My friend had gone into Original Joe's to look at the menu several days before our lunch so I was quite eager to see what the place was all about. It took quite a while before we were given menus. The options were nicely varied...More
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Nothing fancy here but the food was good and so was the service. Located along a major street. Probably a bit overpriced for what you get but about average for Vancouver
The good thing about this place is that the menu has a lot of different options to choose from. They have lettuce wraps, burgers, butter chicken, Vietnamese soup, beef dip, pasta and on and on. My favourite is the butter chicken.
This restaurant is located at one of Vancouver's busiest crossroads: Cambie and Broadway. It is across the street from the Canada Line transit station. Given the convenient location, this is a good spot to meet friends or to start or end an evening out. We...More
This restaurant was recommended so decided to visit for lunch. Service and atmosphere was good but the quality of the food let it down. Burgers, wrap and BLT were nothing special, and the fries were lukewarm, over cooked, and tasted of stale oil.
Happy hour is 3-6 and 9-close. Highballs are $3.50. 14 oz draught is $3.75. Some of their appies are half price. My wife had 8 gyoza for $5.50. I had something called a dragon boat lettuce wraps for $6.50. Basically thai wraps but deconstructed. So...More
Second time to Vancouver in three years ,this time staying at Rosedale on Robson. Original Joes was right at our doorstep, so we decided to have dinner there on our first night( previously named Rosies).Staff were reasonably attentive ,but somewhat lacking in communication skills, or...More
First time here. The staff was quick to great me and offer me a table. They took the order after an appropriate amount of time. I did not feel rushed. They brought my order quickly. They were attentive but not intrusive, a fine balance not...More
After enjoying dinner at a nearby restaurant we decided that it would be nice to enjoy a "cold one" (or two) to wait out the evening rush our traffic. We tried phoning Original Joe's but received no response to our phone calls. Somewhat confused we...More