Review: Seventh Heaven

by gigi on November 29, 2007

Tricia and I went to Seventh Heaven in Aberdeen Centre for lunch one weekend. It is one of the ubiquitous Hong Kong-style cafes in Richmond and is actually more western-influenced than most HK cafes. The inside is decorated as a 50s-style diner and is a nice open space.

I saw a picture of the curry beef brisket and rice when I was walking into the restaurant so I decided to give that a try. It came loaded with potatoes and the dish of curry was actually quite big. However, the beef brisket was quite tendon-y and chewy and the curry itself had a strong MSG-like taste. The potatoes were also a bit undercooked for my liking.

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Tricia ordered the clubhouse sandwich with fries. The sandwich was different from your typical clubhouse and came with the usual toppings plus cheese and scrambled eggs. Although Tricia liked the sandwich, the fries were too starchy for her liking.

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I find that the dishes at Seventh Heaven can be hit and miss. You either really enjoy the dishes or they just aren’t up to par. Unfortunately, this time around, my curry brisket left much to be desired. Next time, I will just have to remember to try something else!

Details:
4151 Hazelbridge Way, Richmond
Tel: (604) 295-6777

Summary:
Food: [rating:2.5]
Service: [rating:2.5]
Price: $

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