January 29, 2002
I was looking for a place where i wouldn't blow too much of my tight budget but still get decent food. Turns out I found just the right place for that. I had chicken noodle soup (yummy - I am a soup junkie!), and a cheesburger with salad. It proved all my preconceptions about real American hamburgers. It was huge, and meaty (as opposed to the fast food chain versions). For those of you who are all too familiar with your local cuisine, i can say the food was good, and the price affordable. The largest section of the menu is fast food: sandwiches, pizzas, and there are a few other dishes, like pasta and soups. The staff is friendly and quick.
The restaurant seemed to be the hip place to hang out and have lunch with hip people. There were a few business people among the guests, but they tended to be the more relaxed, dotcom-era business people type.
The restaurant is located on the first floor of a building so if you sit by a window it's fun to see all the people running around on very busy Robson street. People-watching with good food -- i loved it!
From journal Vancouver with Hungarian eyes