Breka Bakery & Cafe – 4th Avenue

Probably my favourite chain bakery/cafe in Vancouver is Breka Bakery. They have a very good selection of tasty cakes, cookies, donuts, and other pastries, as well as breads, sandwiches and savoury items. They have several locations in Vancouver, with the closest one to my house being the one on Fraser. More recently, I’ve visited their Kits location, which is on 4th Avenue near Alma. Having only tried their cakes before, I decided to sample a few of their savoury items, including a Chicken Pot Pie and a Green Onion Cheddar Scone. Of course, I couldn’t resist their cakes: I got a White Chocolate Raspberry Cheesecake, a Pistachio Ganache, and a German Chocolate Cake.

Chicken Pot Pie ($6.75):


4/5
This contained chicken, potatoes, carrots, peas and corn topped with puff pastry. They heat the pie up for you, and I received mine piping hot. I found the pastry to be a bit soggy, but still tasty. The chicken stew was delicious however: thick, creamy with a great savoury flavour. I did find there to be a bit too little chicken however.

White Chocolate Raspberry Cheesecake ($4.75):


4/5
The cheesecake was thick and creamy, and had a great flavour from the white chocolate as well as a fragrance from the raspberry. The crust on the bottom was actually on the crispier side, and had a nice toasted flavour. I would have liked the raspberry to be a bit more tart to help balance the sweetness from the chocolate. While I did not have any issues with the cake itself, I did find the whipped cream topping to have a slight freezer-burned flavour. This is still a very tasty cheesecake however.

Green Onion Cheddar Scone ($3.25):

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Green Onion Cheddar Scone

3.5/5
The scone had a nice savoury flavour and a great fragrance from the onions. It was a bit crumbly for my liking, and not as moist as the scone that I had from Beyond Bread, but still quite soft and tender.

Pistachio Ganache ($4.75):


3.5/5
This consisted of chocolate cake and chocolate pistachio mousse, and is topped with ganache. The layers of cake were very tender and moist while the mousse was luscious, with the pistachio having a nice and not overly artificial fragrance. The ganache was quite sweet, and not waxy. Unfortunately, the cake did have a slightly off, freezer-burned flavour that was a bit distracting.

German Chocolate Cake ($4.75):


4.5/5
This consisted of chocolate cake layered with pecans and coconut, and covered in ganache. The cake was a bit more dense here, but still quite soft. The coconut and pecans provided a great fragrance as well as texture, while the ganache was once again sweet without being waxy. This is definitely one of their better cakes.

I’m quite impressed by the food at Breka Bakery: both their savoury and their sweet options proved to be tasty. Their prices are also fairly reasonable. I’d definitely recommend checking this place out.

Summary:
Food: 4/5
Price: 4/5
Service: N/A
Overall: 4/5
Recommendations: Chicken Pot Pie, White Chocolate Raspberry Cheesecake, German Chocolate Cake
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Beyond Bread Artisan Bakery

Not too long ago, I got dragged onto a retreat with the rest of my  lab members to Chilliwack. It was a couple of hours long drive, which is extended by the fact that they made a stop at some vineyard along the way to do some wine tasting (I didn’t partake since I hate the taste of alcohol). Fortunately, there were plenty of snacks to help pull us through, including a bag of baked goods from Beyond Bread. Of course, I couldn’t take too much food as it was meant to be shared between everyone, but I was able to try a scone and really enjoyed it, so much so that I decided to visit this bakery this week. In addition to their Cheddar & Green Onion Scone, I also got a Grilled Cheese Sandwich, Pain au Chocolat, and Monkey Bread. I also picked up an Almond Croissant for my mom.

Grilled Cheese Sandwich ($6):


3.5/5
According to their site, this contained aged cheddar, emmental, sharp provolone on Country bread. The sandwich was a good size and had a pretty generous amount of filling, and was quite rich. I did find the cheese to be a bit too sharp and pungent for my liking – I personally would liked a bit milder cheese. The bread was nicely toasted and tender near the centre, although I did find it to be a bit too hard near the edges and hurt my mouth a bit.

Pain au Chocolat ($3.50):


3/5
The pastry was buttery, and had a nice bit of saltiness. I found the outer layer to be a bit on the chewy side, and not flaky enough for my liking. The chocolate was good quality and was not waxy. Not the best croissant I’ve had, but still tasty.

Cheddar & Green Onion Scone ($3):


4/5
The scone was rich and had a great savoury flavour and fragrance from the onions. The interior is incredibly moist and tender. It is a bit on the salty side; while I personally really enjoy the salt, it may get a bit overwhelming for some others after several bites.

Monkey Bread ($3.75):


3/5
This consisted of pieces of croissants baked together with cinnamon sugar and orange peel. The dough was pretty soft and buttery, and was mildly sweet with a nice fragrance from the cinnamon. While I liked the flavour of the orange, I find the pieces of zest they used to be too large and slightly bitter.

Almond Croissant ($4.25):

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Almond Croissant

N/A
I didn’t have this; my mom did. She really enjoyed it though and said that it was made with quality ingredients.

I’m really glad to have the scone again from Beyond Bread; it isn’t a treat that I normally order and after having tried it, it is something that I’m likely going to get more often. The rest of the food I tried was decent, though nothing particularly memorable. The prices are fairly reasonable. All in all, while I wasn’t exactly blown away by Beyond Bread, I did enjoy their food enough, and I do think that the place is worth a visit if you are in the area.

Summary:
Food: 3.5/5
Price: 4/5
Service: N/A
Overall: 3.5/5
Recommendations: Grilled Cheese Sandwich, Cheddar & Green Onion Scone, Almond Croissant
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Al Basha – Kits

I’m a complete carnivore. I LOVE my meat. I seriously cannot imagine living without meat…until my recent trip to Al Basha. They are a donair shop with currently three locations in Vancouver (West Broadway, Kits, and Davie); unfortunately however, their Broadway location appears to be closing soon. In addition to their regular menu, which is small and consists of donair wraps and plates, they do also have specials on wraps that change every day of the week. Since it was Thursday, their Lamb Donair wrap was on special for $6.75 (regular $8.60). I got the latter, as well as a Falafel wrap.

Lamb Donair Wrap ($6.75 on Thursdays, $8.60):


4/5
The wrap contained hummus, tzatziki, hot sauce, lettuce, tomatoes, onions and a very generous amount of lamb. The lamb itself was tender and juicy, and very well-seasoned and flavourful with just the right amount of spice. It did have a slightly gamey taste that was not unpleasant, just present so that you know what the meat is. All the vegetables were very fresh and the sauces all blended perfectly to lend great flavour to the wrap.

Falafel Wrap ($7.40, $5.70 on Tuesdays):


5/5
The wrap contained the same ingredients as the lamb wrap, but just with three falafels in place of the meat. I’ve never had a falafel before, and all I can say is, I seriously need to order them more often. They were just spectacular: crunchy on the outside, soft, tender and juicy on the inside, and incredibly well-seasoned with the perfect amount of spice and heat. Again, all the vegetables were fresh and the sauces were flavourful.

I loved the food at Al Basha. While the lamb donair was delicious, the falafel wrap was just outstanding. Seriously, while I’m certainly not going to be giving up meat any time soon, if circumstances do arise and all meat is gone, these falafels just might pull me through. I highly recommend checking this place out for some quality, reasonably priced, and relatively healthy food (just hope that they don’t close any more locations).

Summary:
Food: 4.5/5
Price: 4/5
Service: N/A
Overall: 4.5/5
Recommendations: Falafels, Lamb Donair Wrap
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Deacon’s Corner – Gastown

I love French toast, I love fried chicken, I love pulled pork. Thus, when I heard about the Big Mounties, which consists of three pieces of French toast layered with fried chicken and pulled pork, along with swiss cheese and two eggs for good measure, I just HAD to try it. The dish can be found at Deacon’s Corner, a casual diner specializing in American comfort food. They have two locations, one in Kits and one in Gastown. I’ve visited their Kits location several months ago and decided to check out their Gastown location. In addition to the Big Mounties, I also had their Souther Belly Biscuit.

Big Mounties ($15.50):


4/5
This consisted of three slices of French toast sandwiching a layer of pulled pork and a piece of fried chicken, and was topped with two eggs. I LOVED the French toast: they were soft and fluffy with a wonderful sweet fragrance of cinnamon. The fried chicken was not the greatest: even though it was reasonably juicy for white meat and well-seasoned, the breading was quite soggy. I did really enjoy their pulled pork however, which was very tender and juicy, and had a nice sweetness, which I like in my pulled pork. Personally, I’d go with their Pulled Pork Monte Cristo, which is a similar dish but missing the top layer of fried chicken.

Southern Belly Biscuit ($13.50):


3.5/5
This consisted of bacon, an egg, cheddar cheese, biscuits, and two sausage patties, all topped with gravy and slices of jalapeno peppers, and came with a side of hashbrowns. I found the biscuits themselves to be a bit too soft and soggy, without any discernable flavour; I actually preferred the ones from Jethros a bit more. The gravy was not overly thick/gummy, but was also a bit bland for my taste. The meat was tasty however: the bacon was quite crispy and the sausage patties were tender, juicy, and had a nice spicy flavour. The jalapenos also helped lend more flavour to the dish. I also really enjoyed their hashbrowns, which were shredded and very crispy on the outside and was also quite well-seasoned.

I quite enjoyed the dishes that I had at Deacon’s Corner. While neither are perfect, I absolutely loved their French toast and I quite enjoyed their pulled pork. The food is also very filling and the prices are reasonable. The staff is not the most attentive, but are quite friendly. All in all, this is a place that I’d highly recommend checking out for some tasty, hearty comfort food.

Summary:
Food: 4/5
Price: 4/5
Service: 3.5/5
Overall: 4/5
Recommendations: Pulled Pork Monte Cristo, French toast

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Ukrainian Village

I’ve had a few embarassing incidents when using public washrooms. Probably the worst one in recent memory occurred a few months ago at JJ Beans when I didn’t lock the door properly and a man actually walked in on me while I was on the toilet (*shudder*). In a more recent and considerably less humiliating episode, I spent quite a bit of time trying to find the light switch at Ukranian Village. I almost gave up and tried to use the bathroom with the lights off, but it was pitch dark in there and I couldn’t see anything at all. I thought about leaving the door open, but that would most likely end up resulting in another incident similar to JJ Bean. Thankfully, I was able to finally find the switch, which was located right next to the door *facepalm*.

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I must be blind 😦

But I’m not reviewing the bathroom at Ukranian Village, but the food. The restaurant, as the name suggests, is one of the few in Vancouver that specializes in Eastern European cuisine. It is located on Denman, not too far from Stanley Park. In addition to their regular menu, they also offer lunch specials. I had their One Cabbage Roll & Five Perogies off of their lunch menu and also their Chicken Paprika.

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Lunch specials

One Cabbage Roll & Five Perogies ($9.95):


3.5/5
This was offered on their lunch special menu. The perogies come in a few different varieties, I went with potato and cheddar. The perogies had a good amount of filling, which was quite savoury and flavourful, although I did find it to be a bit on the dry side. I really enjoyed the cabbage roll, which was essential like a large meatball enclosed in cabbage, and was very tender and moist, and well-seasoned and flavourful.

Chicken Paprika ($16.95):


4.5/5
This consisted of three pieces of chicken thighs and was served with dumplings and a thick sauce. The chicken was extremely tender, flavourful and came right off the bone, and by virtue of being dark meat, it was very tender and juicy. The ‘dumplings’ actually tasted exactly like Chinese mantou, and were soft, fluffy and chewy. They were bland on their own, but tasted quite good when dipped in the gravy, which was thick, savoury and flavourful.

I’m very thankful to leave Ukranian Village without another incident like the one at JJ Beans. I did also really enjoy all the food, in particular their chicken paprika (props to any restaurant who’s smart enough to use dark meat instead of white). Their prices are also fairly reasonable. This is one of the few Eastern European restaurants available in the city, and one that I’d strongly recommend checking out.

Summary:
Food: 4/5
Price: 4/5
Service: 3.5/5
Overall: 4/5
Recommendations: Cabbage Roll, Chicken Paprika
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Maple Leaf Bakery

I hate hearing about small local businesses having to close their doors. Not too long ago, I read an article stating that Maple Leaf Bakery, which is located in Davie Village, will soon be shutting its doors due to the owners being unable to afford current rent rates. Strangely though, I noticed that the article was written the previous year, and as of right now Maple Leaf Bakery is still operating. I don’t know if the owners have somehow managed to reach a new deal with their landlords or if the closure is just being delayed. Not wanting to risk never having tried this shop before it shuts down, I decided to check it out recently. They have quite a big selection of cookies, cakes, donuts, and other treats. I ended up getting an assortment of cakes (Double Chocolate, Carrot, Mocha Cream, Lamington, Belgian Chocolate and Chocolate) as well as a Cinnamon Bun.

Double Chocolate Cake ($3.50):


3.5/5
This cosnsited of layers of chocolate cake sandwiching chocolate icing. The cake itself was quite tender and moist, and seemed to have a slight fermented/alcohol flavour. The icing was the standard variety made from icing sugar, and was a bit on the sweeter side, but was still enjoyable.

Carrot Cake ($2.40):


4/5
The cake was quite moist, with a good amount of carrots, raisins, and nuts. The icing was standard, with a bit of tang. This was a very simple and basic cake, but done quite well.

Cinnamon Bun ($3.45):


3/5
The bun, although cold, was still quite tender and fluffy. It was very flavourful, having a generous amount of cinnamon sugar and raisins. I was not the biggest fan of the icing, which was just a simple sugar variety, and not cream cheese.

Lamington ($2.40):


4/5
This is a coconut cake coated in chocolate and more coconuts. The cake was dense but moist. The chocolate had great flavour and was not waxy, while the coconut provided a great fragrance.

Belgian Chocolate Cake ($2.40):


4/5
This contained chocolate cake coated in a shell of chocolate. The cake was tender and moist and the chocolate was not waxy.

Mocha Cream Cake ($3.25):


3/5
The cake was quite tender and moist. The icing didn’t seem to have much flavour other than sweetness. I also found the cake to have a slightly weird, fermented/alcoholic smell that was a tad off-putting though not terrible offensive.

Chocolate Cake ($3.25):


3.5/5
The cake was a bit hard and dense, but still quite moist. AS with the mocha cream cake, I found the icing to be a bit one-note in flavour, and the cake to have an odd fermented/alcoholic smell to it. I did enjoy it a bit more than the mocha cake however.

I’m glad to have checked out Maple Leaf Bakery. The food, though not outstanding, were still enjoyable and the prices are very reasonable. Considering that the future of this shop appears to be currently uncertain, I’d recommend visiting them in case they shut down.

Summary:
Food: 3.5/5
Price: 4.5/5
Service: N/A
Overall: 4/5
Recommendations: Lamington, Belgian Chocolate Cake, Carrot Cake
Maple Leaf Bakery Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato

Crave India

I don’t eat wraps enough. I really should. Not because they are ‘healthy’ – the reason why I didn’t eat wraps was because I thought that they’d be too healthy and boring – but because, as I learned from a recent trip to Crave India, they can be awesome. The latter is a small shop located on Granville Street serving up a small menu of popular Indian dishes. Even though they have a few seats, most of the people get takeout from here. During my visit, I had a Veggie Samosa, Butter Chicken on Rice Bowl, and Chicken Naan Wrap.

Veggie Samosa ($1.75):


3.5/5
The samosas aren’t made on order, and the one that I received was wram, but not hot. However, it was still quite tasty, and contained a nice amount of spiced potatoes. The surrounding pastry was also crisp and had a nice flakiness that I quite enjoyed.

Curry on Rice Bowl (Butter Chicken, $8):


4/5
The curry contained several large pieces of butter chicken. They appear to use at least some dark meat, which was naturally more tender and juicy. The sauce was thick, creamy and quite flavourful, with just enough heat to make me sweat a bit. The basmati rice was also well-cooked and maintained a nice bit of chew even after being covered by the sauce. The portion size was not very big – more of a snack than a meal – but since it’s $8, I can’t really complain.

Chicken Naan Wrap ($8):


5/5
The wrap was filled with masala chicken, lettuce and some other vegetables. I freaking LOVED this. The naan was warm and fresh and was filled with tender pieces of chicken that were coated in a delicious curry sauce. The lettuce and other vegetables were fresh and crisp. The wrap did get a little soggy from all the sauce, but was still delicious. It was also a pretty generous size, and well worth the $8.

I really enjoyed the food at Crave India, in particular their naan wrap, which has really made me rethink my current view on wraps. The prices are also more than reasonable. All in all, this is a place that I’d highly recommend checking out.

Summary:
Food: 4/5
Price: 4.5/5
Service: N/A
Overall: 4/5
Recommendations: Curry on Rice Bowl, Chicken Naan Wrap
Crave India Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato

Lucy’s Eastside Diner

I’ve never watched I Love Lucy’s. However, I can say that I love Lucy’s Eastside Diner. The latter is a casual, 24-hour joint located on Main Street, not far from Broadway that serves up a menu of casual diner breakfast, lunch, and dinner items. During my visit, I had their Pulled Pork Pancakes and Mac N Cheese with Bacon.

P.S. They also have a pretty epic and tasty-looking eating challenge (Uncle Grant).

Pulled Pork Pancakes ($10):


4/5
This came with three pancakes, a small dollop of pulled pork, a side of hashbrowns, and an egg. The pancakes were a tad flat and chewy, but still tasty, and contained some pulled pork baked in the middle. The pulled pork was quite tender and flavourful, with a nice sweetness that I really enjoyed – I did find it to have a slightly pungent spice that I didn’t particularly care for. I really enjoyed the hashbrowns, which were like small diced fries, and were very crispy on the outside while tender on the inside.

Mac N Cheese + Bacon ($9.25 + $3):


4/5
The noodles were well-coated in a rich, creamy sauce, as well as a good amount of cheese. I did find the noodles themselves to be a bit too soft. The dish on its own was also a bit on the bland side and could use more salt/seasoning. However, the addition of the bacon really helped add flavour to the dish.

The quite enjoyed the food at Lucy’s Eastside Diner. Service was casual but friendly. All in all, after my visit, I can say that I left saying “I Love Lucy”. I highly recomend checking this joint out if you are in the mood for some hearty comfort food at bargain prices.

Summary:
Food: 4/5
Price: 5/5
Service: 3.5/5
Overall: 4/5
Recommendations: Pulled Pork Pancakes, Mac N Cheese (get it with bacon)
Lucy's Eastside Diner Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato

Pacifico Pizzeria & Ristorante (Smithe)

I’m both a pervert and quite immature. Thus, when I saw some mildly erotic paintings on the bathroom doors of a restaurant, I really could not resist but take a few photos….

If you’re wondering where you can find these paintings, they are at Pacifico Pizza & Restaurante. The latter is an Italian joint with two locations, one on Davie and the other on Smithe. I visited their Smithe location during lunchtime, where they served lunch specials that comes with a choice of a salad or soup. I got their 10″ The Gorgon Pizzetta and their Gnocchi Rosa. Unfortunately, they were out of soup during the day that I visited, so I ended up going with their two salads (Caesar and Giardino; yes, I actually ate salads – two in fact).

10″ Specialty Pizzetta (The Gorgon, Caesar Salad, $15.95):


4/5
The pizzas that they serve at the Neapolitan wood-fired variety. I could really taste the gorgonzola, which had a nice strong pungent flavour (in a good way) as well as tanginess and richness. The salami also provided a great saltiness and spice, while the mushrooms had a great fragrance. The pizza crust was also very good, and was quite crispy, and nice and cruncy around the edges. The accompanying Caesar salad was standard, but fresh, and came in a fairly large bowl.

Gnocchi Rosa (Giardino Salad, $13.95):


4/5
The gnocchi was soft and slightly chewy, and had a nice savoury flavour to them. They were covered in a tangy, but creamy and flavourful tomato sauce. I was somewhat disappointed by the portion size however; it was quite small and more of a side dish for me than an actual meal. The Giardino salad was fresh, and came with a nice oily dressing.

Although I’m quite disappointed about being ‘forced’ to eat my arch nemesis (aka salad), I did quite enjoy the rest of their food. The prices that they have for their lunch specials are fairly reasonable (although I do find their pasta portions to be pretty small). The service seems to vary: the lady I got was a bit stiff and inattentive, but some of the other servers appear to be more friendly. All in all, I’d recommend checking this restaurant out for their erotic bathroom art tasty Italian food.

Summary:
Food: 4/5
Price: 4/5
Service: 3.5/5
Overall: 4/5
Recommendations: The Gorgon Pizza, Gnocchi Rosa
Pacifico Pizzeria Ristorante Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato

Western Lake Chinese Seafood Restaurant

I’ve learned from hard experience never to engage in a political conversation with my parents, not unless I’m trying to induce a stroke. Don’t get me wrong; I love my parents, but they are terrible people in my opinion. Until I win the lottery or the Vancouver housing market finally collapses I’m just going to have to put up with their constant barrage of ignorant bigotry.

I did not complain when they decided to invite some family friends over to Western Lake Chinese Seafood, a restaurant that I’ve personally sworn off of because they serve shark fin on their menu. I do try to be more open when it comes to food. While I personally think that sharkfinning is a deplorable practice, I do acknowledge that a lot of vegetarians and vegans probably find my love for eating meat to be disgusting as well. So while I’d never support a restaurant that serves shark fin, I’m not going give people s*** if they do either (I’m only going to be silently judging you). Fortunately, my parents at least did not order the shark fin soup from the menu. Instead, we got Beijing Duck (2 courses), Diced Beef Tenderloin with Mushroom on Sizzling Plate, Western Lake Specialty Garlic Ribs, Prawns with Honey Glazed Walnuts & Dressing, Egg Tofu with Dried Scallops & Enoki Mushroom, and Seafood and Golden Corn Fried Rice.

Beijing Duck ($53.80):


3/5
This consisted of two courses, with the first consisting of the skin and crepe wraps, and the second of meat and lettuce wraps. I, of course, enjoyed crepe wraps much more than the lettuce. I found their duck skin to be not as crispy as I would have liked, and also a bit bland. I actually found myself enjoying the crepes and hoisin sauce more than the meat itself.

Diced Beef Tenderloin with Mushroom on Sizzling Plate ($22.80):

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Diced Beef Tenderloin with Mushroom on Sizzling Plate

3/5
This contained three types of mushrooms: button, shiitake, and enoki. The beef itself was reasonably tender and had a nice, flavourful sauce that was quite peppery. I was not as a big a fan of the button mushrooms however, which were served whole and were a bit bland.

Western Lake Specialty Garlic Ribs ($18.80):

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Western Lake Specialty Garlic Ribs

4/5
The ribs were very meaty, with little bone, and had a nice crispy texture without being overly breaded. The sauce was thick and coated the ribs nicely, and was not overly sweet, although I did find it to be a bit bland.

Prawns with Honey Glazed Walnuts & Dressing ($23.80):

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Prawns with Honey Glazed Walnuts & Dressing

4/5
The prawns had a nice, bouncy texture and a mildly sweet as well as savoury flavour. My favourite part of the dish however has to be the walnuts, which were crispy and sweet, with a wonderful fragrance. I could have just eaten a plate of those: they were seriously quite addictive.

Egg Tofu with Dried Scallops & Enoki Mushroom ($18.80):

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Egg Tofu with Dried Scallops & Enoki Mushroom Enter a caption

3.5/5
I’m normally not a big fan of tofu, but I did quite enjoy this dish. The tofu had a great texture, being a bit crispy on the outside while soft and creamy on the inside. The scallops and mushrooms provided a great savoury flavour.

Seafood and Golden Corn Fried Rice ($20.80):

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Seafood and Golden Corn Fried Rice

3/5
The rice was quite well cooked and had a bouncy, slightly chewy texture to them. It was mildly savoury and had a small amount of shrimp, eggs, and vegetables.

Complimentary Red Bean Soup:

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Complimentary Red Bean Soup (not a fan :()

Personal views aside, Western Lake Chinese Seafood is decent, though not particularly remarkable. The restaurant is a bit more high end, so the prices are a little higher. All in all, while I certainly don’t plan on returning again, this is a pretty decent place for some Cantonese cuisine.

Summary:
Food: 3.5/5
Price: 3.5/5
Service: 3/5
Overall: 3.5/5
Recommendations: Western Lake Specialty Garlic Ribs, Prawns with Honey Glazed Walnuts & Dressing
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