The Cactus Club in Richmond is part of a chain of restaurants. Having eaten at several CCs around the Vancouver lower mainland, my wife and I found the food, service, and atmosphere very good, and consistent at all. Chain would appeal to the 20 to 40 year-old, a place to meet, have a drink, and a bite to eat, with attractive greeters and servers (usually young females).
Food is well-made, but not particularly memorable or complex. I had a vegie burger with a side Caesar salad (instead of fries) for an extra surcharge. My wife had the chicken quesadila with a side of sweet potato fries – again for an extra surcharge. Both meals were very good, but I felt a bit nickel and dimed with the additional surcharges which made our overall meal fairly pricey.
Service was very good. Meals came quickly, and were very hot.
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