What a GREAT surprise to us! We were in the neighbourhood and thought we would give it a try - very glad we did. What an unusual location, but do not let that put you off.
We were there for lunch, and we were the fourth table. The restaurant is small - only with about 5 tables. This is literally a one-man (the chef owner) show. He greeted customers walking in, took orders, made teas, prepared food, cleaned tables, and checked on the customers. I was initially worried that it might take forever to get the food since there was only him doing everything, and I had to say I under-estimated this capable man - he was friendly, organized and efficient, and handled all the tasks meticulously without looking stressed at all.
However, the true reason for the five stars is not that - it was the food. We are ramen lovers, so we need to try the ramen for sure. We had the regular ramen - Shoyu (soy-based). The broth was clear and tasty, and made with fresh ingredients - classic good Shoyu ramen. While I enjoyed Shoyu ramen while in Japan, I stopped ordering Shoyu ramen in North America because they just did not taste as good. This one is the first one that I thought it tasted like what I had in Japan. Noodle was cooked right too.
We had to try other things for our first-time visit. I also had the Tonkatsu (deep-fried breaded pork chop) sandwich, with half California roll. Tonkatsu was thick - crispy on the outside, and juicy + cooked through inside. Even the California roll was excellent - I did not remember the last time I thought California roll was good.
In summary, the chef owner took pride in his culinary delivery. Everything was done with quality in mind.
Since we were the last table for lunch, the chef owner came to talk to us afterwards. We shared our high opinions about his food, and he told us that the article he posted near the entrance was a real famous food magazine in Japan. We could not read Japanese, and he told us that he was covered and recommended by the renown food critics in Tokyo, Yamamoto, who connected the filmmaker of Jiro Dreams of Sushi to Jiro. His specialty is his ramen and gyoza, and he made other things to a gourmet standard. If it passes his high standard, I will say it is more than good enough for most of us.
No question we will be back and can't wait to try the gyozas next time!
Sure this place has great food but the service wasn't up it's standard we waited for an hour and then they yelled back at us. Most of the staff are slow and food comes out even slower. I'd prefer the restaurant beside this place. The food quality isn't the delicacy of it's state. Presentation don't get me started on it.the only thing the as I would suggest would be it's tea.... nothing more
A Japanese all you can eat lunch for $10.00 is unheard of in Vancouver as our cost of living is relatively high for a North American city. Izumiya is a giant Japanese supermarket right off the main No.3 Road in Richmond where you can eat authentic sushi from their fresh food section or dine in their sit-down buffet area. We decided to opt for the buffet as we were starving and ended up stuffing ourselves full! Service was pretty much nonexistent but you can’t really expect much from a buffet. Sitting time is one hour.
Ebi Fry (6/7)
This was made extremely well and we were lucky since we managed to sit down when a fresh tray of ebi fry came in. Ebi fry is basically a prawn tempura, but crispier due to the use of panko (Japanese bread crumbs). Even though the prawns were on the small side, the panko crust was made perfectly and we ended up gorging a few every time we went up!
Spicy Chicken Wing (5.75/7)
These were massive chicken wings that included the drumsticks as well. The sauce was spicy enough that it didn’t overpower the sauce itself but rather complement it. We enjoyed them but they were a bit messy to eat.
We tried a variety of sushi rolls including: California roll, dynamite roll, tamago, and the Inari tofu puff. The sushi was fairly good considering we only paid $10 for the buffet while a pack of sushi would be $4.50 at the fresh food section. The dynamite roll was probably the best one out of the selection.
This classic Japanese appetizer was made a bit too heavy, as the sesame sauce definitely weighed down the spinach too much. It was fairly tasty, but not of high quality.
Salmon Rice (4.75/7)
This was plain but fairly good. It wasn’t very salty and was generously loaded with salmon chunks.
The takoyaki (octopus dough balls) bar was quite interesting as there were several condiments and toppings to put onto the takoyaki. The takoyaki itself was quite cold, which pretty much ruined the entire dish.
Beef Teriyaki (5.75/7)
This was surprisingly good as we didn’t expect too much from this dish since the appearance was quite unappetizing.
Chocolate Soft Ice Cream (6.25/7)
This chocolate ice cream is very unique as it is in between a gelato and a sorbet made into a soft serve format. The ice cream isn’t very creamy nor sweet, but eating it was extremely refreshing and cleansed our palates at the end of the meal.
These cheesecake squares were quite tasty but we believe that they came from Costco.
Cream puffs (5.75/7)
These cream puffs were from Costco as well and they were just as delicious!
If you’re hungry and not a food snob, Izumiya’s buffet is definitely worth a try! At $10, you could always just have a large salad and top it off with their delicious ebi fry! Diana said she wouldn’t come back, but Gabriel will end up here again in a few months just to eat their ebi fry, sushi, spicy wings, and ice cream!
My husband and I regularly go to Gudrun and have sampled most things on their menu. The food is consistently excellent and the soups are so good that even if I don't feel like soup I order it just to see what their chef has come up with. It's been open now for a few years and we avoided going (sadly, and wrongly) for quite some time because I kept thinking "hmmm, charcuterie -- I'm hungrier than that,' but there's always a couple more dinner-ish items on offer. The wine and beer selection is fantastic, the room is hip without being unfriendly, and the owner is a sweetheart who deserves to thrive in this spot for a long, long time. A really nice addition to Steveston.
We ordered a simple meal of fish & chips, and shepherd's pie, with two beverages.
The service was prompt and friendly, the food was warm and enjoyable.
The decor seems to have been face lifted since we were last here.
The restaurant features an ice-cream bar with many different offerings. Although we did not order any ice cream, ther was a steady queue of patrons, so it's probably pretty good.
I have been here several times actually. The first few times I found the food to be phenominally fantastic, but the last couple of times it was ok to good (but not great)
I came in September of 2012 (so yeah, this year) with 2 friends. One friend ordered the Chicken Cassorole, another friend ordered the Spinach Dip and I ordered a double hamburger, chicken strips and a cranberry juice.
My friend shared her Spinach dip with all of us....It wasn't that great. and my friend who ordered the chicken cassorole said it was good, but NOT worth the $14 that she paid, and for some reason my double burger was not really that great (but not bad) The chicken strips were a dissapointment however (I would seriously rather go to 7 - Eleven and just buy chicken strips there) and my cranberry juice was almost $4 and non-refillable.
Anyhow, because of the Groupon deal, we decided to come back tonight and give this place another try with a friend of mine. I ordered a chicken wings appetizer, a double hamburger and a coke. My friend ordered a Spaghetti and meat balls entree.
Our waitress was VERY friendly, but it took FOREVER for our food to come. First came my appetizer of wings. I got 10 pieces of wings...They were good, but regular price was $10.89 (think that is just a little too steep, but suppose alot of restaurants charge that) but in all fairness, they did taste good.
Then came our main courses. My friend said that his spaghetti and meat balls tasted good, but the meat balls were too salty. My burger was pretty good and had good flavour. I think the fries though were still good were not as good as they used to be. Oh, and fries are re-fillable
So our meal regular price turned out to be $47.55 minus $40 for the groupon, but plus $20 that I previously paid TOTAL $27.55
So to pay $27.55 total for all that food really wasn't a bad deal.
However, if I were paying regular price, I would compare this place to Knight and Day restaurant or maybe even Denny's but a fancier version of it.
I would come back here once in awhile at regular prices, but with the groupon it really is a great deal (How can you argue $20 off your meal)
What a huge mistake it was to come to this restaurant. Purchased a groupon now (only valid on that day) deal. After we had been seated, the hostess/waitress said "Oh you have a groupon." You're supposed to make a reservation but since you're already here we wouldn't ask you to leave.
We ordered water and she kept asking if we wanted other drinks (3 times) We had to keep sayng no.
It took 40 minutes for the food to arrive after we placed our order. The restaurant was not busy at all.
After the waitress placed the food down, she said sorry it took so long but this is why you need to make a reservation. How can she be serious!? There were only 4 other tables in the restaurant to serve.
The restaurant is dated and getting old. There is a strange musty dam smell mixed with air freshener smell.
Food was not good. Prices ranged from 11.99-14.99 for food that seemed to be reheated from the freezer .
The Chicken Pot Pie was mostly sauce with a few tiny pieces of chicken. The puff pastry on top was so hard and not as I expected. The side caesar salad was okay.
The meatloaf had 2 large pieces of loaf with some broccoli and sliced carrots. The kids enjoyed this.
The spaghetti and meatballs was not good, Very small amount of noodles covering 3 large overbaked meatballs.
Kids chicken strips and fries was standard
The bill came to 58.00. After tax and tip and groupon, we ended up paying a total cost of $45 for mediocre food.
There is a reason this restaurant is not busy. We won't be back.
Was here for a family dinner. Ordered lobster and crab. The crab did not come with crackers to crack the shell, nor did the kitchen crack it for us, what was worse was that the crab was raw! They refused to do anything about it. It took about 30 minutes for arguing with the restaurant owner whom was a mainlander chinese woman who didn't speak a word of English. They would not take the dish back, cancel it, or did they let us exchange it for anything else. It was the worst dining experience ever. How could a restaurant serve you raw crab and not do anything about it or let you exchange it for anything else?. It was the worst dining experience I have ever had in Canada.
A good cheesecake always ends off a dinner that did not go to well or didn’t fill you up. After leaving Chop Steakhouse & Bar, we still felt like we could indulge ourselves for the holidays so we decided to head over to Yavis Club Cafe for their delectable cheesecakes. Yavis is usually quite empty until 9pm, and then suddenly their tables fill magically fill up and by 10pm, a line up would form! This is a simple establishment with plain décor and probably 25 seats or so. The majority of their cakes are mousse cheesecakes or glacier cheesecakes (frozen cheesecakes), but they also have a variety of parfaits, cakes, and more! The desserts are priced from $5.50 - $6.50 which is fairly reasonable, and if you add $2.75, you can make it a “combo” where you get a drink of your choice!
Blueberry Cheesecake (5.5/7)
This was fairly light and tasted like blueberry yoghurt. The texture was quite good and we enjoyed it very much.
Matcha Cheesecake (5/7)
The matcha wasn’t strong enough but we suppose that they made it weaker because some people cannot stand the strong bitter taste of matcha. Countless visits before, this dessert was particularly delicious! Now that the matcha has been waned, we’re not sure if weI’ll ever order this again.
Lavender cheesecake (5.5/7)
This is an extremely interesting cake as we’ve never tried any food with a lavender taste before. We’ve had lavender drinks such as lattes and teas, but never before have we eaten a lavender dessert! Anyways, it was very soapy and flowery, but I suppose some people would enjoy that? The consistency of this cake was a lot thicker than the other cheesecakes which made it very filling though!
Chocolate Lava Cake (6.5/7)
Yavis probably makes one of the best chocolate lava cakes! Even though they’re well known for their cheesecakes, the lava cake seemed like the star dish of the night. The crust was perfectly baked as it was crunchy on the outside and velvety smooth and soft on the inside. The oozing chocolate lava was tantalizing and made a great combination with their vanilla ice cream!
White Romance (Original Cheesecake) 4.5/7
This wasn’t up to par. Their original white romance cake just tasted like a plain cheesecake that was falling apart. It honestly wasn’t thick enough and nobody really enjoyed it. We ended up leaving a bit behind.
Rainbow After Dark (6/7)
This is a very interesting cake! It is comprised of five different layers of their glacier cheesecakes, which gives us a chance to try various flavours. Their glacier cheesecakes are quite hard to dig into, so we had to wait a while before our forks would actually go through. There was definitely chocolate, matcha, and mango in the mixture, but we don’t really remember the rest! If you like hard and cold desserts, you should definitely try this one!
Overall, Yavis is a great place to chill and talk with friends late at night. It opens really late at night and their prices are fairly reasonable. Their hot teas as great as well!
In the core of Richmond, hidden within the city’s bustling streets, is where Man Ri Sung has established itself as the Korean-North Chinese restaurant that serves a wide variety of dishes from both countries. The chef’s self-proclaimed specialty dish is the Beijing Style Peking Duck meal that comes with a few Korean dishes. The restaurant itself does not stand out as a particularly nice one, but the friendly staff did accommodate us quite well. One thing that did bother me was how unclean the bathrooms looked.
Beijing Style Peking Duck (5.5/7)
We haven’t had this type of Peking duck for quite a while as we normally eat the Hong Kong style peking duck which only includes the crisp duck skin. We really enjoyed the shaved green onions which definitely enhanced the flavour of the tender meat wrap. However, there weren’t enough pancakes so we had to order another plate for $2.
Seafood Pancake - $13.99 (4.5/7)
This was a typical Korean seafood pancake with chives, shrimp, octopus and etc. We’ve had a lot better elsewhere.
Boiled Dumplings (10 pcs) - $6.99 (4/7)
These were plain steamed Chinese dumplings with a vinegar based sauce. Nothing more to say.
Pan Fried Potato Noodles (Japchae) - $8.99 (S)/$12.99 (L) (5/7)
The Japchae was surprisingly tender and flavourful with the various vegetables complementing it. There wasn’t meat in this dish and it wasn’t very aesthetically pleasing. However, the taste was authentic and everybody was quite satisfied.
Korean BBQ LA - $15.99 (5.5/7)
These were absolutely delicious! We usually order these when we go to eat at Korean BBQ restaurants but of course, the chef produces a better tasting product. As the waitress set down the hot plate, the tantalizing smell quickly induced our hunger and we chowed down!
Duck & Homemade noodle Hotpot (5.5/7)
This interesting hotpot was comprised of the leftover duck meat and bones, handmade Chinese noodles, vegetables, and a duck broth. The soup was quite flavourful and you could tell that the chef prepared it from scratch and not from an MSG base. The noodles had an interesting shape and texture which suited the soft duck meat perfectly.
The combo we ordered was the Duck dinner for 6. ($98.95) It came with the peking duck, a choice of dumplings or japchae, a seafood pancake, BBQ LA ribs, and the duck hotpot. We ordered japchae on the side. (There were 8 of us in total).
This is a Japanese shaved ice dessert with a twist. Instead of using pure ice blocks, they combine the ice with milk and fruit concentrates! We ordered the strawberry romance which is essentially shaved strawberry iced with strawberry ice cream and fresh strawberries. This was a great treat but not as good as their matcha dessert!
We walked into Italian Tomato at approximately 5:52pm today (a Saturday night) and the restaurant was strangely quiet. We were greeted by a bubbly waitress who informed us that ALL the tables were booked and we would have to sit at the bar (note: make reservations even if you’re going as a party of 2, or expect to be seated at the bar and having the bartender play the role of your server). Quite surprised, we were reluctant to stay but eventually gave each other approving glances and accepted her offer. To be completely honest, Gabriel has been to this establishment a few times; perhaps a few too many times. Himself, along with his friends, probably come here once or twice a year because we usually forget about our past experiences eating at Italian Tomato. It’s always the same: We start off extremely hungry, chow down the first few delicious bites, and then eventually fill up before half of the plates are gone! If you haven’t heard about Italian Tomato yet, their portions are absolutely massive! One plate of pasta could easily feed three people but because of the minimum table charge, most people order one pasta dish each.
Complementary Bread (3.75/7)
The bread is simply just a cold baguette served with cold butter. When you try to spread the butter on, you end up with a layer of something that resembles cottage cheese. We ended up dipping the bread in the meat sauce later to make it more edible.
Mezza Luna with Linguine - $18.95 (3.75/7)
(diced chicken breast, bacon in a garlic cream sauce)
This rating may be a bit harsh, but compared to other Italian restaurants such as Cin Cin, Italian Kitchen, and Zefferelli’s, this honestly was not very good. The thick and heavy Alfredo sauce made the entire dish way too dense and it seemed like half a pound of butter was used. The linguine was still a bit chewy, as if they tried to cook it al dente but took it out way too early. While there were a few pieces of chicken (quite dry), it was hard to find any of the bacon at all.
Veneziana with Gnocchi (add $4 for gnocchi) - $17.95 (3.5)
(spicy Italian sausage, diced chicken breast, garlic in spicy tomato sauce)
The gnocchi itself was mediocre but the sauce and meat did not really live up to our expectations. We’ve had much better elsewhere and probably won’t be ordering this ever again. The sauce to pasta ratio was not up to par as there was an unnecessarily excessive amount of sauce, which totally drenched the entire dish.
The overall service was just OK. The bartender was a bit awkward and it took us a while to flag down a waiter. Diana isn’t coming here ever again. Gabriel might though.
Walking into a densely packed restaurant is not something you want to do unless it is worth the craving. On the contrary, would entering an empty restaurant give you the opposite feeling? Today, we strolled into “HML Seafood Restaurant” on No.3 Road in Richmond and were surprised by the half vacant seating they had at around lunch time. Now, HML is obviously not a high-end restaurant, nor a nice one, but I would categorize it as a higher-end budget friendly Chinese joint. The venue itself is decorated quite nicely, but you can tell that the utensils and tableware have worn quite old. There is no tea charge at HML, and it is 20% off dim sum every single day.
After several minutes of contemplation, we quickly decided on six favorite dishes which are musts when ordering dim sum.
金粟帶子腸粉 Steamed Rice Rolls with Scallop - $4.95 (4.5/7)
The noodle roll was soft, chewy, and cooked to perfection (though not many restaurants can screw this dish up). While the tender scallops complemented the dish impeccably, the unmentioned corn kernels did not.
Steamed Rice Rolls Stuffed with Chinese Donut Topped with Shredded Pork - $4.95 (5.25/7)
This was probably our favorite dish. The tangy Hoisen (Seafood) Sauce definitely suited the delicious combination of the tender rice noodle wrap and savoury deep fried bread. It was dusted on top with pork floss, which is a processed dried meat product with a light and fluffy texture.
Steamed Turnip Cake with Preserved Meat - $3.95 (5.5/7)
**No picture as we were way too excited to try it that we dived in and before you know it, it was all gone**
Normally we would order fried turnip cake (served with Hoisen Sauce) or stir-fry XO Sauce turnip cake, but we decided to try something new today. The dish was pleasantly oil free with a nice aroma of green onions and dried meat. Though plain, it is definitely something that we will reorder.
明月樓水晶蝦餃皇 Superior Steamed Shrimp Dumplings - $4.25 (5/7)
These plump dumplings taste especially good when you dip them in the sweet soy sauce provided with the Rice Noodle Roll dishes. The dumplings at HML tasted pretty much the same as the ones that you can get at Fisherman’s Terrace (Aberdeen) or Shi-Art (Richmond Centre), so we were quite content with them. The size of the dumplings were on the bigger side and the dumpling skin’s thickness was just right.
御厨流沙飽 Steamed Custard Bun - $3.95 (5/7)
When it came down to dessert, we really had to ruminate before ordering. Dim sum offers a plethora of delectable desserts which makes it extremely hard to choose. Contemplating between the egg custard tarts and the egg yolk custard buns, we finally decided with the buns because of the cold weather. The steamed bun itself was fresh and moist while the filling was nice and viscous. Our favorite part about this dessert was that it was not too sweet at all!
酥皮白麻蓉焗布甸 Baked Tapioca Pudding Stuffed with Sesame Paste - $3.75 (4.75/7)
This is a classic Chinese dessert shrunk down to dim sum sized portion. The top is covered by a baked pineapple bun crust while the inside is comprised of a thick gooey tapioca pudding with a tantalizing sesame paste at the bottom. As much as this is one of our favorite desserts, HML simply did not make it well enough. I must admit that it was delicious, but we have had much better elsewhere.
That concludes our short dim sum lunch! The bill ended up coming to $26 after tax and tip. We walked out extremely full and reasonably satisfied. It would be worthwhile to accentuate that the majority of the staff here do not speak English. Thankfully, they do have an English/Chinese scantron type of ordering sheet where you can tick off the dishes you want and simply hand it to the server.
Bug in the vinagar rude manager who laughed at us after complaining, and over priced food would never go back there again.. The servers are very nice but for how many they have in there service is slow. Pasta was almost 20 dollars the quaility of food is not worth the prices.
I went to this all-you-can-eat hot pot restaurant for dinner on Dec 15th, 2012. Since most all you can eat restaurants will charge for wasting food, so we placed 3-4 orders. However, when we got our bill, there is a 12% gratuity on top of the total amount.As our experience, gratuity is normally only added to the bill when there is a larger group of people. And more importantly, it should be notified to the customer before the dinner or on the menu. So we asked the waitress, her first answer was "You guys don't need to pay tips then". We then said"no, we need an explanation on that". Then she went to the kitchen and come back, THREW a menu to us and speak rudely"you guys look at the menu yourself, it's because you ordered too many times". Then we looked at the menu, it says “wasting food will be charged 15%, and ordering too many times will be charged 12%”, if 3 times is too many, it means we have to make sure we order the food only once and it has to be the right amount of food we will eventually have. In additional, we find out the amounts of gratuity and HST are different even though they are both 12% because the restaurant included gratuity when calculating HST. But when we tried to ask that, the waitress was like “Come on, it is only dozens of cents, you guys so cheap? it's the problem in the computer you guys can't blame me”.When we tried to take picture of the bill, she took away the bill and then gave us another bill without gratuity and said "took it off now, you guys pay the tips then". We were like"We are not going to pay the tips for that kind of service". Her reply was "What, you guys not going to pay tips, which restaurant you went that does not need to pay tips?" We were like "Tips is based on the service, for this kind of service, of course we do not need to pay tips"Finally, we decide to ask to talk with the manager/owner, then the answer we got was "MY MANAGER DOES NOT WANT TO COME OUT". I have to say, I would never expect this kind of service ever exists in North America.
The best all you can eat Chinese I have ever been too and I have been to alot. No need to go anywhere else tho. The price is right. Great price with plenty to eat. What else could you ask for. If you want higher quality sushi...then go pay more for it and STOP complaining.Sushi is raw fish and here they have it all salmon, halibut and even tuna. Take girlfriends and price is right.
Took a girlfriend to impress her and now she wants to go back all the time. Food and service top notched. Appetisers great. Try the garlic bread. House salad dressing the best I've ever tasted. rib and steak dishes superb. Highly recommended. Keg and their staff really know how to welcome you.No cutie waitresses but I bring my own and she is impressed. Wine is expensive tho.
Unlike the previous diner our party of 14 had a great time. Everyone took advantage of the 3 course deal. Basically order a starter and a main and get a dessert. No complaints on the mains and special kudos to the sable fish and rib eye steaks. The soup appetizer was a little skimpy for a $7.00 item. Can't speak to any other appies but sometimes size matters. Service was outstanding. All 3 courses were brought out at the same time ensuring all were eating together. Water glasses were replenished constantly. Free parking. Liked it and will return to try the sable fish.
Saboten is one of the specialty places to eat at in the Aberdeen food court, and their Tonkatsu definitely gives high end Japanese restaurants a run for their money. I ordered the tenderloin curry set, first of all because I like Japanese curry, and secondly, it's called tender-loin. The set was a little on the expensive side compared to others in the same food court, mainly because it doesn't come with a drink, but comes with miso soup and cabbage salad.
The curry sauce was delicious, it was a little salty, because it was meant to be mixed with rice and tonkatsu and not meant to be eaten alone.. The curry was thick and rich with flavor. It went very well with the rice and fried tenderloin.
The tenderloin was very crispy on the outside. The batter they used was a combination of soft and crispy, it didn't have an exceptional crunch. If you just leave the batter in your mouth, it will melt. I like that soft feeling of the batter, which doesn't hurt the inside of your mouth when you bite into it.
The tenderloin itself was very....tender. I didn't have difficulty when I bit into the meat, it was juicy, but not greasy, and chewy which I enjoyed very much. Definitely one of the best deep fried porkchops I have tasted in a while.
1. Try the sandwich! I didn't get a chance to, but I will be going back to do so. I don't remember the name of it, but they sell out pretty fast and they only make very little each day.
2. Eat the salad with your set. Surprisingly, the cabbage that comes is very fresh and refreshing, compared to some dry and brown veggies you get at other places. The vinegar dressing goes along well with the cabbage and serves as a good appetizer.
Saboten is in a foodcourt, so I'm not going to rate the service and ambiance. But the food is great and value is good, even though it's a little pricier than it's counterparts in the foodcourt.
Let's make this quick, like dining at Banzai.
The food, not so great but mainly due to inconsistency. You won't get stale food or anything bizarre, it's mainly a little too much mushiness, or unfrozen sashimi. Nothing that would make you sick or kill you. Sometimes I think it's pretty okay when it comes to taste or flavor.
The price, awesome. You get every penny's worth, and possibly more. A sushi roll can cost just around $3, and it's a huge roll. Could it be that they haven't read the paper or have been out of the store? Do they not understand inflation? Is that why the prices are maintained at the level it was at 10 years ago? Just joking. I admire them providing decent food at extremely low prices. Even more admirable is that they keep the place clean. If I were running Banzai, I would say, "You expect service and cleaning? We charge you half of what others do. You're lucky there's a roof."
Kudos to Banzai.
|2.||Ninkazu Japanese Restaurant|
|5.||Kyung Bok Palace|
|7.||Blue Canoe Waterfront Restaurant|
|8.||No. 9 Restaurant|
|10.||Thai House Restaurant|
|11.||Steveston Pizza Co.|
|12.||Kisamos Greek Taverna|
|13.||Guu in Aberdeen|
|15.||Yokohama Japanese Restaurant|
|16.||Shanghai River Restaurant|
|17.||Buffet at River Rock, The|
|19.||Shanghai Wonderful Restaurant|
|1.||Steveston Pizza Co.|
|3.||Kirin Seafood Restaurant|
|4.||Pho 99 Vietnamese Noodle House|
|5.||Sushi Hachi Restaurant|
|6.||Ninkazu Japanese Restaurant|
|7.||Ichiro Japanese Restaurant|
|8.||American Grille Restaurant|
|9.||Jade Seafood Restaurant|
|10.||Seto Japanese Restaurant|
|11.||Thai House Restaurant|
|14.||Chen's Shanghai Kitchen|
|19.||Cattle Hot Pot Restaurant|