Friday, June 17, 2011

Super Bowl of China

Last weekend, I had lunch at SM Megamall with my boss. We were craving for noodles, and she told me about Super Bowl of China's crispy noodles at 50% off. Now that intrigued me! We both went to Super Bowl of China, and despite many people dining there, we were seated immediately on the couch seats (I love just couch seats in restaurants!).

Lovely menu cover


While we were deciding what food to order, the crew there gave us unlimited kropek. Yey! But I think this was also the reason why I got full and was not able to finish our food.

Hooray for unlimited kropek! This one reminded me of light, salty chips and Chowking's Chicharap, but this one is better.

Here's what we ordered:

Crispy Noodles w/ Assorted Seafood (P250.00)
Crispy fried egg noodles smothered with cuttlefish, boneless fish fillet, shrimp, other seafood, mixed vegetables, and mixed mushrooms in a clear, light seafood sauce.

We got this for only P125.00 (50% off) because there was an ongoing promo. It was my first time to try crispy noodles. Silly me, I thought that the noodles will be eaten crispy the whole time. I then realized that the warm sauce will make the noodles softer. Then again, I'm not a big fan of sauce (any kind of sauce really, even gravy!), so I just tasted a bit of this. I like my food really dry! Dry noodles (like pancit canton and bihon) are my personal preference, but my boss seemed to enjoy this dish! I like that they don't scrimp on the seafood toppings. And this order is huge for its (promo) price - definitely good for sharing.

Golden Shanghai Chicken (P230.00)
Golden boneless chicken fillets sauteed in onion oil, garlic, garden-fresh red and green bell peppers and drenched in a mildly sweet and tasty special Shanghai sauce.

I love chicken, and this one had a unique taste because of the Shanghai sauce. I liked that the chicken fillets were tasty and weren't dry. Yummy dish!

Yang Chow Fried Rice (P210.00)

Last but not the least, Yang Chow Fried Rice! In any Chinese restaurant I go to, I definitely have to order this to make my meal complete. I could eat this all day. :D

All the dishes were ordered were good for sharing, and we had some leftovers for takeout, too. The ambiance was nice and clean, the food was delicious (and without MSG), and the service was good. Two thumbs up! :)

Do you like Chinese food, too?

Love,
Helen

6 comments:

  1. i used to eat here a lot because they used to have a branch near where i live. :) i like munching on those kropeks haha! =)

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  2. I used to eat here before, and I loved their jellyfish.. hahaha.. when i was pregnant I was like seriously craving for it alongside streetfood sago and yellowcab pizza.. XD

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    1. That's cute! Ang random ng cravings mo ah! :D Haven't tried eating jellyfish before! I'm scared of them, lalo na sa beach. Haha!

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  3. hahaha, they may be scary on the shore but they're really really delish on a plate :) it's paired with raw carrots and singkamas. try it sometime.. :)

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    1. When I get brave enough, I will. Haha :)

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