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Dragon Lord Cafe

6181 Fraser Street
Vancouver, BC V5W3A1
Tel: (604) 301-0281 Order Online
Neighbourhood: Sunset

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HK Style Restaurant on Fraser Street
By aquadl of Vancouver (44 Reviews)
Submitted Sunday, October 21, 2012 - 10:24am [Dine in]

Having walked past this establishment 1 a couple of weeks ago, we finally decided to give this place a try.

First impressions on walking in were that the restaurant looked very well kept. I spoke with the friendly waitress and ask her if they were newly opened (looks very clean), she said that they have been open for approx one year. Clean restaurant usually equates to clean kitchen.

We (2 adults & 2 kids) sat down at one of the booths. Menus came quickly and hot tea also.

The kids first questions was, "Is there WiFi here?" They brought the iTouchs with them. They quickly located a ShawOpen signal. We logged in .... voila ... WiFi is alive.

We ordered 3 items:
(1) Beef Brisket with flat noodles - very substantial and flavour was good !
(2) House Fried Noodles - lots of seafood, veggies and meats on top of chrispy noodles - good size !!
(3) Fish Fillet on Creamy Corn Sauce - We always have this selection at other HK Style Cafes and used this as a benchmark. I would say that this meets the mark, lots of rice, big chunks of fish and lots of cream corm.

Included with each selection was a hot drink. We chose 2 Horlicks and one Ying Yeung. The trio arrived hot and not sweetened. Glad that we could adjust the amount of sugar in each drink.

We have more than enough to chow down on, even brought some leftovers home !!

They also had a wide screen TV showing Chinese programming.

As an FYI, it is Cash Only Establishment, which more and more HK Style restaurants are doing these days. I guess every percentage counts towards the profits.

Cost was approx $8.50 for each of the noodle and rice dishes and $6.95 for the soup bowl.

It was a very rainy and miserable night in Vancouver, even that did not stop the patrons from coming in.

Did not use the W/C, so cannot rate it.

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