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Hole-in-the-wall with weird name but Great 'Wok-Hay' stir-fry

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Hole-in-the-wall with weird name but Great 'Wok-Hay' stir-fry

Charles Yu | Nov 5, 2008 04:17 PM

'DAY & DAY COFFEE'! Yup! this is the name of this genuine hole-in-the-wall Chinese eatery up in Richmond Hill. Address is 10 West Pearce Street directly across from Spice Garden on Leslie. Their large lobster 2 ways is only $9.95/lb.( Stirred fry lobster tail with salted duck egg yolk and Deep fry claws and head with spicy salt and pepper ). Half the price O'Mei is charging but equally delicious. Their advanced order roasted pigeon is only $12.95!. We also had their 'Stir-fry string beans with minced pork and dried olives' Perfectly cooked with a unique aroma and taste coming from the olives not found elsewhere. ' Jair-Jair ' free range chicken in sizzling hot pot was very flavourful as well.
Bewarned though!! This place is a real hole-in-the-wall with non-existance decor and plastic disposable table cover. So jeans will be the perfect attire.

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