Ice-less HK Milk Tea. A picture of it piqued my curiosity for this place that I decided I wanted to come try this place the next time I had a free dinner slot.
Located in the west side of Commerce Gate you actually have more parking than you realize because it’s the furthest from the main entrance. So location in the plaza is good.
Since the Ice-less HK Tea is the only thing I knew about this restaurant aside from being a noodle house from the name, I didn’t know what else to expect.
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This event is smaller than Night it Up which has one fringe benefit… it was less crowded. This venue provides no seating, so people come and go more readily. After the initial influx in the mornings and lunch hours the crowds quickly dissipate. I could tell since I can see the venue from my condo so I can choose an appropriate time to go.
One thing about the venue this time compared to some other time I *approached* it was the stinky tofu smell wasn’t too strong. I recall one time they had the smell so strong I just turned around once I reached the corner.
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This was the third stop we had on our lunch time excursion with my wife and friend. Before eating our satisfying meal from the place next door we saw this Creperie and I said let’s go here after so I had made some room. Continue reading T-swirl crepe
Ordered the ramen from the menu and they didn’t have a spicy indicator nor did they ask what spice level I wanted. Bloody thing was so spicy I couldn’t even eat it.
Then they were telling me next time to let them know. I said “no problem, I just won’t eat it” and I was just going to wait for my colleagues to finish their orders while my tongue was just recovering.
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