Wednesday, May 21, 2008

Lunch At Hong Kong Buffett

Amanda Carroll, my best friend Joan's little girl is finally graduating from High School this week, so On Sunday I decided to take them out for Lunch at the Hong Kong Supper Buffet Restaurant. Located on Bradley Park near Target,this restaurant is spacious.They have been opened for more than 3 years.
Walking in, is a big water fountain, with some gold fishes.
There is a party room for big group. And five or six buffet tables serving more that 200 items ranging from Chinese, Japanese , American and Mexican Cuisines.
Some of the favourites include, Sesame Chicken, Terriyaki Chicken, Sushi, Pizza,Soup ,Salad and Desserts.
Lunch for only $5.95 plus tax per person, this is a good deal and we had a coupon for 75 cents discount per person. We really enjoyed our lunch except service is not satisfied. We had waitresses that hardly speak English and a Gloomy face.
But, the food is fresh and delicious.
Our tickets came up to $36.00 with the discount(5 Persons)plus $7.00 Tips.

Friday, May 16, 2008

Sunday's Mother's Day Lunch

Snickers German Chocolate Cake
Fried Sweet Potatoes
Sushi,Shashimi,California Roll
Salt and Peppered Shrimp

We went to the Tako Japanese and Chinese Restaurant at Double Churches for lunch on Sunday. With 2 of our friends, Kun and Flora Yuan. This is Flora First Mother'S Day celebration. She just had her 1st child about two weeks ago. Also her birthday is on Monday. We suppose to have more friends joining us, but they did not show up.
This restaurant is not so busy today, as most people prefer to go to some fancy seat down or Buffet restaurant.
We asked the Owner and Chef to fix us something special instead ordering from the menu.
He fixed a big plate of different kind of Sushi and Shashimi, Salt and Peppered Prawn,Sweet and Sour Fish/Flounder,and Fried Sweet Potatoes and we had Snickers German Chocolate Cake for dessert.And Japanese Hot Tea.
Very Delicious, Great Mother's Day Lunch.

Monday, May 12, 2008

Happy Mother's Day

I had a Great Mother's Day. Actually, started on Friday. We drove to Atlanta to have lunch with my son. Went to the Happy Valley Chinese Restaurant.,on Jimmy Carter Boulevard, Exit 99. Located at the back of some stores, you can hardly see it. But we managed to find it. Moved from Buford Highway's location , a few months ago. This restaurant does not have an Oriental decor, but more of the Renaisance/Roman Decor.

As you entered,there are more than ten fish tanks with live fishes,crabs and lobsters . Not to busy for lunch time. Only a few tables, I think they are packed on Saturday and Sundays.

We ordered some Dim Sums- Siu Mai,Sticky rice, Rice Noodles,Har Kow and Char Siu Pau(Roast Pork Bun) They were very fresh and delicious, compared to other Dim Sum's restaurants.We also ordered Seafood Pan Fried Noodles. Very Good.

The ticket came up to $55.oo for 3 of us, and we have some leftovers to take home.
Then went to Asian Square to pick up some groceries, Hong Kong Bakery for some delis, and Ming'S Bistro for some Soy Sauce Roast Chicken,Roast Duck and Roast Pork.

Got to get out of the traffic before it is too heavy. Left at 3.oo pm, a little heavy traffic on downtown Atlanta.Then drove all the way back to Columbus, arrived at 5.15 and went to work.

Wednesday, May 7, 2008

Pimp Your Ride with Bling Bling Rims.

It is the trend now. Everywhere you see, the Homeboys are pimping their ride. Whether an old Grand Marquis /Crown Victoria or a new Trans-am, Honda Civic or a Cadillac Escalade,they are all rolled out with Hugh chrome Bling Bling Rims.
They like to cruise around and show them off. The rims even cost more than that old beat up car.
On the Road today, I saw one with a 23 or 24 inches rims and look at that Avalanche or Escalade, bright pink paint job on some 22 inches rims.
That's the way, we like to pimp our old junk cars.