This famous Szechuan style Dan dan noodles just got a makeover! Guilty pleasure without the guilt and the pork! There are many variations to this popular Chinese noodles. In Sichuan, it is spicy, numbing and slightly crispy. Other southern regions, characterize this satisfying noodles topped […]
Prima Taste brand has been ranked best Singapore Laksa Instant Noodles top ten instant noodles two years running. This delicious laksa la mien can be found at T&T and most Asian supermarkets. Each package is approximated 2.60 to 2.99. It instant laksa noodles contains a block of noodles, curry laksa paste and also laksa curry premix. Prima Taste brand carries are three flavors: Laksa, Curry and Chili Crab..
The curry laksa paste has a very strong laksa smell and is very moist. Mix both packages in 2 cups of boiling water first.
Mix well and add in block of noodle and boil for 7 minutes. It requires a slightly longer cook time because the noodles are thick. The noodles are al dente and is quite chewy.
I really like the strong rich broth and is slightly spicy. I like to doll it up with fish balls and a hard boil egg. We hope you will like this!! We’re looking forward to trying the other Prima Taste instant noodles flavors.
November 14, 2013 Vancouver Coastal Health Health Protection Program 1200 – 601 W Broadway. Vancouver, BC. V5Z 4C2 To Whom It May Concern, I just want to bring health inspectors to attention to this establishment where I visited in mid-October. I was at […]
Taipei Railway Station 台北火車站 and Taipei Main Station 台北車站 is one of the main hubs to exchange from Metro to Rail. On our way to Jiu Fen 九份是台灣新北市瑞芳區的一個地區, we had about an hour wait before boarding the train. The Taipei Main Station has a main food court area […]
Congee Noodle House Vancouver 粥麵館 on Main x Broadway is your one stop noodle, rice, and congee house. They are opened late at night and a crowd favorite for many during lunch time. The location is convenient needless to say. The service is prompt but they don’t care much about your personal properties. They will push jam a dirty cart full of dishes right up against your jacket (even when there is clearly not enough room). The floors are sticky and the washrooms are filthy. This place certainly is a winner.
BBQ pork noodles: Thin chewy noodles al dente with a flavorful broth laced with MSG. Addictive I tell you. The BBQ pork is hit and miss. Some days it is very tender, while other days could be tough.
Fish Ball and Rice Noodles: Bouncy with every bite. The balls however lack some serious flavor.
Salt and Pepper Deep Fried Small Fry: Nicely double fried and garnished with salt and pepper. Something excellent on it’s own or with congee!
Four Treasure BBQ Rice: The treasures are a mixture of BBQ port, Soy Chicken, Salty Egg, and Roasted Pork. Fatty pieces with a dash of soy.
Salt and Pepper Deep Fried Tofu: Similar to the small fry, these tofu are delicious. But be careful they are soaked with oil inside. Better to wait a little before putting them in your mouth.
Overall, I always feel short changed here. My dry cleaning certainly was more expensive than my meal where portions have shrunk significantly over time. If you are dying for a bowl of decent congee, I suggest Tai Hing Congee and Noodle House 大興粥麵之家 in Richmond.
141 E Broadway Vancouver, BC V5T 1W1
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Ay-Chung Flour Rice Noodles 阿宗麵線 serves a highly addictive bowl of rice noodles. It could be one of the best noodles in Ximending. The store only offers one thing. It doesn’t need to cloud your judgment with other items because it does it so […]
So as we mentioned last time, Shanghai Morning Restaurant 小南國上海小吃 is now the new Chen’s Shanghai Kitchen 白玉蘭餐館 and we were ecstatic to have a new favorite place to satisfy our XLB cravings. Oh those juicy soup dumplings. Shanghai Morning isn’t just a one song […]
Bao Chau Vietnamese Vancouver 寶珠 is located on 2717 East Hastings Street near the infamous Pulled Pork Pancake at Red Wagon, PNE and Playland. This Vietnamese Pho restaurant has been around since I was a little kid and still continues to serve up simple Vietnamese dishes such as Pho noodles, broken rice, and their infamous spring rolls. Although they no longer offer any Banh Mi (such a disappointment! They were really good), Bao Chau 寶珠 is still one of my favorite Pho places with reasonable prices.
House Special Beef Noodle: Loaded with your usual thinly sliced fatty beef and garnished with white and green onions and cilantro. A light flavorful broth.
Bun Bo Hué or Pho Bo Hué 順化泃粉: I prefer Pho noodles over Bun Noodles. It is easier for me to pick up with chopsticks and I prefer the texture more. So I ask for a substitute. The broth is mildly spicy with predominant lemongrass flavors. Very spicy chilli oil is added later into the beef broth. Now you may argue that one could pour in some chili oil found on the table side and it should be no different. Ah, but it is not. The yumminess of this broth can’t be tampered with. Loaded with Vietnamese ham and fatty beef slices and the full works. delicious. Now where can I find true Pho Bo Hué with actual pork hock?
Spring Rolls: Crispy spring rolls that is not too oily and has a nice filling but it was slightly mushy during my last visit.
Service and the food is prompt and if you are in a hurry you could be in and out less than 30 mins. There are parking spaces in the back and plenty along the street. Bao Chau Vietnamese has plenty of cheap eats for good value.
Bao Chau Vietnamese 寶珠
Cuisine: Vietnamese, Pho, Noodles Soup
Hours: 10:00 am – 8:00 pm
2717 E Hastings St, Vancouver, BC V5K 1Z8
G-men Nan Chuu now re-opened where Nan Chuu used to be is now G-men Nan Chuu Ramen. I was so disappointed when the Sexsmith Continental Center location was closed. I’ve been meaning to try the Alexandra Road location for some time and what a better […]
Motomachi Shokudo 元町食堂 is one of the many Japanese Ramen restaurants congregating in West End / Vancouver Downtown area; mainly on the Denman Street. With so many to choose from, yet these little joints still always manage to be FULL. We initially wanted to […]
When one wants to dine out in Coquitlam, especially Asian cuisines, there aren’t a lot of choices. To add to the frustration, most do not open late (meaning past 10pm)… So where does one go for grub when they are too tired to venture out or just want a bowl of something satisfying within comforts of home? Somewhere clean where you won’t see salad rolls being prepared on dining tables sans cutting board or the very least plastic cover like a nearby 99 restaurant? (SRS, no joke!!!)
Pho Sen (Lotus Beef Noodle Restaurant) is located in Lincoln Centre, home to medical, dental and doctor’s offices; is in bit of a “suicide” location! Off the main roads and tucked in a ugly out-dated complex. Across the street is Henderson Place Mall. Pho Sen gave this restaurant a desperately needed face lift it’s predecessor neglected! Beautifully reno-ed with tiles, brick walls, bright lights and neutral tones, Pho Sen is invitingly clean where most other hole-in-the-wall pho places lacks!
The broth here is light (as in not oily) but yet still aromatic and flavorful! Portions are hefty and prices are reasonable!
The bowl is absolutely humongous! Marinated pork is well seasoned and tender; Shrimp skewers are fresh and juicy… Sprinkled with peanuts, shredded lettuce, cucumbers, bean sprouts and fish sauce. Ask for extra fish sauce (one bowl is usually not enough) and pre-mix some chili oil before pouring onto your dry noodles! Result? Fan-friggin-tastic!
Be sure to try their specialty crispy duck and choose from curry, house ‘king bac’, oyster and sweet and sour sauce – $14.95 for the special with jasmine rice, $2 extra to sub for fried noodles.
The duck deep fried but the meat is tender and the skin is crispy golden brown. Best of all it is not oily as one would imagine in a piece of KFC! The house sauce with green/red peppers and onions tasted like Hoi Sin (oyster sauce) that is slightly under flavor… I beg to decipher what the Oyster Sauce vs King Bac has to differ… Trust the curry sauce will actually be more suitable candidate for the duck…
A refreshing snack with fresh prawns, lettuce and vemicelli…
Fresh Lime Soda
absolutely refreshing especially on a hot summer’s day!!
Apparently Dave also came here during the day by himself. So we’ll have to wait and see what his “table for one” entitles.
- Friendly Staff
- Special Menu
- Lunch Special
- Late Night
- Large Portions
- Fusion Vietnamese
- Authentic Vietnamese
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Tai Hing Congee Richmond has the best congee in Richmond. If you disagree, please leave me a comment and prove that I am wrong. I know a lot of people go to Congee Noodle King on Main / Broadway. I just want to challenge everyone. […]