Yesterday, a co-worker and I had the baked rice dishes at Top's Cafe.
I order the Seafood baked rice casserole, while my co-worker had the baked Pork Chop. I have been told that baked rice casserole is a fad in Hong Kong.
The meal came with a bowl of soup and tea.
The soup was Bortsch, which was good.
Of the two baked casserole the Seafood was far better because we found the Pork Chop which was well cooked and seasoned was a too oily. The seafodd casserole was a real treat, it had today oyster, shrimp, scallops and fake cakemeat in a rich white cheese sauce. Both serving were very large almost more than I could eat.
They serve afternoon, which I will tried later and report back. They have two locations
650 Barber Lane
1075 S. De Anza
by Caryn Ganeles | Food historian Susan Tucker included bread pudding as one of the definitive New Orleans foods in her...
by Colleen Rush | It's Carnival season in New Orleans: a period of celebration, indulgence, and debauchery leading up...
by David Klein | Welcome to Slow Cooker Week! We're sharing all our favorite Crock Pot recipes, tips, tricks, and advice...
by Amy Sowder | Welcome to Slow Cooker Week! We're sharing all our favorite Crock Pot recipes, tips, tricks, and advice...