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cquacheast van, vancouverSince June 26, 20053 Reviews
Average Rating
4 (4)
  • Food4.5 (4.7)
  • Service2.5 (2.7)
  • Ambiance2 (2)


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Peaceful Restaurant532 West Broadway, Vancouver
pulled noodle heaven
Submitted Monday, December 31, 2007 - 3:53am [Dine in]

went to Sha Lin for some noodles on a cold winter's day and they were closed! luckily, we noticed a new restaurant had opened a couple of doors down which seem to offer the same northern chinese hand-drawn noodles so we gave it a shot. first of all, the place is clean, bright and new. the chairs are a step above your typical chinese join fold-up plastic. The food...oh the food. we order the peaceful beef roll which is a flaky pastry down wrapped around thin slices of beef and julienned scallions (all topped with hoisin sauce) and fried. omg, it was so good. the pastry was crispy, the beef tender and the scallions provided just the right balance of texture. we also order the chicken with hand pulled noodles in soup (with spinach, cloud's ear mushrooms) - the broth is very light and the noodles have a beautiful al dente texture. my favourite dish was the peaceful seafood fried noodle. the sauce had heat, the seafood was perfectly done and the noodles perfect. i highly recommend this place. eeek...i think it might be very well better than sha lin.

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Congee Noodle House141 E Broadway, Vancouver
fresh and varied
Submitted Sunday, June 26, 2005 - 12:04am [Dine in]

the menu is incredibly varied. we ordered the wontons which were packed with shrimp and were the best i've ever tasted. we also had the sticky rice wrap (joan), low bac go (diakon cake), congee and gai lon. everything was fantastic and the free tea flowed freely. the place was packed. oh, don't forget to order a fried donut to go with your congee. yum yum yum...

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Au Petit Cafe4851 Main Street, Vancouver
to die for
Submitted Saturday, June 25, 2005 - 11:52pm [Dine in]

if i were on death's door and had to choose one item to eat, it would be an au petit vietnamese sandwich. my personal favourite is the number 2 which comes stuffed with vietnamese ham (cha), their house rolled pork, pate, mayo and fresh cilantro, cucumber, green onions, gingered carrots and optional jalapenos. it is the perfect combination of creamy, tangy, crsipy, and soft. the service is haphazard but the food is worth the cramped quarters, line ups and indifferent service. best tip: order ahead and take out. iced coffees are divine too. no other vietnamese sandwich will do.

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