Oftentimes do those interpreted as such act swiftly to attain their goals or check off their to-do list. Locking in on a single objective, they conjure up a plan with utmost precision, then proceed with execution, more often than not possessing a Plan B at the backs of their minds should the first attempt result unfavourably. It's a pragmatic approach to life, which may not necessarily be appreciated by more contemplative types.
"Life doesn't wait for you" and I've consequently been mindlessly trudging along the treadmill of life until corona pushed pause.
- T7 Steamed Dumplings w/ Marinated Ground Pork and Chinese Chive/醬肉蒸餃
- T9 Pan Fried Dumplings w/ Minched Pork and Celery/豬肉芹菜鍋貼
- T11 Scallion Cake/蔥油餅
- F42 Meatballs with Winter Melon in Casserole/砂鍋冬瓜丸子
T7 and T9 were scrumptious, though the tuna-like texture of the marinated ground pork in the former was deemed a tad odd. A Tianjin specialty, the Scallion Cake was crisp, a bit greasy, and overall a budget-friendly find best served with a tangy dipping sauce (a condiment that was not included). Probably the most generous portion for at its given price, F42 was a flavourful broth with simmered wintermelon slices, vermicelli, and satisfying morsels of meat.
$2.50 Drip Coffee from a BUNN burner and a box of six deliciously dense cookies served to redeem the unneeded detour. In recap of the shop's new flavours, Birthday Cake can be depicted as a cream cheese-containing rendition of funfetti, while Sans Rival as a nutty cloud of insane sweetness (that was nonetheless yummy).