Aldergrove is a community in the Township of Langley within British Columbia, Canada, approximately 59 km east of Vancouver. The community is urban in nature and, although not incorporated as a town, is often referred to as one.
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4.5 based on 436 reviews
I had been told really great things about Spice and being a curry lover thought we’d give this a go. I did book but on arrival the restaurant was empty although it was 6pm so early.
Restaurant clean but cold so that was slightly off putting. We were shown to our table by a very polite member of staff and hubby and I ordered the Cobra beer on draft.
Quick Delivery of our pints and we straight away ordered.
Chicken Makyani for hubby was definitely not what he was used to it was so very sweet and bright red in colour.
I ordered the vegetable curry and pilau rice with both and garlic Nann with popadomms and chutneys to start.
Food was nice and as we learnt from the lovely bar man all chefs are different and one may be from Pakistan and another from Deli and they all have their own interpretations of western dishes so you will rarely get the same dish in restaurants.
All nice and tasty but not the wow factor we were expecting.
£41.00 for two mains with cobra beer for two and popadomms so not that bad.
A good curry house but not the greatest for us.
4.5 based on 1 reviews
Pleasant environment; service good; menu potentially interesting, but let down by the quality of their meat. Two of us had the rib-eye; both were tough and tasteless. No excuse for that.
Chips weren’t great either, to be honest – and the meals would have benefited from a bit more colour and variety on the plate. As it is, the dish looks very sparse – steak in the middle (a bit of spinach hidden underneath); and one of those ridiculous little pots that everybody insists on serving your chips in nowadays.
4.5 based on 640 reviews
Always loved to visit this place but noticed lately that have cut down their portions.
The food is good but definitely not good value fir money
4.5 based on 213 reviews
Telephone 028 9448 8666
Elaine, Linda and I The food was very tasty and quite authentic The staff were very helpful , polite and quick ?
4.5 based on 307 reviews
Opened in 1982 by the then Lord Mayor Tom Patton, The Welcome Restaurant is the longest established family run Chinese Restaurant in Northern Ireland.
We first discovered The Welcome a few months ago having read some wonderful reviews and we weren't disappointed! Everything from the food, the setting and the attentive staff was fantastic. We have been back several times as a couple, with friends and with family and the atmosphere has always been relaxed and welcoming. Nothing is to much trouble even when you have a fussy eater to cater for!
They certainly live up to their name!
4.5 based on 1 reviews
My boyfriend and I have been to this restaurant multiple times! The atmosphere is beautiful and the service is always brilliant. The poppadoms at the start are beautiful and we always get the butter chicken for mains! Really recommend to anyone!
4.5 based on 206 reviews
I would regularly visit West to grab a salad or a Sandwich during my lunch, as it is within walking distance of the office. The first thing to note about West is that the queue at lunchtime is manic, as it is within walking distance of not just my office, but quite a lot of offices and shops in town. The premises is very small, and not at all designed to cope with the amount of customers that visit between 12.30pm and 2pm. In the queue, you will often have to duck out of the way of food service coming from the kitchen and used crockery being taken back in. The ordering process involves shouting over others across the counter to make yourself heard over all of the other customers doing exactly the same.
When you do get the food, it is decent. The salads are well dressed and come in large portions. The Buffalo Chicken wrap is a winner as well. It is by no means expensive, but it is not cheap. There are better options in Belfast city centre, but if it is healthy food you're craving, West could be an option.
4.5 based on 785 reviews
The Kathmandu is a New restaurant in Belfast offers Nepalese and Indian food. The Kathmandu Kitchen would be an inspiring ethnic restaurant, would offers a unique dining experience combining an intriguing atmosphere with excellent, healthy Nepalese food and excellent services in Belfast.
We were staying in Belfast for work and didn't fancy the expensive hotel food so we took a ten minute walk to visit here. It was a good choice. We had momos for a starter and they were very tasty. Our curries were flavourful and...MoreDear Guest, Thank you very much for your positive review about our food and service. Your feedback would help us to maintain high standard in customer service. Thank you and hope to see you again soon! Kind regards,
4.5 based on 159 reviews
Browns has a very warm atmosphere with welcoming and friendly staff. There is an outdoor Seating area where your little fur babies are welcome... The coffee I must say is the best in Ballyclare and the caramel square are amazing... Would recommend browns to all my friends and family... We have visited on a number of occasions with larges family groups and the food has always been served together.
4.5 based on 1 reviews
Holohan's is a family owned Irish restaurant situated on the Belfast Barge and permanently moored beside the Waterfront theatre and Queens Bridge in the heart of Belfast City. Holohan's unusual and picturesque setting is the perfect accompaniment to the unique dining experience, based around great Irish produce, recipes and warm, genuine Irish hospitality. Using classic recipes, updated with modern cooking techniques and some of the best local ingredients, the chefs at Holohan's produce food that is both nostalgic and contemporary. There is also a real focus on locally sourced craft beer, ale and cider, and a great selection of some unusual Irish whiskey's. As a family Holohan's has valued their gift for hospitality through three generations, the current owners grandmother, Sabina Holohan , encouraged the family to welcome guests "as if it were visiting your home." With modern life accelerating at such a fast pace, we often forget that the most important part of hospitality is to be hospitable, something for which the Irish have been renowned the world over. While there is an informal and relaxed ambience at Holohan's, the staff is nevertheless consummately professional, with a fantastic knowledge of our food, drinks and provenance. The Irish have a rich and wonderful culinary heritage, our extensive research has gathered a wealth of cooking methods, recipes and techniques from the last three hundred years. Many of the dishes on our menu have a weight of history behind them and have been passed on down through the generations. From the peasant food of the North West born out of hardship and necessity which gave us dishes like Craibechan, a delicious savory porridge made from pearl Barley and of course the house specialty, BOXTY, which comes from the traditional word bacstai or aran bocht ti meaning 'poor house bread'. Boxty on the griddle, And Boxty on the pan; The wee one in the middle Is for Mary Ann.[ Our goals are to provide and champion our particular brand of food and service in a relaxed and visually striking setting. While we celebrate Irish culture, we try to do so without resorting to Irish cliches, we feel the "Irish-ness" comes from the welcome, the hospitality and the wealth of history contained within our menu. At Holohan's, we aim to work in a transparent and ethical manner, ranging from the treatment of the animals that provide our meat, to sourcing sustainable fish and using seasonal, locally grown fruit and vegetables. Fast becoming known around the world for the quality of our produce, our little Island is becoming known as the larder of Europe, and what better way to demonstrate and celebrate this then using Irish produce to cook Irish food. Holohan's is the perfect place to enjoy this resurgence in Irish cuisine, and more than just food, we aim to give a good night out! We hope to see you soon, Holohan's at the Barge
Not much choices on dishes but all of them sounded very appealing.
Finally chose the white wine fish boxtry which was a great option for 10£, crispy out, tasty in, just as we like it !
Nice serving woman, along with barge atmosphere and very soft prices make it a great place to eat at.
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