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scottshaftAbbotsfordSince July 27, 20063 Reviews
Average Rating
3 (2.9)
  • Food3 (3)
  • Service3 (3)
  • Value3 (3)
  • Ambiance2.5 (2.7)


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Deuce Restaurant1617 Lonsdale Avenue, North Vancouver
Small Portions!?!??!
Submitted Sunday, August 10, 2008 - 3:51pm [Dine in]

I can't really understand some of the previous reviews complaining about the small portions. We were stuffed when we left. The tab (with 18% tip and tax) came to $130 for two people. That included 2 drinks each, 6 different dishes and the dessert sampler. I can't think of too many higher end restaurants where I could do that for $65 bucks a head. Anyways.....the food was excellent. Especially the duck twofer, the lasagna, and the mac and cheese. Service was decent, but nothing exceptional. Can't wait to be in North Van again so I have an excuse to try some of the dishes we didn't get to. We will definately be back.

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New management
Eclipse Bar and Grill2253 Wilson Avenue, Port Coquitlam
New Wild Duck????
Submitted Wednesday, June 6, 2007 - 12:04pm [Dine in]

OK....from what I understand, this place is run by the folks that had the old Wild Duck Inn until it recently closed. (Let me know if I'm wrong on this) If that is in fact the case, all I can say is "What the hell happened?!?!" For a new pub, it sure looks like it was decorated 10 years ago. The seats are stained and worn, and with the exception of a whole bunch of new TV's (that incidentally play a never ending loop of crappy 90's music videos) the place looks quite worn and in need of an overhaul. As for the food, it was fine. Nothing to write home about, but adequate for your typical pub fare. My main complaint is the pricing. $10 - $12 bucks for a burger at a pub!??!!? In Port Coquitlam? You've got to be kidding. If I had added cheese and bacon, it would have cost $15+ for a lousy hamburger. The menu was essentialy the same as it was at the Duck only the prices were about 25% higher. Two people for dinner with 2 beers and a coffee came to almost $50 with tax and tip. I doubt I'll be back anytime soon. Too bad they had to abandon their old location, it was way nicer inside and the prices and food were outstanding. :(

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Boathouse Restaurant, The900 Quayside Dr, New Westminster
Dine Out Vancouver
Submitted Sunday, January 28, 2007 - 1:09am [Dine in]

What can I say??? First off.....they have NO idea how to make a Mojito. I actually sent it back and I have NEVER sent back booze before. Second.....took my friends 4 tries at the wine menu before the waitress could find a bottle that they still had in stock. Do they not think that the cheaper wines will be the most popular? Might be a good idea to stock more than one or two at a time. As for the food, the appetizer was tastless and cold. The paella was alright.....but then, how can you screw up rice and seafood? Doesn't take a whole lot of skill to throw that together. The key lime pie was very tasty though. My date was very happy with her miso halibut and our friends had the lobster surf and turf and that was very well received. Definately below par, but will probably go back for the steak and lobster.

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