Canada (Vancouver, BC) – Yummy Sushi – By Maggie
The best breakfast place I have found so far is Yummy Sushi on Pine at 4th Avenue, a block east of Burrard Street. Yummy serves breakfast all day (5 slices of bacon or sausage, 2 eggs, a huge pile of hash browns, and 2 piece of toast with facsimile jam). Coffee is $1 and there’s always a copy of the Province to read. Frequently I get to read the current day’s Province. They used to have a number of copies, now only seem to have the one daily copy which is in demand, but there’s always back dates to read until the current one comes available.
I try to avoid the 10:00 am coffee break time for workmen in the neighbourhood when it’s fuller than at other times. Just got back from having the Breakfast Special for lunch today at Yummy Sushi Restaurant. (They have many other items on their menu but I’ve never tried them.) The lunch crowd was just leaving.
I no longer have to ask for what I want. As soon as they see me they ask, “The usual?”
I grabbed yesterday’s Province and sat outside in the sun. As I sipped the coffee they’d promptly served me, and waited for my meal – usually only a 5 minute or so wait, one of the owners brought out today’s paper which had freed up, and exchanged it for me.
Good thing I checked out the hours as they’re now open more – they are open 7 days a week and holidays as well. Monday 10 – 6, Tuesday to Friday 9 – 6, Saturday, Sunday and Holidays 10 – 6. They open at 10 on Mondays as they cook and deliver breakfast to a construction crew between 9 and 10.
My total bill with tax was $4.19 for a huge breakfast and many offers to fill my coffee cup. If I only had one meal a day this would be it. I am very happy with the value and always leave a $5.00 bill for my meal. I have been doing this for a few years now. Even so, they always politely ask, without fail, if I want change back.
(NOTE FROM ADMIN: Yummy Sushi is located at 1980 Pine St, Vancouver, BC. Canada. (T) 604.731.7110)
Posted on October 5, 2009
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