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Thank you so much flowerbossa for sharing your wonderful experience in Gajoen. Please also thank Makishi san for the precious pictures. It looked like a beautiful day!Btw, may I ask if that is steamed fish? My son has been craving for it ever since we left Canada. Somehow I cannot duplicate it here at home, we had to go to Hong Kong and Sydney Chinatown to eat it. I will take him to Gajoen, another excuse for me :) Pleae take care! love ... jaime
Konnichiwa Jaime-san,I'm glad you enjoyed makishi-san's photos - she is really into photography now, after BYJ of course^-^About the fish- I'm sorry to inform you that that is "sashimi" (raw fish). They always prepare it so nicely that it's hard to tell the difference, isn't it? I am assuming that you you are looking for a Hong Kong Chinese restaurant. I checked out a few on the net, so I will e-mail you later, ok?love,flowerbossa
makishi,komasumida for the steamed fish recipes~!Both look really great!I'll give them to Jaime.I think I'll try them too^^love,flowerbossa
Dear flowerbossa and Makishi san, Thank you very much for the recipe. Both look so oishii :) They have much more ingredients than mine, I will try them out. Please take care! love .... jaime
Hi Jaime,Yes, I hope you try them out^^Thanks again, makishi~love,flowerbossa
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