Fortunate enough to get a ride from Marco, of course, I had
abuse take advantage of this by going to eat somewhere in Lougheed with him. Lougheed is fairly close to SFU Burnaby, but
I never make the effort to go just because it’s a bit out of way. (I used to go quite a bit two years ago when
I drove to school, though.) Being tired
of the Korean place at Cornerstone on SFU, we went to Good Friends.
Good Friends is kind of a weird name, but I guess I'm used to it now since I live in Richmond. The interior has a very homey feel to it, and we got to sit on couches!
There wasn't much beef inside the soup though, but the few pieces were quite soft. There were a lot of bean sprouts though, and I liked that; they were quite "good friends" with the rice. (Ha!)
Marco got the pork cutlet ($6.99), and it came with a soup! It was actually a really small bowl was corn flavoured. It was alright.
The pork cutlet was huge! Actually, there were two pieces. I didn't like how it was drenched in sauce though -- practically swimming in it! That kind of ruins the deep fried goodness a bit. I sampled a bit and it was alright. For "brunch" this was pretty heavy, and we packed one piece to go.
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535 Clarke Road