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AnzuLangleySince March 21, 20084 Reviews
Average Rating
3.5 (3.7)
  • Food3.5 (3.5)
  • Service3.5 (3.3)
  • Value4 (4)
  • Ambiance3.5 (3.5)


Displaying 1 - 4 of 4 Reviews Found
Ninja Sushi Japanese Restaurant19475 Fraser Highway, Surrey
Addicted to Ninja
Submitted Tuesday, August 4, 2009 - 11:35pm [Dine in]

My partner and I are weekly customers at Ninja and have introduced most of our friends to this restaurant which we consider to have the best sushi in Langley. Most impressive is the wide variety of items on Ninja's menu including Ahi poke and "special rolls"; a welcome change from the usual California rolls and Teriyaki dinner boxes at most local sushi restaurants. The restaurant is Korean owned and operated so there are some unique twists like chojang sauce drizzled over rolls or stirred into Hwe Dup Bap (sashimi and seasonal greens rice bowl), one of my favourites.

The staff are always friendly and greet us with big smiles. If you pick-up an order they will give you a California cone to satiate your belly until you get home with your food. The ambiance is nice, the place is always clean and there are some private tables. The prices are a bit higher than average but I think it is worth it for the quality of food. Service is attentive. In all the times I have been to Ninja I only once had an issue, an order of gomae was partially frozen, but they quickly replaced it with a properly chilled order. The food is always delicious and it's easy to get carried away gorging. Once you try Ninja Sushi don't be surprised if you start craving it on a regular basis like we do.

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Galini Greek Kouzina & Grill19475 Fraser Hwy, #101, Surrey
Pleases Everyone
Submitted Friday, March 21, 2008 - 11:40am [Dine in]

Galini’s has a lively, warm atmosphere and the servers are very down-to-earth and friendly. I like the way the restaurant is broken into sections; this adds to the warmth and atmosphere of the place. There is something for everyone on the menu and portion sizes are large; you will not leave this restaurant hungry! I’ve been to Galini’s numerous times and given certificates as gifts to friends and family. I haven’t heard one negative comment about Galini’s from anyone yet. There is ample selection and the food is delicious and of high quality. When my parents were visiting from the interior I took them here and they were very impressed such that they still reminisce about the experience to this day. It’s always a pleasant dining experience.

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Best Thai Food Restaraunt5744 Glover Road, Langley
Looks Can Be Deceiving
Submitted Friday, March 21, 2008 - 11:06am [Dine in]

Why is this place so quiet!? After driving by this restaurant a few times, questioning the food that lay behind the odd windowless exterior, my curiosity got the best of me and I checked it out. I’ve dined here twice now and been delighted each time. The last time we dined here we were the only diners and the other time there were only two other tables of diners. The interior is tastefully decorated Thai style and the cheerful yellow walls help counter the effect the lack of windows has upon the atmosphere.

Being a quiet place, I naturally expected that the food would be reheated and sitting around, lacking freshness but on the contrary the dishes are filled with crisp fresh veggies and ample meat/seafood! I’ve been to Thailand and even took a Thai cooking class there so I have an idea of what real Thai food should taste like and this place is great. Super yummy and the prices are very reasonable for the quantity and quality of food you receive. Like the other reviewer, my partner and I order extra and take it home for lunch the next day. I love the placemats that have pictures of spices used in Thai cooking and their properties.

The staff are very nice and service is prompt. They seem to do a lot of take-out. Please check this restaurant out because I really want them to stay open and they’re a refreshing change from the multitude of franchise restaurants in Langley.

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Tropika1128 Robson Street, Vancouver
Disappointing Lunch
Submitted Friday, March 21, 2008 - 10:37am [Dine in]

When it was announced that we were going to Tropika for a farewell lunch for one of my colleagues, I was a bit apprehensive because I did not have fond memories of the food from a dining experience a few years ago. I ordered off the lunch menu and vegetarian options were very limited although there is a large selection of meat/seafood items to choose from. As other reviewers have mentioned, the décor is stylish and the atmosphere is nice.

I ordered the Teochow Fried Rice which was described as fried rice with gai lan, pickled vegetables and egg. Everyone else in my party had received their dishes and was dining for about 10 minutes before we had to remind the server about my missing dish. He promptly delivered it but I tried to hide my disappointment when the plate set before me was just a huge pile of rice with little chunks of green gai lan stem sprinkled sporadically throughout. I searched and could not find pickled vegetables and the chunks of egg were few and far between. Considering this dish was $10.95 I felt ripped off; very poor value. I could have gone to any mall food court and had the same thing for $4. The other diners in my party were quite pleased with their selections which I sampled; tasty but on the greasy side. Your satisfaction with the food will likely depend on what you order so be careful. Banana Leaf is more authentic and better value than this restaurant.

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