Hole in the Wall: Kwong's

By Karla Aguas - 6:24:00 PM

I'd like to think that there is no better place than when two, completely different yet beautifully similar places come together in one delicious merriment of flavors. This could definitely be said for yet another one of Hole in the Wall's treasures: Kwong's.



Think about that overused phrase "East Meets West." Because that is exactly what you are going to get when eating at Kwong's. Sort of like San Francisco's take on Chinese food. Super good, super rich and super worth it.

We ate here quite a while back so do excuse how late this post is. We've basically eaten in most of the places in Hole in the Wall but Kwong's really did leave a lasting impression on me. I'm planning to convince the boyfriend to eat here with me- been craving for those prawn and crab roe balls from Heaven!

Though a bit pricey, I can guarantee you that it's worth your money (and I don't say that lightly #kurips) just take a look at all of the mouthwatering dishes we had. And you be the judge.

Prawn and Crab Roe Balls

My personal favorite! I could eat about 3 orders of these bad boys!



Maki mi+

This "noodle soup" has a little twist to it- the soup is actually quite thick, more sauce like, but very good and easy to eat!



Salted Egg Chicken Wings

I know. I know.




Softshell Po'Boy

I didn't actually have this, but my Mom and sister Trina did say that it was "life changing" in a way. So I'm guessing, it isn't too bad ;)




Hungry yet? I know I am! Definitely give Kwong's a try. :)

KWONG'S| Hole in the Wall, Fourth Floor, Century City Mall, Kalayaan Avenue, Poblacion, Makati City

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  1. Oh, looks so yummy ms. karls..!!! Especially, the chicken wings but i love the spicy one flavor.. hahaha! :) Keep posting more foodnography ms.karls... :))

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    1. I like that word, "Foodnography" Haha! Thank you so much. Yes, they were excellent! :)

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