We dined out at Alleluia Cafe in Richmond a few weeks ago. This was from a recommendation from Polly who told us how they enjoyed discounts at the cafe because the owner of this place worships in the same church. We did not know where it was until Ben came across the small-ish sign along Westminster Hwy (northside between No 3 Rd and Buswell St).
Alleluia Cafe is a another HongKong style cafe which we have recently loved to dine in. The cafe was very busy and we had to wait for 10 minutes before we got a table. Unlike a the other HK-style cafes, the decor in this place is much more contemporary and nicer.
Arkensen ordered a fried rice as usual. This time it’s Satay Chicken Fried Rice which costs $5.95. By the way, like most HongKong style cafe, this meal comes with a free drink with a choice of milk tea or lemon tea.
I ordered a Portuguese Baked Chicken with Rice, also for $5.95. This dish has chunks of chicken and very rich in coconut flavor. The dish is also topped with coconut flakes.
Ben ordered a Malay Curry Lamb with Rice for the same price. Its not very spicy (wished that its spicier) and has chunks of lamb cubes, potatoes and onion slices. It goes really well with the steam rice.
We will certainly come back again to try other dishes they had on the menu. The prices were good and we liked the atmosphere. You can never go wrong when you see people lining up for a table, can’t you?
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Looks like a great place. I wish there were more like it in my area.
We visited this place on our last trip to Richmond and ate their breakfast. It’s a great deal because we got a huge bowl of congee and a plate of noodles for about $5.95 incl. drink. Both the congee and the noodles could feed two adults easily so one could share. They were both quite delicious with the soy sauce noodles being hot and straight from the wok. The place is quite new and clean and only take cash. Now that I see your lunch entrees, we need to go back and sample their offerings.
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