Wednesday, March 11, 2015

East Ocean Peking & Cantonese in Kirkham

We're on day five of a little five day tour and are now up in Kirkham near Preston. It rained all day and has been thoroughly miserable. After yesterday's glorious weather it was very wet and damp. We had aimed for a different takeaway just down the road, but it was due for some reason. In this place the special fried rice dishes were all with a sauce, so today's dish of choice is Young chow fried rice, one without soya, two forks and a receipt.
Having eaten too much bad on the road food at lunch and being a bit thirsty we were both not expecting the same wondrous meal as yesterday....
The result?
The meal itself was very nice. Good sauce, forks that were nice and robust (for scooping up rice anyway). It did the job and filled us up very nicely. So the score is a nice enough 8/10.

89 Poulton Street

Tuesday, March 10, 2015

Wing Wah in Chester

We've been on the road for a few years, but new phones lost passwords have meant I've not kept the blog up! Today sees me starting it up again. So for new readers of this blog I'll explain what it's all about. We're a pair of folkies who spend a lot of time on the road. My other half  has a lot of allergies and intolerances. Tomatoes, wheat, potatoes, soya, lentils just to start with. We've found that Chinese takeaway is safe to eat, as long as we ask for no soya sauce. It can be hit and miss, but at least there are no tomatoes, potatoes or wheat. So here I am sat waiting in the takeaway typing away on my smart phone ready to sample the delights of rice in a tub. Well it be nice? Will we end up with soya and the need for antacids later? Will I get the receipt? Will the fork be too bendy and snap? I've ordered our usual meal, two special fried rice (one with no soy sauce) and a receipt. Even after nearly four years, it's still the same usual!

The result?
Maybe we were very hungry, maybe sitting at a proper table with knives and forks or maybe the this was the perfect takeaway. We both instantly agree, 10 out of 10. On top of the perfectly fried rice was an eggy omelette style addition with some pork mixed in. The sweet and sour sauce was the perfect gloopiness and a lovely rich taste. All in all absolutely delicious!

A great way to start the Rice on the Road blog again.

Wing Wah 
2 Harrington Street