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Last place you ate at

Discussion in 'Food, Drinks and Dining' started by milquetoast, Sep 11, 2012.

  1. Bine

    Bine Full Member

    Gyoza King

    I had the beef udon and gyoza! It was very good as usual!
  2. Night Of GuardianS

    Night Of GuardianS Active Member

    Prospect Point Cafe at Stanley Park

    Had their lookout burger
  3. Night Of GuardianS

    Night Of GuardianS Active Member

    Subway eat fresh. Just got my new macro lens.
  4. Night Of GuardianS

    Night Of GuardianS Active Member

    Whoops I deleted the image.
  5. milquetoast

    milquetoast Senior Member

    Kishimoto on Commercial
    A bit more expensive than the average sushi place, but still reasonable. They have good tea (according to my SO). The unique plating is fun too.

  6. milquetoast

    milquetoast Senior Member

    Chicken wings and cold milk tea @ Wu Fung Dessert
  7. milquetoast

    milquetoast Senior Member

    Seoul Doogbaegi on Kingsway - Solid option for Korean food in Vancouver, good prices! Only complaint would have been the BBQ meat, it was very meh and poor value.
  8. Night Of GuardianS

    Night Of GuardianS Active Member

  9. milquetoast

    milquetoast Senior Member

    Dutch Wooden Shoe Cafe
    Had the #26, I found it overpriced for what it is.
  10. milquetoast

    milquetoast Senior Member

    Paul's Place Omelettery
    Corn Beef Hash, it was alright.
  11. Night Of GuardianS

    Night Of GuardianS Active Member

    Had chicken pho at Red Pagoda on commercial Dr. The place was quite nice and cozy. Most pho places feels dirty. This place feels more clean. The noodles were good but the bowl wasn't all that big so it wasn't all that filling. The customer service was great. More excellent than other pho places. I will definitely go back. It's the closest pho restaurant to my house. Still have to walk 15 blocks though.
  12. Superchecker

    Superchecker Active Member

    New Chinese take out: MaMa Panda... Decent food... Almond Chicken, S & S Pork & their Special Fried Rice... $35... Enough for a second night... We'll order there again...
  13. Waiseelay

    Waiseelay New Member

    Seahorse cafe on kingsway. They got awesome classic hong kong cha-chan-teng food there.
  14. Aly

    Aly Guest

    Ate at The Ticket bar and grill. I really enjoyed it I had a buy on get one free appy. So I tried the chilli chicken and mini burgers. The chilli chicken is one of my favorite dishes now. I really like the burgers to they were very juciy and have a very creamy sauce on it. I thought the service was pretty good to all in all I had a good experence
  15. milquetoast

    milquetoast Senior Member

    How does it compare to BT Cafe in the same area?
  16. Night Of GuardianS

    Night Of GuardianS Active Member

    Had a wonderful dinner with my friend at the Bridges Restaurant on Granville Island. The burgers were not as big as the ones from Prospect Point Cafe at Stanley Park. $20 for a burger was quite expensive and the Green Salad and their Bridges burger were not as good as the Caesar Salad and Lookout burger from Prospect Point Cafe. Overall it was a nice restaurant with really comfortable seats. Next time that I dine at Granville Island I would choose a different restaurant though.


  17. milquetoast

    milquetoast Senior Member

    Had this again, their stone bowl rice dishes are tasty. Not cheap, but good food. Only complaint is that the tea was too dilute this time.

    Asked the waitress what the blue liquid stuff in the decorative glass was. It's gatorade so the shredded daikon is edible :p.
  18. Night Of GuardianS

    Night Of GuardianS Active Member

    The teriyaki chicken from the Lonsdale Quay food court was not very good. Most terrible teriyaki chicken.
  19. milquetoast

    milquetoast Senior Member


    Bestie in Chinatown
    Wieners were great, fries were standard and the curry ketchup was neat. Overpriced for what it was though. Service was kind of absent and a little pretentious.

    They have some good beers at a fabulous price during happy hour.
    $2 for 8 0z, $3 for 12 oz and $6 for a 24 oz.
  20. honeycomb

    honeycomb Junior Member

    Take any photos?

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