Wang Fu yourself

I don't know what Wang Fu means but it certainly does not mean delicious Chinese food.  The food in Wang Fu restaurant located at Il Terrazo were cheap compared to other Chinese restaurants.  When we were ordering and deciding on the choices on the menu, the person seated next to us suddenly interrupted and suggested ordering 3 Cups Chicken because I wanted to order Kung Pao Chicken but I did not like spicy food.  What a nice gesture by a friendly customer.  I found out that guy was not a customer though as I looked at the documents he was looking at.  It looks like he was the owner since he was not in uniform like the rest of the employees at the restaurant.

I looked at their drinks and saw a Milo Godzilla.  It is Milo topped with Vanilla Ice Cream and lots of ice.  I wanted to try this concoction but later my girlfriend revealed to me it was very easy to make.  She ordered milk tea for her drinks and was not really satisfied.  


They had a dimsum cart which is a good sign even though I would not want to look at the contents because I might get tempted to take a lot.  I had to try hakaw because it is my favorite type of dimsum and my girlfriend ordered Japanese siomai.  Both dimsum choices were not bad and they were also inexpensive.



Since the owner of the place suggested 3 Cups Chicken, I ordered that along with Beef with Brocolli.  I saw they had Tomato Rice so we ordered it instead of the usual Yang Chow Rice.  I have never actually seen any restaurant had a Tomato Rice and I always have the habit of ordering something that is new.




Overall, the restaurant is a good budget friendly Chinese restaurant.  The quality of their food is nothing spectacular which is just right for their prices.  

When we asked for the bill, my girlfriend told the server I am a blogger and I would blog about their restaurant.  The served paused for a moment then informed us they also have a facebook fan page.  Obviously, she did not know what a blog is.  When she came back with our change, she also bought the mobile phone of the owner that contained their facebook fan page.  I should have asked her if she knows what a WiFi is!

Score: 3/5


 

11 (mga) komento:

ricky bernardino ayon kay ...

hmmmm I love chinese food =)

DavaoBase.com ayon kay ...

It seems to me that their Milo Godzilla is a lot like Jollibee's Choco Float (which I actually like). =)

Mark ayon kay ...

@Davaobase: At least it isn't as shameless as Jollibee's. They say it's chocolate but it tastes like Milo.

And Ohhhh..the tomato rice interests me.

pinoychocophile ayon kay ...

thinking twice if I will check this resto, let's see... thanks for the review just the same...

sw0605 ayon kay ...

lol! not most people know about blogging esp in the phils so, dont be surprised lol! the dimsum looks good by the way!

Ron Leyba ayon kay ...

Hoping to try out their food as well soon. Looks good!

Eihdra Gatchalian ayon kay ...

love the Milo godzilla! But feels that I'm gonna have a brain freeze with all those ice heheheh

Sumi Go ayon kay ...

I've never been a fan of Milo Godzilla. I've seen that drink in Singapore in almost every restaurant we've been.. haha.. It sure is easy to make though, so I never bothered to order.

markpogi ayon kay ...

I'm curious with Milo Godzilla. How big is it? A liter or more? XD

AyLin ayon kay ...

I love chinese food. My boo would love to try the Milo Godzilla!

Traveler on a Shoestring ayon kay ...

Blog walking here....don't expect everyone to know what a blog is :-p! During the recent RMA Former Sen. Jun Magsaysay asked me several times what is a blog ha ha ha! I told him to just google it ang kulit e... See you again soon...http://www.travelonshoestring.com/2012/01/ba-nois-fresh-flavors-of-vietnam.html

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