Cross the border into B.C. for farm-fresh produce, trend-setting pie, and the best Chinese food this side of Shanghai
Thomas M. Barwick
A key thing to know about Richmond is that there are some tasty treats hiding in its big, glassy malls. Each food court has a couple of standout vendors selling homestyle dishes like sand-pot rice or egg balls. Try the Rainbow Café—here, egg balls are baked in a rounded waffle iron–like device, and what emerges looks like giant golden bubble wrap. Eat it immediately to savor the contrast between its crisp exterior and its steamy, moist interior.
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