After dinner at Hakkaku Ramen, the 10 of us went to Wang’s Taiwan Beef Noodle House on Cambie – no, not for more noodles lol, but for dessert. It was suggested by one of us who was not surprisingly, Taiwanese.
It was a fairly large restaurant, and since it was already close to 10pm, there was only another table that was occupied. Though for a Friday night, it seemed empty for business… Upon reading some other reviews, it seems like this location was one of those places that businesses seem to fail and a new one makes it it’s home for a short period.
Nice design for entrance/waiting area
Wide selection of dishes in menu
Nice hot tea
Japanese Green Tea (iced)
Despite the lack of customers, I thought the interior was decent with a nice red illuminated Chinese-looking entrance. The chairs were modern and comfortable, with good booth benches as well. The lighting was good and had a nice ambient feel.
We were all served some Jasmine tea, even though we came just for desserts. Some of us had desserts to eat, but most of us ordered some kind of bubble tea or slush. I ordered the Japanese Green tea $4.50 to share with Sheepie. I’m glad, cuz I was already pretty full, and wouldn’t have been able to drink such a huge glass!
The taste was ok. Nothing spectacular or anything. Service was alright. I don’t recall it being super friendly or her being happy or anything, but nothing to complain about.
I will have to come back for actual dishes, especially noodles! to complete my assessment of the restaurant