SHENZHEN GRANDMA GOT NO FLAVOURS

We were in Shenzhen during the Canada Day weekend, because what better place to celebrate freedom, free of speech, peace than in China?

.

.

.

Actually we came because I got free accommodation at the St. Regis so let’s not waste that shit right?

Got to Shenzhen around lunch time and I WAS STARVING.  Luckily Life Boss knew where to eat because she is a super planner.  She said let’s eat at the Grandma Restaurant.

Okay! Unfortunately the website is in all chinese so yeah..can’t help you there.

Untitled
Long ass wait
Untitled
Outside the restaurant
Got there and the place was PACKED! Had to wait for 15 minutes, usually I don’t like to wait for my food but since Life Boss was there I decided to behave nicely this time around.

15 minutes passed and we finally got called in! Woo hoo!

Untitled

SAT DOWN AND I WAS STARVING!! So I let Life Boss order most of the dishes. Let’s start with the chicken drowned in a very salty soup base:

Untitled
Salty Chicken
In the beginning that dish wasn’t too bad. Maybe because it wasn’t drowned in salt yet. Once we got to the bottom of the dish it was salty as fuck! Couldn’t finish it.

Next up was eel. I loveeeeeee eel.

Untitled
Eel
Unfortunately I did not love this eel. I like my eel steamed……and like..there was not much flavors here…this was the start of the no flavor theme at this restaurant.

Untitled
Bland ass shit
The above is some naan-like bread dish. It was so bland. There was no flavors. Like what the hell I could make this at home probably (Probably not).

Next up is the veggie dish. It’s just raw vegetables thrown in together…man…why do we order veggie dishes…

Untitled

Another veggie dish:

Untitled
Another veggie dish with no flavor
Another dish that had no flavors.

What the hell am I paying for?

Untitled

Untitled

This place was packed so I guess the restaurant is pretty popular and good? I think my palette was just not made for China cuisine. China cuisine is just pure oil and flavorless dishes.

Not my thing.

Written from Hong Kong, Home on July 3, 2017

Advertisements

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s