You Want Excellent Chinese Food, Manch?


#1005

That’s your biggest mistake right there. Didn’t you read my yelp theory?


#1006

But Lei Garden is not that good though, can’t believe you use that as a benchmark…

I haven’t been to Vancouver in ages…so can’t help you. If you visit Toronto though I can recommend a few good ones. If @myo is still around maybe he can help.


#1007

@hanera is hokkien? Tastes a little different from Cantonese.


#1008

You wouldn’t survive one day or one week without Yelp…


#1009

Saigon in Sunnyvale? Their hainan chicken is pretty good!


#1010

Canadians don’t use yelp.


#1011

Fisherman terrace is ok, eating now


#1012

Why didn’t you clarify your background? Manch thinks you are hokkien.


#1013

Aren’t most SG Chinese hokkien?


#1014

Assumed too much. Most Americans are also white.


#1015

Manch has bad memory. Mentioned here at least twice that my dad ran from Guan dong after the communists defeated the nationalists. Being a big landlord, my grand father suffered the same fate as Harriet’s grandpa. All our land is confiscated. I won’t hold grudges. Revolution see blood and change order in society.


#1016

Yoda is so selfless that I am going to :cry:. Trump should take away his AAPL shares, Cupertino, and Austin houses in order to make America great again.


#1017

Is there a revolution in USA now?


#1018

Do you speak Hokkien or Hakka? Someone said there are still many SG Chinese who don’t speak English, especially the taxi drivers.


#1019

Is Canada a real country???


#1020

No.

All can understand and speak short English phrases.
In fact, almost everyone know how to converse in different languages (English, Chinese, Tamil, Malay) and dialects (Mandarin, Hokkien, Cantonese) that are necessary for simple transactions and greetings.


#1021

The only revolution is inside @harriet’s head… :rofl:


#1022

Oh really? My brain is too tiny to host any action according to slipper king.


#1023

Even when someone is doing a review on a different restaurant they have to refer to the “world famous” San Tung chicken wings…

http://www.sfweekly.com/dining/go-eat-this-now-seafood-pancakes-at-manna/


#1024

It’s a small world for some people I guess.