Breakfast at River Rock Buffet, Richmond

Ben and I went to the Richmond Costco to get the tires replaced. There is no appointment booking for the tire service. We were advised to go earlier, before the center opens at 8:00AM.

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We went out before 7:30AM that morning and we were greeted with a great sunrise. There were already a few people in line. After we dropped off our key for the service, we went to look for a place for breakfast on foot. Ben suggested Kongee King or Buffet at the River Rock Casino.

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We settled with the Buffet at River Rock because we thought we can spent more time there.

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The place is spacious.

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Ben asked for a table with the view of the water.

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Candies decor at the buffet area.

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Here are some of the food that we had. Egg Benedict with taters. The taters were buttery. Continue reading

Dim Sum at Kalok Seafood Restaurant at Union Square, Richmond

I am taking a short break from the Seoul travel series for a few local restaurants review.

This is a group meeting that ended with dim sum lunch on the last Friday of the month.

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This time, we had dim sum at Kalok Seafood Restaurant at Union Square.

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Since there was 16 people in our group, we had a big table instead of 2 tables we initially booked. We were seated under the crystal lamp.

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Table setting with white ceramic dishes and plastic chopsticks.

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Here are the dishes that we shared. Home Style Fried Vernicelli with BBQ pork and shrimp.

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Duck Meat Fried Rice. Continue reading

Seoul Day 4: Dinner

We had dinner in Myeongdong again.

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We settled with a ramen restaurant, Kenzo Ramen.

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We had a Stir Fried Noodle which turned out to be like Yakisoba served on a hotplate.

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The Kenso Ramen had a kimchee based broth. Not so good.

The meal came to KRW20500 (CAD20.50).

Seoul Day 4: Namsam

After having lunch at Gwangjang Market, we took the subway to Namsan. With the height of 860 feet, it’s a great place to take in the view of downtown Seoul’s skyline.

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We took the cable car ride up to Namsan. Round trip for two was KRW16,000 (CAD16).

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The Namsan cable car service is wheelchair friendly with a capacity of 20 passengers.

Elevator up

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An elevator connects the Seoul Metropolitan near the entrance of Namsan Tunnel Three up to the cable car station. Continue reading

Seoul Day 4: Cheongyecheon Stream

Finally, we had a day with good weather.

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Ben brought me back to the Cheongyecheon Stream to have a closer look. You’ll be amazed how clear is the water.

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This 10km creek flows from west to east through the downtown Seoul.

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Some decorations at the walkway on either side of the stream.

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An emergency staircase to higher ground in case of flooding.

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Crossing the Cheongyecheon Stream.