Comfort Food at Tsim Chai, Richmond


This post consists of two meals a while ago.

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Complimentary soup of pork bones with carrot and green carrot. The complimentary soup is not bad as it is usually cooked for a long time.

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Seasonal vegetable (in this case, it’s Chinese broccoli) with beef. The beef were tender.

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Seafood and seasonal vegetable with E-Fu noodle. Ginger and green onions go well with seafood.

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Spicy Long Bean with Minced Meat is our boys favourite vegetable dish.

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A pan-fried fish dish with soy sauce. I can’t recall the exact menu name. It was great except there was not a lot of meat.

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In another meal, the soup of the day was served in individual bowls.

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Oyster with Ginger and Green Onion in Hot Pot. The sauce was great. Our boys did not quite like the oyster though.

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The Pork Chop “King Tu” style was surprisingly good. The boys preferred this even though these are bone in.

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Ben likes simple vegetables stir fried with garlic, in this case it’s Chinese Broccoli. They stems were crisp.

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Tsim Chai accepts cash only. You have to arrive early as this place is usually busy.

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