My first farewell dinner, happened exactly one month before I left. It was a treat from a friend. Was the most expensive farewell dinner.
Left: We had problem in deciding where to have the dinner. Ended up he suggested Wah Hing at 85 Gouger Street, Adelaide. This place is known to be quite expensive. I dined here once before. However, when the first time I was there, I wasn’t in very good mood. Everything I ate tasted nothing, I ate for the sake of eating.
Right: This wasn’t in the menu. No idea how much was it. My friend requested for something spicy and we were recommended with this. Chicken strips with dried chili. It’s so spicy but it tasted great!
Left: String Beans with Garlic and chilli (AUD9), at least they got the vegetable right. It wasn’t overcooked as most places got this bean overcooked and became very dry.
Middle: Fresh Scallop Steamed with Ginger and Shallots (AUD19.80), it’s recommended by my friend. Absolutely divine! In fact, it’s my first time having fresh steamed scallop.
Right: Ordered a bottle of white wine, Pizzini Pinot Grigio 2012 by King Valley. It’s great with seafood. Not sure of the price too, the market price range between AUD18+ to AUD20+. I only drank very little, wasn’t in the mood to drink while my friend finished the rest of the bottle.
The final bill came up to more than AUD100! -.-” Overall, indeed it’s a place that serves decent food but with a high price tag while the portion was medium in size.