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infinitimeVancouverSince August 20, 200723 Reviews
Average Rating
2.5 (2.4)
  • Food3 (2.8)
  • Service2.5 (2.4)
  • Value2 (1.9)
  • Ambiance2.5 (2.7)


Displaying 21 - 23 of 23 Reviews Found
Thai Terrace2872 West Broadway, Vancouver
You're there for the food, not the ambiance!
Submitted Monday, August 20, 2007 - 12:54pm [Dine in]

A regular haunt for us, and the food has always been very good. This is mainly a take-out place, so don't expect too much by way of ambiance. The kitchen is an "open-style", so you can see the chefs cooking your meals. I generally feel more comfortable seeing what is going on in the kitchen, and this one appears to be in good order. Overall, the experience is positive, and the prices are very reasonable.

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Death By Chocolate818 Burrard St, Vancouver
Chronically understaffed
Submitted Monday, August 20, 2007 - 12:52pm [Dine in]

We went there on Saturday night with a small party of 4. Despite positive experiences in the past, our visit was less then stellar. The entire place of approximately 40 guests were served by two waitresses. The service was slow, the tea was lukewarm, and the desserts in small portions, even if the quality was decent. Overall, a rather underwhelming experience. Next time I'll buy a chocolate cake from Safeway.

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Yaletown Brewing Co1111 Mainland St., Vancouver
Lousy food coupled with poor service
Submitted Monday, August 20, 2007 - 12:47pm [Dine in]

This was a restaurant which we frequented regularly in the past. I've noticed however that quality of both the food and service have deteriorated considerably over the course of the last year. Last night, we were greeted by a surly hostess, who's manners can only be characterized as displaying a not-too-subtle contempt for the patrons. She was rude, curt, and simply lacking the level of professionalism expected of someone in the service industry. We were seated by this gum-chewing staff, who led us to our seats with the friendly "follow me to your table", then dashing off at a pace which was impossible for my stilletto-healed guests to follow. Next, we were greeted by a friendly, if somewhat slow waitress, who seemed to have problems understanding that most civil patrons are unable to eat without cuttery. Apparently, hot sause was also in short supply, as it too three requests over the course of 20 minutes before it was forthcoming. The pizzas we ordered were mediocre at best. The "Wild BC Salmon Pizza" consisted of dry, tin can sourced "wild" salmon, bathed in ranch dressing. The saving grace appeared to have been the bear, which was fresh and quite good. However, this alone was not enough to salvage what can only be characterized as a poor excuse of a restaurant, even by the more lax Yaletown standards.

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