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eun.singVan Area, CanadaSince October 27, 20123 Reviews
Average Rating
3.5 (3.3)
  • Food3.5 (3.3)
  • Service3.5 (3.3)
  • Value3.5 (3.7)
  • Ambiance3 (3)


Displaying 1 - 3 of 3 Reviews Found
Dae Bak Bon Ga1323 Robson Street, #201, Vancouver
Popular Korean spot
Submitted Saturday, October 27, 2012 - 7:46am [Dine in]

Among the many Korean restaurants on Robson, Dae Bak Bon Ga offers the most variety of selections, from hot pot, BBQ, noodles, rice and soup. I've been here on numerous occasions and I have always left satisfied.

I just love the amount of appetizers you get with every meal. And they taste good too! Don't be afraid to order more because they get eaten quick!

My usual order is the Gam Ja Tang. They have many varations of soup (clear soup, chicken, tofu, kimchi, etc) but I find the pork bone soup to be the most consistently good. The bim bim bap is not served in a stone bowl, but rather in a plastic one. Disappointing. My mother would not like it. The sizzling plate (with your choice of spicy pork, chicken, beef) is always a good choice.

My friends ordered the Korean style bacon BBQ for 2. In the menu picture, it looked appetizing, but in reality. It came with lettuce and kimchee. Korean and Canadian girls are happy.

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Joey550 Lougheed Highway, Coquitlam
Love but aaaaahhhh
Submitted Saturday, October 27, 2012 - 7:35am [Dine in]

Perhaps it was the Friday dinner hour or it was because we weren't ensconced away in a cozy little booth on the perimeter of the restaurant but we were hit on. Oh no my nightmare. Just a group of girls enjoying food, atmosphere and drinks and these guys approach us and start being sleazy acting cool. Some of us are single but we have more brains than be charmed by idiots that are probably oversized egos.

Back to my review. On to the menu. Prices are slightly inflated here for what it is, especially for some of their regular entrees, but overall it is pretty reasonable. Joey seems to have a salad lovers following and a friend had the Chicken Salad and really seemed to enjoy it. It looked pretty substantial but I'm not really a salad-for-an-entire-meal kind of girl.

As soon as I saw the Lobster and cheeese Sandwich, I started salivating. Oh yes please! I think there were Spring greens, cranberries, feta and a light dressing next to it (not 100% sure now). Good complement to the cheese. And oh what a cheese it was. Not cheap here though.

. I'll wipe the drool off my face now as I sit here recalling the savoury goodness of yesterday's dinner.

I've given this Joey a 4 stars... simply on the merit of this dinner (and the service was decent never mind the idiots). I can't speak for anything else on the menu but what I can say is that I will be returning for the variety and waitresses good service. In the near future.

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Reef, The1018 Commercial Drive, Vancouver
Needs scrub
Submitted Saturday, October 27, 2012 - 7:25am [Dine in]

Reef is a West Indian/Caribbean/Indian restaurant.
These guys are known for their roti I guess.
This place is a bit messy. I probably wouldn't eat anything from here again.
This place seems to attracta a lot of curious customers. Lets put it this way, if I say at work I am going to get roti, a couple of people will ask what it is like and they have heard of it and are curious.
The price is not cheap. You can get 2 roti and 2 balls for $24.75 (including tax).
I saw people ask for for other than roti, which but I wouldn't try it. Their beef patties are okay, nothing fantastic. I guess. They need a scrub.

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