Clever title eh? But seriously, I’m sure that you’ll be eating well with your family at Eat Well! Delicious Kitchen. Serving up some good Chinese cuisine, this restaurant does live up to its name. Let’s get on to the food shall we?
As our starter, their Seafood Hot & Sour Soup is indeed hot and sour. It has this kick which will surely prepare one for the other dishes. With some bits of carrots and seafood, this is one flavorful soup.
We had their Deep-fried Shrimp & Pork Wonton as an additional appetizer. It wasn’t the golden brown that I was expecting. It may look a little burnt but it’s still good especially with the sauce.
Ordering Yang Chow Style Fried Rice seems to be a staple for my family. And today was no exception. At P205, their seemingly overflowing fried rice was worth it. With bits of veggies and pork, it was a good pair to our other food.
This was a bit salty for my taste so you really have to dip it in the vinegar. It was quite soft that I could slice the fried squid. Despite that, it still has this slight crunch to it.
This was my fave among the bunch. Their Sweet & Sour Fish Fillet is a must-try in my opinion. I like the fact that they don’t overdo it with the sauce and that it’s not the usual orange kind. The fish fillet had the right crisp to it and the same goes for the bell peppers.
Overall, this restaurant does have a “delicious kitchen”. Their portions are meant for sharing, thus, really good for family or friend gatherings. Each dish is fairly priced considering that it’s good for sharing. Their place over at the Fort is a bit small even though they have a 2nd floor. Each table is still equally placed and service was fast.
I’m sure that once you’re here, whoever your companions are, you’ll have a jolly time and will definitely be eating well.
G/F Unit C Net Quad Building 30th St.,
Fort Bonifacio, Taguig