June 16, by Dee de los Santos. After sharing a couple of my favourite childhood snacks, we received some great feedback on the kind of snacks our readers grew up with. As I mentioned in my previous post , a lot of these snacks were a rare treat growing up, since the only way to enjoy them was if visiting relatives from Asia brought them to Canada. I hope that this post will inspire you to try some new treats or feel a bit nostalgic and want to pick up something that reminds you of your childhood. Here are 9 more snacks to try:. These wonderful bite sized cookies are crispy on the outside and filled with chocolate on the inside.
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Either the chef was ill or the other reviews are questionable. Food was bland chips were blanched. All round unexciting for such a high review. Ate here multiple times and was always impressed. Homemade bread was a lovely touch.
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Located in the centre of Alor Star town. With nice decor, service at Dee Dee Thai was not bad too. Food was very well prepared, both taste and presentation, but is a bit pricey. Overall dining experience was pleasant one.
Realtors say that Watertown is the new hot spot, but if you glance around at the restaurant possibilities, there's not much to choose from. Branch Line opened in Watertown Arsenal, and if you're willing to eat at 5 or 9 p. If you want a casual night somewhere, the new J. Dee Asian Bistro, just outside Watertown Square, might be the place. Tony Hongsamat and his wife, T.