King’s Chinese Cuisine on Main Street, Vancouver

After our walk at Queen Elizabeth Park, we went for breakfast.

We came upon King’s Chinese Cuisine as we turned out to Main Street. So, we had dim sum here.

The place was quite busy. We waited quite a while before our orders arrived. The above was Steamed Custard & Egg Yolk Buns. I like the sweet and savory taste of the filings. Regular dim sum (big, medium and small) is $3.38.

Just be careful biting into them as the filings can be very hot. Continue reading

RCEFC Praise Dance Group Farewell Dim Sum at Royal Seafood Restaurant

The RCEFC Praise Dance Group ended in April 2017 due to some contract issue between the church and the Praise Dance Association.

The praise dance group had a farewell dim sum on the following Thursday at Royal Seafood Restaurant. Royal Seafood Restaurant offers 20% discount and free tea from Monday to Friday, except holiday for orders pay by 11:00AM.

This is what we had. The above is Baked Portuguese Sauce Seafood Pie. The pie shell was flaky. This is under Special Price at $6.50.

Beef Rice Roll (Large @ $5.95). Continue reading

Deer Garden Signatures in Union Square, Richmond

On a weekend, Ben and I went to Union Square for an early lunch after our morning walk.

It was just after 11:00AM and there was no line at Deer Garden.

The menu is huge. I meant the size of the menu, not the number of items in the menu.

I ordered the signature fish soup combo. I had thick vermicelli with fish fillets and fish tofu (my initial choice was fish puff which they did not have that day). My choice of broth was something Chiu Chow pork. The broth was tasty. Continue reading

Copa Cafe on River Road, Richmond

On a weekend, Ben and I had our morning walk at the Minoru Park. Spring is the most beautiful season, according to Ben.

After our walk in the park, we walked over to the T&T across the Oval. After some light groceries shopping, Ben suggested to have lunch at Copa Cafe around the corner.

We had a short wait for a table as it was almost noon. The decoration is modern as this is relatively a new restaurant.

Water is served instead of Chinese tea like most other Hong Kong style restaurants.

We ordered from the mini set menu which comes with a drink. Ben had the Baked Portuguese style Pork Chop Cutlet on Linguini. Our food took quite a while to arrive. Continue reading

AAA Restaurant on Alexandra Road, Richmond

My family went for supper at the relatively new AAA Restaurant on Alexandra Road.  Nanzaro wanted to carbo-load before his long run training for Marathon. He is going for a 30km run the next day.

It was almost 9PM and the place was not too busy.

Paper table mat.

It has similar take out dessert offer just like Lido when you spend CAD22 and above. The offer is only for dining in between 12pm to 2pm and from 6pm to 10pm.

Arkensen ordered a Curry Beef Brisket with rice. It was quite a large serving. Continue reading

Royal Seafood Restaurant on Garden City Road, Richmond

The praise dance group at the Richmond Chinese Evangelical Free Church went for dim sum on the last practice before spring break.

We went to Royal Seafood Restaurant on Garden City Road. It was a rush to the restaurant as the praise dance ended about 10:45am and we wanted to qualify for the 20% discount on dim sum items and no tea charge offer. The offer is for orders closed before 11:00am.

The above was one of their signature vermicelli dish. If I remembered clearly, it was $18.80.

Beef Balls with dried tangerine peel.

Steamed pork ribs on pumpkins. Continue reading

Golden Paramount Seafood Restaurant on Park Road, Richmond

My family went out for lunch on a dreary Sunday afternoon. The rain is welcomed to wash off all the snow on the side walk before the next arctic outflow arrives.

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We had lunch at Golden Paramount Seafood Restaurant just because we found a parking spot in front of the restaurant which is reserved for the restaurant.

The restaurant was full house at just after 12:00PM.

We ordered a few dim sum to share. The above was Nanzaro’s choice of Steam Prawn Dumpling. They were not very big but came in 5 pieces. The skin was quite easily came out when picking it up with a pair of chopsticks.

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Arkensen wanted the Steam Pork Dumpling with Fish Rose. They are stuffed with prawns too.

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I ordered the Steam Bean Curd Sheet. The boys did not like this because it has a strong celery aroma to it. Continue reading

Qin Ma Grill on Kingsway, Burnaby

Ben and I went to Burnaby for a walk on the last day of the holiday season before works resume.

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We had lunch at Qin Ma Grill across the Real Canadian Superstore in Metrotown.

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I like the huge poster on the wall depicting a hawker style stall.

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Ben ordered a small Mala Soup Bowl for $13.99. The small bowl allow 3 choices of meat and 2 choices of veggies. Ben choice was lamb, pork belly and beef tripe with potatoes and bean curd. Continue reading

Lu Charcoal Grill on No. 3 Road, Richmond

Ben and I went out for lunch on a work week day. He came home early as he had to renew his passport.

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We went to Lu Charcoal Grill in the Brighouse strip mall. Lu Charcoal Grill opens for breakfast at 9:30am.

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The place is decorated with soccer memorabilias.

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I like the lantern lighting with a warm glow.

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We ordered two combo breakfast items to share. The first combo (Combo 1, $8.95) consists of Chinese crepes (Jian Bing). Their version was a bit soggy, even the crispy dough was not crispy. Continue reading

Sun Sui Wah on No. 3 Road, Richmond

The  Richmond Success Women Club visited the Oak Tree Senior Home to bring some joy and spirit of Christmas.

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The itinerary for the visit include Chinese folk dances, Chinese fan exercises, karaoke and games.

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After the visit, a group of 14 people went for dim sum lunch at Sun Sui Wah Seafood Restaurant on No. 3 Road.

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X.O. sauce; one of the more delicate sauces. Here are the dim sum we had.

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Siu Mai (pork dumpling).

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Steamed Tripe with Ginger & Green Onion. Continue reading