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walkingnerdVancouverSince January 11, 20082 Reviews
Average Rating
3.5 (3.5)
  • Food3 (3)
  • Service2.5 (2.5)
  • Ambiance2.5 (2.5)


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Northern Delicacy4151 Hazelbridge Way, Unit 2788, Richmond
Food for people
Submitted Friday, January 11, 2008 - 4:08am [Dine in]

Being Chinese, i have had the worse of food and the best of food and this is neither of them.

In terms of food they make great noodles, they cook a dumpling chicken bowl that is worth being damned for and they bake the the best buns in town.

This, though, is varied among different days. Sometimes the buns are too hard, sometimes the buns are too soggy. When the customer traffic gets too high, the chicken in the bowl is not cooked right.

Its really a take your luck restaurant but most of the time luck seem to be on the good side.

Service, the two managers have little chit chats with customers once in a while which ease the atmosphere. Some of the lovely waitresses are very enthusiastic about your order and gets the job done as soon as possible. Where as some of the not-so-enthusiastic waitresses either ignores your call or they dont focus. You could scream at the limit of public area manors and they won't come near you. The more you try the less they want to serve you.

The scenory is not the best. It cannot be compared to waterfront nor the airport. But it is worth spending the time to look at the design of the place. The twelve zodiacs line the wall and two stone (not really) soldiers guard the restaruants entrances.

Definitly a place to visit in Richmond.

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Samurai Sushi House5888 Cambie Street, Vancouver
Not a Sushi Resturant
Submitted Friday, January 11, 2008 - 3:54am [Dine in]

The place serves the ultimate sushis. Ultimate not in terms of taste nor cleanliness but rather in size. If you aren't a picky eater and just want to stuff your belly full of sushi this is the place.

Cleaniness of the sushi is not tops of Vancouver. Everyone in my family except me are vegetarians. They often find pieces of tuna, eggs, salmon and other delicious meat source in their vegetable roll. So for those who are absolutely alergic to any of those ingredients should just stay away.

Service turns from good to questionable due to heavy customer traffic. They smile at you early in the morning then say thankyou and really mean before you leave the store. Soon towards noon, the services grows grim as people start to not look at the customers nor wear a smile. Which is really normal for resturants these days.

The place is often very clean, if you dont tend to look around. If you do, you could find dust mites and other allergents in some areas of the restaurant. This is where take out comes into play.

If you have picky friends, try not to take them there. Rather if your friends or yourself don't really mind not having the absolutely best sushi in the world this is the best place in Vancouver.

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