When you hear Clay Pot Rice or Bo Zai fan, it is a well-known dish to many people from Hong Kong, Singapore, and Malaysia. Alex, the Clay Pot Rice restaurant owner, knows that many Chinese living in Calgary miss Bo Zai Fan.
“This is a critical time for many but our heart is still here to serve clients. We spend a lot of time in the kitchen to get our dishes to the tables and we must maintain the quality.”
“We’re not just about coffee, we’re about the people.”
“Exige is a French word that means ‘expect the best,’ ‘deliver the best’ and ‘do your best.’”
After having years of experience working in the food industry, and working with the art of making Teochew noodles, the owner of Chong Fat decided to bring the cherished food craft to Calgary.
Since its opening in July of 1966, Annette Fung has been with Silver Dragon every step of the way.
“We can get through this, I know this and I am committed. I will continue to bring that homey taste of Gui Lin rice noodle to serve everyone. If you haven’t tried it, I welcome you to.”
Julia says she is able to find silver linings, “sometimes [it] feels very hard due to COVID, but I can spend lots of time with my kids in my business, so I’m happy”.
“We got a call from the USA one day, it was from a grandson who could not travel back right away due to border restrictions.”
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I still get up at six in the morning, go to the restaurant to prepare the broth…God knows how much I should prepare for today’s takeout orders…