Mar 8, 2011

Yummy Seafood Dishes at SuperBowl of China

Shrimp and Seafood Curry Hot Pot - Php 295

Alex and I were both having seafood cravings while strolling around Midtown and looking for new stuff to buy. Which made Superbowl's seafood dishes so welcoming when the waiter placed the hot, steaming dishes on our table.
Yang Chow Fried Rice with Shrimp Toppings - Php 240

We ordered Shrimp and Seafood Curry Hot Pot, Roast Jellyfish with Century Egg, Yang Chow Fried Rice, and Banana Split for dessert. A word of advice: The hot pot is really hot! Although I am a big fan of hot and spicy foods, I found it really spicy. But it does hit the spot, and I was really happy. It may be the spiciness of the dishes, but our mood was really uplifted. You should try it when you're down.

Roast Jellyfish with Century Egg - Php 170

The roast jellyfish was slightly sea-salty and chewy, cooked just right. It's perfect with century eggs. I liked it, but we didn't get to finish it since it tasted bland after we started eating the curry. Something to do with adaptive taste. 

Banana Split - Php 150

As usual, the Yang Chow Fried Rice is a bit salty and nicely flavored. It really helps with the spiciness of the curry and the mild taste of the jellyfish. To end the nice meal, Alex and I shared a big platter of banana split. Yum!

1 comment:

  1. Ay, ayoko nung jellyfish, same way na di ako kumakain ng seaweed!!

    I'll try their hot pot na lang..hehehe..

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