Super Bowl of China’s 4 Super New Dishes
The first-half of the year has just been over. And as we start the next half today, July 1, Super Bowl reveals 4 new dishes in its menu: the Weave Cut Potatoes with Minced Pork, Beef Fillet Chinese Style, Fish Fillet w/ Lemon & Plum Sauce, and Hot & Spicy Chicken.
Golden Weave Cut US Potatoes with Minced Pork (P150 / $3)
No, the Jollibee ‘crisscut’ fries are not back! These are Super Bowl of China‘s own crisscut fries. Ok, they call it ‘basket weave cut‘.The potatoes are also specially imported frozen from the US. The potatoes are topped with lean ground pork meat and deep fried to a golden brown crisp. Served with chili sauce on the side; but beware, it’s not really that chili-a-sauce. 🙂
Beef Fillet Chinese Style (P260 / $5.60)
The beef fillet is an old Super Bowl favorite. It comes with red and green bell peppers and onions underneath and sweet savory Beijing sauce. If you frequent Chinese restaurants, this is the usual sliced beef variant. What differentiates it is Super Bowl’s Beijing sauce.
Crispy Fish Fillet w/ Lemon & Plum Sauce (P240 / $5)
It is described as a whole breaded fish fillet with minced vegetables and select spices, doused with spicy plum and lemon sauce. Too bad for me, it was the most delectable-looking among the four but I never got to try it out!
My friends got ahead of me, and the next thing I saw….were the minced vegetables! Dory was gone! 🙂
Hot & Spicy Chicken (P250 / $5)
Chop-seasoned and fried bone-in chicken mixed with onions, bell peppers and spices. Sago and I initially looked for an accompanying sauce but there was intentionally none. The secret spices where the chicken was marinated on should take care of the flavor. Very mildly spicy.
And the winner is…..Weave Cut US Potatoes with Minced Pork!
Aside from the unique combination of having some meat patty fried with, and on top of, crisscut potatoes, it was a surprise to find such a dish in a traditional Chinese Restaurant such as Super Bowl of China. it was something you’d expect to find in Friday’s or other restaurants. It was a welcome relief, nonetheless.
And now I’m reminded again of my curiousity if the fish fillet would have won my taste buds instead. If only I was able to try it.
Hmmm, I should go back to Super Bowl of China soon. Probably tomorrow with my cousins at the Trinoma branch after watching the special screening of Ice Age 3 in Trinoma’s new digital cinema. It’s a date Super Bowl!
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4 thoughts on “Super Bowl of China’s 4 Super New Dishes”
Yummy! Buti pa Sago, nakakain ng masarap! =P~
yum!! join naman kami sa pag balik mo sa super bowl, jon!! 🙂
yumyum! that’s the way life should be. flick then good food! yum2!