Food Trip: Wok Inn

20141002_081825Me and my bosses attended a site meeting in Manila, after which we scheduled to take our clients to Ilustrado to have lunch but they had somewhere to go to so we opted to go to a much cheaper place, the one recommended by bossing. Hahahaha! Halatang batang Maynila.

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He took us to Wok Inn. It is a Chinese restaurant, but not so typical chinese. Hahaha! It’s hard to explain so please just keep on reading. They have this area at the back where you can see what they were able to shop from the market that day, with you seeing what they have, you can already start thinking of what you can order and eat. So ayan na ung mga in-order namin. Hihi.

Buttered Shrimp

Buttered Shrimp

Stuffed Squid

Stuffed Squid

SIPA. Their version of Lumpiang Shanghai.

SIPA. Their version of Lumpiang Shanghai.

How to eat your sipa. Hahahaha!

How. How. de Carabao.

How. How. de Carabao.

Can you see anong palaman sa loob nung sipa?!?!?! Di ko alam kung ano pero masarap at malinamnam, samahan mo pa ng masarap na sawsawan. MMMMMM-MMMMMM.

1. BITE it.

2. DIP it.

3. BITE it again.

4. REPEAT.

The aftermath.

The aftermath.

Who could have guessed that we did ate out. No leftovers. No evidence. No clue. Nyahahaha!20141002_112700

 

The damage that was brought about by eating at this place, not so much right? The total bill was at Php1030.00

Verdict: Pak na pak!!! 8 out of 10. If not for the ancient ambiance of the place, I would have given it a 10. But nevertheless, do try their food when you are around the area.

Mwah mwah!