Here’s another post that combines visits to several establishments.
Some time ago, I was in Langley and re-visited Chamnamoo Korean Restaurant on 88 Avenue in Walnut Grove. “Chamnamoo,” by the way, apparently means “oak tree,” and this establishment offers traditional Korean dishes.
I had their Galbi-Tang, which was tender beef short ribs served with veggies and egg in beef bone broth. I found that the beef wasn’t as tender as advertised. I would say, overall, it was quite ordinary; the soup wasn’t particularly sweet.
Just like other traditional Korean restaurants, Chamnamoo serves side dishes in addition to the meal.
The next restaurant that I went to a while back was Jun Sushi at Alderbridge Place in Richmond – but it has since closed down.
Since Jun Sushi no longer exists, there’s not much point in talking about the food/service, but let’s just say it was one-and-done for me because they were just too slow with everything they did. Oh well, at least there are some pictures from that lone visit.
Here’s some Wings from the local Church’s. They’re way better than KFC’s, that’s for sure.
Finally, some take-out from Miyako Sushi (East Hastings and Nanaimo in Vancouver), where the service was mediocre. Anyway, the staff there weren’t Japanese; they spoke Chinese.
Will post more items soon!