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“Great Food and Service”
Review of Mr. Choi Kitchen

Mr. Choi Kitchen
Ranked #94 of 540 Restaurants in Mandaluyong
Cuisines: Chinese
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Reviewed 17 November 2017

We were staying in Mandaluyong near Robinsons Mall, once we tasted the food in Mr Choi's Kitchen, we took the opportunity to return and sample the many different dishes on the menu. I particularly enjoyed the lemon chicken, the beef, the mango smoothies went down a treat with our group and the staff were very friendly and helfpul

Date of visit: October 2017
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1  Thank Glenys R
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Reviewed 23 October 2017

Offers varieties of Chinese food with good taste and reasonable pricing. Service was reasonably quick as well.

Date of visit: October 2017
1  Thank tjakrabirawa
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Reviewed 6 April 2017

We've seen Mr. Choi in Robinson's malls but was not able to try it until now. The food was good that we dined there twice. :)

The Place

The restaurant was located in the Ground Floor of the mall. It was spacious and has 2 levels. We were seated in one of the couches. However, despite the big floor area, the tables seemed to be positioned closer than necessary, perhaps to squeeze in as many people as possible, challenging the waitstaff in moving around.

The Service

There seems to be a disconnect with the waiters and their Supervisor. The former was nicer than the latter, who was not paying close attention while we were ordering. We had to ask him to repeat our orders to make sure he got it right. The hubby noted that he was not also dressed appropriately (his polo shirt was unbuttoned way down, giving the unhygienic impression).

The waiters meanwhile, are friendly and attentive. They accommodated our requests with efficiency.

The Food

We got the following staples:

Yang Chow - it was flavorful, but the portion seemed small. We might have imagined it, but the half order seemed more than the full one.

Sweet & Sour Pork - just like how it's supposed to be: tender meat, tasty sauce, not too overpowering.

Lechon Macau - this lacked the saltiness. And the serving was small for its price.

It's a good place to satiate one's Chinese food cravings. We'll be back soon. :)

Date of visit: March 2017
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1  Thank katerdeguzman
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Reviewed 18 February 2017

Being so disgusted with this dining experience, I had to write this as soon as possible. We ate at the restaurant today - 18th Feb. 2017. Bill No. 211625. Table No. B02/1 at 20.24. The time of writing this report is 2150.
The BF Brisket/Wnton soup was absolutely tasteless - the stock had no flavouring in it at all and teh brisket of beef was so fatty that I could not eat any of it.
The Mango shake was also tastless - just full of ice and very little mango in at all.
We mentioned this to the manager/supervisor who offered absolutely no apology whatsoever. AS we were rushing to visit the store before closing, we did not pursue this complaint.
Upon requesting the bill, the manager/supervisor then refused to accept the official senior citizens card . This was the last resort but instead of staying and arguing the point - as we were shopping prior to closure, - we just left and paid the full bill and I immediately came on lien to report this rudeness and disgusting food.

Date of visit: February 2017
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Thank brianworth
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Reviewed 7 January 2017 via mobile

This is your typical good neighborhood Chinese restaurant.
The staples are all good: the asado, the sweet and sour pork, the birthday and crispy noodles, the lovely giant tub of taho.
But my favorite all all favorites in this restaurant is the Supreme rice, especially the seafood and curry varieties. Simple, but oh-so-satisfying.
The Ortigas branch of Mr Choi is near the Golds Gym entrance of Robinsons Galleria on the opposite side of EDSA.

Date of visit: January 2017
Thank TingCO
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