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Richmond Restaurant Reviews
Pho Lan Vietnamese Restaurant6950 No. 3 Road, Richmond
Price hike and small portions
By chopcritic of Vancouver (5 Reviews)
Submitted Thursday, August 8, 2013 - 10:54pm [Dine in]

I have been coming here for over 10 years. The pho I find has always been average, but at least it's better than most Vietnamese restaurants in Richmond. Their spring rolls are the best. But recently I have found that they keep raising their prices, but their pho portions have been getting smaller and smaller. I can understand raising prices because of inflation and cost of ingredients, but you shouldn't have to reduce the portion of your food items. I find the pho bowls have been getting smaller each time they raise their price. The portions in the pho bowls have been getting smaller too. Their pho now are $7 small, $8 medium, $9 large. It's pretty expensive even for a pho place. I remember when pho used to be $6 small, $6.50 medium, $7 Large. What happened? And even if the bowl is the right size, it's mainly broth with little pho and meat. I don't think I will be coming unless I want some spring rolls.

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Moxie's Classic Grill3233 St Edwards Dr, Richmond
Disappointed
By thylakoid of Richmond , BC (4 Reviews)
Submitted Thursday, August 8, 2013 - 9:00pm [Dine in]

Went to Moxie's with a group of friends to enjoy some good company and good food. When we entered the restaurant, the AC was blasting and the room temperature was so cold that we decided to sit on the patio outside. We were seated quickly, however, they were seriously short staffed. Our drink orders were taken, but when they arrived, the waitress could not remember who had ordered which drink, so we shuffled our drinks around. We ordered appies and they arrived after a few mins. We were left alone for a while until the waitress realized we had finished our appies and she hadn't taken our orders. We ordered and waited at least half an hour for our meals. Again, when the meals arrived, the waitress forgot who ordered what, and put random dishes in front of us. We shuffled our dishes similar to our drinks. Having been to this location several times, the food quality has deteriorated significantly. Regardless, we finished our meal and ordered dessert. Our desserts arrived along with some spoons. We were short a few spoons and had to flag someone to get a few more spoons before our ice cream melted. Both the cake and brownies were rock hard and could barely be cut. We complained and the manager agreed and removed the items from our bill. When our bill came, we had to wait 15mins for someone to find the credit card machine to take our payment. All in all, we were disappointed.

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Cafe Savoureux8368 Capstan Way, #1326, Richmond
sell triple chocolate cake from diploma bakery shop, it's not homemade by themselves!!!!
By Yura of Vancouver (Kerrisdale) (1 Review)
Submitted Saturday, August 3, 2013 - 2:30pm [Dine in]

The new owner is an old woman who told me they made their own cakes, but I saw the cakes and croissants box written "diploma" and inside was exactly the cakes I had in diploma bakery shop!!! I used to be their customer when the shop under a young male boss. Now, I don't think I will visit this cafe shop anymore. Since my seat was closed to the wet bar, I heard The new owner keep complaining their customers " they are so cheap to order only little thing and blah blah..." and turn to be happy face to the customers she just complained....I just don't like lol.

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Mui Garden Restaurant5960 Minoru Boulevard, Richmond
I will not go nor order there again
By lleu87 of Richmond , BC (2 Reviews)
Submitted Friday, August 2, 2013 - 8:55pm [Take-out]

I ordered take-out for my whole family one night over there and decided to try the Hai-Nam chicken and rice. However, I was seriously disappointed with the quantity of chicken that I received when I got home. With only 6 measly pieces of chicken (I'm not even going to bother mentioning the size of it, just look at the picture in the album. It is a picture of several chicken in a Styrofoam box), they charged me dishonestly. How can you possibly expect a customer to have faith with you if you couldn't preserve the integrity of one of your famous dishes? Were the cooks slacking off?? Were the waitresses ridiculing me just because of my age and appearance??? Nevertheless, my mother called them to complain about the order. The waitress on the other line was ridiculous in admitting that the quantity of chicken in the menu order should be 1/4 the size of the whole chicken, which is COMPLETELY NOT TRUE. How can she possibly say something that she couldn't possibly be sure of?! Just because your restaurant's policy set the standard of giving 1/4 the size of a standard chicken doesn't mean that ALL the customers would receive it. I was, for lack of a better word, going 'WTF' with the waitress' ignorance and dishonesty towards handling the situation.

Either way, there's no way that I'm going to return there. This comment will not only be posted on this website, but on all the common dining websites people go to in hopes of knowing the truth about this restaurant.

I used to like Mui Garden and would normally consider it a great place to hang out for a good meal, but after this incident, I have lost faith in it. No longer will I waste my money on such a place.

P.S. Regular, normal, and potential customers: I want you to take a look at the photo and honestly tell me: is this amount of chicken in the picture below considered to represent 1/4 the size of a standard chicken?? Do you think that you would go to a restaurant where the waitresses are

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Mui Garden Restaurant5960 Minoru Boulevard, Richmond
I will not go nor order there again
By lleu87 of Richmond , BC (2 Reviews)
Submitted Friday, August 2, 2013 - 8:48pm [Take-out]

I ordered take-out for my whole family one night over there and decided to try the Hai-Nam chicken and rice. However, I was seriously disappointed with the quantity of chicken that I received when I got home. WIth only 6 measly pieces of chicken (I'm not even going to bother mentioning the size of it, just look at the picture below), they charged me dishonestly. How can you possibly expect a customer to have faith with you if you couldn't preserve the integrity of one of your famous dishes? Were the cooks slacking off?? Were the waitresses ridiculing me just because of my age and appearance??? Nevertheless, my mother called them to complain about the order. The waitress on the other line was ridiculous in admitting that the quantity of chicken in the menu order should be 1/4 the size of the whole chicken, which is COMPLETELY NOT TRUE. How can she possibly say something that she couldn't possibly be sure of?! Just because your restaurant's policy set the standard of giving 1/4 the size of a standard chicken doesn't mean that ALL the customers would receive it. I was, for lack of a better word, going 'WTF' with the waitress' ignorance and dishonesty towards handling the situation.

Either way, there's no way that I'm going to return there. This comment will not only be posted on this website, but on all the common dining websites people go to in hopes of knowing the truth about this restaurant.

I used to like Mui Garden and would normally consider it a great place to hang out for a good meal, but after this incident, I have lost faith in it. No longer will I waste my money on such a place.

P.S. Regular, normal, and potential customers: I want you to take a look at the photo and honestly tell me: is this amount of chicken in the picture below considered to represent 1/4 the size of a standard chicken?? Do you think that you would go to a restaurant where the waitresses are

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Sushi Hachi Restaurant8888 Odlin Crescent, #1278, Richmond
Great Sashimi
By cocoeater of vancouver (323 Reviews)
Submitted Friday, August 2, 2013 - 9:38am [Dine in]

I've heard about this place via various food bloggers and reviews. It's located in a 2nd rate Asian Mall in Richmond and fronts Cambie. It's run by a husband and wife and is only open for a few hours for dinner service. It's quite small with about 25 seats. When I arrived at 6pm, they had just opened and had a few diners inside already. The menu is sushi, sashimi, some robata, rolls and a few appies. They have some cooked food but really nothing substantial in that area. They are known for their fish so ordered a few items. Sockeye sashimi - smallish portion, small pieces but cut very nicely, toro - very soft and good, sweet shrimp - very good and nice portion. Overall the sashimi was very good but as others have noted, smaller pieces, prices were on the higher side ranging from $10-$14. Tried some rolls, scallop and alaska, there were very good and a good value in the $3 range. Tried the scallop sushi which was very good, about $3 a piece. Also had the grilled geoduck, sea snail and squid. All in the $4-$6 range, geoduck was the body part, not the siphon but good to try. Overall, the fish is very fresh and if you are a sushi lover, probably a great place to go. Service is good considering only 1 server and 1 kitchen staff. Would come back for the sushi. Pricing would be in the higher spectrum.

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Sushi Hachi Restaurant8888 Odlin Crescent, #1278, Richmond
Great Sashimi
By cocoeater of vancouver (323 Reviews)
Submitted Friday, August 2, 2013 - 9:38am [Dine in]

I've heard about this place via various food bloggers and reviews. It's located in a 2nd rate Asian Mall in Richmond and fronts Cambie. It's run by a husband and wife and is only open for a few hours for dinner service. It's quite small with about 25 seats. When I arrived at 6pm, they had just opened and had a few diners inside already. The menu is sushi, sashimi, some robata, rolls and a few appies. They have some cooked food but really nothing substantial in that area. They are known for their fish so ordered a few items. Sockeye sashimi - smallish portion, small pieces but cut very nicely, toro - very soft and good, sweet shrimp - very good and nice portion. Overall the sashimi was very good but as others have noted, smaller pieces, prices were on the higher side ranging from $10-$14. Tried some rolls, scallop and alaska, there were very good and a good value in the $3 range. Tried the scallop sushi which was very good, about $3 a piece. Also had the grilled geoduck, sea snail and squid. All in the $4-$6 range, geoduck was the body part, not the siphon but good to try. Overall, the fish is very fresh and if you are a sushi lover, probably a great place to go. Service is good considering only 1 server and 1 kitchen staff. Would come back for the sushi. Pricing would be in the higher spectrum.

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Pat's Galley3900 Bayview Street, #110, Richmond
Ambiance: Local eatery
By klawww50 of cloverdale (2 Reviews)
Submitted Monday, July 22, 2013 - 8:30am [Dine in]

I've had breakfast at Pat's many times. Peter has owned this place for ages, both in the present location and on Monkton St. The food is well prepared, and Peter is very flexible when it comes to preparing things the way you would like them.
The portions are generous and the prices are very reasonable. You won't find many tourists there, mainly local people. That might tell you something.
The service is very good, Peter is attentive to his patron's needs.
This little restaurant is strictly a casual place with the relaxed atmosphere one would expect in any unpretentious local non-chain restaurant. Just the kind of place I prefer to patronize.

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Hoi Tong Chinese Seafood Restaurant8191 Westminster Highway, #160, Richmond
Over priced and small portions
By Rkempler of Richmond , BC (1 Review)
Submitted Monday, July 15, 2013 - 6:20am [Dine in]

We came to this restaurant after reading a few positive reviews. The food was nothing spectacular and the prices are outrageous. Each dish runs between $16 - $20 and portion size is small. We were a small group of four and we ordered 4 main dishes. $80.00 later we walked away hungry and very disappointed. I will not be going back and would not recommend this restaurant.

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Flying Beaver Bar & Grill4760 Inglis Drive, Richmond
Rude Service- Not Family Friendly
By TwitterTree of Vancouver (1 Review)
Submitted Sunday, July 14, 2013 - 9:00pm [Dine in]

If you think that the Flying Beaver Grill is a good place to have a bite with the kids to watch the sea planes or before catching the plane to Victoria, think again. This restaurant is merely coasting on it's view and location. Their food is mediocre and the service is horrible.
The servers were annoyed that we brought a child, were unaccommodating and downright rude.
Our server told us that my two year old son could not bring his drink into the restaurant. Fair enough- don't want competition. So I asked for one of their glasses to put the drink into. She said "no, you have to throw it away" and walked off. My son had a stomach ache and the drink was meant to sooth it. We were a long drive from home. So I ordered a small orange juice, I emphasized small and explained that it was for my son. She bought back a very tall, narrow glass of juice filled to the brim. My son immediately spilled it, of course. This set a bad tone for the rest of the meal. The servers left the soaking wet napkins used to clean up the juice on the cramped table and floor and never offered to help. Not once did they ask how our meal was or how we were doing. My son, who is normally relaxed in restaurants was restless and uncomfortable, we all felt the glares from the wait staff. I was nervous so I kept smiling at the staff and trying to get their attention... there was no kids menu and they didn't offer any half portions of food. As a family we negotiated splitting our plates instead of ordering one full order. Finally we ordered a side of yams fries and an extra piece of fish for one of our meals. The waitress served our food but forgot our son's side order of yam fries. She said she thought we cancelled it. We politely told her not to worry. When we were done we were not offered tea, coffee or dessert; we felt like they just wanted to get rid of us. To make the ending perfect, my son started crying under the stress, which triggered a barfing attack (remember I mentioned the drink to sooth his stomach, the one that the server took away?). He vomited all down the front and inside of my dress. The staff all saw this but didn't offer any help, napkins, dish clothes- nada. They just watched us impassively as we excused ourselves to go to the bathroom in embarrassment.
To give them some credit, the food was good. And the servers all looked glamorous. Maybe they should spend less time looking good, and more time treating their customers with some care and attention. The long drive home in a hot car in a barfy dress was unbearable. What's the ending of this tale? One day these gorgeous girls will have kids of their own and karma will have it's sweet way with them.

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Koho Restaurant and Bar3211 Grant McConachie Way, C3330, Richmond
Mediocre options in YVR before security
By thecritic of Vancouver (375 Reviews)
Submitted Friday, July 5, 2013 - 4:07pm [Dine in]

There are only a handful of restaurants located before the security checkpoints at YVR and Koho is one of them. The food is mediocre. For whatever reason, I felt like a thai curry rice bowl with chicken and it was OK.

The service was pretty good though; they were very friendly. We got some free samples of Granville Island beer so that was good.

I wouldn't recommend eating at Koho unless you are at YVR and not going passed the security checkpoint.

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Ajijiman Hanabi4151 Hazelbridge Way, #3050, Richmond
One time visit only
By Eric_Eric.Voss37Voss37 of west avncouver (3 Reviews)
Submitted Thursday, July 4, 2013 - 12:47pm [Dine in]

This place is always dead! Stay away from this place, they claim to have their $1.99 special with any orders from Monday to Friday and its all a 'LIE", we tried to order their tempura and plus their special, the cashier refused to honour their special. Their Tempura are so oily and their yakisoba is the worst I have ever experienced. Save your money and go to Leung Kee next door, much better food and better value. worst experience ever!!!! I am telling all my friends to stay away from this place.

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Charthouse Restaurant3866 Bayview St., #200, Richmond
Last time I visit this place ....
By davidglil of Vancouver (2 Reviews)
Submitted Thursday, July 4, 2013 - 12:54am [Dine in]

Over the past 7 years I used to visit this restaurant on a monthly basis just to watch what was once a nice classy reasonably priced restaurant turn into a 'tourist trap' with sub standard food and service.
The only good thing that is still left of this place is the view to the Steveston fisherman's wharf.

Last time I was there ( after a long absence), I took some family and friends visiting from out of town that were interested in eating good fish dishes to what I described as a great fish place that with nice views of Steveston wharf.
To my embarrassment, the menu was poor in selections and pricy. The portions served were small and mediocre in quality ad taste. Top that with a very loud and aggressive Chinese waitress that did everything in her power to push us to order the more expensive entrees and you can understand the source of my shame.

The following day we tried the Blue Canoe restaurant just bellow the Chart house,folks, if it is Fish and sea food you desire, skip the Chart House and save yourself the stair climb and had directly to Blue Canoe which is just bellow the Chart house.

As I said, this was last time at the Chart House ... so sad.

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ABC HK Cafe4151 Hazelbridge Way, Unit 2972, Richmond
So much potential
By applepie of Burnaby (129 Reviews)
Submitted Tuesday, July 2, 2013 - 5:20pm [Dine in]

This restaurant is very nicely decorated, spacious and comfortable, a great place to meet up with friends or have a nice casual meal with family. It also seems very well-managed. They offer a good sized menu, with some items not as commonly found in other similar places. I ordered the ever popular fish noodle soup where you pick your soup base, type of noodles and choice of ingredients. I have ordered this at quite a few HK style cafes and I must say this is the worst I've had. The lobster soup had this awful fishy smell and the ingredients have no taste. It's not that they were skimping on ingredients. They were actually fresh and of good quality. They just don't know how to cook, I guess. What a waste! Why would anyone invest so much in the place, the management, the ingredients, and not find somebody who can cook? It is just too bad. It has so much potential, but nothing makes up for bad food, unfortunately.

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Grille, The8400 No. 6 Rd, Richmond
Bad service... again
By Won't eat here again of Vancouver (Cambie) (1 Review)
Submitted Thursday, June 20, 2013 - 7:47pm [Dine in]

We arrived at 5:20 on a Thursday night, restaurant was not busy, we were seated in the lounge area. No other diners, but the bar was busy.
got a waitress to take our order around 5:35.
We ordered a simple burger and a salad... not that complicated or much time needed to prepare and cook.
At 6:05 I asked when our meal was coming- he told us that the kitchen was busy with 2 large parties - when I asked why that affected us getting our dinner, I was snottily told that they were in first so everyone else had to wait until they were served. He came back to say our meal was coming right up and 15 minutes after that the meal finally arrived. We managed to eat some of the meal, but with it being mediocre at best, we just lost our appetite
You know, I don't mind waiting, but tell me what it happening, offer us some fresh hot water or a refill, and let me know what we can expect and do it professionally, tactfully and with the feeling that you appreciate my business.
Not one person apologized, no one person took the time to be sincere and I am disappointed again in Country Meadows.
The food was average... nothing amazing, not even of a par quality really. Just ok.
We should have left after the first uncaring, snotty waiter instead of waiting for the mediocre food that finally arrived.

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Cactus Club Cafe5500 No. 3 Road, Richmond
Just Lost Themselves 12 Customers
By relativelygruntled of Vancouver (Fairview) (2 Reviews)
Submitted Thursday, June 20, 2013 - 10:30am [Dine in]

One of my coworkers is getting married later in June, and so we decided to all pitch in and take her someplace nice as kind of a work "bachelorette" party. Being that we work so close by, Cactus Club seemed the natural choice. We made a reservation for 15 people (only about 12 came) and went.

We were seated right away, no issues there. The drinks were a little slow, but when you go out with 12 people, you expect a little more of a delay. My issues started with their so-called "gluten-friendly" menu. So many restaurants out there go above and beyond to accommodate gluten intolerance. Cactus Club is not one of them. Who wants chicken teriyaki without the sauce? Or a burger with no bun? Or... and this is the best one: Fish tacos with no tortillas! I ordered the jambalaya rice bowl with no green beans, as this is how the gluten-free menu says to order it. Another celiac at my table ordered a burger with no bun, and a very sad looking thing it was. When I got my order, I was very disappointed. There were two dry little lumps of chicken, three tiny shrimp, and I thought that they didn't put any sausage on it at all, until closer inspection revealed a few tiny shreds of sausage, barely bigger than the brown rice it was served on. The vegetables were obviously from one of those frozen veggie mixes you buy at Safeway. It was bland, and hardly had any flavour.

I wish I could say that my jambalaya was the worst part of the night. However, it was good in comparison with the service we received. One of the servers spilled a large, wine-based beverage onto one of my coworkers and all over the table. Normally, when accidents happen, a simple apology will go a long way. This server not only didn't apologize, she had the utter nerve to get mad at the table for requesting some help from the staff in cleaning up the mess. She literally threw a few paper napkins down in the middle of the table and stalked off in a huff. Meanwhile, red wine and fruit juice was streaming all over the table, falling on the floor and into laps, and soaked the chair my coworker was sitting in. Were it not for her propensity to wear black clothing, her entire outfit would have been ruined. We requested more napkins or a damp cloth or something, and were basically given a sneer, so at this point we asked to speak to the manager. 20 minutes later, someone came out who may have been the manager but never introduced herself as such, which makes me think they just called whoever. Fortunately, this new girl brought a damp cloth and someone with a mop. Still no apology though! My coworker never received an apology, just attitude.

Also, my supervisor did not receive her meal (a burger) when the rest of the food came out, and had to sit for 15 minutes while the rest of us ate. She insisted we start so that our food wouldn't get cold. The reason? The server said "Oh, I forgot about you," and never put her order in.

In summary, the food was bland, the portions were small and overpriced, and the service was abominable. The attitude of this Cactus Club is "We Don't Care" and it shows. Maybe, instead of hiring physically attractive but inexperienced and self-absorbed servers, they should hire people who actually care about providing quality service. Cactus Club has been trying to go upmarket, but they don't realize yet that you can't just raise your prices, shrink your portions, put some fancy curtains up and call yourselves upmarket. Fine dining is about exquisite food and exemplary service, the latter especially. If you expect people to pay, you must provide an experience that makes the customer feel special. I know that 12 of us were made to feel like nothing more than inconveniences and annoyances due to the actions of the staff, and we will not be returning. Not only that, we have already warned others away and will continue to do so. There are too many good restaurants in this area to waste time on Cactus Club, attractive waitresses notwithstanding. If I wanted to see cleavage and butt, I'd go to the beach. I don't need to see it while I eat.

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Kisamos Greek Taverna3420 Moncton Street, Richmond
Best Greek in town!
By ron_whome of Vancouer (3 Reviews)
Submitted Monday, June 17, 2013 - 9:41am [Dine in]

Been to all the major Greek Restaurants in the lower mainland and I would have to say that in terms of taste and quality of the meal, Kisamos is my favorite. Their Kalamari is SO tender and their Roast Lamb is amazing.
Now, being a bit of a food critic, I have had moments at the restaurant where the food quality didn't meet my expectation. But that happens. I don't base my reviews on the bad moments. As for service, its a hit and miss along with the ambiance. Not sure why the service level goes up and down, but the food generally is what I am there for. Otherwise, this is my place to go when I want Greek!

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Sandwich Tree13986 Cambie Road, #213, Richmond
great bfast &lunch!
By tobler0ne of Burnaby (1 Review)
Submitted Monday, June 17, 2013 - 9:05am [Dine in]

working in the area, i've been growing sick of the same mcdonalds and ikea food.. and at the right time, this awesome place opens up! (under new management)
the new owners are very friendly and the food is amazing. Must Try out their hot food speicals!!

the price is kinda ridiculously cheap.. but i've got no complaints about that :D

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Steveston Seafood House3951 Moncton Street, Richmond
Great wine pairings on set menu
By VJB of abbotsford (171 Reviews)
Submitted Sunday, June 16, 2013 - 9:15am [Dine in]

We went to Steveston Seafood for our anniversary last evening. The room could possibly use a bit of updating but it was clean and comfortable. There was nice music playing in the background that was well suited to the room, it was not loud, you could talk to your companion and it just added to the ambiance nicely.

Our server was good, not exceptional but she was very nice. Hot bread was brought to the table very quickly. I decided on the 4 course meal special for $38.00 with wine pairings for an additional $24.00. My husband decided to order off the regular menu and share my appetizer and dessert with me. For an appetizer I decided on the mussels. The wine that was served was a pinot gris. The mussels were supposed to be steamed with tomatoes, wine and garlic. The tomatoes were non existent. The mussels while very tasty were a ridiculously small portion – there were only 7 mussels. I know it’s an appetizer but I’ve never had such a small serving of mussels before. For my next course I had the chowder. It was decent but it had a very starchy texture and it did not have much of a flavor of seafood or fish to it. This was served with a Chardonnay. My husband had the roasted beet salad with pecans and goat cheese. It was very good. For entrees I had halibut with grilled tomatoes, rice and carrots. The halibut was perfectly cooked and very tasty. It was accompanied with a glass of pinot gris. My husband had the miso glazed sablefish. This was the best course of the evening. It was nice and moist and the miso added great flavor to the fish. We shared a dessert of deep apple pie with ice cream. It was very good but it was different as it was not a traditional pie crust. It was more like a thin sponge cake underneath apple slices. Very good but not what I was expecting. The dessert wine served with this was very good as it had a taste of apples. The wine pairings really complemented the food very well. The pairings brought out the flavors of the different courses. All the wines were good BC wines, Red Rooster, Burrowing Owl etc. The total bill with 2 glasses of wine, salad and entrée for my husband and the 4 course dinner with wine pairings for myself was $146.00 with tip. It was good value for the money. The 4 course menu is very good value. With exception of the chowder and the small serving of mussels the food was very good. I would return but I wouldn’t make a special trip to go for dinner.

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Zia's Cafe & Grill13700 Mayfield Place, #1133, Richmond
Definitely The Best In The Area !!!!!!!!!!
By Stevejames of Richmond B.C (1 Review)
Submitted Saturday, June 15, 2013 - 10:23pm [Dine in]

A true hidden gem. A limited menu but the food is excellent everytime. Easily the best soup I ever had. There is a bit of a wait at lunch as there are lineups at times. Yes its that good. Daily specials do sell out so make sure you arrive early. Never tried it but they offer a three egg bacon breakfast wrap on 2 tortillas for only $5.50 so the prices are very good. They do cater for small and large groups from 5 to 500 or more with long enough notice.

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