4441 Boundary Road, Vancouver, BC
Since it's my birthday weekend, I get to choose where to go for food...for the whole weekend!!! After our disappointing visit at Saboten (see post 2011-01-29 Tonkatsu @ Saboten), I've been craving for better tonkatsu. Luckily, 29th Avenue Cafe is right in our hood. Our previous visit (see post 2011-10-06 Dinner @ 29th Ave Cafe) was very enjoyable, and this time, MomJ joined us.
The main reason why we dragged MomJ along was for this plate of Chicken Saute with Mushroom Sauce, a combination she just simply cannot resist.
I wanted to try the Omerice, an omelet filled with fried rice and topped with ketchup. The chicken fried rice was also stir-fried with ketchup. The thin layer of egg had a light hint of sweetness. Extraordinary? No, just simple comfort food.
The Hamburg Steak was something Buddha Boy wanted to try. The meat was moist, but it was a bit bland, mainly because the steaming process took away some of the flavors. The sauce helped, but it was weak.
With MomJ, the three of us also added an order of Pork Tenderloin Cutlet (left) and an order of Pork Cutlet (right). Yup, five dishes amongst the three of us, but there were leftovers. Just to share, the following week, we took DadT here and the three of us ordered six dishes...with no leftovers!!! Wahahahaha! A family of piggies!!!