Friday, 2 August 2013

Richmond Night Market, Richmond: Duckies everywhere!

Date night gave me a chance to finally come to the Richmond Night Market! So happy =D It was much bigger than the Summer International Night Market, with a lot more variety of food and vendors. And DUCKS. =D
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Restaurant: Richmond Night Market (visit their website here)
Location: 8351 River Road, Richmond
Cuisine: Variety (Asian)
Price range: $10-$20

Date of visit: August 2, 2013
Atmosphere: 5/5
Staff/service: 4/5
Food variety: 5/5
Food quality: 3.5/5
Buck worthy? 4/5

Went to a few places, first stop was CHOCL-IT (which was a cute, clever name). Basically you got a choice of what to cover in chocolate and whether you wanted to DIY.

RL chose to cover....BACON. I think it was around $5 for two and he chose to DIY of course.

My piece was super smothered in chocolate and was quite.... INTERESTING.

Got much better after the chocolate solidified, but harder to eat because the chocolate started flaking off =P

To get some real food, we visited Mr. Seafood for their Crab ($8.00) and there were quite a few pieces!

Not unreasonably priced, I was happy with it.

Very crispy but at the same time so oily that one piece filled me up.

Finally, got me some Seafood Deluxe Okonomiyaki  ($7.50) from a place that seems to have no name.

Waiting 30 minutes seems a bit overdoing it considering its supposed to be fast food.

Finally got it, and it wsn't too bad, mainly cabbage and batter. I couldn't find a lot of seafood. It fell apart easily, and they only gave us two skewers which we used as makeshift chopsticks (it was rather difficult to eat). Not too happy.

Random fireworks pic cuz they were so amazing!
Overall I had fun, although I didn't get to try more variety from all of the food vendors there. There's also lots to buy, but coming from Hong Kong, the prices weren't too appealing to me.

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