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  • Food1.5
  • Service3
  • Value1.5
  • Ambiance2.5
  • Reviews2

Fan Tan Cafe

549 Fisgard Street
Victoria, BC V8W1R5
Tel: (250) 383-1611
Neighbourhood: Downtown
  • Cuisine: Asian, Chinese, Thai
  • Price: $$ ($15 - $30)
  • Reservations: Accepted
  • Service: Takeout
  • Meals: Lunch, Dinner
  • Hours: Mon - Thu: 11AM - 9PM, Fri - Sat: 11AM - 10PM, Sun: 11AM - 9PM
  • Open from 11am to 9 pm daily. Come in for lunch and try our famous Make Your Own Combo...you pick 3 different items from a list of 21 for only $7.50, or try the best Wor-Won-Ton Soup in town. We offer an array of Cantonese Chinese Cuisine, Spicy Szechwan dishes to Thai Curries. At Fan Tan Cafe we offer a full selection of dining experiences from appetizers, main entrees, combo plates, family style complete dinners, desserts, wines, beers, a full bar, to coffees and teas - we have it all!. For Vegetarians, we have the largest vegetarian selection than any other Chinese restaurant. Our decor and atmosphere is unlike any other Chinese restaurant. From the beautiful modern artworks on the walls, twinkling stars above, to candle lit tables, and soft jazz music in the air.


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Much better than a food court
By EYE34T of Victoria (1 Review)
Submitted Thursday, November 19, 2009 - 5:31pm [Dine in]

I eat here kind of regularly. I don't mind it all. Much better than a food court. For the price, I find it's decent. MInd you, I only ever have the same dish. I don't eat there. The gals that work there are always very nice ( and pretty I might ad ). It's a cheap chinese food choice. I have had better , but for the price it just fine and yummy.

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What a joke.
By kattyc of Vancouver/Victoria (15 Reviews)
Submitted Wednesday, April 1, 2009 - 10:41pm [Dine in]

So the bf wanted to have Chinese food, and we'd been doing grocery shopping in Chinatown. We ended up in the Fan Tan Cafe, which looked decent. A little bit dingy, but the decor was kind of cute, and unusual for a Chinese restaurant. Unfortunately, the decor did not translate at all into the food. The food was cheap, but horrible quality - I could've gone to the food court at the mall and had cheaper, probably better tasting Chinese food. The pork fried rice was hard, and had probably been sitting in the warming pan for ages, with teeny tiny, basically flavourless chunks of pork. The "ginger garlic tofu" had no signs of ginger-garlic sauce whatsoever.
Not worth it at all!

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