I was expecting amazing food with a side of greasy spoon. Instead I feel like I got greasy spoon with crappy food. We sat for over 20mins before the server came over to even get pur drink order. The restaurant was near empty and the...More
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I went with a large group of friends for brunch and everything was fantastic! Large portions and tasty food - we will be returning very soon! :)
I used to work about 2 blocks away and came in weekly for lunch. I almost always had the delicious grilled chicken sandwich, a tasty chicken breast on fresh bread with tomato, lettuce, and mayonnaise accompanied by a small salad and bottomless good quality coffee....More
Eighties has been in the hood forever. It's a family run diner kind of restaurant, with a bit dated but clean and spacious interior. The staff is always very friendly, and they offer simple, unpretentious food. We have been happy with our meals here. The...More
Looking for a cheap, but great meals in North Vancouver? The Eighties on West 14th Street is a great place to go for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Family run, great location, great food.
Consistently good food and friendly staff. The best diner food in town. Home made daily soups, cheap breakfast and all your favourite sandwiches (good fries too!).
If your aim is to feed youngsters breakfast or lunch without crippling the budget, this is the place. The upholstery rips and wobbly tabletop demonstrated the restaurant has grown tired but the cheerful server had me onside. With smiles for everyone and eagerness to satisfy,...More
We go to the Eighties about once a week for breakfast. The food is always cooked to perfection, service is good and the prices reasonable, $5.50 for bacon and eggs, hash browns and toast before 11am. Highly recommend for breakfast.
Stopped in for Breakfast and had the ham and cheese omelette with something they pass off for hash browns or fried potatoes. Omelette was fine, but not better than a White Spot. They were busy, so service suffered a bit. Waitress hit our table twice...More