As my husband was waiting for me at Robinsons Place, he saw a standee of a newly-opened Chinese restaurant near the basement parking entrance, which said, how real Chinese food taste like. He was intrigued by the statement, that he wanted us to eat there.
We ordered some of their best sellers. The Okiam Chicken, which the waitress described as yellowish in color with sauce, but were more like small fried chicken pieces with sweet and spicy dip. The Pickled Mixed Noodle with Spareribs were like Nissin Yakisoba. While the Fish Fillet with Green Pepper has a mild, almost bland taste, and the same thing goes with their Yangchou Fried Rice.
Did we like it? Not so much.
Robinsons Place Manila