Friday night dinner at Spencer Village
At Spencer Village (Spencer Road Shopping Centre, Thornlie) recently, Jac had a teriyaki fish salad from the Japanese stall. It’s very nice, but a very small meal indeed. I knew she’d need something else…
I had been craving chee cheong fun (fresh rice flour roll) and yong tow foo (stuffed beancurd and vegetables) from Fook Kee. Both are small-sized meals, so I ordered both. I figured Jac would probably want to eat some too (I was right!). :)
After we’d both finished, we were still peckish, so Jac went back to Fook Kee and ordered a bowl of pork and century egg porridge (a bargain at AU$2.50 a bowl). I’m not a big fan of eating the century egg directly – it tastes too strongly of the stinky egg – but I am quite happy to eat rice porridge that’s been cooked with it. This was so tasty. Jac ate the egg morsels scattered throughout the porridge, and we both enjoyed the dish.