We had a great time, great food and portions , good service. We would recommend it without hesitation.
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Once a unique and energetic place with great food, drinks and service has really changed in the past few years. The sushi, once fabulous, is nothing out of the ordinary now, the service, once outstanding, now indifferent and disinterested. The atmosphere, once electric, now listless....More
First time here and our server was patient for us to decide. The view and at,osphere was nice. Food was tasty. I had the half halibut, I did think that since we were on the island I would get a bigger portion for my money,...More
We waited for a very long time for a drink and for our waitress to come back to take our order. The dry S/P ribs were so dried out they were barely palatable. The Jambalaya wasn't too good either. Lots of rice and not very...More
We stopped in for dinner before heading out to see Jesse Roper in Nanaimo. It was a busy Friday night and our experience was wonderful. The service was great, the food was delicious - just what we were expecting as it is always this good!!
We got a couple platters of the chef's choice sushi for take-out to feed 8 people (5 adults and 3 kids). It was delicious and had a great variety of rolls and sashimi. A bit pricey but worth it - sushi was fresh and the...More
My university aged son and I had dinner here on short notice and we both came away very impressed. Our chicken wings before dinner were huge, delicious and well presented. Moments later my son devoured his chicken sandwich and I thoroughly enjoyed my half order...More
Had my sushi fix !!!! The firehouse had an excellent selection of fusion sushi, had the Bombay back draft also the black and blue . Very great flavours. Everyone at table was very happy with their food. Would definitely go again even though server was...More
Hard to get five people to agree on where to have lunch but since three of the five had not tried this restaurant it was a go. It has a great setting in an old brick building that was once a fire hall many years...More