FynfoodWe bought the Groupon. As vegans, we see it as our duty to try new vegan restaurants. Burgers were mentioned on the Groupon but they didn’t have burgers. So we settled for a wrap each, a soup, and desert. Drinks were included so I asked the server/casher/food preparer if any of the juices were fresh squeezed. The server said yes, the orange juice, so we ordered that. Soon after, the server came out and told us she only had one wrap left so we ended up with one wrap and one sandwich.

The server brought out the soup first. It tasted just like Cambells Vegetarian Vegetable with a lot of extra oil. I would be willing to bet it was from a can. The sandwich and wrap were unmemorable and the so called “fresh squeezed orange juice” tasted like a cross between Tang and Cool-aid. I mentioned the orange juice to the server and she said that a place close by squeezes it for them but it is fresh. Well, I was not born yesterday, I know what orange juice tastes like, it was not orange juice. I would have preferred orange juice from concentrate to this stuff!

The cheesecake was fair. The actual cheese cake part showed promise but the strawberry jam topping was well, strawberry jam. Nothing special. If I were offered a free meal there, I would not accept it.

I should also mention that it only had two-two person tables inside. I did hear the server say that there are tables in the mall part.

Robson Street is the highest traffic Street in Vancouver with both cars and pedestrians.  It is a “must shop” street for tourists and has thousands of restaurants.  I recommend you walk right on by this one.