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burgersnwichesNew WestminsterSince June 23, 20082 Reviews
Average Rating
3.5 (3.5)
  • Food5 (5)
  • Service3 (3)
  • Value4.5 (4.5)
  • Ambiance1.5 (1.5)


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Viva Sue Pizza5059 Canada Way, Burnaby
This is how it should be
Submitted Wednesday, August 25, 2010 - 1:04pm [Dine in]

I work in New Westminster, which is the home of mostly average pizza. After many years of being bored with the same average food, I decided to venture out to the other neighboring cities to see if they offered something different. After reading the positive reviews here about Viva Sue, I figured that this would be my first stop. Wow...first time lucky...this pizza is fabulous. Perfect toppings, perfect cheese (real mozzarella), perfect crust. No need for me to check out anywhere else...I have found what I was looking for. I'm a big guy, usually a medium is a perfect fill for me. Viva Sue's pizza is so filling I had two pieces left, which is unheard of. Great value...you will not be disapointed.

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La Charcuterie Delicatessen19080 96 Ave, Surrey
Enter at own risk
Submitted Monday, June 23, 2008 - 2:20pm [Dine in]

The sandwiches here are without question, the best I've ever had. No one else even comes close. The quality of the meats and cheeses are fantastic and the bread is truly gourmet. BUT...as good as the sandwiches are, I'm not sure if having to put up with the owners' exreme level of vulgarity is worth it. In the multiple times I've been in this deli, I've never waited less than 20 minutes. Being a one man operation will slow the service down enough as it is but this service is even slower as our sandwich maker likes to pause in the middle of preparing food to tell us disturbing stories about male and female anatomy and his experiences with each. I'm not a prude, far from it, in fact some of his shtick is actually pretty funny. I just feel sorry for the elderly folks who come in to shop the fine selection of European and Scandinavian groceries and have to listen to the offensive banter taking place. So in the end, I doubt I'll be back, certainly not with my kids, but for those of you who can handle the bizarre antics, your in for the sandwich experience of a lifetime. Maybe your decision will be aided by searching Youtube for the video of the owner running around the deli, pulling his shorts down and exposing his ham(s) and salami in celebration of winning $75,000 on the lottery.

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