📷#MarketFriday Spicy and Crispy Korean Chicken Burger | 香辣酥脆的韩式鸡肉汉堡😎(by @ace108)

in HIVE CN 中文社区3 months ago

I went to Astsons at the Central at Clark Quay for lunch on Friday. I have not been there for a while and it was the first time I went with my colleague.
星期五午餐时间,我去了在位于克拉克码头The Central商场里的Astsons吃午餐。我好久没有去那里了,这是我第一次和我的同事去。

My normal choice will be the fiery chicken or fish but I saw they have a new item and decide to try the Spicy and Crispy Korean Chicken Burger. It was a rather heavy lunch for me but I was going for some activity that evening and didn't know if I get a chance to eat much. It was quite good but I'm not sure if you would like the kimchi in the burger with the fried chicken. Maybe you have to try for yourself.

🎶Meanwhile, some music for you to enjoy as you read. This piece is part of Vivaldi’s The Four Seasons, particular the first of the 4 violin concertos, called Spring.
🎶让大家继续读的时候,欣赏一点音乐。这件作品是维瓦尔第的“四季”的一部分 - 4小提琴协奏曲中的第一首,名为“春天”。
Source | 来源: https://musopen.org/

Source | 来源: https://musopen.org/music/2213/antonio-vivaldi/the-four-seasons/
They had seats by the windows but were all occupied before we came.

Price of the meal: $13.90

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It's a beautiful place. In your country it's 7% vat on food, here it's 5%.

It's 7% not just on food. Almost everything. Even baby formula milk powder. Paying taxes even before you earn money.

I love kimchi! I have never had it on a burger,but I would be willing to try it! Looks delicious! Thanks for taking us to lunch!

In these times when COVID has made it challenging to put together a post, or even search out different locations, I can say with an optimistic attitude that #MarketFriday has survived the pandemic, thanks to all of you. Without your dedication to stretch what we call a market has been done successfully. Thank you! All of you! In doing so, we have discovered that we have added a new dimension to the tag. As many have been staying closer to home, I have also discovered more and more about each of you and that has been pretty nice. I have to admit, with the platform broken into different communities and tags, we get to see the same people, more or less that join every week, so we get to know each other a little bit. The challenge points out our differences, but, then, it also shows many things our cultures share. When the day is done, it shows off how human we all are and how we basically all care about our families and others. We embrace each other as humans.

I love the experience of it all. I appreciate the love and support given to #MarketFriday! Thank you! Truly! Your participation adds a piece of your world, and I have to say, people are interested in is seeing it. This entire challenge has opened up the world to me and so many others. Thank you again for being a part of all this! I am so happy to see you here! I hope you have a fabulous day! Hive on!!

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Maybe you can get kimchi from the market and try making something yourself. You may like it since you like kimchi.

I can make kimchi. I learned from my Korean friend. She used to bury hers in the ground!