April 14, 2007

The Best Chinese "Restaurant''

We finally found a place to have wonderful, authentic Chinese food without having to drive hundreds of miles or get on an airplane. But it wasn't at a restaurant.
I knew Riana was a fabulous cook, but didn't know she could cook Chinese like she was born and raised in Shanghai!

The menu consisted of potstickers, hot and sour soup, kung pao chicken, sweet and sour pork, mapo tofu and sweet coconut hom bao for dessert. We enjoyed the afternoon together, eating, drinking and laughing, until the chef had to go have a very painful tooth crowned.

We'll be reserving a table again soon! Pin It


Katie said...

I read about that....the Sweet and Sour Pork look fabulous.
Lucky you for being so close!

wcs said...

Yes, lucky you. We only get good asian food when we go to Paris. We've learned to make some ourselves, like nems (eggrolls), and many stir-fry dishes.

By the way, I'm planning on making your pork colombo next week !

Loulou said...

yes, we are lucky to have met them

let me know how the colombo turns out

Riana said...

la sa jo fam may?

Grad ruo a rike the frood!

next time Peking Duck!!