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RussWest End, VancouverSince December 8, 20063 Reviews
Average Rating
3 (3)
  • Food3 (3)
  • Service3.5 (3.3)
  • Ambiance3.5 (3.7)


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New management
Cafe De Paris751 Denman, Vancouver
Excellent French Cuisine
Submitted Saturday, December 9, 2006 - 12:42pm [Dine in]

New York Steak with French Fries and Veggies was very good as was my wife's Duck.

Thick cut fries that are cooked twice are very good and thoroughly crispy, White Spot could take a lesson and get rid of the soggy fries.

Waiter was attentive and polite. This is a very nice place without being too snobish or formal as some French places can be. The crowd likes to get sloshed and noisey...party on. Good for a special occation...unless you are a millionaire.

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Feenie's2563 W Broadway, Vancouver
Over rated and priced burger
Submitted Friday, December 8, 2006 - 9:09am [Dine in]

1. Patty is too thick and dry - taste in mouth is dominated by dry ground steak. Most expensive burger restaurants make the patty too thick in order to justify the big price. (The Surreal Gourmet on Food TV stated that regular ground beef cooked in a frying pan makes the best burger as it is the most juicy and flavourful - I agree)

2. Bun is pretty good, but I don't like yellow egg bread with a sweet taste for the bun. The Sesame seeds on top were good.

3. Sauce was custom made mixture of mayo, pickles and perhaps ketchup, pretty good but perhaps some hotdog mustard under the meat would be nice.

4. French fries were over-cooked and dry (probably had sat around too long) , this is likely not the norm in this place, otherwise they are good fries.

5. Music, started out with dry, intellectual be-bop trumpet jazz, this is the kind of jazz that people like feenie who are pretending to like jazz play, this was followed by some more modern commercial type smooth jazz. mediocre and pretentious.

For $16 this burger is over-priced, Moderne burger a few doors east is the better choice, and someone said feenie has been seen in there. The white spot car hop combo is a way better deal feenie!

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Hamburger Mary's Diner1202 Davie Street, Vancouver
Mediocre Burger
Submitted Friday, December 8, 2006 - 8:46am [Dine in]

1 Burger has a dried patty that has that burnt charbroiled taste.

2 Burger has a cheap commercial bun as opposed to a slow rise yeast bun from a good bakery.

3 Barbeque sause on Burger is typical out of a bottle harsh sauce.

Given that his restaurant is called "Hamburger" , it is a wonder they are still in business. I did not try any other items, although I note other reviewers said the BLT and Turkey sand. is good.

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