What a horrible picture on my behalf, composition is totally wrong, but hey I was hungry after Ultimate practice and really wanted to go in and eat.
Flo Tea Room is another one of those Taiwanese/HK Style cafes that are found in abundance, especially within Richmond. The crowd here is mostly younger, but you do see families sometimes. The menu is very well laid out and it’s pretty. This page for the drinks looks like a clubbing poster..!
Anyways, so we order the typical entree+drink type of thing. All are below $10, and +$1 for cold drinks. I really don’t know how they can justify charging a dollar to put in ice. It’s almost the same volume as a hot drink. I understand that maybe they don’t make their own ice and they buy it, but it’s still really cheap.. so why? Anyways, it was a little chilly that night and the restaurant was cold so I got a hot drink, half coffee half tea.
Victor got this and I don’t remember what it’s called on the menu. If its directly translated from Chinese, Dai Pai Dong, it means “street vendor noodles“. It’s just a big bowl of noodles with..lots of stuff.
To somewhat show you how big these bowls are…
I had the Szechuan Beef Brisket Noodle. Yummy and spicy, just what I wanted! No complaints here about it, lots of meat and the soup was full of flavour.
YW got Deep Fried Chicken Knee Joints, something that Kels was really hesitant on trying.
Fried Rice for Kels, and she didn’t even finish it. Tsk tsk!
Kevin joined us after and got …. man I need to write these posts earlier, I forget what the food is called! I want to know so I can order it next time I go to Flo.