite some time now and I have to say it is always a pleasure. I took a glimpse at what others have written about Caesars and as someone who has worked in the industry for a long time I have a few things I’d like to say. I order their pizza almost once a week. And when I see people complaining about the price of their pizzas it makes me realize how naive some people you can be when it comes to costs of food. When you take a bite of their pizza, you know their crust is homemade and fresh. As well as the amount of products they put on their pizza is how a pizza should be made. When they say it has ham and pepperoni, you will find each item covering the entire pizza and not just spread around. Sure you can go to browns for a $14 pizza or order a pizza from dominos, but the amount of toppings you find on their pizza is equivalent to two slices at Caesars. Plus I am stuffed of a small Caesars masterpiece (my favorite) and I could easily take down a large pepperoni from Dominos.
I've been to this place twice. The only reason why I returned was because I was given a gift certificate and I felt obligated to spend it. The food isn't anything special and the service is horrific.
I get the impression that they "cut corners" wherever and whenever they can. I ordered the $17.95 roast lamb plate. The serving of lamb was just average; nothing to be impressed with. What was really sad was what it came with - 1.5 'nugget' potatoes; Greek salad that comprised ‘mostly of onions’ with a few slices of tomatoes and cucumbers; and a quarter cup of rice. I guess you just had to see it to see how pathetic it looked.
The older Asian guy pictured in their website (http://www.caesarsgrill.com/index.php) was the one that served us during this last visit. I felt him to be extremely insincere with his "customer service" - that his only goal was merely to get as much $$$ from the customer as possible. At one point during our meal, he even rolled his eyes at us when he thought we weren't looking. He even got quite defensive when I used an Entertainment Card – one of their promotions to lure in new customers.
The Entertainment Card did get us some discount off our meal but I’m definitely not going to be a repeat customer of this place. If you’re looking for a good meal in the Steveston area, there are many other places to choose from. If you’re in the mood for roast lamb, better head down to Kisamos just a couple blocks away on Moncton Street; better food, better service, better value!
I went there last night with my friends, it was awesome night everyone loved it,service was great host was very helpful he told us all the special for the day we had some appy's like crab cake,calamari it was so good, everyone was so happy because the atmosphere is so good there & everyone was so relax because they have live music there you know like Las Vegas style, now they gonna have nice Patio done, for sure me & my all friends we r going back again,the owner is so nice he goes on each tabel & makesure everyone is happy &enjoying their meals,He is doing really good,keep up the great work,i will high recommend my all friends & family to try out Caesar's
we went to dinner at caesars the other night and i was not impressed. ive been going there for years, thru the changes of a few owners and changes of the ambiance, etc. My kids and i really wanted to check out the live music, cause i really wish there was more live music around. And it was really loud, well the music was. it was actually loud enough that it was realy hard to hear the words of the singer. The service was not that good. I got an almost cold energy from our server. I was in an appy mood, so i ordered calamari and dry garlic ribs. The ribs were 10 bucks and there were six, on a little side place with a shady peice of lettuce. I coudlnt believe it. i didnt even want to share with the kids, cause there wouldnt be enough. Then i tried the calamari, it was all floury, and chewy. Tasted underdone and also so chewy. Gross. (I went out to kisamos a few days later for some good calamari). My son ordered the burger which he had there a couple weeks ago and it was way different. The patty was chewy and the top of the bun was hard enough that i heard it when i banged it up on the side of the plate. My daughter was craving hot wings, but becuase shes 10, she didnt want them that spicy. the server said he could get the kitchen to tone it down, so we tried them and they were too hot for me to eat. even covered in ranch dip. my daugthers friend ordered a plain cheese pizza which was actually the best thing at the table. i was honest with the server,when he asked me how things were. he seemed a little shocked, however took 2 things off the bill. still costed be $57 and we didnt even drink anything other than water....i will probably go back and try it again, its kind of a hit and miss thing, i guess....
New owners! Working hard to bring the place back to where it used to be. Friday night crowded, so sometimes better to make a reservation. Had to wait for almost an hour for dinner a couple of weeks ago, but with the number of people in the place versus waiters it was understandable. Food is good and with fairly large portions. We like to go with our friends. Their lamb is wonderful and I can usually get enough left overs for lunch the next day.
All the hype about new ownership and different venues canNOT help this place that really needs a complete Restaurant Makeover.
I get the feeling they're trying to emulate a "Blue Canoe" style finer dining - westcoast casual affair. They FAIL on this count as well as the live music stab.
Fresh ingredients, prepared exquisitely offering fair-value will be REQUIRED for this place to succeed. They can keep changing owners and venues but until they understand the above mission - the bad reviews will keep streamin'-IN
Good honest food with good prices. Taso the owner comes from a family of restaurateurs and provides the flair. Melissa is the head waitress worked at Cafe d' Medci so service is good. The place is full now with locals which is a good sign in a place like Steveston which has a lot of choices including two other Greek restaurants. No more cheap draft and chicken wing crowd and a good wine list fairly priced which is unusual in Steveston (price that is)