MomJ was heading out with other seniors for a river cruise in Europe. The old lady sure knows how to enjoy. So, being the wonderful daughter-in-law, I offered to drive her to the airport. It's our usual norm to go dim sum before departure. Why? So she can bring some kind of Chinese food for her long flight. Yup, so Chinese.
Monday, June 2, 2014
Saturday, May 24, 2014
Since Buddha Boy was out golfing with the boys, Jujube and I were on our own food hunting. Located next to a car wash (in the same building), we've driven by this Japanese noodle shop so many times and, each time, we've told ourselves that we must pay it a visit. And now, we're finally here.
Sunday, May 4, 2014
Our old friends really don't know what to get us anymore. We're pretty content with everything we have. Stumped, they went with something dear to us...food. So armed with eight $50 gift certificates, we invited our friends for a feast with Buddha Girl's mom (MomM) who was visiting from Taiwan.
Dinner lineup: MomJ, MomM, Deloitte-san, Seto-san, Mr. & Mrs. Little Lee, Jujube, Buddha Girl and I.
Sunday, April 27, 2014
To make the long story short, Mr. & Mrs. Little Lee, Jujube, Buddha Boy and I wanted some kind of Chinese combination dinner. You know, one of those mix & match courses that gives you a complimentary dish on top of the freebie house soup and the freebie dessert. At some restaurants, rice is also free.
So we walked into one restaurant (suggested by Buddha Boy), sat down, poured tea and took at look at the menu. No combination menu. So we got up, walked out and drove to the next restaurant (suggested by Mrs. Little Lee).
Ah, yes, the sign says "Combination Menu 和菜".
Wednesday, April 23, 2014
Buddha Boy suggested to try that newly opened restaurant in Richmond, located across the street from Richmond City Hall. He was quite interested in trying out their famous lamb soup. Funny huh? Fat boy is usually not a fan of lamb...