where to eat in richmond?

Old Jun 4th, 2004, 08:03 AM
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where to eat in richmond?

driving to richmond the day before our early flight home to states. staying at the fairmont airport. would like to walk around the steveston area and need suggestions for where to eat on our last night in vancouver. (sniff, sniff)
thanks, ruth
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Old Jun 4th, 2004, 10:17 AM
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Sorry - not sure whether you're looking for a restaurant in Richmond or in Vancouver? Let me know and I can make suggestions. What kind of cooking do you like?
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Assuming you want to eat in Steveston...
The Steveston Seafood House is really good.

Pappi's (fine Italian) gets v. good reviews, although I ate there once and found the service a little too overbearing. And everyone else was quite dressed up so we felt out of place - not that we were dressed like slobs, but it was much fancier than we'd exected for Steveston, which is pretty casual.
There are a number of small Greek restaurants in Steveston; my fave is
Ella's, on Chatham. Environment's a little sterile but the food is v. good and reasonable. Eckmek for dessert!!
Or if you want something very casual,
Dave's Fish and Chips is popular (on Moncton)... or head to the pier for Pajo's Fish and Chips (my preference). Nothing like sitting on a dock, in the open air, scarfing down great gobs of tartar sauce (oh yeah the fish and chips are good too).
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thanks for the suggestions! to clarify, where should we eat in richmond? casual...and we eat everything!
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For casual dining in Steveston I'd go for pretty much either of the wharf-side restaurants (I'd miss the seafood house - nice restaurant but a bit more formal, same catagory as the previously mentioned Pappi's). There's a few good greek places on Moncton, and the Buck and Ear pub in the Steveston Hotel has been recently renovated (a few years back) and is quite good. If the weather is nice Pajo's is great for fish & chips. And don't forget Timothy's for ice cream after dinner! (on the wharf)
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