The praise dance at Richmond Chinese Alliance Church had the last session of praise dance last Friday. It will resume in February 2018.
All the participants were presented with a token of appreciation. It is a Christmas card made of a photo of the group.
We usually have some snacks after the practice, sponsored by the church.
For this meeting, Jessica, one of the participant made some Steamed Rice Cake with Red Bean (“Poot Jei Gou”) for the group. It is very kind of her. If you are interested on how to make it, chowtimes has the recipe here.
After snack, we continued with a review practice which is held at the last session of the month. The group (some of us) then adjourned to their regular dim sum restaurant, Royal Seafood Restaurant for lunch.
Thomas was in charged of the ordering. The above is the Free Range Chicken in Mustard Sauce. Beware that sometimes the mustard sauce can gives you a sting up the nose if you hit a piece with a good dose of it. Continue reading
Ben and I attended the Remembrance Day Service in Richmond.
The service took place at the Cenotaph right in front of the City Hall.
After the service, Ben and I walked over to Sanbo Restaurant for lunch. Since it was still early for lunch hour, we had no problem getting a table. This place is usually busy at peak lunch or dinner hour.
We had hot Hong Kong style coffee and milk tea which came with our meal.
Ben ordered the Beef Tripe Lo Mien but he got the Hainanese Chicken Lo Mien. We thought the server made a mistake and we just did not bother to ask and just accept the food as we were not fussy people. Continue reading
Nanzaro went to downtown for lunch again.
He had lunch at the Pacific Centre food court.
He picked Chachi’s for lunch. The packaging looks good and environment friendly.
He had a Pulled Pork with Mac & Cheese Sandwich. The bun was tender and the sweet chili BBQ sauce goes well with the creamy mac & cheese.
He also added a side of Jalapeno chips which has a little kick in it.
His meal came to CAD13.65 including tax. Credit card is accepted here.
On a weekend, my family went to Lansdowne Mall food court for lunch.
Nanzaro ordered the Taiwanese Boneless Chicken Rice combo and add the bubble waffle for an extra $1.
The boneless chicken nuggets were slightly crispy. Continue reading
Ben and I took a long walk from our home to Richmond Public Market on a chilling morning.
We had lunch at the food court. Ben decided to have claypot rice.
We ordered the combo for two for CAD12.75, cash only. There is a wait time as they cook upon order. Continue reading
Nanzaro went shopping at the outlet mall at Templeton Station.
He stopped at Neptune Wonton Noodle for lunch.
He had Roasted Duck Wonton Noodle. He commented that the duck is a tad too salty. Continue reading
Nanzaro was in Vancouver to run some errands. He stopped for lunch at a diner.
Smile Diner is located at West Pender St., Vancouver.
He lunch started off with a complementary Vegetable Soup since the day is getting colder. Continue reading
This is another of Nanzaro’s eating adventure.
He was in downtown and he went for a quick bite at Donair Stop. He loves middle eastern food.
He got a lamb platter for CAD13 including tax and tips. He commented that the tabbouleh was too minty. He prefers Baghdad Cafe over Donair Stop.
Credit card is accepted here.
Sometimes, Nanzaro will go for his run along the seawall in Vancouver. After his run, he will go for a healthy brunch.
One of Nanzaro’s healthy brunch destination is SMAK Fast Food.
SMAK serves gluten free food. Their menu include organic scrambled eggs, gluten free toast, salad (as seen in fridge in the photo above), wraps, etc.
On the first occasion, Nanzaro had a Sausage Breakfast Sandwich @ $6.45 with addition of Spicy Avo Mash for an extra $1.35. Continue reading
I have not blogged about Banzai Sushi House for a number of years even though we had been eaten here or take out party tray.
We came here on a Saturday around 11AM. We were practically the first eat in customers. There were already some take out orders which is popular here.
Nanzaro ordered the Salmon Don. The salmon sashimi was a generous portion. This is $10.95.
Arkensen ordered a Golden Roll and a Vancouver Roll. The Golden Roll is made with chopped scallop and topped with smoked salmon. The Vancouver Roll is basically California roll topped with smoked salmon. The rolls are $5.45 and $4.45 respectively. Continue reading