Sunday, January 2, 2011

Wong Kok Char Chan Teng (Bugis Junction)

though i've had meals at Bugis Junction so many times.. this is my first visit at Wongkok Char Chan Teng.. hmmm first impression is really important.. and frankly speaking.. Wongkok didn't leave me a good impression on the staff and customer service.. the staff weren't being attentive enough.. not only me but other tables were waiting to be served or trying to get their attention.. besides.. a smile is FOC but worths more than monies.. why can't they just be polite and give a smile or even a WARM welcome.. u should pay attention to their COLD and monotone w.e.l.c.o.m.e... (=.=) well.. though i'm unhappy with the service and some of the staff.. the food left me a totally different impression..

i was overwhelmed by the menu.. it was a little messy.. and there're tooooo many choices for me to decide what i want to eat..

the appetizers (above pictures) were generally nice.. i couldn't rmb what they were called but the first one was really nice and refreshing.. the second one tasted special.. new to me.. haha.. my description aint helpful right.. ORZ

then my main was Chicken chop baked rice.. it's GOOD!! i'm a regular of Xin Wang.. and srsly.. the baked rice at Wongkok is better.. coz Xin Wang's baked rice is actually plain rice but Wongkok's one is sth like fried rice.. the rice itself: Wongkok wins.. but Xin Wang's chicken chop is bigger and taste better.. Wongkok's chicken chop is slightly less tastier.. Chicken chop: Xin Wang wins.. the cheese of Wongkok is slightly drier and less creamier than Xin Wang so it depends on individual's preference but for me.. Cheese: Xin Wang wins.. however.. price plays a part right?? if weighing all the pros and cons and in consideration that Wongkok is just a tiny bit cheaper.. i think Wongkok is worth trying but i'll continue my regular visits at Xin Wang.. haha~~

Wong Kok Char Chan Teng (Bugis Junction)
200 Victoria Street
#02-50 Bugis Junction
Tel: 63362003

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