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garlandxBurnaby, BCSince June 17, 20082 Reviews
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3 (2.8)
  • Food4 (4)
  • Service2 (2)
  • Value3 (3)
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Paul's Sub Shop4608 Imperial St., Burnaby
The only thing good is the food
Submitted Tuesday, August 3, 2010 - 1:50pm [Dine in]

Their Sanwiches are amazing, but everything else is the absolute worse. The miserable old bag of a lady was the cashier, cook, and poor excuse for a waitor. Even though the sub was 16$, she charged me 20$ because i said "a lot of onions please". The entire time she was cooking, she was scolding me on math skills. The very last straw was when she looked at my dyed hair and pierced face and asked me if i was a school dropout, which did it for me.(despite my looks, I'm a high school honor student) I straight up told her to shut the f up, and proceeded to tell her that she was nothing but a bag of bones waiting to dry up on this earth.

Now the sanwich on the other hand, is amazing. Despite the unbelievable service, i must admit the sanwich was cooked perfectly. the veggies melting in with the cheese, the meat seasoned perfectly, and the bun grilled to perfection. It was one of the greatest sanwiches i have ever had, even though 20$ for a footlong is quite pricey. But the very fact that she would dare to talk to a customer like that has ensured that i will never return there. The only reason she started desperately apologizing was because some of my "shadier" urban friends decided to come in and say high, and she was afraid for her business.

*Note: She actually said, word for word: "If you went to school, you would not do this to me and make me ring it up again. Only a buffoon would do that."

Now think that times 10 minutes.

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Asa Sushi7608 Royal Oak Ave, Burnaby
Whats that smell?
Submitted Monday, June 16, 2008 - 11:18pm [Dine in]

Although i have had ASA sushi, i would not eat it if i had other sushi choices. I personally find there sushi not to be authentic, if you have noticed, their tuna roles are a bit to large for me. And if you don't catch them at a busy time, they don't seem to put much effort into it. They have some good deals though. Thats what lured me there, the prices. For 5$ you can get 6pc tuna roll, 6pc salmon roll,and 6pc cucumber roll. Or 2 BC rolls which are quite tasty, or 2 California rolls, which could be better, but are still not bad. For 2$ more you can get 2 delicious dynamite rolls, which could possibly be one of the best dishes there. Or even if you have $2.50 in loose change, you can get some Teri Salmon Tri, which is a fun little riceball with smoked salmon in the middle. A good deal. My conclusion is that this place is good if you want a tasty snack or a good deal, but if you want some mighty tasty sushi, go to the kimi sushi up the block.

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