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Chef of Dumplings: For the Love of Dumplings

Chef of Dumplings is one of the many Asian-themed food stalls in the Aberdeen Centre’s food court… this one specializing in… you guessed it – dumplings! And who doesn’t love a good dumpling from time to time.
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Sura Korean Cuisine (Richmond): Lunch Special

Sura Korean Cuisine currently has two locations in the Lower Mainland… one on Robson Street in Vancouver and this outlet on the lower floor of Aberdeen Centre in Richmond (takiing over the old Tropika location).
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Strike (Aberdeen Centre): Black Pepper Pork

In bowling terms, a strike is an indication that the bowler has knocked down all of the pins with their first ball of a frame. When we’re talking about food, Strike is a popular Taiwanese chain that has a location in the Aberdeen food court.
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Chef Hung Taiwanese Beef Noodle (Aberdeen)

Aberdeen Centre has some really good eats. If it weren’t for all of the crazy people in the parking lot, we’d probably be here more often. On one visit, we decided to try a Chef Hung Taiwanese Beef Noodle.
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Mambo Cafe – Curry Beef Brisket and Baked Pork Chop

Every now and again, I get a craving for the kind of food that you can only get at HK style cafes, like Mambo Cafe located in Aberdeen Centre.  I suppose this is the Asian equivalent of getting a Big Mac combo at McDonalds. Read the rest of this entry

Wu Fung Dessert (Aberdeen Centre) – Chicken Wings

So, is this place called “Wu Fung” or “Wo Fung”? I’ve read a couple of different reviews and I’ve seen both used.  I think I’ll stick with “Wu Fung” since that’s what it says on the sign.  Mind you, it’s called “Wu Fung Dessert” but does anyone come here for dessert?

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Mambo Cafe – Baked Seafood Rice

Mambo Cafe is one of the more popular stalls in the Aberdeen food court with what seems like constant lineups.  I’m always surprised that there are so many people that come here just to order HK style thick toast. Read the rest of this entry

Lung Kee Congee & Noodles

As it turns out, a lot of the restaurants that we used to go to in Aberdeen recently closed due to overdue rents.  So we decided to try out the food court instead.

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Vera’s Burger Shack Express

With all of the recent scares of tainted meat in the news lately, it’s hard to believe that I’m still eating burgers at all.  Well, I suppose there’s a difference between eating frozen burger patties and burgers that are made fresh to order… like the ones at Vera’s Burger Shack. Read the rest of this entry

Teppan Kitchen

When I think of teppanyaki, I usually think back to the classic Three’s Company episode where Jack Tripper is trying to pretend (rather unsuccessfully) to be a seasoned Japanese chef.  I think Teppan Kitchen has been at Aberdeen Centre for a while but I usually get distracted by all of the other food stalls that I’ve never given it much thought… until now.

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Tropika (Aberdeen)

Is there actually any shopping to do in Aberdeen Centre that doesn’t involve food?  Well, on this one weekend, we came by to pick up some cables from NCIX and bumped into our nephew and his friends so we decided to try out Tropika (located on the lower floor near Mei Jan Hong). Read the rest of this entry

Jang Mo Jib (Aberdeen Centre) – Chicken Bool Go Gee Lunch Box

I’m not sure why the ratings for Jang Mo Jib in Aberdeen are so low.  The prices are a little expensive, but most Korean places tend to be slightly higher in price and the serving size you get with their lunch special boxes is pretty good.

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