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Pitt Meadows Restaurant Reviews
Four Nine North Wine Bar & Grille13615 Harris Road, Pitt Meadows
Very enjoyable
By mia of Maple Ridge (21 Reviews)
Submitted Sunday, March 15, 2009 - 3:43pm [Dine in]

A small group of us decided to stay and have dinner in the dining room at this golf club following a day long seminar one Friday. The room was fully booked at 6pm when we arrived, so the lovely Spanish manager sat us in the lounge where we had a glass of wine until they came and got us at 6:30pm.

We had a thoroughly enjoyable experience at this restaurant. Easily the most pleasant restaurant that side of the Pitt River Bridge. The complimentary amuse bouche of a fresh made spring roll was to die for. The appetizers were VERY positively reviewed by all us us, my Scallop c ourse alone was worth coming back for. The Lobster Ravioli was clearly home made, and one of our group commented that the Rack of Lamb was the best she had ever had, bar none.
For dessert, we decided to split a British Columbia cheese course and the selection of local cheeses was absolutely perfect.

The wine selections were superior to any restaurant that we have been to outside of downtown Vancouver, and the view was quite something. The prices were very reasonable for the quality delivered.

The only question that I had was why they don't advertise? Three of our group live in the area, and not one of us had ever been there for dinner previously. I assured to manager that that is about to change, and that we will be seeing them again very soon.

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Pad Thai12540 Harris Road, Unit 102, Pitt Meadows
Worst Pad Thai Anywhere
By Useful_Idiot of East Vancouver (3 Reviews)
Submitted Tuesday, March 3, 2009 - 1:11pm [Dine in]

As an ex Thai Chef, I have to say the Pad Thai at this restaurant is the worst I have ever seen, in any city. Ketchup, noodles, and Prawns do not make up any Thai dish that I have ever come across. I would not recommend this restaurant to anybody anywhere, mind you, I did only have the one dish. The service was horrible, but the ambiance was traditional and nice to listen to.

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Four Nine North Wine Bar & Grille13615 Harris Road, Pitt Meadows
Hidden gem
By richard of maple ridge (2 Reviews)
Submitted Saturday, February 21, 2009 - 1:25pm [Dine in]

I was nicely suprised to find this great restaurant tucked away at the Pitt Meadows golf club. Our server was knowlegable and attentive. After a nice complimentary amuse of onion jam on puff pastry with goat cheese, my wife had the seared scallops with bacon and creamed leeks with smoked tomato butter. They were divine, perfectly cooked and nicely presented. I had the crab cakes with celery heart salad and garlic aioli, very good indeed. We then had the rack of lamb and pan roasted chicken. Both were fantastic. We finished off a great evening with the lavender creme brulee and the chocolate pistachio pate for dessert. Both were made in house and a great way to end our meal. The wine list has a great selection of wines and the view is very nice too! Now that we know that this restaurant is here we will be comming back often.

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Firehall Bistro, The19237 122A Avenue, #104, Pitt Meadows
good job
By francesco of port coquitlam (3 Reviews)
Submitted Sunday, February 15, 2009 - 8:41pm [Dine in]

been a couple of times, and will go again with friends, the quality presentation and flavor has been vary good, it shows that there is a professional in the kitchen, the wines are very reasonaly priced and considering you don"t have to drive to vancouver this place is a jem and a bargain. The interior could be elivated to the quality of the food but otherwise, I'm a regular.

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Firehall Bistro, The19237 122A Avenue, #104, Pitt Meadows
Great little gem in Pitt Meadows
By rgroves of Pitt Meadows (1 Review)
Submitted Sunday, February 15, 2009 - 8:52am [Dine in]

Small menu but everything done well - from quality of food to presentation. Nice variety with seasonal changes. Desserts are sublime - works of art that taste divine. HIghly recommend the chef's version of a banana split. ICe cream is made on the premises.
Each time you go you will be treated to some complimentary canapes which change everytime and they give you some idea of what is ahead.
The most exceptional feature of this restaurant is the value.

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Firehall Bistro, The19237 122A Avenue, #104, Pitt Meadows
This is worth the trip
By dlishusfood of Downtown, Vancouver (30 Reviews)
Submitted Wednesday, February 4, 2009 - 8:53pm [Dine in]

OK, so Im a downtown Vancouver Foodie and very spoilt for choice....so for me and the wife to drive out to, what seems to be the middle of nowhere (A.K.A Maple Ridge) it had better be good or the drive back would not be that pleasurable. It was a great drive back! To start with we had the Lobster Bisque and the Scallops and Bacon mmmmmmmm. Delicious, perfectly prepared and presented. The bacon was a slice of pancetta lodged into the scallop - very tasty. Our mains came..I had the Pork Belly and wifey had the crispy Lobster Pasta. Neither of us wanted to share - which really says it all. Perfect and I mean perfect. The pork was soooooo tender and the portion was more than ample - but I still did not want to share! The desserts was equally as tasty...if they can just tighten up the "English Style" service it really would be top notch. Well done and we hope to drive out to the boon docks again soon!

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Firehall Bistro, The19237 122A Avenue, #104, Pitt Meadows
Refreshing Relaxing Refined
By davelynda of pitt meadows (1 Review)
Submitted Wednesday, February 4, 2009 - 3:11pm [Dine in]

It was my birthday on Monday Feb. 2 ... My husband called from work at about 4pm and said,
"Hey, don't cook, I'm going to take you out for dinner."
I said, "Awesome ! Where are we going?"
He replied, "Ah, I don't know yet ...."

He's never been a big planner. I began to search here for a new and different food experience. Unexpectedly, my search lead me back to our home town of Pitt Meadows!

I was thrilled to find this gem only minutes from our home. I read all the reviews on this site and called immediately for reservations. We arrived at 7:30 to a wonderful atmosphere, and welcoming service. Our server explained all the Chef Creations and menu items to us. Each item that we ordered lived up to it's delicious description.

My husband and I thoroughly enjoyed our evening together, which was enhanced by attentive service, good wine, and extraordinary food. We'll definitely be back with friends and family. Thanks to Gordon & Stephen for super birthday meal ... you made getting older a little easier.

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Firehall Bistro, The19237 122A Avenue, #104, Pitt Meadows
Best Kept Secret in Maple Meadows Area
By pitt_foodies of Pitt Meadows (1 Review)
Submitted Monday, January 26, 2009 - 10:41pm [Dine in]

In a word: wow. We went in tonight on a whim, a last minute anniversary outing on a Monday night, and what a find! Lovely ambiance, very intimate; reasonable prices, nice wines too; everything very fresh - nothing out of season.

Gorgeous food - we had the oven-baked sole and the lamb and both were extraordinary. The sole was light but melt-in-your-mouth creamy, and the reduced wine sauce with the lamb was to die for. And that's saying something because we're both foodies and quite particular.

If you're driving from Coquitlam, it's like ten minutes on other side of the Pitt River bridge. Easy to get to, lots of parking in the back. Definitely worth a try - and open for dinner seven nights a week (that is a real treat in Maple Meadows where everything closes Monday and Sunday).

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Akasaka Japanese Restaurant19175 122A Ave, Pitt Meadows
Little House of Japanese Food
By mojo of Vancouver (4 Reviews)
Submitted Monday, January 26, 2009 - 2:59pm [Dine in]

I have been to this restaurant several times now and I can't think of one time I was dissappointed. The location is great, easy to find and unique. The house is quite cozy with larger private rooms upstairs. The patio looks nice but I have never been seated there. The food is always extremely fresh and the portions are sized nicely. The prices are good and the service is steady. This restaurant may be in Pitt Meadows and not Vancouver but you wouldn't know it. Highly recommend to anyone looking for great Japanese food.

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Kabuki Sushi12522 Harris Road, Pitt Meadows
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By Macey of pitt meadows (1 Review)
Submitted Tuesday, January 20, 2009 - 10:57pm [Dine in]

I love the tempura at this place. The last time I went it was served cold. I mentioned it and the waitress came back and said it would take 20 minutes to make it again because they had a large order that came in. When i said that it was cold the waitress replied,"the cook said it was not." I was dissapointed, and left without tempura

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Firehall Bistro, The19237 122A Avenue, #104, Pitt Meadows
What a great find!
By SmilingLady of Coquitlam, BC (1 Review)
Submitted Monday, January 19, 2009 - 5:50pm [Dine in]

Four of us tried this restaurant out last night and were very impressed. The food was excellent, service attentive and friendly and wine list reasonably priced. There were some added touches such as a taste of the wine to ensure we made the right choice before ordering a bottle and a mini-appy served prior to our ordered salads and meals. Two of us had the chef's special lamb shank -- very tasty! We will definitely return. The quality and ambiance rival the significantly higher priced restaurants in downtown Vancouver.

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Firehall Bistro, The19237 122A Avenue, #104, Pitt Meadows
Our new favourite local restaurant
By Spinky of Maple Ridge (7 Reviews)
Submitted Sunday, January 18, 2009 - 2:54pm [Dine in]

We were sad to see the previous restaurant leave, but it has been replaced by an excellent restaurant. We've been here several times and have never been disappointed. Service and food are excellent. The menu is small but the selection is more than adequate. The wine list is descent as well. Highly recommended.

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Jolly Coachman Pub19167 Ford Road, Pitt Meadows
5 star chef at the Jolly Coachman
By marlin of maple ridge (11 Reviews)
Submitted Saturday, January 3, 2009 - 3:42pm [Dine in]

Why can't local restaurants find a chef as talented as the one at the Jolly Coachman??? The Baron of Beef Buffet is outstanding value at $9.49. Only Friday ---- 11:30 - 2pm. The food is so welled prepared & remains piping hot the entire time. The baron of beef is gigantic & offers slices from rare - well done. We had a great lunch & a leisurely visit. Nobody hasseled us. Nobody tried to push more drinks on us. Our out of country guests were impressed by the food & the service -- attentive but not cloying. We have partaken in their daily specials & always find the food so enjoyable --- especially the baby back ribs. Kudos to the Jolly Coachman for finding this gem of a chef !!!!! Certainly keeps us coming back !

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Firehall Bistro, The19237 122A Avenue, #104, Pitt Meadows
Well priced and delicious
By mojo of Vancouver (4 Reviews)
Submitted Tuesday, December 30, 2008 - 1:56pm [Dine in]

Had a nice Decmeber dinner here with a close friend. After a spot of trouble finding it because of the different signage outside we made our way in. Great ambiance and very warm and cozy. In the month of Dec. there was only one menu with three appies, mains and desserts to choose from. Was a little disappointed at first but not for long. Perfectly done. I had the lamb and she had the beef. All of the meals were just the right size and we left feeling staisfied but not stuffed. Good service and a decently priced although, small wine menu. Did not have to spend too much to get a really great dining experience. I would recomend this to anyone wanting a gourmet prepared meal without the heavy prices.

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Boston Pizza19800 Lougheed Hwy, #510, Pitt Meadows
Bad food and bad service
By hotdogboy of Vancouver (20 Reviews)
Submitted Saturday, December 27, 2008 - 4:32pm [Dine in]

This was one of my worst restaurant experiences ever. We ordered kids meals which came well after the adults meals. Service was slow and the food bad. I ordered a medium steak sandwich that came well done and was too salty to even attempt to eat. I will never come back here or to any Boston Pizza again.

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Austin Fish & Chips19180 Lougheed Hwy, Pitt Meadows
HALIBUT ---- all you can eat special!!
By marlin of maple ridge (11 Reviews)
Submitted Friday, December 12, 2008 - 12:37am [Dine in]

On Nov.6/08 we treated some out of province guests to an all you can eat halibut special. They were amazed that the halibut was every bit as outstanding as we had proclaimed. The fries are always hot & never greasy. The halibut is simply superb --- the lightest coating over a large piece of fish. The cod is prepared with exactly the same care. The coleslaw is a must. There are daily lunch specials. The food is brought promptly to the table.. The young waitress smiles often. Next time you want to score points with your guests -- just take them to Austin Fish & Chips in Pitt Meadows.

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Firehall Bistro, The19237 122A Avenue, #104, Pitt Meadows
Delicious evening at the Firehall Bistro
By mercury102 of Port Coquitlam (2 Reviews)
Submitted Thursday, December 11, 2008 - 12:52am [Dine in]

My husband and I had dinner at the Firehall Bistro tonight. It was our first time and we were pleasantly surprised by the simple yet elegant ambience and the great food. I especially liked the beef dish I had which I was told was marinated in red wine for 24 hours and then slow-roasted. It was tender and flavourful. My huband had the lamb shank which was also tasty. Although the wine list is limited the wines are quality and the prices as very reasonable. The service was friendly and attentive.

The only suggestion we made to the owners was to change the sign as it still reads "Seasons Bistro" which was the name of the previous establishment. For this reason it's a bit confusing to find for the first time. Also, a website would be helpful. Overall, this was a great dining experience and we will definitely dine there again.

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Firehall Bistro, The19237 122A Avenue, #104, Pitt Meadows
Delicious Food, Great Service
By goofball of Pitt Meadows (3 Reviews)
Submitted Tuesday, November 25, 2008 - 10:17pm [Dine in]

This was my boyfriend and my first time at the restaurant. The food was absolutely delicious! I had the lamb and it literally fell off the bone, it was so tender. Perfectly cooked! My boyfriend was cutting his beef with his fork. We had salad and dessert too and it was all so good!
Our waiter was very friendly and cheerful and made us feel very welcome. He was very attentative and funny.
It seems like a pretty high-end place but it was still a decent price. My boyfriend and I each had a three-course meal and wine and our bill came to about a hundred bucks.
All in all, we had a very lovely time and will definitely be returning often.

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Jolly Coachman Pub19167 Ford Road, Pitt Meadows
Great spot
By randy59 of Pitt Meadows (1 Review)
Submitted Friday, November 7, 2008 - 12:50pm [Dine in]

Moved to Pitt Meadows in Sept. and the Jolly Coachman has been a great spot. Good food ,great people that work there and all the sports you want. There specials are excellant and no one pressures you to eat or drink more. For my age and likes the Jolly Coachman is a true value for the dollar. I recommend this plave to all !!

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Four Nine North Wine Bar & Grille13615 Harris Road, Pitt Meadows
Surprisingly good
By luvmagrub of poco (9 Reviews)
Submitted Thursday, October 30, 2008 - 2:49pm [Dine in]

Was here last Friday night to celebrate a birthday as we didn't want to go to another chain restaurant. From the outside, the building looked like a small town city hall, and as we entered climbing up the stairs under the fluorescent lights, we were contemplating turning around. Happy we didn't though. Found the dining room at the end of the hall and although the decor certainly wasn't contemporary, everything was clean and looked appropriate to celebrate a special occassion.

Service was prompt, professional and courteous with a smile.

Menu focussed on local ingredients and was creative. Similar to what would be expected downtown, but surprising for this area! Wine list was very good with a good emphasis on BC Wines.

We were brought an amuse bouche to start - this gorgeous smooth celery root bisque served in an espresso cup. Absolutely divine. For starters we had the crab cakes and the roasted scallops which we both found to be very tasty and cooked just right. We both had the prime rib with the yorkshire pudding. The meat was perfectly done (med rare for me and medium for him), and tender. The pudding was a little drier then usual, however gravy fixed it. Came also with roasted potatoes, grilled asparagus, carrot and cherry tomatoes.

We were too full for dessert, however a complementary slice of chocolate cake was brought out to celebrate the birthday. When the reservation was booked, a birthday was never mentioned, however the waitress was paying attention to the comment that was made when the orders where placed!

Would definitely recommend this restaurant!

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