I love their Summer Rolls ($7.80), which are always fresh and tasty.
I ordered their Lasagne ($13.99), which is not one of my two regular dishes (normally I always order Beijing Black Bean or Seven Seas). I do love lasagne, but I keep forgetting that they top theirs with a weird sweet white sauce, that kind of tastes like Kingland Soy Mayo.
They also have a Rawsome Spaghetti dish ($9.90), which Brendan and Diana ordered. I am rarely if ever into raw zucchini, but if that floats your boat the option is there.
Brendan also ordered the Sweet and Sour Nuggets ($13.20). These were the first thing that I ever ordered from there, all those years ago! It also reminded me that, except for very specific circumstances, I don't really like sweet and sour. However, if you are into deep fried nuggets and sweet and sour sauce, I have it on good authority that this is a good one!
Leigh and J ordered the Norther Pan Bread ($7.50) and the Heavenly Salad ($9.90), which are polar opposites but two of my favourite things. The pan bread is oily, carby, salty deliciousness. And the heavenly salad is so wonderfully fresh, light and crunchy.
Diana got the Crispy Yum, which is a sweet and slightly spicy sauce on fried 'chicken' chunks, with rice and some crisp greens.
I love the Rosella Iced Tea ($6.90) to drink, it is sweet and refreshing.
Leigh and J ordered the Tom Yum Fried Rice ($12.80).
And the Loving Wrap ($13.99). I used to order this a lot early on. It is like a beancurd omelette wrapped around a tofu and veggie filling.
It was a really nice lunch catching up with everyone. And we grabbed a couple of things from the bake sale, but I didn't take any photos. I made a few things for the bake sale as well, which was fun!
I have a couple of other photos from recent Loving Hut meals kicking around, so I thought I'd just share them here as well. This is the Peking Luck, which is a delicious duck pancake. It was a special, and I am not sure they have it anymore, but I would recommend it if they do.
For a brief and glorious time they also had hot cinnamon sugar doughnuts, which were quite lovely. But they seem to be gone now. Boo!
And we had our ALQ volunteer meeting there a couple of months ago, where I ordered one of my favourites. The Seven Seas Delight is meant to be vegan fish... but it is not gross like I find most vegan fish and seafood. Instead it is just nicely seaweedy in flavour, with a nice sauce and is served with rice and veggies.
Cute Kitty Photo of the Post
Leigh has a love for all her kitty nieces, but has a particular draw to Sahara. Sahara is very alluring. Here she is, looking very smug because she has managed to get onto her grandparents' bed for a snooze.