Chowking in Subic Bay - Philippines
Chowking is a famous fast food chain in the Philippines offering Chinese dishes. There are many branches of this fast food chain all over the Philippines. They offer soups, dimsum, noodles and other Chinese dishes. It was founded by Mr. Robert Kuan in 1985. It was established as the primary counterpart to the America's McDonalds. Chowking was able to expand rapidly during the eighties and the nineties. It then ventured further to other markets abroad including United States and some cities in the Middle East. The restaurant in Indonesia is the newest Chowking branch. This fast food chain was later bought by Jollibee Foods Corporation and the expansion of the restaurant grew rapid.
Today Chowking is the leading restaurant that serves oriental dishes. The prices of the dishes are very reasonable. In Subic one of the Chowking restaurants is in Petron Square in the Freeport. This branch is open from seven in the morning until nine in the evening. They also deliver within the Subic Metropolitan area only. For inquiries you can call (047) 252-8764. The Chowking Petron Square is inside the Petron Square close to the Duty Free Shop as well as the Yatch Club. They serve the following Chinese food.
1. Noodles - You can have a bowl of hot noodles with different toppings like beef noodles which costs seventy nine pesos, wanton noodles which you can have in spicy and original flavor for fifty five pesos, chicken noodles for seventy two pesos, beef wanton noodles for eighty nine pesos. You can also enjoy a plate of Canton Guisado for fifty nine pesos, lomi for sixty nine pesos and bihon Guisado for fifty nine pesos as well.
2. Chinese snacks - The siopao is a best seller snack food in Chowking restaurants. You can enjoy Asado Siopao for thirty eight pesos and the large one for fifty nine pesos. There are other flavors as well like chicken and Bola-bola. Another popular side dish or snack food is siomai which you can have in pork or beef variant. Three pieces of the siomai costs thirty eight pesos.
3. Rice Meals - For a complete chinese meal you can avail of Chowking's rice chow specials. The boneless bangus with rice costs one hundred one pesos. The chopsuey costs ninety eight pesos. The Lumpiang Shanghai costs fifty five pesos. They also have fish with tausi sauce meal and breaded pork meal. Guests can also buy the fried chicken meal for seventy two pesos. They also serve meals topped on rice like braised beef and spareribs.
4. Family meals - A family with four or five members can order the Lauriat meals. It comes in Shanghai, Chicken and sweet and sour pork lauriat Lauriat which costs more than one hundred pesos each.
5. Desserts - Chowking offer desserts like Buchi and Halo-halo. The Halo-halo comes in different servings