We were shopping in Grand Central yesterday when J.C whatsapp-ed me asking us to join him dinner in Brissie. I demanded a little afternoon treat before dinner as I was in desperate of something sweet like "tong sui" to keep me happy these few days. He suggested Just Soy Cafe (福泉豆花美食), the sweet dessert shop he mentioned to me last time when we were in Sunnybank. It was drizzling along the way down, no heavy rain, and we felt very much thankful for that.
Front: Egg Pudding with Soy Custard (鸡蛋布丁+豆腐花) for myself.
Back: Caramel Pudding with Soy Custard (焦糖布丁+豆腐花) for Mr. Choo.
J.C was supposed to have the same dessert Mr. Choo had, but he ended up getting a Matcha Frappe with Caramel Pudding and kept quiet (I know he hated it, LOL). Can't blame him for getting too attracted by those girls at the front counter =p
The front counter. Boxes of disposable plastic and paper wares are everywhere.
Here's the address: Shop 1, Pacific Centre, 8 Lear St, Sunnybank Hills, QLD 4109, in case you wish to drop by on a hot summer day for some ice cold sweet desserts.
My opinion? Fairly priced for its smaller-than-usual portions. Taste wise was just average.
Oil-Soaking Sesame Prawn Toast - $6.00.
Salt & Pepper Calamari -$16.80. Some was overly salty, some was okay.
Crackling Roast Pork - $13.80. It's a shame that the lean meat part was just too dry and hard to chew. Little Hong Kong has so much more to offer, honestly speaking.
Sichuan / Fish-Fragrant Eggplant - $15.80. The most well-cooked dish of the night, in spite of being too oily.
Fried Oyster Omelet -$16.80. Salt overkill!!! The lady boss came asking if everything on the table was alright after we finished our meals. We said to her straight about what we thought, she then brought us some oranges to "harmonize" the excess saltiness in our mouths, that was very kind of her.
Eek, it's Monday tomorrow guys!!! Hope you and I have a nice week ahead (* -_･)
Everything will be alright and you'll get through it, Christina. Stay strong.