King Chef Restaurant is one of those food finds on Banawe Street, Quezon City that my family has been going back to lately. It’s a brewing affair, I can feel it.
Reason number one: King Chef Restaurant has a dimsum breakfast promo from 7 AM to 10AM where everything is at P48.00. The dimsum isn’t bad at all. Though I did not like the pork siomai very much, V extremely enjoyed her xiao long bao, Nate the mini-siopao, and Patch the tausi spareribs.
Top to bottom: Mini Siopao with ground meat and egg filling; the unique Pumpkin Congee with quail eggs and whole shrimps; siomai and Pork Spareribs dimsum, mini siopao.
Reason number two: King Chef offers Misua Co (one of hub’s comfort food) and a unique Pumpkin Congee during breakfast.
Reason number three: So far, we seem to love everything we’ve had there (well, save for the siomai nga…) The Seafood Sotanghon Hotpot with Satay (or, more appropriately, sate) is really yummy, with just the right amount of spicy sate.
Clockwise: Pork Spareribs; Xiao Long Bao; Steamed Fish Fillets with Tofu; Seafood Sotanghon Hotpot with Satay; Honey-glazed Pork Ribs
Parking is also one of our gauges for choosing a restaurant, which means good parking and also full parking. A lot of cars coming and going is a good sign, and parking is definitely not easy at King Chef during peak eating hours.
So yeah, I think my family is on the brink of an affair with the King Chef.