Even though we are not in good terms with China, there are a few things we still like from the land of noodles and dimsums. Other than cheap gadgets and Kung fu, oriental food is ultimately every Juan’s favorite!
Chowking has brought Chinese dish to the Filipinos at a fast food level. That is quick, freshly cooked and easy on the budget meals for everyone.
Adding to their bestsellers such as the lauriats, value meals and chao fan combos, Chowking has also introduced oriental rice bowls a.k.a. “Chowking Chef Bowl Specials”. The typical sauced viand atop a generous amount of white rice which is a common dish found among Chinese restaurants in the Philippines.
Though the Chowking chao fan is presumably the best-selling rice meal on their menu, rice bowls sample better viands to pair with the staple white rice, particularly dishes which have authentic Chinese sauces. Not to mention that these meals has enough amount of rice to fill a Pinoy’s appetite.
Chowking is offering three variations of their rice bowls, each with a different main ingredient – beef, chicken and fish. We have the Oriental Beef, Garlic Chicken and Fish with Tausi sauce.
It is without reservations that the fish variant is the one I like best. Seldom would you find fish being offered on local fast food. This type of dish is normally available in fine dining spots at a rather high price. Apart from being a healthy dish, it is the cheapest among the three.
The fish with tausi rice meal brings more distinct Chinese flavor than the other two. The right mix of soft dory fish meat plus the crispy fried tofu drenched with special tausi sauce makes you savor every bite. Adding more color and flavor are the slices of bell peppers, white onions and stalks of green onions.
Chowking rice bowls are available at P 92.00 to P 99.00 all served with a regular sized drink of your choice.
If you love rice that much, I suggest you try Chowking’s rice bowls. A filling rice meal for less than a P 100.00!
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