Wangfu Chinese Café was where we had lunch after depositing our things inside our hotel room at Seda BGC during the APEC holiday. It’s way past noontime when we got there, so there weren’t a lot of people inside the restaurant. Being first-timers at Wangfu, it took a while before we could finalize our orders, and we ended up having Salt and Pepper Fried Tofu, Sizzling Oyster in Black Bean Sauce and Salted Egg Fried Chicken.
Here are the things I like about Wangfu’s Salt and Pepper Fried Tofu. First, the tofu was firm rather than soft, and it wasn’t greasy at all. Second, it was lightly seasoned, so it doesn’t overpower the other dishes.
I wasn’t too keen on trying this Sizzling Oyster in Black Bean Sauce but hubby, being a certified oyster lover, insisted. The sizzling plate was dripping with thick, dark brown sauce, which was kind of messy if you’d ask me, but hubby enjoyed it, so all was well.
One of Wangfu’s best-sellers, the Salted Egg Fried Chicken, didn’t disappoint. You can really savor the delightful taste of salted egg in every bite of the moist and tender chicken fillet. The yolks of the salted egg was part of the batter, I think. You should try this!
We also got to try these cool and refreshing drinks with real fruit bits and jellies: Lychee Freeze and Mango Freeze. Because our drinks had fruits already, we didn’t order desserts anymore.
It was a pleasure dining at Wangfu Chinese Café for the following reasons: (1) The food servings are big which make them good for sharing. (2) The food prices are reasonable. (3) The food tastes great. (4) They have a wide selection of refreshing drinks that can actually double as desserts.
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