Thursday, June 28, 2012

Nurturing my love for chinese food at Kowloon House

Ever since I was a kid, my father would treat me and my brother to either Ma Mon Luk or Kowloon House. Kowloon House, being the nearest Chinese restaurant from our house, was a frequent go-to place by my dad. Whenever he comes home from work, he would sometimes surprise me with this humongous Siopao. From then on, I found my love for chinese cuisines -- all thanks to my father.

I was very reminiscent of the place and was truly craving for some chinese food, so Rubel, me and my sister decided to dine at Kowloon's West Avenue, QC branch. It was also raining that same day, so it was the perfect place to get some hot noodle soup too.

For starters, I ordered their Jumbo Pao and a bowl of Beef Wanton Mami. The sweet tasting bread of the Jumbo Pao (the special siopao) was packed with ground meat and salted egg. Every bite was delicious, as the blend of sweet and salty-tasting ingredients really complemented each other.

Jumbo Pao with its usual sweet and chili sauce (Php55)
Beef Wanton Mami Php80

The beef wanton on the other hand, had a generous serving of noodles, beef, wanton and a few cabbage pieces. The soup was served hot, the meat chunks were tender, the wanton was very tasty and the cabbage pieces were easy to bite on. To also help complement our noodles was an order of Sharksfin Siomai.

Sharksfin Siomai - 3 pieces (Php50)

The Jumbo Pao, the Beef Wanton Mami and the Sharksfin Siomai truly satisfied our craving! Our dining experience at Kowloon House certainly reminded me on why I loved their food so much. :)

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