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Cardero's Restaurant
Seafood Restaurant
Today 11:30 am – 12:00 am
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1583 Coal Harbour Quay Vancouver, BC V6G 3E7 Canada
1583 Coal Harbour QuayCABritish ColumbiaVancouverV6G 3E7
Seafood Restaurant, PubToday 11:30 am – 12:00 am
Monday 11:30 am – 12:00 amTuesday 11:30 am – 12:00 amWednesday 11:30 am – 12:00 amThursday 11:30 am – 12:00 amFriday 11:30 am – 12:00 amSaturday 11:30 am – 12:00 amSunday 11:30 am – 12:00 am
Cardero's is fish, chops and a wok! Enjoy delicious food and drinks in the heart of the city, right on the water. Also join us for live music Sunday-Thursday from 8:00pm.
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Seafood, burgers & classic comfort dishes on expansive marina-side patio plus weekend brunch.- Google
"At Cardero's, you get complimentary bread and butter."
"I did ask for more goat cheese."
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Michael Robach
2 months ago
This review isn't for the restaurant, but for the small pub that resides under the same name in the room right by the entrance of the restaurant. A sweet little gem, this pub was a nice surprise. It offered a good range of beers, and you could also order food. What made this place was really the decor - absolutely gorgeous view of the harbor and the mountains behind it. Inside there was a small fire lit, lots of leather chairs and woods. The waitress was very pushy to get us another round, but overall: great experience, awesome pub.
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Xenia Maren Menzies
2 months ago
Great location and views. Extensive seafood options. A bit on the pricey-er end but not too far out of reach of the standard Vancouver mid-range restaurant scene. You can get right back on the Seawall for a nice scenic walk after towards Stanley Park or turn back into Waterfront downtown.
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Wendy Nordvik-Carr
9 months ago
Went here for our 38th wedding anniversary on Thursday June 26th. My husband booked this as a surprise and for the deck to be special. Of course this did not happen. We did eventually get a window seat inside though. Service was slow and our server was very scarce. Someone else from the kitchen brought our main course and it was placed so quickly on the table that it almost fell on my husband's lap - he was fortunate enough to grab it in time. Nobody came to ask how the meal was, nor was pepper offered. We shared the pan fried oysters for an appetizer and were not impressed - the oysters were small and very fishy tasting. We both had the Sirloin Steak Bourbon peppercorn demi-glace and were not impressed either with mediocre taste and appearance. We ordered two Monte Cristo specialty coffees and they came to the table barely warm. We sent them back. They gave us new ones that were again just barley warm. We keep them because what can you do keep sending things back and ruin the evening? Also we found it surprising that there was no acknowledgement of our anniversary. We have found everywhere else we have been for birthdays or anniversary's the restaurant at least gives the birthday person a dessert on the house or for an anniversary one to split. It feels like this Sequoia restaurant just does not care about the service, food or the experience
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Harvey Farrington
8 months ago
Great food. Book ahead for view near windows on Stanley park side. Sunsets are amazing. Emptying out quickly after main meal times at nite.
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David Epstein
5 months ago
My wife and I arrived around 215 this afternoon when the restaurant was far from busy. We were seated immediately next to the window along the marina, which was lovely. We enjoyed the pan fried oysters, which were perfectly cooked. For main courses we had scallops, and the "special" salmon with dill sauce. Both were unremarkable, and in fact, we commented we could (and have) made better ourselves at home. The service was dismal, with extremely long waits for drinks, refills, bread, and the courses ordered. As mentioned, the restaurant was not busy, and appeared to be staffed appropriately. This was a disappointing dining experience since the restaurant could and should have delivered more.
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Sid Finster
5 months ago
This restaurant has one of the nicest views in the city if you are lucky enough to get a table at the window or outside. It is known mostly for their seafood, which I didn't try as I am a vegetarian. My friend loved his meal, however. It is very busy during peak season, so make sure that you book a reservation.
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Keyvan Haghighat
10 months ago
It was one of the greatest nights that I had in Vancouver. Our waitresses was Tiffaney who gave us the best service ever. She explained all the popular ones menu one by one, suggest some foods through our tastes and she brought some samples of soups to make that easier for us to choose. She was really friendly, patient and fast on service. Also, the food was really great with great quality. Definitely, come back here again specially because of great service.
Rav J
a year ago
Choose this spot for my girlfriend's and I one year anniversary. I had made the reservation about a month in advance and had asked for a window seat. When we got there, we were escorted to a booth in the middle of the restaurant. We had to ask a waitress if we could possibly get a window seat and we did end up getting one, but the waitress handled it rudely. At Cardero's, you get complimentary bread and butter. We sat there for about a good 45 minutes without any bread even being brought to us. The tables that came way after us were given the bread within 5 minutes of arriving. We ended up having to ask for it. As well, the whole time we were there (about a good 1.5 hours to 2 hours), not once did the waiter come back to fill up our water. I ordered a beer and it was warm when I got it. I asked the waitress if I could get another one, and she went and exchanged it, but the second one she gave me was also warm. The food wasn't good at all, was overpriced, and the service was just as bad. Won't be coming back here at all, as there are definitely other places where you can get more bang for your buck.
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