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akuBurnabySince March 1, 20063 Reviews
Average Rating
5 (5)
  • Food5 (5)
  • Service3.5 (3.7)
  • Ambiance3 (3)


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Blue Stone Grill4501 North Road, #220, Burnaby
Submitted Tuesday, March 13, 2007 - 6:21pm [Dine in]

Great food, great price, and excellent service! The restaurant just recently opened like 2 months ago. And already I have been there 3 times! I highly recommend it.

This is an excellent BBQ restaurant. The meat is very fresh and the choicest cuts. The side dishes taste great as well. Once you sit down, you'll notice the BBQ grill is a marble stone.

In the middle of the table, there is a large rectangular marble slab, it is almost dark blue or green in color, and is heated by a gas stove underneath.

If you manage the temperature properly, you'll find the meat does not stick as much to the stone as the other conventional cooking surfaces. Another bonus is your clothes will have less of the aromatic BBQ smell afterwards. :) There is also a complimentary apron you can wear when cooking.

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House of Tofu Soup4563 North Road, #1&2, Burnaby
It's amazing
Submitted Wednesday, March 1, 2006 - 12:59am [Dine in]

This soup rocks! Not only do you get a choice of meat for your soup, you choose the level of spicyness also. But don't go for Mild spice, it's got no bite at all. Instead go with Regular, it has similar kick to kimchi. I highly recommend the bulgogee and mantukkee also. One word of caution: don't order too much.

Keep in mind each order of soup comes with customary side dishes, like kimchi, and a bowl of rice. You can ask for complimentary refills on the side dishes. If you still craving carbs, you can have some crispy rice in barley tea. The steamed rice is cooked in stone pots; some rice will crisp along the bottom of the pot. What the server will do is pour some tea into the pot and leave it for you. Kimchi goes well with the rice crisps. A bite of kimchi, a spoonful of crisps. Mmmmm, yummy... :)

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Sushi Garden4635 Kingsway, Burnaby
Fresh is best
Submitted Wednesday, March 1, 2006 - 12:43am [Dine in]

This is one of the best sushi restaurants in the Lower Mainland. The sushi rolls and sashimi slices are large and fresh. The tempura is superb as well.

As other posters have said, it gets really busy at times. It's not unusual to see lineups outside the door. Even if you make a reservation, don't expect to get seated right away. But because the place is busy, you know the food is fresh. Give Sushi Garden a try today! :)

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