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KaY-o-ReeVancouverSince November 6, 200523 Reviews
Average Rating
3.5 (3.5)
  • Food4 (3.8)
  • Service3.5 (3.4)
  • Value2 (2)
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Long Shun Yuan3309 Kingsway, Vancouver
No Mandarin = No Service
Submitted Sunday, April 26, 2015 - 9:46pm [Dine in]

If I could give 0, it would have been 0. They recently moved into the location of Shandong Family Restaurant - I want my Shandong back!

Basically if you don't speak Mandarin, don't expect any service. We were discriminated against and treated with disrespect - the owner (lady) and 1 of the 2 other servers were incredibly rude. The owner did not speak a lick of English and the 2 other servers spoke just enough to get by.

I called in to make a reservation - I told the gentleman on the phone: number in our party and 6pm, he said OK and hung up. No name or phone number taken.

We arrived and luckily there was a table for us. We took some time to look at the menu. Everything is priced slightly higher than we expected. We asked 1 of the servers for recommendations. He had to go to the boss lady to ask about each question we had and basically couldn't recommend anything (because of language barrier and miscommunication). We ordered lamb soup noodles (9.99), pork & chive dumplings (12 for 9.99), and beef & lamb crepe (9.99) - the server said this would not be enough for 3 adults. We were also told beef & lamb crepe is size of a small plate. We changed this dish to beef pancake (5.99).

Beef pancake arrived about 15 minutes later. It was quite small, and we noticed dishes at other tables had small portions as well for their price point, except a big claypot (apparently their specialty) and a crab dish.

We asked each one of them for hot water over a 5 minute period. First guy forgot. Second guy decided to set a table before serving his guests - us and another table waiting for tea, served tea to the other table, and still forgot our water. Finally, the owner lady looked at us when we asked, waved her arm at us as if to say "wait", then tended to guests coming in the front door. When we were obviously unhappy, she spoke in Mandarin to one of the servers to ask us if there was a problem. I responded yes, that she was being rude. He said "How come?" I explained and his response was "Do you know how busy we are? Do you think it's easy?" I said, "No, it's not easy, but you need to address your customers a little better." There are 3 servers in a restaurant of about 15 tables of varying sizes (2-10 ppl). Are you serious????? You should not be working in the restaurant industry. Shandong had 2 ppl working the restaurant COMPLETELY full with lineups at the door and were fabulous!!! There are PLENTY of restaurants out there short-staffed and those servers don't complain about working their asses off.

You are in VANCOUVER, CANADA. If you don't want business from non-Mandarin-speaking people, pls just put a sign at the front door. Nobody deserves to walk in as a customer and be treated like that.

We paid for the beef pancake and left. You can be sure we WON'T be back.

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Happy Valley Seafood Restaurant3432 Lougheed Highway, Vancouver
3.5 hour dinner!
Submitted Sunday, April 27, 2014 - 11:04pm [Dine in]

We arrived on a Sunday evening around 6:15pm and placed an order for a set dinner for our table of 12 (including a baby and a toddler). The restaurant was about half full at this time. There was also a large birthday dinner of 4 tables. It continued to get busier and the restaurant filled up quite quickly. It was obvious that many were regulars as the manager would greet and chat with many that were coming in.
If you know Chinese dinners, dishes always arrive in a certain order. Well our dinner was completely messed. They also had no crab and offered lobster instead - this dish which was supposed to be 2 lobsters had 3 lobster heads.
One hour had gone by and we had only eaten 3 dishes of 10. Two hours went by and we STILL had 3 more dishes to go. We had to ask for water to be filled, plates to be cleared. We complained multiple times to the manager and other staff members but no one did anything to rectify the situation.
It looked to us like we ordered the same menu as the birthday dinner because our dishes would come out of the kitchen at the same time, but it was completely unacceptable that they tried to save their time by cooking our dishes all together. Many tables around us sat down after us and left already. We spent a total of 3.5 hours and both the baby and toddler were tired and cranky.
Will not be returning.

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Vistas1133 West Hastings St., Vancouver
Another fantastic visit to Vistas!
Submitted Saturday, January 19, 2008 - 11:42pm [Dine in]

I've been to Vistas multiple times and have never been disappointed. I went for DOV tonight. The restaurant was almost full. Service was fantastic - our server was very attentive and polite.
We started off with lobster bisque and duck confit & salad. Lobster bisque was creamy and rich, duck confit & salad was quite a large portion.
For entree, I had the grilled flatiron steak - cooked rare and perfect just the way I like. My mom's steak was way underdone (perhaps the server heard "medium rare" instead of "medium well") but the server and kitchen took care of that for her no problem. The steak was about 10 oz. - it was the size of my hand and about an inch thick! I couldn't finish it and was completely stuffed already.
My mom loved her tiramisu - she likes things light and that suited her taste. I had the panettone french toast - it was delicious with the whip cream and cinnamon and warm blueberries but I was so full I barely touched it.
The DOV menu also came with coffee or tea.
I will definitely visit Vistas again!

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Place Restaurant, The8028 Granville Street, Vancouver
Great little place for Shanghai food
Submitted Friday, January 18, 2008 - 12:05am [Dine in]

Great Shanghai snack foods for $4.50 per dish. Delicious noodles for $5-8.
I disagree with the previous reviewer that it's VERY dirty - it's not sparkling and white like your typical high end restaurant, but it is a typical Asian resturant with easy-to-wipe glass tabletops and old furniture and decor.
Only thing I have to complain about is that on my bill, every item was $0.05 to $0.25 more than the listed price on the menu, then tax was added on top of it.

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Coast1054 Alberni Street, Vancouver
Expected better!
Submitted Thursday, January 17, 2008 - 11:47pm [Dine in]

I went to COAST for DOV tonight and was not impressed. My last visit here did not leave an impression on me although I didn't experience anything negative so I decided to go back for DOV. But I will not return.
The music was loud, in addition to the noise a packed restaurant. It was also too dark - which is typical of most modern restaurants in my opinion.
The server was excellent at first, explaining menu items, drink specials, and so on. The rest of the meal we barely saw him - I believe because we didn't order any drinks and stuck with the DOV menu. I find this is common during DOV when servers see that you're here just to eat during the promotion - but I believe that servers should serve customers the same as their regulars during DOV, if not better, if they're going to want you to come back.
Food was good except for the fact that the hot appetizer (crab cakes) and entrees (sablefish and lamb) were cold. My slices of lamb were cooked perfectly to my liking (though they never asked how I liked it cooked) but COLD. The fish and vegetables that came along with it were COLD.
We sat with empty dessert plates for 5-7 minutes before anyone came to clean them up. We also had to ask twice for the bill. When we got the bill, we discovered that we were charged $2.25 for hot water that didn't even have a slice of lemon and was refilled 2 times the entire meal.
Unfortunately, I will not be returning to COAST.

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Gastropod1938 W. 4th Avenue, Vancouver
Good experience DOV 2008
Submitted Thursday, January 17, 2008 - 11:28pm [Dine in]

I loved the colours of the restaurant. One of the few restaurants that I think had perfect lighting, where most restaurants I find are too dark.
Service was very good. Our water was always full. The server also offered extra bread and I saw other tables where bread was topped up without asking.
I added $5 for the duck appetizer and my boyfriend had the oysters. Oysters were fresh and beautifully presented - horseradish snow was a nice touch, did not overpower the oyster. My duck appetizer was well worth my extra $5 - a big duck leg confit on top of cucumber salad and a small bite of liver parfait. I shared half of the confit with my boyfriend - if I had finished it myself I would have been really full.
Our entrees were solid. I had the wild spring salmon - it was perfectly cooked and moist and pink in the centre. I think it was cooked and then wrapped in nori and flash-fried. The bulgur salad is like couscous and citrus went well with it. My boyfriend did not like his pork shoulder as much - more so because he just personally didn't like the texture. I thought it was decent - tender but a bit dry that's all.
Dessert was aweseome! My boyfriend had the Gastropod cheesecake which was a cheesecake without the bottom crust/cookie. I thought it was delicious but it was missing his favourite part which is the crust. I had the sorbet and iced milks - 4 little cups of different flavours - raspberry, clementine, vanilla and dark chocolate. That was fantastic! All rich in flavour! Some tables I saw only got 3 flavours though and I don't know why.
It was a good DOV experience and I would go back again.

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Connor Butler2145 Granville St, Vancouver
Fantastic Dining Experience
Submitted Friday, January 4, 2008 - 12:11am [Dine in]

I have to disagree with the review below - I had a fantastic dinner here last week.
We arrived early and waited at the entrance as they were still cleaning before opening. The server came with glasses of wine for us while we waited.
The lighting and decor is romantic and perfect. A small, cozy restaurant with big comfy chairs and big tables with plenty of room. They served food in Versace tableware, and the server told us that the cutlery is pieces from 1920s & 30s collected by the chef.
Throughout the meal, chef Connor Butler regularly came out to the dining room to speak with customers, making sure everything was running smoothly and making sure all his diners were happy.
I had the 6-course tasting menu. We were completely stuffed by the end because there were also a few amuse bouches between the meal and a huge plate of cookies and treats at the end which we had to take home. Our meal consisted of foie gras pate & squash soup, smoked salmon, duck, beef, and 2 courses of dessert. The best had to be the smoked salmon - a salmon filet cooked by smoking. Connor came out to serve this to us. The presentation was beautiful - the plates were covered with lids inside which he filled with smoke. Once the lid was lifted, you could smell the savoury smoke that the salmon was cooked with. The salmon was pink inside, so moist and tender - the best piece of salmon I've ever had! It was simple and delicious!
I will definitely be returning to Connor Butler!

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Shore Club, The688 Dunsmuir Street, Vancouver
Beautiful Restaurant, Great Service
Submitted Friday, December 28, 2007 - 6:45pm [Dine in]

I had dinner here twice in the last few months and both times have been excellent. I thought that the atmosphere was relaxing and the decor is grand with high ceilings and big comfy banquettes. The lounge downstairs looks great as well. There is a bar in front of the open kitchen that you can sit and eat at. Servers are very professional and always explained features and answered questions.
I had their mussels as an appetizer and the white wine sauce was delicious, maybe a bit on the too rich/salty side, but mussels were plump and not overcooked. In the two visits, I tried their mixed grill (with lamb chops, filet mignon, new york steaks, and prawns) and mixed seafood grill (with, if I remember correctly, salmon, swordfish, halibut, and prawns). The meats were cooked to perfection as I requested. The fish were all moist and tender on the inside. Portions were quite large considering there was a combination of meats. We also had creamed spinach and coleslaw as sides, neither of which we finished. The one dessert I tried was their sorbet terrine - the flavours were fresh and rich.
I disagree with the negative reviews below and definitely recommend this restaurant.

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Grand Honour Hot Pot Restaurant5668 Granville Street, Vancouver
Horrible and rude service
Submitted Wednesday, December 5, 2007 - 1:06am [Dine in]

This was my second visit to this hot pot restaurant because my first visit was good. My first visit was within weeks of when they started their all-you-can-eat dinner. This return visit, however, was a bad experience and I will not return.
We made reservations and my party sat down on time while I arrived late. My party submitted our first order sheet with only 4 orders of food because they wanted to wait for me. When I arrived and wanted to add to our first order, the servers were reluctant in providing us with another order sheet and said that they would not serve us any other food until our first order sheet was filled.
It took close to 45 minutes for our first order - of only 4 dishes - to arrive at our table. We asked for our sliced meat orders several times before they arrived. Throughout the meal, we had to ask for many things a few times. Food was decent though. And they had a good deal on all-you-can-drink pop for $1 - they brought you cans of brand name pop too, not fountain pop or PC pop.
By the time we finished eating our first "real" order and had just submitted another order, the manager came tell us that our time limit was almost up. We told her we'd just ordered and she said that we could finish it. I think others would agree with me that if they are going to be so strict on their time limit, they should serve their food in a timely manner.
We waited at least another 30 minutes and got another time limit warning and still did not receive all of our food. We complained to that same manager and she discovered that our food had gone to the wrong table. Of course, this manager was now really nice, knowing that we'd finish and then pay the bill and tip them. We tipped what they deserved and we will not return.

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Silver Palace Seafood Restaurant4818 Main Street, Vancouver
Great dim sum!
Submitted Sunday, November 19, 2006 - 2:15am [Dine in]

This restaurant moved over from a really small space in the little plaza on Fraser & 49th. They never used to have dim sum until they moved to this new location.

This is my regular dim sum restaurant now. There are not many good "in-between" dim sum places like this - not yucky $2 places, and not $4-5/dish.

I recommend their fried daikon "cakes" with XO sauce - excellent dish. Shrimp spring rolls are pretty good too. I would consider the portions large for dim sum. Everything is made when you order so it all comes out fresh.

My only complaint is that their dessert selection is not that great and the ones I've tried are mediocre. Also I've heard dinner is mediocre.

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LK Dining Lounge1265 Hamilton Street, Vancouver
Wow, one of the best I've had during Dine Out Vancouver!
Submitted Thursday, February 9, 2006 - 12:35am [Dine in]

Well, Dine Out Vancouver is over but LK extended their Dine Out menu and the menu items were attractive so I gave it a try. When we got there, it was so dead. There was us (a table of 4) and one other table of 2. I don't believe because our server was soooo great - but perhaps that was because there was only 2 tables.

Anyway, the food. First of all, there was fresh bread - baguettes - fresh and hot out of the oven. This is the only restaurant out of over 10 I've been to during Dine Out Vancouver where they had fresh bread.

Appetizer - I had the crab ravioli. Wow it was stuffed with tons of fresh crab and lots of veggies. Nice clean taste with some olive oil. I also tried the duck spring roll and that wasn't bad except maybe a bit dry.

For entree, I had the pork tenderloin medallions. There were 3 small medallions but still enough for me. The wild mushroom demi-glace with the polenta went great with the pork - perfect sides that made it even juicier. I also tried the striploin. It was done blue rare and not overcooked - that had to be the highlight. It was melt-in-your-mouth steak, soooooo tasty. The sweet potato tart, which was the side with the steak, was the 2nd highlight!!!

Finally for dessert, I had the chocolate banana. It was made with sour cream so definitely nice for me because I don't have much of a sweet tooth. I also got to try both the millefeuille with figs and the hazelnut operetta. Hazelnut operetta not bad if you like coffee and chocolate. The millefeuille was no doubt the best of the desserts - crunchy millefeuille layers with not-so-sweet creme anglaise and sweet figs - perfect!

I thought that the food at LK was comparable to Feenie's, which was the best of all the restaurants I tried this year for Dine Out Vancouver. I would definitely go back again.

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Circolo1116 Mainland St., Vancouver
Unexpectedly large entree!
Submitted Tuesday, February 7, 2006 - 12:38am [Dine in]

To start off, service was great. It was not just our server that served us, anyone that walked by would fill our waters or take our empty plates. And the hostess came our to make sure she said goodbye.

The 3 kinds of bread in the bread basket were all a bit too salty, but still fluffy.

For appetizer I had the pepper seared tuna and there were 3 decent sized pieces with some mixed greens and a wasabi mayo dressing which did not have too much wasabi - suits me becuase i don't really like wasabi.

Entree was the NY steak - that was unexpectedly huge. Both mine and my mom's was overcooked though. And I'm not such a big fan of gnocchi so the sides with the steak were not that great. Otherwise, it was still an awesome steak.

I had the citrus infused creme brulee for dessert - nice citrus-y touch, though by the end of that dessert I couldn't taste much citrus.

Overall, really nice restaurant. Spacious seating and good amount of lighting - not too dim like some restaurants. Wonderful service.

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Westward Ho! Bar & Grill5185 University Blvd., Vancouver
not bad...
Submitted Thursday, February 2, 2006 - 12:21am [Dine in]

The servers were very friendly and courteous the whole night. It's your normal bar and grill so they had hockey playing on the TV at the bar and the dining room on the other side.

For appetizer, I had the wild mushroom bisque with 2 buffalo wrapped quail eggs - very unique and tasted great. It was a small bowl of soup though. My dad had the salmon wellington on a bed of mushrooms - that was small as well. However, my mom had the chilled seafood on mixed greens and this was huge! Greens were a bit drowned with dressing though.

I had the beef tenderloin as my entree and this was small as well and overcooked - I asked for medium rare and it was medium well. But my dad had the trio of meats and he gave me his piece of steak which was supposed to be done medium rare but was definitely rare, just seared on the outside - and he usually eats medium well. Mom had the wild salmon - it was a beautiful salmon red but was undercooked, but she didn't mind that - this would depend on the person.

Desserts were nothing too special - the cinnamon ice cream that went with my strawberry puff was pretty good.

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Amarcord Restaurant1168 Hamilton Street, #104, Vancouver
That dessert was sooo good!
Submitted Wednesday, February 1, 2006 - 12:00am [Dine in]

The service at this place was incredible. Servers always careful about keeping your glasses full and tables clean. Not exactly the atmosphere I like though with the Italian music and all.

I had the salad to start which was nothing too special, but my parents both had the seafood and vegetable soup and that was wonderful - light broth with lots of seafood.

My entree was the halibut which had an awesome champagne cream sauce with baby shrimp - halibut was not bad. The veal scallopine was tender, stuffed with prosciutto and sage in another yummy creamy white wine sauce. The sirloin was a pretty good sized portion, but a bit overcooked.

DESSERT WAS THE BEST PART! It just says gelato on the menu - but it was a hazelnut gelato with a chocolate pear-shaped shell. That was just heavenly! And if you like lemons and sour stuff, the lemon sorbet is for you because my mom loves lemons and it was sour and she loved it. Tiramisu - well what more is there to say about tiramisu at an Italian restaurant.

I would go back just for that gelato again!

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Dockside Restaurant1253 Johnston Street, Vancouver
Great view, good food
Submitted Tuesday, January 31, 2006 - 11:51pm [Dine in]

The aquarium is pretty cool - they obviously take good care of it. I had a table close to the windows looking out at the dock which was nice - I bet lunchtime would have looked even better.

We started off with an amuse bouche - a pepper-seared tuna with garlic aioli on a foccaccia (melba) toast. For appetizers, I had the share plate and I also got to try to house smoked salmon chowder. The share plate was yummmm - really chili (hot) squid, moist crab cakes, tender beef satay, and a crispy spring roll. And I love chowders so that chowder was good - lots of salmon and full of flavour.

I had the stuffed lamb sirloin which was done pretty much right on. It tasted great with the stuffed goat cheese. I also got to try both the halibut and duck breast. Halibut was a bit dry but nice crunch with the pine nuts. Duck breast was not too fatty, only a little bit of fatty skin on one side, otherwise tender and juicy.

Finally, the dessert portions were huge! Creme brulee was very creamy and you could taste all the eggs they put in there - I didn't mind it. The chocolate bomb was also yummy, maybe a bit sweet for my taste. I was so stuffed by the end.

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Lumiere2551 W. Broadway, Vancouver
Changed their menu, but still awesome food!
Submitted Tuesday, January 31, 2006 - 11:34pm [Dine in]

It wasn't as good as I remembered it. I attended Lumiere last year for Dine Out Vancouver and it was awesome, definitely a 5 - this year somehow didn't seem the same.

First off, they squished our party of 5 at a table for 4. And the seat kept rocking for some reason.

Their menu is supposed to have 13 items to choose from, one each for appetizer and entree. The two items that I wanted most - the boudin blanc and bolognese - were somehow no longer offered so that list was down to 11.

The above are the only complaints I have - after that, the food was wonderful!!

Appetizer - I had the butternut squash and mascarpone ravioli with truffle butter sauce - so heavenly - because I love those creamy fillings and sauces. My dad had the French onion soup which was loaded with cheese and very rich. My mom had the tuna sashimi and that's a nice clean flavoured dish, not too rich like the others, and fresh (not frozen) sashimi.

My entree was the short-rib sandwich. They put the sandwich on a huge puddle of oil - I hope it wasn't from the short-rib. The short-rib was very tender and full of flavour. Pomme frites was stacked up in a cute little tower - a bit oily but very potatoey. Salad had a bit too much dressing though. My mom had the sablefish which was marinated with sake and that's exactly what it tasted like - SAKE, although the fish was very tender, melt-in-your-mouth tender. My dad had the seafood risotto which was definitely too rich for our taste - I could probably only finish half that dish. It did taste wonderfully creamy though, and it had a huge scallop, 3 large prawns, and lobster meat.

Dessert was a brownie and exotic fruit carpaccio. That was a treat - suited my taste because I don't have much of a sweet-tooth and it was a nice dark chocolate brownie and fruits were tart and citrus-y.

Overall, I would probably still go again but be careful with my choice of dishes.

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Observatory, The6400 Nancy Greene Way, North Vancouver
Small portions, but good food
Submitted Tuesday, January 31, 2006 - 11:06pm [Dine in]

From previous years of attending Dine Out Vancouver and eating here, I remember it being better. I definitely remember the first year I attended they had an amuse bouche before the appetizer and before the entree.

Anyway, salad to start - that was wonderful, although some people may say that the salad was a bit drowned in a light dressing. I thought it was awesome. My dad had the pumpkin soup and it was a small bowl but he said it tasted great.

The entree was slow roasted pork - two or three thin slices but very juicy and full of flavour, paired with a tower of potatoes (gratin dauphinois) which was yummmmy - creamy potatoes.

And last, my creme brulee was very espresso-y which is what I wanted, but my dad thought it was too espresso-y. The biscotti was fresh and crumbly.

Ambiance was wonderful, although the fog covered up most of the view. Service was pretty good, considering our server was also serving a party of about 25-30 people beside us.

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Al Porto Ristorante321 Water Street, Vancouver
Horrible waiter and deceiving menu
Submitted Wednesday, January 25, 2006 - 10:59pm [Dine in]

Tonight I went to Al Porto for Dine Out Vancouver. I also went there last year and it wasn't too bad but this year was horrible.

First off, neither the waiter nor the bus-people were smiling or very friendly or careful about their service. We had empty glasses of water almost all night.

The appetizers came as soon as we ordered - it was like fast food. My boyfriend had beef tenderloin carpaccio and I had the tuscan parfait (a pate). Both were OK-sized portions, tasted alright.

Then it took about 1/2 hour for the entree to come. My boyfriend had the Angus beef loin. When we ordered, the waiter didn't even ask how well he wanted it done - we had to advise him of that when he brought the appys. The portions were quite small, maybe 4 oz. I ordered the "Mixed Seafood Grill" - this was not what I expected AT ALL. It should have said "Mixed/Grilled Seafood Skewer". There was one piece of salmon about the size of two thumbs, one piece of halibut the same size, both very dry. There were also two prawns and a scallop - all tasted burnt. The sauce tasted almost like nothing. With a clump of mashed potatoes and a couple pieces of veggies, that was my entree - 5 bite size pieces of seafood.

Dessert portions were again quite small, but did taste OK - mine did anyway.

Anyway, I was not impressed. I would probably not go back again.

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Feenie's2563 W Broadway, Vancouver
Food Is Awesome!
Submitted Wednesday, January 25, 2006 - 2:22am [Dine in]

I went to Feenie's for Dine Out Vancouver - it was worth every penny for $25.

Appetizer - mussels in a tomato broth. The broth was sooooooo good, slightly spicy, very tomatoey. Mussels juicy, not overcooked.

Entree - Mission trout. WOW! Crispy skin, tender fish. WOW!

Dessert - 3 large scoops of sorbet. Soooooo yummy!

The food did it all for me! The service was excellent - waitress was careful to check on us once in a while, and the host was very friendly. I will definitely go again!

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Herons West Coast Kitchen900 Canada Place, Vancouver
Submitted Saturday, December 10, 2005 - 1:09pm [Dine in]

This place was just incredible!! The waiter provided the best service I have ever experienced. He made a wonderful wine recommendation, exactly what I loved in wines. The beef tenderloin was cooked to perfection and it was rested so perfectly. For dessert, I had cheescake and that was also marvellous. It is a bit pricey, and the portions are average, but I would still recommended it to anyone looking for a place to have fancy dinner, especially for those intimate special occasions.

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