I used to frequent Milestone's very often, but over the last couple years have seen that their prices have sky rocketed.....
I used to go to a Milestone's every year for my birthday (Last year was the last time for birthday since alot of us find their food pricy....Decided to go to Boston Pizza this year (Thats expensive too, but)
Anyways, before being seated; I went to use the Washroom....not much pressure out of the sink.....whatever water came out was probably just a bit warmer than the Atlantic ocean was the night the Titanic sank.....I let a manager know....Hopefully they fixed it
Anyways; I went back to my date.....I ordered....I ordered a double cheeseburger with extra fries....and my date had just a single with extra fries.....The truth is; that the burger was fantastic.....I did pay $6 extra for a double patty (used to be $4) and the burger alone used to be cheaper...basically used to pay $15 for a double....now a single is $15.75.....burger is delicious, but find it expensive.
The service was great though....we liked out waitress. When we got the bill though, we saw we got charged $10 for two extra fries....I was shocked....I know I asked for extra, but didn't expect to pay that much. I brought that concern up to the waitress who spoke with her manager and they took it off the bill...so that made us happy.
Truth is, it is a bit expensive for what it is, but the food is above average from our regular Red Robin and White Spot (Just don't order extra fries) and the ambiance is great. I am no longer a regular at Milestone's, but it is great to come for special occasions (such as my date for Valentine's) and even birthdays are good; but then my friends have to pay beyond their means so ditched it this year and probably will continue to.....but for those other special occasions.....you can't go wrong with Milestone's....Just not for casual dining anymore
I honestly keep forgetting this place is here. It's a very nice restaurant that I love to go to with my family ..., when I remember it's there. It's really rather tucked away beside an insurance office and veterinarian clinic. It has a very nice cosy ambience and the food is very well done for a small community Japanese restaurant. Presentation is very nice and I feel the quality is quite high. The staff are very welcoming and hard working. Now that I've written this review I'm going to make it more of a priority to come here more often since it really is a great little place within walking distance to my home.
As I waited for my Frappucino, the woman behind the counter said "hello" in a tone of voice that sounded like I wasn't wanted there. An elderly man walked past me, though the door and into the kitchen. He quickly emerged, and my Frap was served. I think it was tainted. This place is creepy.
Next day, thinking maybe I was just being overly sensitive, I was served by whom I presume was the manager. She was filling out some kind of form and seemed put out by having to serve me. Her "thank you" was uttered in frosty tones that made her sound like someone who shouldn't be working retail.
The place is out of control. Head Office will hear of this.
Wife and I and two Guests arrived at 5:00PM to a half full house.
The Only Male Server in the Restaurant was assigned to or table.
He was curtius and made great Gestured that he would tale care of us ROYALLY.
After he took our orders (Fish n Chips X4 ) he disapeared for a VERY LONG TIME.
He told us the slow service was the fault of the Kitchen.
I asked for more (endless fries) Fries as soon as possible.
I finished my dinner before the (over cooked) fries arrived......He again advised it was the Kitchens Fault.
I was quite embarased at the whole thing.......................... We invited new residents to the area......and this "FLAG SHIP" of THE PANTRY group let us down FULLY.
I better restate this... ONE TERRIBLE WAITER/SERVER loused up our evening to the point I really don't think I will be returning to The Pantry.
Everytime we go in the music is way to loud. They definitely need to lower it. It would be nice to here and talk to the person your with normally instead of yelling at them. Also the food is ALWAYS cold no matter what we order. Good food but it would be nice to eat hot. Boneless chicken, potatoes skins, etc.staff are a bit slow at times, gets frustrating when you see its not busy. Manager super nice though. Wish he could improve on these things especially having hot food :)
Heard from a friend that there is a new south Indian place in surrey, so decided to check it out. Ordered idli samba and Vada samba, they both tasted really good. The main dish that I ordered was the chicken dum biryani, which was absolutely amazing and tasted like the real Hyderabadi biryani you would find in south India. Definitely going back to try the dosas next time.
I've been to The Pantry a number of times over the years for sure. I just have to keep remembering; that there is a reason why there are so few patrons in a restaurant like this.
Taste wise the food isn't bad. A friend of mine and I were going to actually go to Knight and Day, but another friend of ours who works near Guildford started work at 4:00, so we decided to go somewhere close to see him as well.
The service was as one would expect, but the food, even though decent.....WAY OVER PRICED. I started with a $10.49 order of chicken strips.....5 small pieces (7-Eleven can do better than that) I honestly was insulted and asked the waitress if the kitchen made a mistake.....she said that was the way it actually is. I regret not telling the waitress to take the order back and that I refuse to pay for such a thing.....for entree I had a double burger and fries. The burger was ok, the fries were probably bought from some super market frozen section.
One of my friends had clam chowder and said there was more bacon than clams.....and it was way over priced.
The waitress was ok. but never asked how our food was, and even when we paid the host....nothing.
There is a reason why people don't come here and the place is almost empty. Hopefully I will remember
This place is a complete joke. We have preordered a birthday cake for our 12yo niece's birthday party. They forgot to fill an order for a birthday cake, did not have the ingredients to make it, but eventually agreed to buy some supplies to make it last minute and promised that resulting cake will look as close as what was ordered possible. They said they were missing strawberry puree, but went and bought strawberries. One clerk said the puree is also mixed into the inside of the cake and thus was an important ingredient. When the cake was picked up, it looked nothing like what was ordered. Original cake is covered with strawberries. Cake received has a thin layer of jam like sauce on top and that was it. The inside has no hint of strawberry puree either. There was not one slice of strawberry on the cake. Birthday cake message was incomplete so I asked the guy that was there to add what was missing. What was added on afterwards was utterly horrible. So I told him to at least put some pieces of strawberries on top so that it would somewhat resemble what it should look like and cover the horrible icing writing. We only took away the cake because we had no choice as we cannot return to the birthday party empty handed. The guy at the store did apologize but emphasized that they went out just to get fresh ingredients so that they can make this cake today, just for me. Needless to say, I was speechless and was in disbelief. This is the worst experience I've had with any orders I have made.
I go often and some of my favorites are Oyster Motoyaki, green salad, gomae, Prawn Tempura, Salmon Sashimi, avacado rolls and cones. I'd also recomend the crunchy dynamite roll. I do agree with one of the other posters that the mayo does overpower in flavour and it wouldn't hurt to request a bit less.
This is a very appropriately named restaurant in Crescent Beach. The outside looks like an old cabin that you would find in the forest somewhere. The inside was nice and cozy and it felt like we were enjoying dinner at someone’s home. I heard someone at another table mention that it used to be the Beecher Street Café.
We had an entertainment coupon providing us with a 25% discount but even without the coupon we found the prices to be very reasonable for the quality of the food. The most expensive entrée was the special of the day – a Cajun halibut for $29.00. Desserts were $8.00. I forget the price of the appetizers but they were also very reasonably priced. The service provided by our waitress Courtney was very good. The restaurant was packed but she still topped up our wine once and checked to be sure everything was okay. For an appetizer we shared an order of calamari with tzatziki sauce. The serving was very generous and the calamari was tender and nicely seasoned. For entrees my husband had the pork tenderloin. It was moist and very flavourful. I had the beef short ribs. They were so tender and the sauce that accompanied it was terrific. Both entrees came with garlic mashed potatoes, zucchini and carrots. The vegetables were very well cooked and complimented the meat very well. We shared a chocolate peanut butter pie for dessert and it was delicious. My husband just loved it. With the entertainment coupon providing a 25% discount on food our dinner with shared appetizer and dessert, 2 entrees, a bottle of wine and tip was $96.00. Without the entertainment coupon our dinner would have cost us $96.00 + tip. It was good value for the money and we enjoyed the evening tremendously.
I highly recommend The Cabin for a nice casual meal in a cozy environment with good food and service.
It was a bit pricey but I'd definitely pay for quality. This food is delicious and authentically Thai. I have been back again and again. And will continue to visit this awesome restaurant. They messed up my pick up order once and I called them. They apologized and fixed it right away. That's great customer service.
Its such a nice family pizzeria. Food is delicious and its very cozy inside. We loved everything about this place and definitely will come back.We highly recommend their pizza, crust is just perfect, salad was very good too. Its under new ownership and they do great job. Want to try lasagna next time.
Went with a buddy, He had 4 flavours of taco (Canitas, Carne Asada, Pollo, Birria) I had a Carnitas Taco and Torta Ahogada.
The service was quick, quiet and friendly. The restaurant was clean and interesting (it is a store for Mexican products as well as a restaurant)
We both decided we will have to return and try more of the menu on another night.
i Been here plenty of times. Very tasty and delicious.
I've gotten their kebab plates, butter chicken, and rice plates.
They are always really nice and accommodating to substitutions.
i think they always make fresh items at a time that why so tasty i love there food
i am addicted staff also so friendly
Went there for dim sum and ordered some items off the menu as they don't have push carts there. Waited over an hour for congee and some deep fried wontons. The congee came warm, like it had been sitting there forgotten. Also we made reservations by phone at 11am, got there at 10:55am and said they didn't have our name on the list. Had to wait an hour to get seated. In total spent almost 3 hours at the restaurant just to have lunch. Will never go back
I came here late afternoon today with two friends of mine. When we entered it was like we had been back to the 80's (but every thing was updated) we were seated immediately. the waitress was VERY pleasant and chatted with us....after awhile, she took our orders.
I originally wanted to get a cheeseburger (Surprise surprise) but decided instead to get a lasange with extra cheese and a cesar salad. one of my friends got a indian curry dish, and the other one got a cheeseburger with fries. We didn't wait too long for our food.
I must say that it was impressive, the lasange was large for the price (and tasted good) my friends burger was home made as well as the fries (never tried any , but I know it was delicious just by looking at it) and I don't like curry dishes, but the other guy reported that it was good. the food was very good and the price was low, so we were happy. The waitress came again, cleared our table and again had a pleasant conversation with her. She was the best waitress I have ever had anywhere I have eaten. I know that a waitress must make some small talk with customers; but she actually seemed interested; and we could tell that she wasn't just being nice because it was her job......certainly made us feel very welcomed.
We definitely will be back.....
First off what part of it's in Surrey didn't I get? We just stopped in when driving through surrey. Omg it was the absolute worst most disgusting pub food I've ever had. The wings were VILE. Bruschetta tasteless. Veggie spring rolls just about made my husband puke. Paid over $100 for 3 people with drinks and couldn't get out of there and surrey fast enough. Do not ever go there, I'm serious.
When I first heard this pizzeria opened in the Morgan Crossing area, I decided to order a pizza for pick-up to give it a try. I tried the large Cavoletti and Siciliana pizza. The lady on the phone line taking my order was extremely unpleasant and rude, and had quite a hard time understanding my order. When I took the pizzas home, they were just as bad as the service I got. Both of them were horrendous -- they had burnt, thin, and flimsy crusts, and the toppings were scarce and falling all over the pizza. I decided to give it another go a few months later, hoping it would have improved by then, but unfortunately I received the exact same results. Overall, Famoso Neapolitan Pizzeria was an extremely unpleasant experience and I highly recommend stopping by Classic O.P. Pizza or Little Caesar's if you're looking for much better pizza in the area.
Went out here with my husband for lunch a while back. We had previously been shopping at the Semiahmoo mall and noticed this place nearby while walking in search for a place to eat. We were seated immediately upon arrival. I had the small house noodle soup, and my husband had the large. We also ordered a side of spring rolls. The food arrived very quickly. The soup was a little salty for my taste, but enjoyable nonetheless.The noodles were stable and had a good texture, and the beef was very well done. The spring rolls were crispy, hot and just the right taste. The only problem I had was that the small soup was much less in size than the large, but a much smaller difference regarding the price. Despite that being so, the meal didn't seem too pricey. Not cheap, but not expensive either. The environment was very clean and pleasant; the tables were constantly being kept clean by the waitresses and the decorations are nice to look at. The next time I have a chance to stop by here, I'd love to try the Cambodian cuisine. Overall, in my opinion, River Mekong is the best place to stop for pho in the South Surrey neighbourhood.
We received no ginger or wasabi with any of the sashimi or rolls and the gomae was a pitiful portion.
Most egregious was the sashimi: far too old to serve. Except for the tuna on the assorted sashimi plate, all the pieces smelled awful and tasted worse. The entire wild salmon sashimi plate was beyond its expiration.
We will never return.
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