BT Cafe – Hong Kong Style Cafe

BT Cafe-01

Teriyaki Chicken on Rice bowl $6.25. Big huge udon soup bowl, the picture is deceiving. On

BT Cafe-02

Mix & Match combo (Pan fried chicken steak + Sole fish fillet) 2 items for $11.25, includes soup/mashed potatoes, rice or spaghetti/hot or cold drink.

BT Cafe-03

Baked Pork Chop on Rice $6.25

BT Cafe-04

December 11th, 2010. Woops D: Don’t fret though, this isn’t the only time I’ve been. I went with my friends a couple times, and my family a couple times as well. General consensus was that it’s good value for the food, and a bigger plus is the location, it’s not Richmond!

BT Cafe-05

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Dan Japanese Restaurant

$80 Omakase (per person) at Dan Japanese Restaurant. Minimum 24 hr notice, reservation required. Price can be discussed as needed to fit your budget, just ask when you phone.

Overall, we (3 of us) had a great meal here. The omakase was a mix of regular menu items and some fresh sheet stuff, and it felt as though the progression of the courses well thought out and deliberate.

  1. Spanish Mackerel
  2. Abalone
  3. Red Tuna Salad
  4. Baked Salmon Motoyaki
  5. Carrot, kakiage, scarlet runner bean tempura
  6. Sea Urchin and Crab on Sushi Rice
  7. Tuna Sashimi in Chili Oil
  8. Sushi (Prawn, Grant) and 2 kinds of Tuna Roll
  9. Homemade Buckwheat Noodles
  10. Dessert (Salted Caramel Ice Cream or Almond Tofu)

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Clubhouse Japanese Restaurant

I’m currently working my way through a backlog of old drafts and forgotten albums of restaurants, events, etc, so excuse me if these are short, void of information, or even outdated…to me, I’ll feel a lot better to have these published than languishing in the depths of the internet, never to be seen.

After winning some gift cards from a dodgeball tournament, my team came to redeem and have a celebratory 2nd winner dinner. Clubhouse is a bit of a dive, so it’s pretty much guaranteed I have a fondness for it, and the staff is so friendly it’s hard not to like it!

We ordered a variety of things to share, such as Val’s usual tuna tataki with ponzu, an assortment of rolls, some strange baked avocado with cheese, and Clubhouse’s claim to fame, okonomiyaki, aka a Japanese savoury pancake with any combination of ingredients. The quality is there, but don’t expect amazing or revolutionary, just simple food for the upcoming False Creek neighbourhood.

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