|Chowking food outlet in Qurum CIty CEnter, Oman|
|A group of friends making their food choices only to find out only few menus are served|
|Mixed Seafood Kungpa|
When we arrive, a long queue of avid "Pinoy" diners are lining up in the counter. To my dismay, not all my selections are available and the Indian staff who is taking our orders is anxious to clear the queue of customers. So instead, we order shanghai lauriat, chicken lauriat, and mixed seafood kungpa.
|The chicken lauriat and shanghai lauriat|
We patiently waiting for more than 15 minutes for our orders. Then we hear the bell and our customer number "36" is held up by the female staff.
|patience is a virtue|
|little girl is enjoying the food|
|The seafoods on top|
But anyway, I will just leave this food critique of mine in this blog. Perhaps, all that I have experience with the new Chowking outlet in the Middle East will only be at the start. After all, I still appreciate that food chain like this that originated from my home country brings boost to most Filipinos and I am certainly hoping that the “Taste and flavor will keep you (me) come back”.
So any of our local readers have been to ChowKing yet? If so, how was your experience? Here's is a report from Muscat Daily, the Local Newspaper in Oman, on the opening of Chowking in Qurum City Centre in Al Qurum.