I might as well stop beating around the bush and just say it. Expect great food at a great price, but with the standard service you would expect from a Chinese restaurant… which is notorious for not being good. Other than that, it’s a solid find!
Although each location offers a different theme, I do feel that I’m holding on to what Guu used to be, which is a bit better than what it is now. I do still really like Guu a lot, but I was underwhelmed with my experience at this location, which it the original too.
This year I decided to lay off the rabbit (bad karma), and just celebrate the egg! So here’s my tribute to the runny egg yolk! I introduce “The Egg Yolk Series” – A collection of 12 dishes featuring gorgeous golden flows of luscious silky egg yolk & where to eat them!
Michigan Noodle House is one of Richmond’s hidden gems and local favourites for traditional Cantonese food. They’re most famous for their wontons, congee and hand made noodles and everything on the menu is very affordable.
I have to chuckle at the name. The sign is a summary of what to order, or at least what they specialize in. “Beefy Beef Noodle, Salty Peppery Chicken & Bubble Tea”. It’s casual, open late, affordable and the food is okay with the beef noodle bowls being authentic and quite good.