When I go out I always hear people complain,” this is too salty”, or “there is not enough flavor, it needs more salt”, is there a happy medium!?
I am one of the “too much salt” complainers. That being said, it was one of the reasons why I enjoyed this place. The dishes were overall less oily and salty compared to the other noodles houses, IE #1 Beef Noodle House on Willingdon etc. the plethora of noodle houses I tried in Richmond.
Champion braised beef tendon & beef shank with noodle in soup $10.95. I liked it wasn’t too salty or oily like some other noodle houses. The combination of flavours was simple yet it was delectable. The braised beef tendon was so tender 3.5/5
This is more expensive than similar bowls in Richmond but for the West Vancouver, it’s a decent deal. Also, there are not that many options in West Van for noodle houses.
Pork chop rice, the pork is really crispy and not too salty, not much to say here, it was very typical. Similar to what you can find at bubble tea houses. 3/5
Marinated beef wrap 6.95. The wrap itself was crispy but it lacked the meat lacked flavor. 3/5
Mango green tea, Argh… I want real fruits, I could almost taste mango kool-aid. 2/5