‘Happy Days’ await with food, celebrationA La Carte
November 26, 2017
Story By: Elima Pangorang | Photos by: LAWRENCE TABUDLO
It is officially the holiday season, and after taking the weekend to recover from your Thanksgiving feast, it’s time to take on Christmas celebrations.
Happy Days Chinese Seafood Restaurant has just what you need to supply your next company Christmas party, family gathering or dine-in experience.
Sweet Sour Fish ($13.95) is a merry dish that sings to desiring taste buds. Battered and fried sea bass swims in a light, syrupy house-made sweet-and-sour sauce. The initial bite provides a mild crunch that leads into the soft fillet inside. Throw your line in early because this tasty catch is sure to be a crowd favorite among family and friends.
Spruce up your white-rice game with Yang Chow Fried Rice ($11.95). A pleasant medley of vegetables and bits of char siu and shrimp come together to satisfy the best of three worlds. There is no need to choose between a vegetable, meat or seafood option, because, with this dish, each craving is satisfied.
And finally, no holiday — or Chinese meal, for that matter — is complete without an order of “long life” noodles. Happy Days’ Beef Broccoli Cake Noodle ($10.95) is a colorful way to celebrate the season with lush, full cuts of broccoli and generous portions of beef that sit atop a bed of warm and savory cake noodles.
Whether you’re having a Christmas gathering, filling up before a day of holiday shopping or just stopping in for tasty Chinese fare, Happy Days is the choice answer to a hungry tummy.
Also, don’t forget about the eatery’s popular dim sum service, reminds owner Lisa Lum. It is available every day from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.