King Chef in Banawe, Quezon City
One rainy Sunday evening, my hubby and I took the kids to King Chef for dinner. Normally we don't like going out when it's raining but we really had no choice since our cook took the day off.
We started off with an order of Ham Soy Kok (P75 for 3 pieces, pictured above). Ham Soy Kok is a type of dimsum that's like a deep fried dumpling filled with a mixture of minced meat, mushrooms, and vegetables and then encased in a sticky-sweet outer covering. It was pretty good, and the size is a bit bigger than the usual.
Fish Fillet Taosi with Tofu (P220, pictured above) was another dish we had. Battered fish fillet, tofu, assorted vegetables, and taosi (black beans) are all cooked in a flavorful brown sauce. This is another favorite of my hubby's.
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