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$5 - $30
American, Bar, Grill
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, Brunch
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Reviewed October 24, 2020 via mobile

I've eaten here many times for breakfast and didn't know they were open for mouth-watering dinner. They only have about 5 items and I wanted them all. Settled for the French cut pork chop and was I ever glad I did. Found my new local...dinner hangout. My vegetarian daughter would have to settle for appetizers but my carnivore friends will be overjoyed. I will be back because I want to try all the dinner items, one at a time.More

Date of visit: October 2020
Reviewed July 2, 2020

Absolutely fabulous breakfast. I had the green chili pork omelette and my daughter had the corned beef hash with poached eggs. Every bite was amazing! Be sure to get the Serrano sauce - it’s locally made and we ordered two bottles to take home. We...are visiting our daughter and this will become tradition when we are in town!!! Side note: Very Covid clean and well spaced.More

Date of visit: July 2020
Reviewed January 26, 2020

We came here because my daughter, after a soccer game, was craving eggs Benedict, but sadly they had stopped serving breakfast by the time we arrived in early afternoon--not surprising, since nearly all of the other breakfast places in town were closing at the same...time, or were already closed. So we took a look at the menu and found enough to interest us enough to stay, and we were glad we did. First off, our server was very understanding after we told her about why we showed up if we decided to leave, and even offered up a restaurant which might be able to accommodate our cravings, but they too were closed. We ended up ordering Mac and cheese (my daughter), and a reuben sandwich, on the recommendation from our server. Both were great--I appreciate that the reuben was on marbled rye, as regular light rye can be a bit too strong for my taste. The sandwich was piled high with corned beef and served with a healthy serving of crinkle-cut French fries. Our food was wonderful and we had a good meal--next time, though, we'll try and get there sooner so that we can sample their breakfast menu.More

Date of visit: January 2020
Reviewed November 18, 2019 via mobile

I’ve only been here once for a late breakfast, but the eggs Benedict were good and I was able to order a side of fruit since I don’t like hash browns which came with it. Unfortunately the fruit was rather unripe honey dew and cantaloupe....The menu is pretty extensive with breakfast, lunch and dinner items, but a little fattening for someone on Weight Watchers like me. The decor was tired. The staff were friendly. Don’t know if I’ll be back as there are better choices in Vancouver.More

Date of visit: November 2019
Reviewed November 11, 2019 via mobile

This place used to be one of my favorite go to places before they changed ownership. After the first year so after they did they were still pretty decent. But, I've got into this place four times in the last year and can't find a...good meal for nothing. This time it was a clam chowder it felt a bit like paper mache paste in a spoon. Flavorless and over salty with a bunch of carrots floating around in it. I sent it back. Next, was the halibut fish and chips. This could have been a real success however as typical of the Kooks here, they tend to overcook things and this was no exception. The fish was so overcooked it broke a part like a piece a dry rotted wood. The tartar sauce that came with it was nearly and palatable and I didn't bother to take the time to figure out what was in it that made it so bad. Prior occasions I had the fettuccine alfredo which had a broken sauce they consisted oil and milk curds floating around on the bottom of plate covered by fettuccine noodles. The chicken cordon bleu I had was reheated from the day before and again shared the same Woody characteristics of the fish mentioned above. I've seen the owner of this restaurant a few times at Cash and Carry Food Services and thought to mention something to him. Maybe this review will wake him up. A lot of people still go here and it absolutely baffles me why they would abuse their palates and such a manner. I guess it just goes to show most people just don't know any betterMore

Date of visit: November 2019
Reviewed September 16, 2019

Had to pick up my father in law after same day surgery. He of course was starving. I treated him to Duck Tales after seeing the sign on Mill plain a hundred times. Food was great. A little spendy for breakfast but worth it.

Date of visit: October 2018
Reviewed August 10, 2019 via mobile

The Friday special was prime rib. Served after a well-appointed dinner salad and generous wine pours. Kathy got an end cut prepared medium well. My preference was medium rare. Plates arrived hot, accompanied by green beans and scalloped potatoes. Portions were ample. We shared a...slice of Marion berry pie with a scoop of ice cream. Flaky crust and the berry flavor was not overpowered with a lot of added sugar. Wait staff was a delight, just attentive enough. Owner Steve Waddle made the rounds, chatting with the regulars, welcoming newcomers, and even sharing his horseradish recipe with me. We’ll be back!More

Date of visit: August 2019
Reviewed May 24, 2019 via mobile

This used to be a one of my fallback, go to restaurants in Vancouver but the last two times I've gone have been sorely disappointed. The Chowder is still palatable although a little over loaded with cornstarch. The real problem came with their fettuccine alfredo...which was an overcooked oily mess. The chicken cordon bleu was so tough I couldn't chew it and it was obvious that it was warmed over from the day before. I've heard this place serves a good breakfast but I'm not sure I want to take the risk. Maybe in the future when they get their act back together I'll try them againMore

Date of visit: May 2019
Reviewed May 11, 2019

Good food and friendly staff, great roots to the historic iconic Waddles restaurant that had occupied the building where the Hooters is now. Staff takes the day off on Sunday, otherwise we try to get there every Saturday morning to enjoy breakfast.

Date of visit: May 2019
Reviewed March 7, 2019 via mobile

This is a hidden gem. It’s pretty much just simple, down home cooking. The tern ‘comfort food’ applies here. The service was quick and friendly and our meals were well prepared. We’ll be back.

Date of visit: March 2019
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Yes, plenty to take out. Uber comes & gets food too
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