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4700 Kingsway (in Metropolis at Metrotown)
Burnaby, BC
(604) 435-8577

Foursquare Tips

  • One of the worst Japanese restaurant I never been.
  • If you crave AYCE then go to Kingsway Sushi down the road. It's not even fair to mention them together.
  • Fresh Slice from across welcomes you to treat yourself to a more appetizing and cheaper meal.
  • If you're craving sushi- go across the street to Sushi Garden! Deeelicious!
  • Get the original ramen for $6.95. Perfect for a pre-movie snack...=)
  • Don't bother getting anything other than sushi and sashimi. Everything else taste bad.
  • Food, average at best. Service, average at best. Overall this place is in Metropolis and that's all it really has going for it.
  • Worst service in Burnaby. Disappointing food. Nabeyaki udon tasted like water and the waitress doesn't know what shichimi is...
  • What a bad service! It doesn't matter what we'd ordered they'd bring what they want to. Is this what a "All you can eat" means ?! NO TIP 4 U ... We'll never eat here again!
  • Unfortunately the service Sucks! Waited 20 mins for them to realize they misplaced our order.
  • Kawasaki ramen and miso ramen
  • Great sushi but mediocre service.
  • Despite of what people are saying bad things about here, I am extremely happy with the experience. Food is worth the price, the waitresses are VERY happy and attentious and the atmosphere is lovely.
  • Service was slow. Appetizers arrived after mains. Vegetable teriyaki was a plate of bean sprouts. Vegetable tempura was only undercooked yam and sweet potato.
  • Awful service for ayce. The food that you order does not come and when you ask about it, the servers blame you.
  • The service is getting way better. The last few times I went for pick up or eat in the were friendly and fast and the food was good!
  • I don't think I've ever had such terrible ramen before...
  • Love the ramen, tofu and california maki. Will be back for bento!
  • Place was filthy!! Food was gross! Service was sub par to say the least.
  • Dinner with the whole family

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