Emperors search their kingdom for these rice paper rolls
By Marty Galin
November 21, 2005
Many immigrants left their homelands with only the shirts on their backs, with a hug and a wave and many tears. Canada has always welcomed new immigrants. They are the pulse of our country.
Ky Tuan Ha arrived here with a smile.
The Bowl Fine Asian Cuisine is a restaurant of intrigue and taste. You must start with Krystal Rolls -- rice paper filled with bean sprouts, rice vermicelli and lettuce. These are the kind emperors search their kingdom for.
I love the Grilled Chicken with Fres
h Mango Salad. The two tastes will allow fantasies to happen.
The Bowl's specialty is grilled foods, never greasy, always tender and fresh. From chicken to beef to pork chops, this is the road to a healthy life.
Vegetarians are embraced at the Bowl with a huge selection. The Vegetarian Shanghai Noodles is No. 1 on my list.
Many people spend years looking for great Pad Thai. You can sleep better now that your search is over. Pad Thai is truly a house specialty; it makes Ky proud.
Dinners are under $10, with great lunch specials. There are eight kinds of soups and a variety of sauces to choose from.
Oh, I almost forgot about the Vietnamese Bun! It is a dish of steaming rice vermicelli noodles, with bean sprouts, spring lettuce and marinated scallions, and vinaigrette salad.
Ky left his home, but his love for everyone never misses a beat. Join him at the Bowl and taste his dedication to the best.
FIVE STARS: (Extraordinary) A one-of-a-kind, world-class experience.
FOUR STARS: (Excellent) Superior. Memorable, high-quality menus and/or savvy service.
THREE STARS: (Good) Solid places that beckon with generally appealing cooking.
TWO STAR: (Fair) Just OK. A place not worth rushing back to. But, it might have something worth recommending.
ONE STAR: (Poor) Below-average restaurant.
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