The corner restaurant across the Richmond City Hall changed hands relatively quickly.
It is now a Taiwanese restaurant by the name Memory Corner.
We were there around 4PM; so the restaurant was pretty empty. But we did notice that it was quite busy during lunch and dinner time.
There is a write up of the history of the restaurant at the entrance of the restaurant. You can click on the photo above to have a larger view.
What brought us into the restaurant was the list of lamb dishes on their menu. Ben ordered their House Specialty Lamb Hot Pot for $9.50. It came with steamed rice and a dipping sauce of chili and sweetish sauce.
The lamb in the hot pot was bone-in and tender. The soup has a herbal aroma to it; predominantly of the Chinese herb “dong kwei”.
I ordered their House Specialty Lamb Soup for $7.50. The soup tasted the same like Ben’s lamb hot pot.
The difference between mine and Ben’s order is that mine came with slices of lamb.
We found that the serving is relatively small; but is just enough for us which have smaller appetite nowadays.