Dinner at the Hees

Chinese tea - always the best!
Chinese tea - always the best, anywhere anytime!

Last Wednesday we were craving for nice Chinese kai so I ‘Googled’ Chinese restaurants in our local area and presto! up comes Hees, a local Chinese restaurant serving Szechuan and oriental cuisine. It’s a nice little restaurant located along the main drag of The Broadway, Mill Hill. Check the link on this blog to find out more about the Hees.

We were  told that the restaurant ‘chain’ has been in existence in London for about 25 years. Dinner was cooked by one of their top brass! a first for me! The Food was great and service was fast.  Here are some pics of the first  Chinese restaurant I’ve visited in almost 12 months in this area.

Me with the A team at Hees Chinese Restaurant
Me with the A team at Hees Chinese Restaurant

In PNG there is no problem in locating a Chinese restaurant to go to but here is something else. Planti tumas so you have to know exactly where to look – thanks to Google. Since I live soooo faraway from London’s Chinatown, Google is the next best thing. These were the dishes we ordered but oh how I miss the salt and pepper fish at Fugui Village!

Chicken & sweet corn soup - my everlasting favourite
Chicken & sweet corn soup

 

Tasty veggie spring rolls with carrot veggie sculptures
Tasty veggie spring rolls with carrot veggie sculptures

 

The main course
The main course
After these pictures I decided to test the camera lens and took close-ups  of each main course dish. Taken with my Konica Minolta Dimage 50x (bought September 2004). 
Mixed veggies - mistook the button mushrooms for olives! pilisi o...
Mixed veggies - mistook the button mushrooms for olives! pilisi o...
Sweet & sour pork

Sweet  & sour pork

Salt & pepper fish
Salt & pepper fish

 

Barbequed beef spareribs
Barbequed beef spareribs

A lovely dinner was had by all. It was a really wonderful evening.

Author: IslandMeri

I am based in Port Moresby, the capital city of Papua New Guinea. The purpose of this blog is to share my magic moments in Papua New Guinea, elsewhere in the Pacific and the world. I have many creative pursuits - singing, songwriting, amateur photography and blogging.