Tag: asian

Sep 18

Ollie’s in Hells Kitchen made me a New York fan!

Ollies Chinese Restaurant New York

Although I have worked in and around New York, on and off, for the last decade and a half, I rarely have ventured right into Manhattan. On a recent trip to meet up with friends from Germany, we were making our way back to the Port Authority to catch a bus back to our hotel and …

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Apr 20

Coconut Palm Restaurant is Vietnamese cuisine at its best!

Coconut Chicken Curry

Hard to spot this Coconut Palm in Ottawa’s Trainyards!! Tucked away in the Trainyards, this place is hard to find. And it’s decor is not fancy but we’re sure that you won’t mind As soon as that food passes your lips You’ll even consider increasing your tips ’cause the owner and chef is incredibly kind. Ottawa …

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Mar 22

Indie Blogger Brunch at ZenKitchen was enlightening

Zen Kitchen Facade

My first blogger brunch was a Zen experience!! The staff at ZenKitchen thought me far out to lunch When I told them of 15 bloggers coming for brunch.. In the end, we were just four Though we’d clearly hoped for more… Perhaps next time there will be a whole bunch! This adventure started a few …

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Sep 12

If you can go to Mango, you really should!

Forgotten Fish (the name that is!

Quango, Mango, Van Gogh!? In Kingston this summer, we searched for a Quango, For we knew little else would ever rhyme with Mango Where Asian cuisine was superb and the service was great… Not a single precious morsel was left on the plate! If this were a painting, I’d judge it a Van Gogh 😉 …

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May 27

Mongolian Village – the Gloucester Centre’s best kept secret

The Mongolian Grill

You’ll eat your Fill from the Mongolian Grill At Mongolian Village you’ll always eat your fill Just pick what you like and it’s cooked on the grill. Lots of sauces and spices to add to the taste; You pay by the weight so none goes to waste! And at the end, there’s no shock with …

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May 09

Between Willie and Juan’s and T’Basil it was a Thai

Seafood Shabu Shabu

Willie and Juan’s Thai’d by T’Basil It didn’t really seem like such a tall order, We just wanted food from South of the Border! Willie and Juan’s that’s where we were led But across the road at T’Basil is where we were fed Forty-Five minutes waiting is just sheer murder… The Supper Seven were all …

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Apr 05

Spice it up a little at Chahaya Malaysia

Malaysian, Indonesian & Vegetarian Cuisine

[ad#Google Adsense links 468×15] Since this friday was Good Friday, Dorothy and I decided that rather than completely foregoing our weekly dining out treat, we would simply change the date to thursday. This meant that instead of our normal seven, it was just the two of us and our options were much broader than is …

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