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ApeofGodVancouverSince June 13, 20066 Reviews
Average Rating
3 (3)
  • Food2.5 (2.7)
  • Service3 (3)
  • Ambiance3 (3)


Displaying 1 - 6 of 6 Reviews Found
Kimono Japanese Restaurant869 Hornby Street, Vancouver
Look elsewhere
Submitted Thursday, July 27, 2006 - 8:29pm [Dine in]

So they just opened up next door to where I live so I decided to check them out and have to say I was seriously unimpressed.

I don't want to be overly rude, but upon arriving my girlfriend said it smelled like a pet store, and sure enough, she was right; it was like a hamster cage... though oddly enough didn't smell in the back where sat; or we just got used to it, I don't know which.

The service was friendly enough, but oddly sporadic on checking in with us, but I really can't blame them for not being able to read our minds, though it took a while to get the check after our table was cleared.

Also, this was just a mistake, but sort of ticked me off, is I was drinking sprite and another waitress came by and asked to fill up my water(my sprite was half full) I said no, she must have miss heard me and filled my glass with water and then walked off after I tried to tell her that was a mistake.

I had the beef teriyaki which was solid, but my girlfriend had the Alaskan rolls which she said used smoked salmon and was very disgusting; she'll never return there again.

So yeah, it's an odd place, I think it may time to get into the swing of things, but since this is downtown there are at least 4 better sushi places I can think of within a few blocks to go to other then here.

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Nat's New York Pizzeria1080 Denman St., Vancouver
Submitted Friday, July 7, 2006 - 9:09pm [Dine in]

I ordered some delivery and have to say was very underwhelmed. It took over 30 minutes to deliver(I live less then 5 blocks away) which I attributed to them making it fresh, but when I got it I got the sorriest looking pizza I think I've ever seen.

The taste was alright, but it was cold by the time I got it and I really the toppings were small and few.

I might not know what real "New York Pizza" is like, but if this is it, I don't want to be too familiar with it. The only thing I've had to come close to new york pizza was the big NewYorker from Pizza Hut and I have to say that tasted better and was loaded with toppings compared to this.

Truely this just continues my dissapointment with Vancouver pizza...

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Lucy Mae Brown862 Richards Street, Vancouver
Snob Central
Submitted Tuesday, July 4, 2006 - 12:29pm [Dine in]

I went here with my girlfriend and I know it was a little snobby before going, but the pretentious level in this place was just a little more then unsettling.

Our waitress was decent and nice though, so kudos to her, however the reception we got at the door and the bar were less then friendly and the attitude was text book snobbish.

We decided only to have a few drinks, which were decent and some desert, which I have to say was over priced and absolutely vile.

I think it's a solid place to go with some friend and have a drink with the nice atmosphere, maybe even an appetizer, but I suppose if you fit into my “class” you may find the pretentious attitude more then a little rude and annoying.

Because of that, I'll never return.

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Kirin Mandarin Restaurant1172 Alberni Street, Vancouver
Will Return
Submitted Monday, July 3, 2006 - 10:51pm [Dine in]

Went there today for dinner and have to say was seriously impressed with the service, in fact it's the best service I've had in a Vancouver resteraunt.

The food was extremely fresh, the taste wasn't to die over for me, but just with the service and freshness I was impressed.

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On On Wonton House5640 Kingsway, Burnaby
Good Delivery
Submitted Monday, July 3, 2006 - 4:20pm [Dine in]

Order from On On all the time in delivery. It may not be "real Chinese" food but it's the best I have come across for my pallete.

Good price, solid delivery, usually. Went in one day and didn't really like it as a resteraunt, so I'd recommend delivery.

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Cardero's1583 Coal Harbour Quay, Vancouver
Submitted Tuesday, June 13, 2006 - 1:38pm [Dine in]

I heard a lot of good things so thought I'd check it out last Saturday. It was a little too busy for my liking, but what bar isn't downtown on Saturday?

When I got there there was three hostesses configuring something for what seemed like Nasa and totally ignored me for a good 5 minutes until they were done, finally I got to get ona list for a table on the patio and had to go wait in the lounge...which was amazingly cramped, with people and the fact that every table is like 12inches apart.

So after half a drink and a retarded system of bell ringing and flag hoisting to tell me my table is ready I got to wait another 5 minutes for the actual table.

Got there, the ambiance was nice outside but again, the tables were packed together like a feed trough, I could hear the conversation of the people on either side of me and behind me, at one point everyone was just listening to each others conversations from the tables across from them.... really kind of a dissapointment actually, would be great if they would remove a few tables and space the remaining ones evenly.

The steak was tastey but not fantastic, it's something I'd fined at Malones for cheaper and larger helping. My friend had the oyster burger... "o.k" was the reply.

Apparently the lunch menu is getter, not sure. Seems like an alright place but nothing what I read or heard about. I'd say it's "O.K" but with the prices and cramped space it seems just a little bit annoying to try again.

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