We chanced by this restaurant while going going around the mall with mom. We all wanted to go to Racks but mom was in the mood for some Chinese food and this was the only one close by so we decided to give it a try.
Here’s what we had:
I am no Chinese cuisine expert but their version of the Yang Chow tasted pretty authentic to me. Although, it did not have the usual yellowish colour I was used to, it more than made up with the good ratio of meat and seafood to the rice. The most disappointing thing about this is the portion size.
If you love cheese (and I do, I do!), you’ll love this one… Chicken Fillet drowned in yummy cheese! You can have it as is or pair it with rice, and it is just as awesome.
This was a pretty disappointing dish. The fact that it was the most expensive one we ordered does not help. The steamed portion lacked any taste (or was it supposed to be that way?). As for the breaded-fry portion, the least they could have (with that price) would be to fillet the darn fish. Instead, it was all bony, making it really difficult to enjoy the dish.
Apart form the last dish, I really enjoyed the food in Hong Kong Emperor and will probably visit their again. Although, with their price, I’ll probably reserve it for a special occasion next time.
|Baked Chicken Fillet||:||Php 420.00|
|Yang Chow Fried Rice||:||Php 360.00|
|Red LapuLapu 2-Way||:||Php 1,280.00|
|Less 12% VAT||:||Php -20.89|
|Discountable – 174.10|
|Senior Citizen 20.00%||:||Php -34.82|
|Service Charge 10.00%||:||Php 202.52|
|Grand Total||:||Php 2,206.81|
Hong Kong Emperor is located at the 2/F Entertainment Mall, SM Mall of Asia, Ocean Drive, Pasay City, Metro Manila. Call them at (02) 556-9520 to 22
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