Lorna and I picked up a pretzel from Mr. Pretzels for snack while we were in Richmond Center.
My family used to get this type of soft pretzel from Metrotown a long time ago.
The pretzels are made at the spot.
We had the Parmesan pretzel which is in the savoury list of pretzel. It was quite messy eating the pretzel as the toppings kept falling off but it was good.
After lunch at Kung Fu Noodle, Arkensen wanted to get a bubble tea from the Parker Place Foodcourt.
He went to the stall called Break because the menu is most readable.
He had a Coffee Milk Tea at $3.75 and an addition of tapioca for an extra 50cents.
Break offers a loyalty stamp card where your 10th purchase will be free.
You can click on the menu to have a larger view.
Break accepts cash only.
Kung Fu Noodle had moved from Venezia Place to Parker Place.
Kung Fu Noodle occupies the previous location of Ningbo Seafood Restaurant.
The decor were mostly from the previous restaurant.
I like the replica art piece of the Ching Ming Festival.
Ben and I shared two bowls of noodle. The first one was the Kungfu Noodle Special with lamb. The broth had a strong lamb flavour which we liked. Continue reading
Ben and I went out on a Friday evening for dinner since our boys were not at home.
We went to Home Deli Noodle on No. 3 Road, across the Real Canadian Superstore in Richmond.
The menu generally of northern Chinese food like dumplings, Mala Xiang Guo, noodles and appetizers. That’s why you see a bottle of Chinkiang vinegar on the table.
We ordered a bowl of noodle to share since I was not hungry. The noodle was slightly spicy and quite a big serving.
There were generous amount of beef tribe and tendon. Continue reading
Ben and I went out for a meal on a Sunday with Arkensen as Nanzaro was out with his friends.
We went to Central at Garden City. Arkensen picked Thai Son for comfort food.
Thai Son was quite busy when we arrived.
Arkensen ordered the No. 1 house special (Pho Dac Biet). Both of us felt that it was bland. Continue reading
Lorna invited me to Success Women Richmond Mother’s Day Celebration 2017.
This year, the Success Women Richmond held the celebration at Sheraton Vancouver Airport Hotel instead of the usual venue in a Chinese restaurant.
It’s a buffet setting.
The cream of mushroom soup. Continue reading
We visited the first McDonald’s in Canada upon it’s reopening to the public after closed for renovation for several months.
This McDonald’s is celebrating it’s 50 years in this location.
The commemoration plague.
Some of the red and white tiles from the original building. Continue reading
Ben and I went out for breakfast on a Saturday morning.
We revisited AAA Restaurant for breakfast. It was very busy, just like Lido.
I only ordered the Pineapple Bun since I’m not hungry. It was as good as Lido’s and is served hot from the oven.
Both of us had hot milk tea.
Ben ordered the Satay Beef with instant noodle.
The instant noodle option had a 50cents upcharge. Ben’s order came with a free hot drink.
Ben actually wanted a combo meal which comes with egg but the menus on were all in Chinese. When we asked for an English menu, we were only given the standard menu without the combo version.
This is a Cash only place.
Updated: 26 Jul 2017: This restaurant had been replaced by Miss Lina Crepe Cakes.
After dinner, we walked over to the Central at Garden City to do some exploration on what’s new there.
Then we returned to Alexandra Road to look for a dessert place. We ended up at Scorpio’s M Dessert which opens from 3PM to midnight.
The interior looks nice with the high back chairs.
Ben just wanted a drink from the thirstiness he experienced from Midam Cafe. He had a Mango Soda which he said helps to quench his thirst. Continue reading
Ben and I went out for dinner on a Friday evening.
We decided to have Korean cuisine at Midam Cafe on Garden City Road.
Walking into the restaurant. it is all about basket ball, with Yao Ming’s life size poster on the entrance way.
More basketball posters on the wall. Continue reading