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LizBichVancouver, BCSince November 24, 2012Favourite List (1)3 Reviews
Average Rating
2.5 (2.5)
  • Food2.5 (2.7)
  • Service2.5 (2.3)
  • Value2.5 (2.3)
  • Ambiance2.5 (2.7)


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Damso Modern Korean Cuisine867 Denman Street, Vancouver
Sad Night Out
Submitted Saturday, November 24, 2012 - 12:57am [Dine in]

Food is not bad here but service is definitely terrible.

I remember when I can here I wanted to order pork belly BBQ. They are so reasonably priced and said I can only order one of the following. I thought this was an all you can eat, I thought I paid for it. I guess there are rules and limitations to what I order. I also wanted more water and attempted to flag down a waiter. He look right at me and walked away. So freaking rude. I understand that you are busy but please at least acknowledge the fact that I was trying to talk to you. I don't need you to get the item right away , but I know you flat out ignore me. My boyfriend really likes this place because with $10 you can drink soju and the quality of the meat is really good. But I don't know if I can handle their rudeness anymore.

Damso if you continue on with your rudeness, I think you will keep losing your customers. SAD FACE FOR YOU!

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Shabusen Yakiniku House755 Burrard St, Unit 202, Vancouver
OMG Srsly?
Submitted Saturday, November 24, 2012 - 12:53am [Dine in]

We went here after we couldn't get into our first choice, Kingyo, as they were booked until 9pm. t was my first visit in the restaurant, but friends told me many good things about here. So we were looking for something better than average. Maybe even special My sister and I liked ours okay, but nothing special. My girlfriend received the wrong meal and then when they brought it, the tofu hotpot was very watery. A friend of mine's sushi was not good but he rarely complains about anything joking that they are edible. I would not go here again with all the wonderful choices nearby.

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Sura Korean Cuisine1518 Robson St., Vancouver
An upscale introduction to the world of Korean Royal Cuisine
Submitted Saturday, November 24, 2012 - 12:50am [Dine in]

SURA provides an upscale introduction to the world of Korean Royal cuisine.

Located on the very west side of Robson Street Vancouver, one can safely assume that the price, and quality, of SURA is substantially higher than the norm. And it is. SURA has a deceptively romatic interior, disguised by a modest store front.

We ordered one of the dinner set-course meal options, and our waiter immediately brought out complimentary banchan and the drinks, which were followed by salad and the procession of the greatest small dishes offering I have ever seen: 20 in total. There were too many to list, but included variations of pickled vegetables, an assortment of kimchee, egg soufflé, and a few seafood offerings that I had never tried. Needless to say dinner began with a flurry of chopstick duels and the incessant clinking of ceramic dishes. The only thing that saved us from gorging ourselves off banchan was the arrival of the meat. I think we chose bulgolgi, short ribs aka kalbi, and brisket. The brisket was better than most places I've been to, and the bulgolgi and kalbi were definitely well above par. The meal was finished with a cup of traditional Korean sweet rice drink called Sikhae, and it was simply awesome.

SURA Korea restaurant is a great place to bring friends and family, or maybe that first date you're trying to impress. Aside from the dinner set course meals there is an entirely separate menu for a la carte items and combinations. SURA offers a mixture of class, style, service, and quality that should help ease your doubts about whether the cost outweighs the meal.

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