Saturday, June 27, 2009

BBQ King

Another meal with Seok, that week (in March) we finished the class in the afternoon. Then when we arrived the city, its time for dinner.. This place is well known for roasted duck... long time wanted to try.

We went there around 5.30 pm. The restaurant was still empty.

After ordered, the big bowl of pork bone soup was served. I love this soup, just remind me when I was young eating this soup made from Grand dad. Oh, there were peanut in it too.


Roasted duck on rice. (can't remember the price but i think its a bit more expensive compare with other restaurants). The duck was good, the skin was crispy, the sauce was not too salty and enhanced the flavour of the dish. Only thing I can blame was its too

Not only one dish of course.

We ordered 2 pieces of peking duck. mm... disappointing for me, the meat was too soft and the sauce was too sweet. But it was first time for Seok (new experience again for him..haha), he really like it.

Ahh.. I hate my hair colour >"<

Oh, we also chosed the Sampan Congee with Beef, Squid, Jelly Fish (hongkong style) not bad but the one at Superbowl is the best.

came with Yu tiao.
Next time if go there, wanna try BBQ pork too :D

BBQ King
18-20 Goulburn St.,
Sydney NSW 2000
Tel : (02) 9267 2586


Lorraine @ Not Quite Nigella said...

What's wrong with our hair colour? It looks nice! Sounds like you had a bit of a hit and miss meal and what a shame about the Peking duck pancakes :(

Simon Food Favourites said...

that's ashame you didn't like the peking duck pancakes. they're one of my favourites because you get lots of meat and a chilli around the spring onion for extra bite. but i know it's supposed to be more crispy skin and less meat to be more authentic i guess?

Bean Sprout's Cafe said...

Lorraine : cuz I don't like the highlight.. its the miscommunication between i and hair dresser (even i did it in thailand..haha)

Simon : Don't get me wrong. I love the peking duck pancakes but the one i had here was not good, the one I had in Zilver was better.. (maybe I was unlucky) but yeah, in Thailand they eat only skin with pancake. I am not sure the thick meat is Hongkong style or not.

Geok Li said...

Hi I'm new to your blog... very inspired by the blogs you put up cos I'm also going to LCB Sydney for the July intake.. Hope to get to know you when I'm there.

Joe said...

Hi Ja, can i have your email address or mobile no? Have some questions to ask about LCB.

I might be in London next year and I am thinking about doing the diploma in London.

Have you graduated yet?