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    a pork-bone-potato-hot-pot-soup coupon for you folks to enjoy :-)
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    Thanks Marky... You make me hungry again (20 min after lunch).

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    Lazy: you are mostly welcome

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    Quote Originally Posted by Break-My-String
    Pending which part of Greater Vancouver you are thing of for all-you-can-eat sushi, I heard there was a great place on Cambie near King Edward.

    Otherwise there are 3 a-y-c-e sushi restaurants at Metrotown, one near Red Robins, one across from TGIF (beside the escalators to the theatres), and one near the Bay.

    There is also one at the Westminster Quay which gives you an optional $1 or $2 more for a-y-c-e sashimi.

    Cheers!
    I wouldn't recommend Shushuiya (thats the one near the bay) if you are looking for sashimi as your main course. They offer a small limit per person but if you do decide to go, read the small fonts on the paper carefully because it costs you extra if you ordered outside the limit. Also the service isn't that great they often mix up their orders and give you unordered food... stuffing you up with other things... did i mention there is a penalty for food not eaten (only if its lots of food gone to waste though). On the other hand their cooked food, such as chicken teriyaki is enormous.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nephrus
    I wouldn't recommend Shushuiya (thats the one near the bay) if you are looking for sashimi as your main course. They offer a small limit per person but if you do decide to go, read the small fonts on the paper carefully because it costs you extra if you ordered outside the limit. Also the service isn't that great they often mix up their orders and give you unordered food... stuffing you up with other things... did i mention there is a penalty for food not eaten (only if its lots of food gone to waste though). On the other hand their cooked food, such as chicken teriyaki is enormous.
    hmm, i didnt know eating involve so much politic and regulation

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    wow, so much food talk! We've got many connoisseurs in this forum! I guess I won't die of hunger.
    I'm sooooo dizzy from all the suggestions...

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    It is the "Top Gun Sushi at The Quay "... good one, esp. the sushi and sashimi; make your reservations....:-)

    230-810 Quayside Drive, New Westminster, BC V3M6B9
    (604) 526-3833
    (604) 517-0293 (fax)

    http://business.superpages.ca/superm...=BC&zip=V3M6B9
    Last edited by Marky; 04-14-2006 at 02:24 PM.

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    After a stomach full of sushi and sashimi, try your daily luck at the next door casino on the boat :-)

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    now you know Cooler ... now you know heheh

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marky
    It is the "Top Gun Sushi at The Quay "... good one, esp. the sushi and sashimi; make your reservations....:-)

    230-810 Quayside Drive, New Westminster, BC V3M6B9
    (604) 526-3833
    (604) 517-0293 (fax)

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    Marky, are you coming with us? to show us the way of course

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    ..... ;-)........

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    Not too sure but I think that one is accessible by skytrain.

    Quote Originally Posted by Marky
    It is the "Top Gun Sushi at The Quay "... good one, esp. the sushi and sashimi; make your reservations....:-)

    230-810 Quayside Drive, New Westminster, BC V3M6B9
    (604) 526-3833
    (604) 517-0293 (fax)

    http://business.superpages.ca/superm...=BC&zip=V3M6B9

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    Yeah, that kinda sucked. My first time there and already it managed to turn me off sashimi and sushi for good... at least the all-you-can-eat-ones.

    For great high class Japanese cuisine, a friend of mine recommended Tojo's near cambie and broadway. I think you only go there for special occasions since they could easily go up to $75/person. Also, there's another joint called Shinji... more details on that later.

    Quote Originally Posted by Nephrus
    I wouldn't recommend Shushuiya (thats the one near the bay) if you are looking for sashimi as your main course. They offer a small limit per person but if you do decide to go, read the small fonts on the paper carefully because it costs you extra if you ordered outside the limit. Also the service isn't that great they often mix up their orders and give you unordered food... stuffing you up with other things... did i mention there is a penalty for food not eaten (only if its lots of food gone to waste though). On the other hand their cooked food, such as chicken teriyaki is enormous.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cappy75
    ...For great high class Japanese cuisine...Tojo's...
    Going to Tojo's for sushi requires you to enjoy the "fine art of sushi", it's quality not quantity!

    Quite a well know establishment especially for Hollywood North movie stars.

    Cheers!

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    be prepared to pay 7 dollars for a piece of sushi at Tojo's. Sushi Garden on Kingsway is not all you can eat but the quality is very good..but it gets pretty crowded.

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    Sushi garden has HUGE pieces and the price isn't that bad either. If you are familiar with Samurai across from Oakridge, its about the same portion in sashimi but i have heard the quality of freshness in the food can be debatable about Samurai.

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    Silly me! I forgot about "Fish on Rice" all-you-can-eat on the NW corner of Kingsway & Willingdon (2 blocks west of Metrotown on Kingsway).

    It had the second best (IMO) beef sashimi I had ever tasted! Badrad had favourable comments when I first referred him to the restaurant!

    The only minor point was, last November, after my BMS tournament, a group of us went to the restaurant only to find out it had lost its liquor license!!!

    If alcohol is a concern, it is best to call to make sure it has got its license back!

    Cheers!

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