We went out for dinner before we dropped off Ben at the airport for his business trip. It was the Saturday where Metro Vancouver was hit with a severe wind storm and a lot of places lost power.
We tried to avoid travelling on No. 3 Road because we were not sure if the traffic lights were out which will bring traffic to a crawl. So, we traveled via Gilbert Road until Westminster Highway and return to No. 3 Road to look for a restaurant for dinner. We were not sure how bad No. 3 Road businesses were hit.
The first strip mall we came upon was where Mui Garden is located and we just settled for that as we did not want to take the risk to look further.
It’s been a long while since we came here. The last time we were here, we had to wait an hour for the oily rice to come out.
We opted for the 4 dishes combo. The first dish was Curry Chicken. The chicken is boneless and the curry has a thick texture. Arkensen likes this kind of curry. Ben commented that the texture of the chicken is weird.
Ben ordered his favourite pea shoot stirred fried with garlic. This was nicely done.
We picked a hot pot dish which was bean curd stick and beef brisket stew. Arkensen likes it because there is no bone in this dish.
We also ordered the boys favourite vegetable which is long bean stirred with pork neck meat. Arkensen said he preferred the spicy version of this dish.
Complimentary soup was pork bone, peanuts, carrot and winter melon soup.
There is also complimentary dessert; red bean soup.
Debit card and cash is accepted here.