This is a review written while in Snickers with the profanity subtracted:
"I'm sitting in Snickers "Pizza and Steak House" with its Greek-style decor and menu and odd framed posters of music and actor greats from the Golden Age of Hollywood. It's obviously a little confused.
The food, however, is not confused: it's total crap. For the same price, Steve in Deep Bay [who ran Ship and Shore Cafe/General Store/On-water Refueling Station/Campground serving "Oceanside's Best Fish & Chips" - a misnomer since it was Oceanside's only restaurant], made me a better burger and had the good sense to not serve it open-faced, but Snickers has served as wide open as the sky is blue and revealed the distributor-bought patties and - oh my god - a single slice of processed cheese, probably Kraft. The Canuck Burger is a "1/2 pound burger with bacon and smoked chedar." The only reason it's a 1/2 pound is because it says "1/4 pound patties" on the box and they stuck two of them in this bland bun!
Chef Ramsey would have thrown this food at the cook's face then beat the owners with the now greased-to-death cook's severed arm.
The music isn't even canned - it's radio. And the caesar salad? Standard, but with soggy croutons!
Oh, and there's a depressed deciduous tree in the corner still decorated wtih Christmas balls and lights [it's mid-May]. The ceiling is painted seafoam with stars that look like a macroscaped kindergarten picture smattered with potato shapes. The decorator obviously hasn't seen Debbie Travis or any of Home and Garden Network's fine programming. It isn't even in the lines.
The drink menu has a 'From the Tap' section. What's on tap? Canadian and... that's it. Snickers, you slay me. Literally. 'Cause I might vomit my heart out tomorrow morning."
Best avoid this place for your mental and physical health.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TripAdvisor member and not of TripAdvisor LLC.