Johnny Chow

A couple of weeks ago, I had the chance to eat at Johnny Chow at Resorts World. It caught my attention because of the bright signage. Yes, I am that easy to persuade. You have colorful stuff, I'm in.


I didn't have any expectations on the food. My mind was too busy taking in the interiors and marveling at how good the mashup of colors were.




After I was done taking photos and basking in the warm colors, I proceeded to order. It was a good thing my date for the night was patient because it took me time to decide. There were so many choices and short of ordering food good for 8 people where there were only 2 of us, I had to ponder on what I really wanted. In the end, we ordered these:


The chicken dumpling was not that tasty in my opinion. The sauce was a bit of an overkill but the grape balanced the taste. It was cooked just right and I had fun eating it but I wouldn't order it again given the chance. 

Now this was very interesting to the taste. The crispiness of the veggies, coupled with the sauce and shrimp was just perfect. If I was with a friend instead of a date, I would have taken the entire platter and eaten each and every single one. Of course, since I was on a date and I did not want him to leave me stranded at Resorts World, I shared.


This is birthday noodles that we had as main course and this one, passed my taste buds. It was right, it was not soggy, and I missed eating it so I may be biased here. Haha. 


Overall, I liked Johnny Chow and I think its worth a second shot.

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17 comments:

  1. ang sarap naman :) mouth watering.

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    1. it was actually ... you should go and give it a try

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  2. Is this partly owned by Marvin Agustin? :) Looks interesting. :)

    http://dekaphobe.blogspot.com/

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    1. I honestly don't know hahaha ... and yes, it is interesting.

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  3. Bakit ba kasi I live so far from the south.. haha.. I've been meaning to pay Resorts World Manila a visit, but until now di matuloy-tuloy. Anyway, Johnny Chow looks interesting. The food presentation seems nice din. I'd love to try the shrimp spring rolls :D

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  4. my friend said she would treat me to Resorts World (di pa kc ako nakakapunta) on my vacation, i'll ask for this place...

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  5. looks good. I remember I once made chicken dumplings but i didn't fry it. I steamed it and it was really good. I might try to make that shrimp spring roll one of these days. :)

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  6. Yey, me too, I am always obsessed about the interior and the food would be a bonus, hehe.

    Palagutom

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  7. Nice place! and the shrimp spring rolls look delicious! uhm, with the first picture.. they should've used fresh chilis. I can see that they already dried but I love the effect of the grapes naman.. hehe

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  8. The chicken dumplings and shrimp rolls looks kinda weird :) But as they say, the weirder they are the better tasting it gets.

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  9. It is really hard to decide what food to order in the restaurant.there are too many of them.The shrimp spring roll looks good.

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  10. I'd love to try that Shrimp Spring Rolls.

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  11. Wow, love the spring rolls and the noodles! Isn't it expensive though? Being in Resorts World, I would think so.

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  12. Shrimp spring rolls satisfy your tummy to the fullest. They are just perfect for your taste. How do they taste? Why interesting? Anyway you wanted to be back there to explore more on the foods. Take me with your virtually... Thanks!

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  13. i've never been in resorts world, feeling ko pang sosyal lang. hehe! what's the price range of their food in JC?

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  14. So eto pala yung laman ng Johny Chow? The resto along with the others were already close when we hit RW in October last year.

    It's late at night when we landed NAIA from Davao. We were hoping to fill our hungry tummies somewhere around RW, unfortunately most of the restos were already close.

    Na amazed ako dun sa kanilang white chairs with different Chinese faces painted on each kaya kinunan ko na lang ng pictures and then we headed down to look for another place to eat outside RW. We ended up at the nearest McDonalds outlet. :D

    Whew! katakam pa naman sana ang kanilang mga food. Would love to try their pancit of course plus the shrimp springs rolls looks really inviting.

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  15. chicken dumpling looks delicious. Now i am craving. Teka pasok ba yan sa budget ng nakararami?? =)

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