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I have been a fan of Mr. Choi’s Kitchen at Robinsons Galleria for quite some time already but I noticed that I never really had the time to blog my experiences there. Ahm, I guess that it has already been more than a year that I NEVER miss to eat at least twice within a month’s time at Mr. Choi’s Kitchen. And you know what? I never get bored with food there. I always order my favorite ‘Beef Brisket with Wanton Noodle Soup‘ matched with one order of ASADO siopao (dimsum). YUMMY!
I just know that whenever I go there, I get to have a satisfied and full stomach haha! Plus you may get lucky to actually bump into some celebrity. (wink)
love the sauce that comes with this one
Beef Brisket with Wanton Noodle Soup
warning this is a very huge bowl… will make your tummy so full you’ll sweat while eating it
Gary Lising was there too!
James Yap and Purefoods Team love Mr. Choi’s Kitchen too
On my last time to eat there about a week ago, I get to catch the Purefoods Basketball Team about to take their lunch. Cool! because that time I had a camera. So that’s why I need a new camera, but that is another story. Anyway. I never really thought that I and my friends will be seeing James Yap there. They were all very nice.. took about two rounds of photos with them and they actually sang my friend a birthday song since it was her birthday (lucky you Jill!). Also we got to see Gary Lising too who greeted the PF team.
Mr Choi offers Chinese style dishes with yet with a little bit of ‘Pinoy’ touch to it. The food costs around 150 pesos and up.
- They have some rice meals (rice topped with viand of your choice) (starts at 120 pesos)
- The noodles of course (starts at 130 pesos)
- side orders like the Siopao, stuffed Tofu and etc (3 pieces per order starting at 75 pesos)
- Large serving of viands which actually is good for 2 – 3 people (starts at 200 pesos)
- Large serving of rice (yangchow, garlic, etc) again good for 2 – 3 people (starts at 200 pesos)
- you can ask for house tea which is FREE
- and some other stuff which most chinese restaurants offer
There is one thing I hate though, some but not most of the time, they take long to serve the food. Not very ideal if you are in a hurry to get something to eat. So I guess it goes to say to go there when you have plenty of time to spare and enough time before you are really hungry and not almost starving to death haha!
Definitely one of my favorites. 8 out of 10 stars for this store!
Mr. Choi Kitchen, Robinsons Galleria
2/Lvl. East Wing, EDSA cor. Ortigas Ave.
Quezon City, Metro Manila