Little Billy’s Steak House

We were looking for a reasonably priced steak and discovered Little Billy’s Steak House. It’s not your typical steak house as they offer a mix of dishes (schnitzel, pizza and lamb).


The inside has been renovated recently; everything is modern and bright now. There’s a TV at the bar that was playing tennis. Service is friendly and thoughtful, especially if you have young kids. Appreciate that water jugs are brought to the table.


The menu consists of appetizers, soup/salad, pizza, platters, steak, seafood, lamb, Greek specialties and pasta.


They also offer a $26.95 four course dinner (Monday to Thursday).

Trip #1
We dropped in on a Sunday evening (with 6:30pm reservations).

2x Saganaki ($16.00)
UntitledDeep fried cheese with pita bread. Haven’t had saganaki in years. Not too heavy or rich but felt the cheese could have been oozier.

Greek platter ($115.00)
UntitledCalamari, lamb chops, lamb/prawn/chicken/beef souvlaki, paidakia, garlic jumbo prawns, spinach pie and hummus & tzatziki.


The platter was good to share between four adults and included Greek salad, roasted potatoes, rice and pita bread. The hummus wasn’t your usual hummus; texture was thin and runny. Didn’t get to try but was told the lamb chops were overdone. From what I sampled, calamari was lightly breaded, prawns were tasty (in a garlic butter sauce), spanakopita was homemade, ribs were tender and the souvlaki meats all solid.

Roast lamb ($31.95)
UntitledMarinated lamb shoulder with Greek salad, roasted potato, broccoli, tzatziki, rice and pita bread.


The raw red onions thrown on top of the lamb shoulder was random and unnecessary.


However, the lamb shoulder was quite tender. Roasted potato was fantastic; perfect texture. I found the rice a bit mushy. Seemed to be an after thought.

Chef’s cut bone-in rib eye ($51.00 for 20oz)
UntitledCame with spring salad, broccoli and shoestring fries.


We asked for medium rare and the steak came as requested. Happy to see there wasn’t much bone.


Nothing to write home about the fries (not crispy).

Children’s creamy gorgonzola mac & cheese ($10.00) – not on the menu but our waiter said they could make a kid’s version. The kids loved it and a great portion size.

2x Children’s ice cream – our waiter brought out complimentary strawberry ice creams for the kids. Sweet gesture.

Trip #2
We came on a Monday evening (with 5:30pm reservations) to try their four course dinner special.

Virgin Shirley temple ($3.50)
UntitledThe kids loved their drinks.

Berliner weisse ($7.50)
UntitledHefeweizen beer and raspberry coulis. Raspberry was very subtle.

Pineapple mojito ($8.00 for 1oz)
UntitledFresh muddled mint and well balanced.

Lemon chicken rice soup
UntitledGood acidity, quite lemony. Everyone seemed to like it.

Spring salad
UntitledComes with cranberries and sunflower seeds. Sauce was a light, lemon vinaigrette. A touch watery.

Pork schnitzel
UntitledMashed potatoes with cheese and green onion was tasty. Broccoli is on the firm side.


Schnitzel was okay; decent portion (two pieces) but a touch dry. Needed to be dipped in the gravy sauce.

Chicken schnitzel – not much of a noticeable difference between the chicken and pork schnitzel.

UntitledWas nicely done. Not overcooked.

2x Steak and shrimp
UntitledWe asked for medium rare but it came out as medium. Steak needed a sauce but was a decent size (roughly 6oz).


The roasted potato was fantastic. The skewered shrimp came with a side of garlic butter sauce.

Chicken parmesan
UntitledHad a bite of the chicken parm but nothing really stood out to me. Standard.

Strawberry sundae
UntitledSimple but a nice way to end our meal.

Caramel sundae
UntitledCaramel flavour was light.

Decent eats at LBSH.

Little Billy’s Steak House
6785 Hastings Street
Burnaby, BC
(604) 294-4460