Tuesday, March 31, 2009

Chowking's Fish Fillet Lauriat

having a dinner isn't so bad when i dropped by at Chowking, Phase 1, Sta. Lucia Mall. i have been eating there for years and they still manage to have a good reputation. it didn't take long for my order to come and it came fresh and hot!

the star for today is the Crispy Fish Fillet Lauriat. a special combo of our favorite Chinese delicacies in one plate. served with hot steamy rice, the lauriat is one filling platter for gullible stomachs without compromising on the taste.

a right serving of deep-fried, crispy breaded fish fillets combined with a mayo dip comes as a good viand for your rice. it is done just right and may push you to order on a separate plate.

a single fried pork dumpling isn't so bad. if you're tired on munching to soft stuff, try the crispy one.

Chicharrap chips served with spicy vinegar adds a twist on the other things on the plate.

a Chowking lauriat would not be complete without their famous Pancit Canton that brings us long life in Chinese tradition. it has a special sauce with crunchy vegetable cuttings that makes it very healthy and yummy.

and to finish it all off, a humble siopao with a chocolate filling will neutralize the salty taste of the other elements. a bite will squeeze off chocolate filling that will ooze to the side of your lips and give that heavenly feeling.

you can ask for extra soup too.

photo provided by: Chowking.com
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6 comments :

  1. Yoko na na kumain sa Chowking!
    Dapat ba tLga may wire sa wanton NoodLes???

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  2. Yoko na kumain sa Chowking!
    Dapat ba tLga may wire sa Wanton NoodLes???

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  3. that's a sad experience for you, Monique. pero for my experience, wala pa namang ngyayari sakin na ganyan. i hope that Chowking branch may be extra careful

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  4. money. If they're a more youthful teenager, they most very likely have an allowance that they'll element with quite reluctantly. If they possess a job, they'll know the worth of bucks and they'll devote wisely.

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  5. what fish does chowking use on their fillet, is it cream dory?

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