Sunday, 30 October 2011
Monday, 24 October 2011
|Eating a fresh Lower Mainland raspberry at Granville Market.|
Monday, 17 October 2011
In spite of walking all over downtown Vancouver my hunger hadn't returned in time for dinner thanks to the two snacks my parents and I had mid-afternoon. However, we decided to end our Saturday sojourn with a dinner at a more unsophisticated Chinese restaurant called Kwong Chow Congee & Noodle House. Using the Cantonese pronunciation of the city of Guangzhou in its name, the restaurant naturally features Cantonese cuisine, with a greater focus on congee and noodle dishes. At least one congee dish was in order for us, as congee is easy on the digestive system and is considered as a food therapy dish. Though perhaps plain congee was the healthiest choice, it was also the blandest, so we opted for one of the healtheir flavoured ones.
|Congee with Conpoy and Dried Bok Choy|
Thursday, 13 October 2011
|Going for my first bite of a Kurobuta Terimayo Japadog.|
Monday, 10 October 2011
|The storefront of Motomachi Shokudo.|
Wednesday, 5 October 2011
Since Friday was the last day when we could have dinner together as an extended family, we returned to Red Star Seafood Restaurant for dinner. Of course, it's a no-brainer that one should have seafood when in Vancouver, so this time there was a greater focus on seafood this dinner. There were some other dishes that were seen in the previous entry for this restaurant, so I only photographed the untried ones as highlights.
|Soy Sauce Chicken|