Chowking @ Angeles City, Philiphines
CONTRIBUTED BY NORBERT G KIMLON
CHOWKING BRANCHES IN NORTH LUZON
- Angeles Rotonda Manson Building, Miranda cor Henson Street, Angeles City.
- AUF Marcos Highway cor Limasawa St., Angeles City.
- Ayala Marquee Mall G/F Ayala Marquee Mall Angeles, Angeles City, Pampanga.
- Balibago G/F, The Courtyard, McArthur Highway, Brgy. Balibago, Angeles City, Pampanga.
- Clark Puregold Duty Free Inc., Clark Field, Pampanga.
- Nepomall Angeles St. Joseph cor. Teresa ave., Sto. Rosario Angeles City Pampanga.
- SM Clark G/F M. Roxas St., CSEZ, Angeles City, Pampanga.
Opens daily from 10:0am - 9:00pm
Chowking has 400 stores nationwide
For deliveries, call them at 045-8888898
For more information about the company you can visit http://www.chowking.com/
Overall Ratings: Food: 4/5 Services: 4/5 Cleanliness: 4/5 Price: 2/5
Signature Dishes: Beef Wanton, Fried Dumplings, King's Congee, Lumpiang Shanghai, Shanghai Lauriat, Siopao Bola Bola.
One of the leading food-chain in the Philippines and a wholly owned subsidiary of Jollibee Foods Corporation, Chowking proudly presents their growing list of branches in the Philippines. Chowking has more than 403 branches all over the world. In the Philippines, Chowking has more than 300 branches. Due to the growing market, we will expect more branches to be established.
There are four kinds of the best seller Chow fan meal namely, Yang Chow,Spicy and Beef Pork the small box costs 39 pesos.
You can spice this meal up by ordering additional toppings like chorizo, dumpling or lumpia. For a family composed of six persons you can order the lauriat meals that comes with a choice of softdrink. The whole chicken they offer is also good for a group of four people which costs 132 pesos. A plate of Shanghai rolls costs 94 pesos and the sweet and sour pork set costs 119 pesos. These sets come with a soup without extra charge. Customers can also choose among some salu-salo sets which means get together sets for a group.
The Set A is composed of eight pieces of Shanghai rolls, sweet and sour pork and rice which costs 296 pesos.
The Set B which costs 399 pesos comes with different dumplings and rolls and one pancit canton noodles, spare ribs and rice for four.
The Set C comes with half a chicken, chopsuey which are stewed vegetables and pancit canton noodes with four cups of rice. This set costs 499 pesos.
For single persons going inside the fast food chain you can order a rice topping. There are rice toppings with sweet and sour pork on top or braised beef. For those who like seafood like fish the Fish on Tausi sauce is a good choice for 89 pesos only. They also offer some hot congee soups that starts at 69 pesos. You can eat tofu along with it for 39 pesos. You can also have your fill of Chinese favorites like dumplings or siomai for an affordable price and siopao for 22 pesos. For a fill of vegetables with Kangkong or water cress with fish sauce and chopsuey. For a good Filipino dessert you can have the fiest size with a scoop of one flavor of ice cream for 74 pesos or a Chinese Nai Cha tea which is black tea with milk served cold.
Kangkong with Bagoong
CONTRIBUTED BY NORBERT G KIMLON