I swear my parents should start a food blog, with all the places they try. They always manage to source out some pretty decent food and some obscure food court like the one in the Richmond Public Market. The last time I was there, I thought I'd seen it all, but last weekend, they introduced me to yet another place they frequent.
The crab was okay, the meat in the legs were pretty dry, but at the joints where the legs would be attached to the body had loads of edible meat that was still quite tender (the leg meat was a dry and stringy). But what really made the crab meal was the stuff under the shell. I don't know how to describe it in English, but in Japanese, they call it Kani Miso. My dad calls it cheese, and I've also heard it refered to as crab brains. Whatever it is, add some seasoning salt and a deep frier and you have a helluva combination. It made the meal, and I would order it again just to eat the stuff under the shell.
Wonder Wok is within walking distance to my workplace, and for times when I forget a lunch, it's a nice alternative to Tokyo Joe's or Taco Luis (Lansdowne).