Thread: Darth's Xmas Visit to Vancouver
12-24-2006, 02:25 PM #18Originally Posted by wood_22_chuck
Hananoki Japanese Resturant Cafe
#110 & 120 3679 Westminister Hwy., Richmond
(Terra Nova Village)
Last edited by Matt; 12-24-2006 at 02:30 PM.
12-24-2006, 02:42 PM #19
Shui Sa Ya--I think that's how you spell it??!! It's in metrotown neear the bay. It's 10 bucks--all you can eat ang night time it's a little more expensive but my friends say it's even better. Call them..I don't know there phone number or address but if you search metrotown on the net and search for shops then yeah..
12-24-2006, 02:56 PM #20
Hmmmm. I believe most of the asian high-class resturants in Richmond!!
12-24-2006, 03:04 PM #21
Beauty!!! I'm used to paying around $25 for two hours of all you can eat Sushi/Sashimi. Love the red tuna and Salmon the most. I may even try a couple places.
Dink - I'm still playing with the Forza Super Power 9000. They haven't made them in a few years and I have only two left. Very hard hitting iso-racquet. I have a Proace Ti-11 as a backup but the thing is pretty whippy.
Pete- yeah we had a slugfest going with "da brothers". Think Howie and I can give the big guns a tough time at C2 if I'm even able to be half mobile. I'm good to play again after wednesday, so let me know what you're up to.
Pete may have a twicth having to string my racquets well below his 32 x 33 range.
12-24-2006, 03:08 PM #22Originally Posted by Matt
12-24-2006, 03:35 PM #23
You can go to Kirin Restaurant as well for chinses dim sum or dinner.
12-24-2006, 03:40 PM #24
Dan, the Forza Super Power 9000 is not for you. The shaft is too soft.
C2 . Count me in too if my knees held up .
Actually, I have strung as low as 18 lbs X 19.8 lbs. Oh, you missed 2.2 lbs on the cross .
Originally Posted by ViningWolff
12-24-2006, 03:46 PM #25
I went there once with a friend and totally hated it. That restaurant turn me off all-you-can-eat sushi for good. A few lessons I learnt from that experience.
1. Sushi is all about quality.
2. All-you-can-eat is better when dining with a group. You get to sample more stuff and not get penalize for not finishing your dishes.
3. Japanese folks know where to get great sushi.
I would second Wood_22_Chuck's recommendation. Tomokazu is a great place for all you can eat sushi. For quality though, Aki Restaurant in downtown vancouver is simply the best cuz they have been around for a long time (30 years, I think).
Originally Posted by azn_123
Last edited by cappy75; 12-24-2006 at 03:51 PM.
12-24-2006, 03:46 PM #26Originally Posted by Pete LSD
vining catapult his shuttle
12-24-2006, 06:26 PM #27Originally Posted by Pete LSD
12-24-2006, 06:27 PM #28Originally Posted by cooler
12-24-2006, 06:32 PM #29Originally Posted by DinkAlot
each technique has its unique advantage
12-24-2006, 06:44 PM #30
Does that include bedroom technique?
Originally Posted by cooler
12-24-2006, 06:46 PM #31Originally Posted by Pete LSD
12-24-2006, 10:30 PM #32Originally Posted by Pete LSD
12-25-2006, 12:49 AM #33Originally Posted by cooler
12-25-2006, 01:20 AM #34
My wife won't let me have my badminton gear in our bedroom. She'd look good in BG-66.
As for my Sp's - though they are listed as mid-flex, they are as stiff as say the NS 9000 I tested.
Part of my rants about what constitutes as "stiff" ... as it is quite obvious what one company touts as stiff is acually quite flexy compared to others. The ProAce I got is more whippy than the NS-7000 though it's suppossed to be stiff.
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