Mui Garden Restaurant
5960 Minoru Blvd.
Richmond BC Canada (a suburb of Vancouver)
In this video I show the Hong Kong Style Milk Tea, the Hai Nam Chicken ($11.00), and the Deep Fried Beef Brisket with Curry (hot) $10.50.
Thanks to the restaurant and for Stephen for introducing me to it!
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Vietman returns to call a Vietnamese restaurant and does his usual accusation of people saying motherfuck. The usual hilarity ensues when the old man dares him to kick people’s asses.
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In this video, I attempt to Introduce and taste many kinds of Japanese foods all in one sitting. Which dish looks the most appetizing or grotesque to you?
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While in Osaka, in April of 2012 at a conference I had the good fortune to meet Mr. Ken and his family. The day after the conference Mr. Ken took Shun, Manabu, and me to an Osaka traditional Japanese restaurant.
The restaurant is around one-hundred fifty years old. Meals are served in private rooms with tatami mats on the floors, low tables and chair. Shoes are left at the restaurant’s lobby; sandals are worn, and taken off before entering the private dinning room.
The food was served in small portions with many courses and it was all excellent. A big thanks to Mr. Ken for this outstanding Japanese meal and outstanding Japanese experience.
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Welcome to Sugar Land’s first Hakka Chinese Restaurant!
We pride ourselves in serving fresh, traditional Indo-Chinese Cuisine made from our family recipes.
Armed with Chinese and selective Indian spices, family recipes, and a Hindi flare that would make even Bollywood envious; Lin, Gary and their families have put their heads and taste buds together to bring you Houston’s premier “Chindian” restaurant. Let them tantalize your hankering for authentic “Chindian”- India in a wok.
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