|The regular sized version of the Dragon Wok menu|
|Sipa Jr. (p68)|
|Spicy Shrimps (p125)|
We also ordered a junior serving of the Spicy Shrimps. Fried battered shrimps with a sweet and spicy dip. It was okay, not bad, a tad salty maybe, but my main gripe about it is that the serving was too little for the price. There were only about 3 or 5 small shrimps for a 125 peso order. Because there wasn’t enough of it to go around, we got an additional dish to tide us over.
|Garlic Chicken Jr. (p99)|
An extra order made the nomz enough for two. Dragon Wok’s Garlic chicken is fried chicken in garlic sauce. This order had several pieces of chunky chicken swimming in brownish garlic sauce. Together with the Young Chow Fried Rice (p101), it was a hot meal that felt almost authentic, nearly Binondo-style. Dragon Wok nomz is a good place to go to if you’re looking for a Binondo-type restaurant right dab smack in the middle of the Central Business District.
Location: G/F Parksquare 1 Mall, Makati City
Contact Number: (02) 818-1016
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