3293 West 4th Avenue, Vancouver
Advice: Go with friends and share a few dishes.
With surfboards adoring the walls, large tv screens showing cartoons, old movies and the occasional game, you will have lots to amuse while you try some of the food and drink offerings. I had dinner recently and ordered some of their popular dishes, started off with Mama Ginzus Spring Rolls ($8) a good size portion with a dipping sauce; then I had the delicious Monaco Pear Panini ($7). Next was the panko breaded Druk’n Fish & Chips ($16) made with Driftwood Beer farmhand ale in the batter.
As everyone knows I always have to indulge in desserts if they are unique and different and well one of these was, the outstanding Pineapple Upside Down Cake ($5) was my over-all favourite followed by the Vanilla Bean Cupcake ($3) then the Chocolate Chili Cupcake ($3)
Review By: Richard Wolak