Wangfu on a Sunday

I didn’t have much in mind last Sunday, just maybe give my car a good clean wax and wash and at the same time get it vacuumed on the inside since it’s been like ages since I had it car washed because I usually just do it at home or I give our house help some money for cleaning my car every morning before I head out for work.

So anyway, we were planning to go out of town last Sunday and perhaps have some relaxing coffee in Tagaytay and just enjoy the breeze and the ambiance of the place. However, since Pat was quite lacking in sleep because he had dinner with my family and we had a movie night at my house afterwards we didn’t push through with it.

After I had my car done we went out to have a quick dinner then we planned on going to mass afterwards to thank God for all the blessings he had given to us. What turned out to be a quick dinner eventually extended into an hour long dinner since both of us enjoyed the place and the food we were served.

Since it was a Singaporean/ Chinese restaurant, we had to have the Salted Egg Chicken, Soy Chicken Rice, 2 Kinds of Mushroom and also their Lechon Manok. We also ordered a pot of hot Jasmine tea to help us digest the meal. Hereā€™s how it went down:

Hainanese / Soy Chicken Rice coupled with the Salted Egg Chicken was heaven! šŸ™‚ It actually melts in your mouth, the butter that is and also the 2 kinds of Mushroom were quite superb since I loved mushrooms. The Lechon was just so-so and Pat even agreed to it.

Me and this cutie with our full course dinner for tonight
Me and this cutie with our full course dinner for tonight
My favorite! The Salted Egg Chicken
My favorite! The Salted Egg Chicken
Pat taking my photo while we were dining
Pat taking my photo while we were dining
Chicken Rice
Chicken Rice
Two kinds of Mushroom dish
Two kinds of Mushroom dish
Pat's order "Lechon"
Pat’s order “Lechon”

The nest wherein the chicken was served was actually a crown of flavored, raw noodles on top of a crown of onions. I’m not really a fan of onions so I just had a little nibble on their raw noodle crown. It was very hard to digest but palatable in fairness. Our dinner was capped off with some Jasmine Tea which we had on a pot which was very affordable since it only costs around 75 Pesos and it’s refillable! šŸ™‚ The staff were very attentive to our demands and needs, they didn’t really keep us waiting for long.

After our dinner in the car
After our dinner in the car

Definitely worth coming back to! šŸ™‚

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