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Wednesday, 27 October 2010



Not all ABCDE restaurants are bad. The hot spicy chicken looks really good.


That doesn't look bad and the batter to shrimp ratio is in my opinion, ideal.


Hi Cathy! I never seen egg foo young topped with chicken like that. Looks very good. The batter fried shrimp looks awesome. I want to sop all that rice in the mapo tofu sauce...!

The Food Detective

I love how you say you know it's an ABCD restaurant "because as soon as you sit down(then picture wonton and red sauce) That cracked me up. Anyways, that's the first time I've seen egg foo young.


It is really good, Carol. I did this post then went to RL for lunch- Subway is next door and would have cost the same but not been as tasty.
The first photo of the plate makes the shrimp look fat/over breaded, so that was why I showed a cross section photo, Bill. It is *so* perfectly battered and cooked.
Every Egg Foo Young is different, Dennis. I do usually order just vegetable (kind of as a side and then can be good as a leftover) EFY but this time with chicken was very nice. All of the food here is yummy.
I seem to order EFY a lot, TFD. I know it is just kindfo leftovers, but I really like it-must put the photos in posts. Haha-Yes, the red sauce gives it away. Although the red sauce and wontons were also automatic at Shanghai City, and that was where I would get my XLB fix...not an ABCDE menu item.


ungloppy is a very good descriptive! what a fun old school menu, egg foo young, moo goo gai pan... I'm hungry now


Ha!-you knew exactly what I meant, fh. The food here is so good, just old-fashioned recipes. I so love EFY.

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