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Tomokazu Japanese Restaurant (Part 3)

Tomokazu Japanese Restaurant (20-1128 West Broadway, Vancouver, phone 604-677-0426) is my favorite place for all you can eat sushi in Vancouver. The deluxe menu ($22.95 per person) includes many delicious items (some of which are pictured below) that one can usually find only at a-la-carte Japanese restaurants. For more photos please visit Part 2 and Part 1.

Tuna Tataki and Beef Tataki
Tuna Tataki and Beef Tataki

Ebi sunomono salad (with prawn)
Ebi sunomono salad (with prawn)

Spicy seafood cone and soft-shell-crab roll
Spicy seafood cone and soft-shell-crab roll

Assorted sushi
Assorted sushi

Assorted sushi
Assorted sushi

Assorted sashimi
Assorted sashimi

38,741 views - Posted Friday, January 18th, 2008

 

Tanpopo Japanese Restaurant (Denman)

Tanpopo Japanese Restaurant (1122 Denman Street, Vancouver, BC, phone 604-681-7777) serves “all you can eat” sushi in its downtown, West-End location. Lunch time prices are around $12 for the sushi buffet, and dinner (which features a greater selection) is around $22. Service was attentive, and the kitchen was fast, bringing our orders out quickly. The sushi tasted really good too. Tanpopo is just steps away from the English Bay beach and within walking distance of Stanley Park.

(update Jan 2, 08) Olivia writes:

Also noteworthy is the fact that you can order unlimited sashimi. I don’t eat raw fish, but for sashimi lovers, this is great news! ^_^

Pictured below are some of the items we ordered.

Pan fried gyoza
Pan fried gyoza

Ebi sunomono salad (with shrimp)
Ebi sunomono salad (with shrimp)

Salmon and tuna sashimi (raw fish)
Salmon and tuna sashimi

California roll and salmon maki sushi
California roll and salmon maki sushi

Salmon maki sushi
Salmon maki sushi

Chicken katsu (breaded chicken cutlet)
Chicken katsu (breaded chicken cutlet)

29,179 views - Posted Wednesday, January 2nd, 2008

 

Seoul House Korean Restaurant

Seoul House Korean Restaurant (map, 1215 West Broadway, Vancouver, BC, phone 604-739-9001) is one of Vancouver’s oldest Korean restaurants, and is still a favorite for many.

The main attraction here is the Korean Barbecue, where you are given raw meat and seafood to cook at the grill at your table. They also offer a buffet on Saturday and Sunday from 12pm to 4pm that is reasonably priced (under $15). During the week there are many a-la-carte items to choose from.

We ordered a really fancy dish with jellyfish (pictured below, around $15), as well as some tofu soup with egg (also pictured below, around $10). There were several tasty condiments/side dishes that were also served with the meal, including the bean sprouts, some cooked potato with a brown sugar sauce, and the famous kim-chi spicy cabbage. A large meal for two was around $21 per person.

There is free underground parking accessible at the alley behind the restaurant, off of Alder street.

Jellyfish dish
Korean Jellyfish dish

Korean Tofu soup
Korean tofu soup with egg

Bean sprouts
Korean bean sprouts

Sugar potatoes
Korean brown sugar potatoes

Korean Kim Chi
Korean Kim-Chi (spicy cabbage)

30,975 views - Posted Wednesday, October 31st, 2007