Since our training for body designing was a whole day, we, of course, need to eat lunch. Our teacher (老師) invited us for lunch at a restaurant just beside our training building which is Wang restaurant. I just call it Wangz Banawe for SEO purposes of this blog post.
By the way, I would like to apologize in advance for the poor quality of the photos used in this blog post. This truly is a Quick Bites post as my intention was just to eat. But since we ended up in a restaurant which we haven’t reviewed yet, I borrowed one of my mom’s phones because I didn’t brought mine.
FRESH SHRIMP RICE ROLL, PHP 90 (or USD 1.8)
It’s great that they separated the sauce from the rice roll so customers will have control over the taste. However, the rice roll was too watery so it may have diluted the taste of the sweet soy sauce. I prefer Waiying‘s shrimp rice roll over theirs any time unless they improve this dish.
BBQ ASADO RICE, PHP 120 (or USD 2.41)
For Chinese cuisine, this is my comfort food. I like that they a generous amount of sauce whereby I could mix the rice in it so even the rice will have flavor. What I don’t like is that pork slice are tough to chew except for the fatty parts. Plus, the rice they used for the seems to be of low quality which makes the meal less appetizing.
Aside from the dishes I tried, I also got to try some of their dimsum like the pork “siew mai” with goji, fish head, spareribs in black bean sauce, glutinous rice in lotus leaf, chicken feet, and more. The dimsum were not that warm despite being served from a roll cart. Anyway, all the food is good but there is nothing special about it. It’s just enough to be filled with a quick bite.
Banawe Corner Linaw Street, Banawe, Quezon City.
Operating Hours: 10AM to 10PM daily.