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Saturday, May 09, 2009

Queensbay Mall - Wong Kok Restaurant

It has been sometime since we visit Wong Kok Restaurant. Since we were in QBM and don't really know what to eat for lunch, we decided to go for this Hong Kong style restaurant again.

Well, it is not as good as Boston or Kim Gary, but it has its own good stuff to eat. I'm eager to try their other stuff (since I always ordered the roasted duck noodle only). This time we ordered:
1. Fried Chicken Toast (香炸澳门鸡多士) - RM6.00
2. Butter Bun (旺角菠萝油) - RM 1.50x2
3. Dumpling Noodle (凤城水饺面) - RM8.30
4. Roasted Duck Noodle (明炉烧鸭面) - RM7.60
5. Fresh Soya Milk (清凉豆浆水) - RM3.00
6. Ice Water (冰水) - RM0.60

Utensils for the meal...

Soya bean milk, nothing to shout about, just normal, cold soya bean milk. For the size, I'll say that it is a bit over price for RM3.00.

Dumpling noodles close up view.

Dumpling noodle's full view. The noodle is quite a lot and feel full after finish it up. The dumpling is just so so and not so great. It has a special taste and it will be either you will love it or hate it.
I don't really like the taste. :P

Roasted duck noodle, my all times favourite...

Close up on the roasted duck...

Fried chicken toast. There is no fried chicken. It is actually a fried toast with chicken filled inside. There is also cheese filled inside the toast pocket.

Close up on the chicken...

Well, there is no photo of the butter bun since we ask for take away from the start and finish it up in the car (forgot to take photo, too happy to eat it). The butter bun is something you should not miss if you really like buttery food. The bun is actually filled with butter with one coat of sugar and butter on top and baked to a nice golden yellowish color. This will be my all times favourite to eat from Wong Kon Restaurant. :P

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