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[Harvey's] 50% off Harvey's Build-A-Bowl

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Apr 21, 2014
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The Harvey's here in Edmonton was generous with the toppings and cheerfully gave more when asked. 51st Ave and 97 street. I got one with rice. It was good and filling for half price. Wouldn't spend 8 bucks on it.
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Dec 12, 2010
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Toronto
Good value at half price but some things are laughable, like the spoon they use for corn, and the fact you get whole tomato slices in your bowl. Won't ever pay full price.
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Dec 27, 2007
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Edmonton
abc123yyz wrote:
Mar 20th, 2017 9:25 pm
The Harvey's here in Edmonton was generous with the toppings and cheerfully gave more when asked. 51st Ave and 97 street. I got one with rice. It was good and filling for half price. Wouldn't spend 8 bucks on it.
I went to the one in South Common today. It was okay. For $4 yeah. For full price never. I got the rice bowl, with Crispy Chicken. When I added cucumbers, the ones she scooped up had a weird ass slime to it, the chick helping me noticed it, went around corner, and threw the cucumers in the garbage and grabbed cucumbers from a different serving station. Technically the slime was in my bowl, so she should of made a new one and was hoping I didnt see but YOLO. Filling yes. But I wont do again.


At this location you paid first before she started making your bowl so I'm assuming cheese is free then?I never got any so don't know
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Oct 5, 2006
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Calgary
Tried it in the Northgate Village mall, Had the crispy chicken on fries. They were pretty cheap with the toppings. The portion size of the toppings were a tablespoon at best. The bowl was filled to the brim with fries. Overall it was a good deal if you liked fries and a crispy chicken patty, but I probably wouldn't order it again. Not even for $4
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lord wayne wrote:
Mar 20th, 2017 11:08 pm
Tried it in the Northgate Village mall, Had the crispy chicken on fries. They were pretty cheap with the toppings. The portion size of the toppings were a tablespoon at best. The bowl was filled to the brim with fries. Overall it was a good deal if you liked fries and a crispy chicken patty, but I probably wouldn't order it again. Not even for $4
You should have asked for more. Then if it's still not enough ask for even more, and specify the quantity you wanted. That's what I did and I got what I wanted. Most of them don't like to say no, so as the customer you got the advantage.
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Mar 12, 2017
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Employees are told to give you as much of any garnish you want. If you're not happy with the quantity of anything, just ask for more. That's what they are there for.
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We haven't been back, who knows, maybe another time this week - but I think I'm done.

Great value at that price, but gotta be creative and make a good meal. I like how they have been trained to build the bowl. Almost like Salad-Barristas. Very artistic.
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Has anyone tried one of these yet? I keep seeing the commercial, I feel like rice would be the best base
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Kingston
JackDaniels905 wrote:
Mar 21st, 2017 10:54 am
Has anyone tried one of these yet? I keep seeing the commercial, I feel like rice would be the best base
16 pages of comments but I'm not sure if anyone here has tried one yet...
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TommyM765 wrote:
Mar 21st, 2017 11:13 am
16 pages of comments but I'm not sure if anyone here has tried one yet...
We just like taking photos of the bowls.. then we throw it out. lol
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TommyM765 wrote:
Mar 21st, 2017 11:13 am
16 pages of comments but I'm not sure if anyone here has tried one yet...
hahahaha the people need to know??????????
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Mar 21st, 2017 11:27 am
We just like taking photos of the bowls.. then we throw it out. lol
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Longtime lurker of red flag deals but first time posting. Tried this in Winnipeg for lunch today. Would echo previous comments. It's alright to try for $4.50 but wouldnt pay full price for this. Not a lot of chicken for what you get. And boy are they skimpy with toppings. And it would be nice if they cut up the pickles and tomatoes. They are just too big. But its worth trying once.
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Kab wrote:
Mar 20th, 2017 9:29 pm
Good value at half price but some things are laughable, like the spoon they use for corn, and the fact you get whole tomato slices in your bowl. Won't ever pay full price.
scared to ask for more or something lol, i guess its not for shy people

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