Whenever we go out to eat at Chowking, I would always order their shanghai lauriat, because I think it had everything I wanted in a Chinese-style meal. Last Saturday, sister said she's craving for some Chowking, so we went there to eat lunch. I noticed that they had two new sets of lauriat dishes, and I wanted to taste what the new dish is like, so I had the breaded pork lauriat.
It was a little cheaper than my usual shanghai lauriat, and sadly, I wasn't at all satisfied with it. The pancit canton (stir fry noodles) lacked other ingredients and the serving was so small, and the pork cuts were tough, chewy, and the slices were small as well. Usually, the lauriat comes with siomai, and it is now replaced with fried dumpling, which didn't taste that good, and for "dessert" the mung bean buchi has been replaced with mini siopao. It wasn't good as well.
But at least, I do know now that whenever in Chowking, I will just have to stick with my usual meal.
*** Jenn ***