Pavlos rocks, we loved the 12 oz New york steak and the service was excellent!
Georgie Bones the waiter was the awesome guy i ever met!
I love the souvlaki, the lasagna and the service is outstanding!
Excellent food and service!
clearly, the imbecile and his pasty-faced wife will always be remembered by the staff at Pavlos - we remember you, which is why you were banned in the first place!!!
Unquestionably, the worst dining experience of my life in Canada, and it shouldn't come as a shock to former patrons that the restaurant is for sale. I've traveled extensively, and eaten some amazingly malodourous concoctions in my time, but nothing prepared me for my truly abhorrent experience at Pavlos. The moment I stepped into the restaurant, my instincts were on high-alert, and I suggested to my beloved wife that we might have made a fundamental error in our restaurant selection for the evening. There was a distinct circa late 70's/early 80's yobbishness to the decor, and attention to cleanliness was not an imperative of the management. My wife decided to throw caution to the wind, and I, to my pledged word am true, accompanied her on this trip of horrors. Our waitress, of a type peculiar to North Surrey (freshly vetted from a women's correctional centre), took our order. Our first course-French Onion Soup-was served luke-warm under a piping-hot layer of stomach-churning Mozzarella cheese. Croutons had thoughtful been added to the soup many hours before, and now floated in gelatinous blobs in this foul mix. The soup went uneaten. A salad of some sort was then served. In point of fact, a dripping-wet leaf of lettuce and a dollop of shredded carrot were presented on plates for my wife and I to examine. Now the main course!! A steak with French fries and onion rings! The onion rings were luke-warm, and in various stages of decomposition. The French fries seemed to have been hauled out a dumpster, and the steak-ordered medium-arrived certifiably raw. Supped filled with horrors for the evening, my wife and I rose from this cornucopia, paid our bill, and left. Youve been warned!!!!!
This place is great! The previous negative review by that pedantic, pompous ass was way off base. If you want the best pizza south of Vancouver, or huge steak, prime rib dinners, you can't beat Pavlos. If you prefer cute little nothing meals that look pretty and cost a small fortune, you can probably meet that other guy and his incredibly tolerant "beloved" at Gills and Grapes or Pearl on the beach.
Their lassagna is the best!
the guy who said that the french onion soup here was bad clearly just does not like french onion soup to begin with... i live in the area and it is a commonly know fact around here that pavlos has the best french onion soup in north america, without exaggeration. You could sample french onions for years and not come close. Yes the interior needs remodeling but the food is excellent. Whats that number? im getting some take out...
Very nice Staff and the food was delicious!!
the best french onion soup in the world! Well worth the drive to white rock.
The best service and food i ever had, especially the baked lasagna with the meatsauce,best takeout, fast deliveries, just unbelievable!
Memorable for all of the wrong reasons. The praise heaped on this turkey of a restaurant is suspect, and evidently penned by the owners. Running your tongue down a cow's wet rump is the best description of the flavour that will linger on your palate after a visit to this atrocity of a restaurant.