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Sunday, 10 December 2017

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Soo

I love going to Sam Woo for breakfast too! I reviewed them as well:
www.hungryones.com/2017/08/sam-woo/

Cathy

Maybe I'll see you one morning, Soo. Your visit looked good. I completely forgot to do links! Remedied...

Faye

I had such a craving for an Asian breakfast and remembered your posts about SW's offerings! The two hour breakfast weekday window is a bit tough though. Do you think the roast duck was made same day or perhaps from the day before? I am a fan of their wonton soup but agree that the broth, at times, has been weak. The coffee prices are so outrageously affordable (esp with the condensed milk) -

Caninecologne

They raised the price by a .25 since my last visit with you

Cathy

The Mister and I try to eat before grocery shopping, which we try to do early to avoid crowds on those days when we have no early appointments, Faye. The roast duck is always hot, the skin is only slightly crisp (not like when you order Peking duck at a sit down restaurant) but I haven't paid attention to the preparation (I have seen them take out and chop the roast pork when ordered). The prices here are great.
Yes...and they didn't even print a new menu, cc. It is still very much worth it. I remember when breakfast was $2.75 and coffee and tea were 25¢.

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