I joined a bible study group lunch at Steveston Village. It’s a long story as I do not belong to that bible study group. But one of the member is the teacher of one of the praise dance group I attended. She gave me ride to the praise dance most of the time. So, she invited me to go along since the lunch was on one of the praise dance day.
We had lunch at Mega Sushi at Chatham Street.
The restaurant was busy when we arrived. Luckily, we had reservation.
Roasted rice tea was served.
We shared the food to sample more variety. The above is the signature dish of Mega Sushi, i.e. Mega Tower. I’m sorry for the harsh lighting as we were seated by the window. The Mega Tower is constructed from assorted sashimi on top of sushi rice in a tower-like shape with organic vegetable and apple sauce, balsamic vinegar and homemade special sauce. This is $19.95 but justifiable by it’s size. Continue reading
During a spring break weekend, Ben wanted to have Hong Kong style dinner. Where else is more prominent than No.9 Restaurant in Lansdowne Mall.
Ben ordered half a BBQ duck specifically for me as I love BBQ duck. I had both the drumsticks as Ben insisted.
We also shared a House Special Chow Mien. The boys like the crispy noodle. There were plenty of seafood and BBQ pork.
Fried Rice will not go wrong with our family as it’s our boys favourite. Continue reading
Ben, Nanzaro and I went out for dinner on a Saturday night. This time, Arkensen stayed home as he wanted to finished his homework.
We went to Firebird Cafe in Continental Plaza. It was relatively new when we visited in March. The restaurant was full but we only had to wait for a few minutes for a table.
Freebird Cafe is a Hong Kong style restaurant with customizable Fish Soup Noodles, Steamed Rice and Sizzling Grill. You can click on the menu above to have a larger view.
Ben and I shared two items. The first dish was a customizable noodle soup. We had Malay Laksa Soup with pork skin and fish tofu. The ramen noodle has an extra charge of 50cents. Besides the two toppings we picked, it also came with cabbage, bean curd, mushroom, green onion and cilantro. It was a big serving as I’m already full after having half of the bowl. Continue reading
My family went for an early dim sum breakfast on Good Friday.
After searching for a while, the only restaurant that opens as early as 8:30am is Imperial Court Beijing Cuisine at Brighouse Square. Most of the dim sum restaurants in Richmond open after 9:00am.
Tea charge is $1.25 per person. Even though there is people in the party who do not drink tea (like Arkensen), we still have to pay for tea charge for 3 people.
Hot pot rice is on special price ($3.80) before 11:00am. We had the Chinese Sausage & Spare Ribs on Rice. This is a good deal. Continue reading
This was a birthday lunch for the birthday boy in March.
Initially, he wanted AYCE from Ninkazu but we could not find a parking spot. So, we went with our plan B, Richmond Sushi. When I looked back at the archive of chowtimes.com, Richmond Sushi was one of the very early post. We have not come back as a family but Nanzaro had revisited it several times.
Some cute Japanese items at the display shelf at the entrance.
We can see the chefs working on our way to our tables.
Miso soup and edamame to start off our meal.
I’m most surprised by the size of the grilled salmon head. They are humongous. I will certainly order this again the next time I’m here. Continue reading
Ben and I went to the Union Square for lunch. After exploring the area for a bit, we settled with Hanppy Tofu Pot House. Hot pot sounds good on a cold and rainy day.
Hanppy Tofu Hot Pot House serves Korean and Asian cuisine.
The high and brightly coloured ceiling looks inviting.
Ben ordered an appetizer of marinated pork ears. It’s all about the crunchy texture.
We had the Hancuan Blazing Pot. It was more spicy than we expected. There were quite a bit of bean thread noodle in it. It came with beef slices, beef tripe, fish balls, squid, bean curd sticks and cabbages. It also came with a bowl of steam rice. Continue reading
Lorna and I went to Kongee Dinesty for lunch before we went to Costco in Richmond.
Kongee Dinesty offers customizable congee and traditional Chinese dishes.
Kongee Dinesty has a open kitchen where customers can see cooks at work.
Chinese tea is served. The tea had a flower scent to it.
Lorna ordered her favourite handmade Sweet Chinese Donut.
She also wanted to try their Imitation Shark Fin Soup. The imitation shark fin is actually bean thread noodle. Lorna commented that the version here is just so-so. Continue reading
My family had dinner at Pho Japolo on Bridgeport Road before Ben left for another business trip.
We came back to Pho Japolo wanted to try the specialty dishes. Unfortunately, those dishes had been discontinued. They only serve regular Vietnamese noodle soup, rice plate and vermicelli bowl.
Nanzaro’s favourite condiments, various chili sauces.
Arkensen ordered the Noodle Soup with well-done flank, fatty brisket, soft tendon and beef tripe. The large bowl is $9.95. The serving is not as large as other Vietnamese places. Continue reading
Ben and I went to Vancouver for our morning walk. We parked along Victoria Dr. and walked along it to look for a place for breakfast.
We came across the above Boston Restaurant which was opened early. We were there just after 8:00AM. This is a Hong Kong style restaurant.
The restaurant is nice, with nice lighting, even a chandelier. Each table has a Chinese news paper on it for the patrons.
I ordered French Toast for $6.95. Continue reading
My family went out for dinner on a Saturday evening. Only Nanzaro came with us as Arkensen was in the midst of doing his homework and he did not want to be interrupted.
We went to the new (to us) Cantonese B.B.Q. Restaurant on Capstan Way, Richmond. We did not see a lot of BBQ meat from the window.
The menu cover is nice. We ordered a combo for 3 at $50 which comes with 2 BBQ meat and two dishes.
Complimentary daily soup.
We had BBQ duck and BBQ pork for the 2 BBQ meat because we had roasted pork from HK BBQ master the day before. Continue reading