Wangfu, Chinese in Tomas Morato | Foozap
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Chinese Restaurants   Tomas Morato, Quezon City
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UG/F Il Terrazzo, Tomas Morato Ave. cor. Sct. Madrinan St., South Triangle, Quezon City, Metro Manila



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 August 03 2015, 05:55:33
Savory Chinese Food
Food  3
Ambiance  4
Service  3
Price  3
The restaurant itself is tastefully decorated so this would be a great place for lunch/dinner meetings. Most orders are good for sharing so not the best place for solo eaters like myself. Good thing I had Paul and ShioG to share dinner with. :)

We tried a fee dumplings, asian-style fried chicken, beef noodle soup, yangchow fried rice, and stir fried string beans w/ mushrooms (my personal favorite!)

I liked the fried rice as well but the chicken was too salty for my taste, the dumplings - I could eat better-tasting ones for the same or cheaper price at other restos. The beef noodle soup was also a bit salty but it was slightly redeemed by the generous servings of beef cubes lol

Overall, I had a filling meal w/ good friends. However, I probably would not visit anytime soon.
 January 12 2016, 05:57:28
2nd time to try Wangfu
Food  4
Ambiance  4
Service  4
Price  4
This time, I instead of bloggers, I went with some friends. The Il Terrazzo branch doesn't seem to have as many customers as the one in Serendra, so it may be easier to get a table here. The place is nice, but I think the Serenda branch still looks better.

We ordered 3 kinds of dimsum: hakaw, siomai, and spare ribs. I'm fine with the first 2 in terms of taste, price, and serving. On the other hand, I find the spareribs too little, too bitin! It's good, but I won't be ordering that again.

We also had yangchow fried rice, polonchay, and salted egg fried chicken. I knew the chicken would be a hit among my friends! :) The Yangchow was great as well - one could eat that as a meal on its own! The polonchay's okay - a bit pricey for a vegetable dish, though.

For drinks, most of us had Thai milk tea, while two others chose Milo dinosaur and a lychee drink. I've tasted better Thai milk tea with not so much ice, so I still prefer Wangfu's Singapore milk tea - too bad this branch didn't have it during our visit.
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