The rest of last Sunday was all figured out. Sunday Mass and bowling afterwards. The only part we seemed to have missed out on was where to eat in between. We decided the best option was to look for some place in Waltermart Makati (as it’s only walking distance to and from the bowling center in MCS). Just around the corner, we spotted Mr. Choi Kitchen. Dar said that she’s tried their food before and it was good, so before we knew it, we were marching inside and getting ourselves a table.
Mr. Choi Kitchen is not a high-end Chinese restaurant. It is, in fact, very typical and traditional. What I liked about the place was the whole interior arrangement, the service crew, and the price.
Food choices are rather good, though I might say, the list was kind of, limited. The best part of this gastro-venture so far, was their serving portions. One dish can fill up to three tummies, that’s why for a price of 200-300++, it surely is reasonable and practical.
The next best thing about this place was the food, itself. Not quite impressive on the presentation, but worked pretty well on the taste department. The ones that stood out for me were the Sautéed Garlic Broccoli (215Php) and the Shanghai Fried Rice (225Php). The rest of the dishes we had were fairly good.
Below are snaps of the dishes we ordered.
To sum up the experience, I’d say it was good. Others may find it relatively average, but I knew better not to expect a lot, as this isn’t a fancy restaurant in the first place. I’d recommend this to anyone who’s working on a budget, but nonetheless wants to indulge in good Chinese food.
Very good value for money so this deserves 3 stars! ⛤⛤⛤
‘Til next time,