Sesame Chicken
Sesame Chicken  450 g

A family favourite, Sesame Chicken appeals to everyone. When there are disagreements over what to pick-up, you just can’t underestimate the value of a dish that gets everyone’s vote. The dish may have a future in politics. Can a hot and delicious bowl of Sesame Chicken provide good representation? Cast your vote and find out.

Ginger Beef
Ginger Beef  500 g

This is what you ordered, something substantial, and satisfying. An enticing mix of noodles, fried rice, beef and zesty sauce—it will warm you up. Ginger Beef has a rich history as a recipe—so consider yourself charged with carrying on a tradition. A kind of flavour anthropologist. Are you ready for your next adventure Dr. Jones?

Honey Garlic Boneless Ribs
Honey Garlic Boneless Ribs  470 g

Canada loves ribs and we get to play cupid. Let us introduce you to a friend of ours. Over Chow mein noodles with fresh pea pods, celery onion and carrots, we add delicious pieces of boneless pork and our popular sauce. We’re just going to step out and leave you two alone for a while.

Butter Chicken with Rice
Butter Chicken with Rice  460 g

Butter Chicken is an ambassador for all India. It has negotiated a truce between vegetarian cuisine of South Asia, and North America’s growing taste for curries and spices. Indeed, compromise is probably the wrong word for something so dedicated to being delicious. The tender white chicken, rich curry, peppers and rice are so delicious it’s almost a crime. Don’t worry though, Butter Chicken has diplomatic immunity.

Korean Beef
Korean Beef  450 g

The traditional Bee Bim Bap puts a wealth of colour and flavours at your fingertips. Korean beef, egg, daikon, carrots, and spinach all live on a bed of steamed rice. Each flavour complimenting and offsetting the other. Some Western foods can be over-saturated, the Korean palate appreciates distinctive and diverse flavours. Borders and distance can’t limit the worlds’s best meals anymore—so we’re pleased to show this Korean favourite to you.

Teriyaki Chicken
Teriyaki Chicken  500 g

A medley of fresh of vegetables have spontaneously taken up with rich, delicious chicken and our signature teriyaki sauce. They look good together. And what is a wedding without rice? Lots of fluffy rice to be exact. It’s a known fact that an unusually high number of great things involve teriyaki sauce. Make room for it in your life and be prepared at all times. Sometimes great things just happen.

Sweet and Sour Pork
Sweet and Sour Pork  500 g

What can we say about ”Sweet and Sour”? It is the supporting pillar of every Chinese menu–this is well understood. It is the perfect balance of opposites–the flavourful manifestation of yin and yang. More importantly, it is food on a journey. A thing that is so well liked, that it’s adopted and adapted by everyone. So may we present our version of a most worldly dish, the delectable Sweet and Sour Pork. Cubes of battered pork in sauce are blended with crisp vegetables and pineapple chunks, all on steamed rice. Please do carry it down the road a little further.

Couscous Salad
Kung Pao Chicken  460 g

Kung Pao Chicken emerged from the Qing Dynasty. Thank you Qing Dynasty! This dish is a living history. Juicy morsels of chicken, red peppers, water chestnuts, Baby Corn, Celery, and green onion combines with a savoury sauce with just a hint of spice. A thousand years from now, a lot may have changed, but barring any stray asteroids or robot takeovers, our descendants will sit down to kung pao chicken and thank us for passing the torch.

Wor Wonton
Wor Wonton  500 g

If soup is comfort food, Wonton Soup is probably the king of comfort. This is an ample supply of warmth and good feelings along with Pork wontons, prawns and fresh vegetables in a savoury steaming broth. So try our Wonton Soup. So many comfortable people can’t be wrong.

Teriyaki Chicken
Teriyaki Chicken  500 g

A medley of fresh of vegetables have spontaneously taken up with rich, delicious chicken and our signature teriyaki sauce. They look good together. And what is a wedding without rice? Lots of fluffy rice to be exact. It’s a known fact that an unusually high number of great things involve teriyaki sauce. Make room for it in your life and be prepared at all times. Sometimes great things just happen.

Sukiyaki Beef
Sukiyaki Beef  385 g

A steaming hot bowl of Sukiyaki Beef and noodles is something to look forward to. Big udon noodles make us slow down and enjoy things more. Sweet succulent sukiyaki beef rewards your patience. Something about traditional Japanese foods makes them more than quick meals. They are tiny edible landscapes. Behold! The world is on your platter.

Couscous Salad
Honey Garlic Boneless Ribs  370 g

Canada loves ribs and we get to play cupid. Let us introduce you to a friend of ours. Over Chow mein noodles with fresh pea pods, celery onion and carrots, we add delicious pieces of boneless pork and our popular sauce. We’re just going to step out and leave you two alone for a while.

Couscous Salad
Korean Yam Noodles  360 g

These noodles are simply something you’ll have to try. You won’t have to step outside any comfort zone—this is a safe space. Delicious is a universal quality and this Korean recipe is tried and true. If you try it, you’ll find it’s true.

Couscous Salad
Pepper Steak  365 g

Hmm, Pepper Steak! Just saying it is tasty. We know that flavour—it haunts us from the summertime barbeque. Imagine that transposed onto a hot delicious bowl of comfort food. All that meaty and peppery goodness whenever or wherever it suits.

Couscous Salad
Sweet and Sour Pork  335 g

What can we say about ”Sweet and Sour”? It is the supporting pillar of every Chinese menu–this is well understood. It is the perfect balance of opposites–the flavourful manifestation of yin and yang. More importantly, it is food on a journey. A thing that is so well liked, that it’s adopted and adapted by everyone. So may we present our version of a most worldly dish, the delectable Sweet and Sour Pork. Cubes of battered pork in sauce are blended with crisp vegetables and pineapple chunks, all on steamed rice. Please do carry it down the road a little further.

Couscous Salad
Thai Red Curry Chicken  365 g

Red is a colour associated with danger. So live dangerously and try this Thai Red Curry hot pot. It puts the hot in hot pot and we guarantee to warm you up. For the experienced, red curry can be an addictive spice. Try not to get hooked. Everything in moderation for safety’s sake. Even Thai food.

Couscous Salad
Udon Noodle Soup  365 g

Udon Noodle soup is a staple for Japan. It’s the soup that satisfies in a hard-working culture so there is something to it. The first clue is the mega-noodles. They’re big and there’s lots of them. Clearly not your ordinary soup. Chicken, soy, spices, and a delicious broth fill rest of the pot. We think Udon is in your future.

Couscous Salad
Hot and Sour Soup  420 g

Put down the snow shovel, park the Zamboni, and take a break. It‘s time for something hot and sour. Yes, mood elevation does come in a bowl and it can cure the winter blahs. This flavour in particular is diametrically opposed to Canadian winter. An antidote you might say. Taken as needed, it can melt one’s personal permafrost and keep spirits high till spring.

 
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