We shared a couple of entrees (that's appetisers, for my American readers).
First up we had the Fried Dumplings ($6), which were oddly served without any sort of sauce. The pastry was a bit on the thick side. They were still good, but some sauce would have improved things!
We also got some BBQ Pork Buns ($4.80), because I can never say no to these on any menu.
We also shared some Chinese Greens in Ginger Sauce ($10.90), because greens are important!
For my main (or entree, for my American friends), I had the Tofu and Mushroom Hotpot with Black Pepper Sauce ($17.90). This was good, though very heavy on the pepper! The tofu was silken tofu, which was pleasant. The mushrooms were chopped up really finely, I would have preferred larger mushroom pieces.
Amy had the Salt and Pepper Pork ($13.90). I had a bit, as expected very deep fried!
Afterwards, we took our full bellies (and our leftovers) to the local IGA (a supermarket here) and Amy bought a million dollars worth of Gardein, Match Meats, Tofurkey and Vegenaise. It was amusing. :)
Cute Kitty Photo of the Post
Amy has three glorious kitties! Catpurrnicus (ginger boy at the back) and Cat Sagan are pictured here making out with my bags one Saturday afternoon when I visited Amy after work. Not pictured here is Neil de Cat Tyson.