Wo Fung Noodle House on Park Road, Richmond

On the way home from the Richmond World Festival, we noticed that Wo Fung had opened up a location on Park Road.

The new Wo Fung Noodle House is located at the strip mall behind IHOP on No. 3 Road. It is also in the same area where Kumare is.

Wo Fung was almost full house when we arrived. Luckily, we do not have to wait long for a table, just a few minutes. The condiments and water are set at a counter for self service.

We had to order their signature chicken wings for snack. They were served piping hot and they were crispy on the outside and the meat was tender. (more…)

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Richmond Night Market 2017

Upon return to Bridgeport, we went to the Richmond Night Market near the River Rock Casino.

The theme for this year is prehistoric park.

The line into the market was very long. So, we bought the zoom pass which is slightly cheaper per entry and the most important factor is we can skip the line. Beware that it’s cash only in the night market.

Since we just had dinner, we only got a snack to try. Nanzaro wanted to had some fries.

He picked the Pho Fries, which is topped with a savory sauce, minced pork, sriracha, beansprout, cilantro and red onion. This is $7.50. (more…)

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Kung Fu Noodle at Parker Place, Richmond

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. (more…)

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Home Deli Noodle on No. 3 Road, Richmond

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. (more…)

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Thai Son on McClelland Road, Richmond

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. (more…)

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Success Women Richmond Mother’s Day Celebration

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. (more…)

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Success Women Richmond Mother's Day Celebration

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. (more…)

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First McDonald’s on No. 3 Road Marks 50 years

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. (more…)

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