It was my Mom’s 50th birthday today, and we celebrated at Eat Well! Delicious Kitchen at the Fort Bonifacio Global City.
It serves authentic Chinese food, courtesy of a Hong Kong chef (allegedly pirated from the Edsa Shangri-La).
Expect herds of Chinese people at the place, and a long wait outside before you get a table. Entertain yourself with the place mat squares silkscreened directly on the vinyl tablecloth!
They don’t have a purely vegetarian menu, since meat or seafood are mixed with everything else. So for this evening, I reverted to my seafood-eating ways.
Since we ate a banquet, I’ll stick to the highlights.
It’s pretty saucy and not too overpowering. Doesn’t reek of MSG. Share with 2 or 3 others so you don’t get drunk on long life.
The allegedly best thing on the menu should have been the Fried string beans with minced pork (P160), but it was unavailable. Their mint iced tea is refreshing in a weird chrysanthemum-flavored way.
The real winner of the evening, however, was the dessert! Value for your money too!
Not up there on the top 5 Chinese restaurants list, and they’re a bit slow on the service, but it’s alright. Happy birthday mom!