Our first visit to Midnight Sun was December 22, 2011, after searching on line for a restaurant that serves a good Mu Shu Pork.
We were not lead astray. We had not had Mu Shu for years, and decided we needed to have some again. This lead us into Edmonton, and I was concerned about parking on 124th Street, but they have a parking lot in front between the street and the building.
Upon entering, we found the decor fairly simple, and my first thought was concern that all the tables were set with knives and forks, and no sign of chopsticks. We were seated promptly, since it was past the normal lunch hour, and ice water was brought with the menus. I asked for chopsticks, and they magically (almost) appeared. They have a lunch menu good until 2:00pm, but it was mainly "combo" plates,
We knew we wanted the Mu Shu Pork (6 pancakes) for $11.50. It was a bountiful feast, and could have used a couple more pancakes! A good Hoisin sauce to spread on the pancakes, then a heaping helping of the veggie and pork mixture (nicely seasoned) and roll up and eat with the fingers. Lovely and a bit messy (typical of me).
To accompany, we had a pot of Chinese tea, a pleasing loose Jasmine blend, and a platter of Singapore Noodles.
Now I must admit that the seasoning of the latter dish was wonderful, the curry being aromatic and sensuous on the tongue, without being overly hot, but the noodles tended to outweigh the meats and veggies. Good, but we have had better elsewhere.
Next time we should investigate items from the Vietnamese side of the menu.
A definite repeat!