Tonight is one of those nights that I feel like doing nothing at all, especially not cooking. We had a big day at work yesterday, so I guess a fairly decent dinner in a local restaurant was probably what we deserve best at this point in time.
Guess what? My BB surprised me with a red tulip, aww...
I wish, but he's just not that romantic kinda guy ;p
Tie Guan Yin, which is also known as Iron Buddha. $2.90 per person.
Yiu ng yiu yum cha ar? Literally means, "Wanna have some tea?"
The owner of the restaurant (I hope I'm right) approached us asking if this was our second visit to the restaurant. We nodded our heads and said, "Yeah." He then continued saying that he had seen the earlier post I made (somewhere at the end of last year) about our first visit to Hong Kong Chinese Restaurant and all those food photos I took that interest him.
After a little chit-chatting with the friendly guy, we went on browsing its menu.
What shall we order, BB? *cracks head*
While waiting for the meals to be served, we requested one of the girls (waitress) to refill hot water for our tea, but she seemed to forget to bring them back to our table until we asked for the tea again. I'm not being harsh but seriously, they should've paid more attention to the customers rather than just standing there talking at the counter.
Seafood Beancurd Hot Pot in Szechuan Sauce (锦江海鲜豆腐煲) - $21.90
Salt and Pepper Soft Shell Crab (椒盐软壳蟹) - $21.90. Still as crispy and delicious as they were but the price has slightly increased by two dollars compared to last time.