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T his restaurant was closed for renovations when we were there. It may open now or soon. That was April. The paella is always good. You need to call ahead or wait 45 minutes for preparation. The Mexican food looked good but we never tried...More
My husband and I went to Pepitas last night. What a GREAT dinner!!! We were immediately greeted with complimentary fresh salsa and chips which were really yummy. I ordered the vegetarian fajitas and my husband the beef fajitas. We told our server that we were...More
Lived in Vancouver all my life and never been here before. Checked it out for the first time prior to a show. Very disappointed. I ordered the Chile rellanos and my order got mixed up so it took forever to get it and my table...More
Met friends there for lunch based upon recommendation from others. Service was poor. I was the first to arrive at 2:30pm on a Saturday afternoon, with no other patrons at that time. It was 5 minutes before I was brought a basket of chips and...More
We were a party of 5 adults, 1 child and two babies who were celebrating a family member's birthday early on a Saturday evening, and when we arrived, our table was set up perfectly with the high chairs we requested and there was room for...More
When it comes to quality and affordability Pepitas definitely makes it to the top 3 among Mexican restaurants in Vancouver. It is also pretty cool that sometimes people is taking salsa lessons and you feel the need to dance too! They let my friends and...More
Pepitas was a lively evening, with live music, and a 12 yo waitress. It is a family run affair, much like you would find in Mexico. The service was excellent, but the food was just average. Prices were very reasonable and servings were a good...More
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