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Old 01-21-2015, 06:43 PM   #51
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glad to see my review changed a few nit picks on the menu :P

that matcha mousse looks soooooo good right now.
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A heads-up to anyone going to Hapa Izakaya (Coal Harbour, at least) with a group of more than 8 people, they limit the number of Dine Out orders that can be ordered per table to only 8. So if you go with 9 or more people, at least 1 person may have to order from the regular menu.

I went with 8 others yesterday and they made an exception for us to order 9. The food was great and the service was excellent. They were even willing to switch-out items that a couple of people didn't enjoy for something else despite the restaurant being at (or very close to) capacity.
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Went to Oru at the Fairmont Pacific Rim.

Pretty good - very good beet salad starter (the Nicoise salad was good too). The lightly smoked seared salmon was excellent while my braised beef cheeks were good but a bit salty. We ordered a side of fingerling potatoes and wild mushrooms - the potatoes were nice but the mushrooms were quite salty. Sides weren't necessary since the servings are fairly decent sized.

It's not hard to rack up a big bill there if you are a drinker since the cocktails around $16-20 ea. The place works best for non-drinkers.

For $38 it's was pretty good but not top of my list (I liked Hawkworth's DineOut better).
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Cork and Fin dineout

Atmosphere was not too bad, but it made a poor attempt at making it a fine dining restaurant, spacing was dense, tables were small and I felt a bit claustrophobic lol. I recall near knocking the table over when I stood up to go to the washroom...

Food however, was delicious! I got a dozen oysters, and they were very fresh. Steak was decent as well, but definitely go for the char fish for main course. I think it's one of the rare locations that offers a 3 course combo for $28, so basically no dessert which was awesome for me because I'm not too big on desserts.
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