Super Bowl of China Dinner
As part of our advanced Chinese New Year Celebration, Jessa and I ate at Super Bowl, a restaurant that serves Chinese cuisine. For our meal, we avoided the common dishes that are usually ordered in Chinese restaurants such as lemon chicken and beef with broccoli. As we browsed the menu, we have the tendency to pick the best sellers but I noticed that almost all of the dishes were best sellers so it was a bit challenging to choose (e.g. like.. which of these is the best among the best?).
Yang Chow Rice – PHP 210.00
In most of the Chinese restaurants I have eaten in, the Yang Chow Rice is always there. With generous amounts of egg, shrimp, meat and other ingredients, you can already eat it on its own. The serving size was said to be good to 3-4 persons but it was no match against two hungry persons.
Steamed Fish Fillet with Garlic – PHP 265.00
This was labeled as the current month’s best seller. Steamed fish on its own has little or no flavor so the garlic was a welcome companion. I would have preferred oyster sauce though (e.g. steamed lapu-lapu with oyster sauce)
2 BBQ Combination Platter – PHP 295.00
The platter has roast chicken and pork asado as the main ingredients with jellyfish and century egg. The difference between this and the Super Bowl Combination Platter would be the lack of dimsum (e.g. pork siomai, hakao, fried dumpling). The chicken and pork tasted ok, nothing too special about it.
We came to Super Bowl with growling stomachs and we went out with a stomach an inch or two bigger. With that, I can say, mission accomplished!
Till next time,
Super Bowl of China, Glorietta
G/F Glorietta 4, Ayala Center
Makati City, Metro Manila
Restaurant by Mall: Glorietta 4
Restaurant by Location: Makati