Category - Chinese
Just because something is listed the same on the menu doesn’t mean that you’ll be getting exactly the same thing. We’ve seen this with Vietnamese bun bo...
Sourced from Kelvin Chen I meet chef James Chen and his son Kelvin at a coffee shop in the evening. Chef James has spent the day busily working as a second cook at the...
Pan-fried pork buns at Shanghai Morning (Photo: Carolyn B. Heller) “Wouldn’t it be nice if you could take a smell photo?” my husband Alan asked, as an...
With Easter coming up this weekend, I, like many, will be going for brunch with my family this Sunday (April 16, 2017). I’m particularly looking forward to having...
Photo credit: Sherman Chan, Sherman’s Food Adventures Growing up, Chinese pastries and baked goods were a staple in my household. I have had my fair share of BBQ Pork...
Photo Credit: Tara Lee Located across the street from Richmond Public Market, Johnson Centre (8171 and 8191 Westminster Highway) is modest in size, but packed with excellent...
Photo Credit: Tara Lee It’s been a rough winter this year for those of us who aren’t especially fond of the snow, cold temperatures, and eternally grey skies. On...
Alexandra Road, a two or three block strip in central Richmond, is known as “Food Street” or “Eat Street” by locals for a reason. It truly is an...
Driving along Capstan Way, it would be easy to miss Oaks Plaza (9020-9060 Capstan Way) since it’s on the smaller side and is fairly non-descript. However, don’t...
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