Dining Out Magazine

Let Me See That Zong

By Joaquin Medina @joaquinigo
Credits for the title go to the great writing team of Groupon, whose coupon we used to enjoy some good expensive Chinese food for cheaper!

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Singapore Style Fish Fillet, P438.00

Good, sweet fish fillet that is not out of the ordinary.

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Chicken in Salted Egg Yolk, P438.00

I love everything breaded in salted egg, and this was no exception. It had an addictive, wonderful taste. My only problem with it is that it was too bony. The cut of chicken could have been a lot better even with just normal drumsticks. If you think about it though, this dish is quite cruel. Not only do we eat the chickens, but we coat them in their unborn babies before doing so. Haha.

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Pork Ribs Salt & Pepper, P368.00

A classic, very straightforward dish. It was good, but nothing spectacular and a bit boring.

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Hot Pot of Eggplant, P318.00

Flavorful, rich sauce with ground pork and eggplant. I'm not super fond of eggplant and ground pork, but this mildly spicy dish pulls it off well. It goes great with fried rice!

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Yang Chow Fried Rice, P288.00

Pretty average as far as yang chow goes. It's not much on its own, but it complements the dishes nicely.

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Fujian Fried Rice, P288.00

There's rice in there somewhere. This has a nice taste that isn't overpowering, so it can still be enjoyed with your main dishes. There is a similar thing in North Park called Fookien Fried Rice, but this is so much better.

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Mango Sago Cream, P128.00 (Pictured is only a half order)

Alvie and I split ours, so the bowl would usually be full. This is one I really like because its creamier than usual, and creamier is always better for me. Haha. If anything, I would wish it was served colder, but it's really good as is.
Menu:
Dim-sum, Zong Favorites
Catch of the Day, Zong Classics
Soups and Noodles, Rice, Desserts, Drinks
Verdict:
Singapore Style Fish Fillet: Good
Chicken in Salted Egg Yolk: Good
Pork Ribs Salt & Pepper: Okay
Hot Pot of Eggplant: Okay
Yang Chow Fried Rice: Okay
Fujian Fried Rice: Good
Mango Sago Cream: Very Good
Zong has always been a reliable, slightly expensive source of Chinese food in the ever convenient Fort Strip. It's a shame we weren't able to blog about our second visit, which had much better food! We suggest getting the Prawn Salad, Lemon Chicken, Sweet and Sour Pork (with peaches!), Salt and Pepper Squid, and Mapo Tofu!
Love Zong? Hate it? Let me know by commenting below, or just tweet me!
Let Me See That Zong


Other Restaurants in The Fort Strip:
Good Earth Roasts (GER)
Kasbah: A Moroccan Lunch
Órale!: The Best Quesadillas
The Best Pasta of Pasto
Racks: My Favourite Ribs
Sunshine Kitchen: Second Dawn
Tapeo: Spanish Surprise at the Fort Strip
The Cheese Steak Shop: Philly Cheese Steaks in the Phillyppines
Other Restaurants in The Fort:
Gyu-Kaku: The Time is Ripe to Grill Some Tripe
IHOP: The Latest Pancake Craze
Jollibee: Ultimate Burger Steak and Flip Float
Pancake House: Cookie Butter Pancakes Surprise
SM Aura Premier: Pepper Lunch Express under the Sky Park
Red Garlic Bistro: Trotting the Globe, Clove by Clove
S&R: My Favourite Pizza
Saboten: Enjoyin' Some Loin
Saint's Alp: Taiwanese Chicken Goodness
Sbarro: Rolling in the Deep Dish
Seattle's Best: Sea Salt and Salad
Stacy's: The Sweet Kind of Retro
Stella Wood Fired Bistro: Nothing Less Than Stellar
Toast Box: Going Goreng
Tokyo Tokyo: Burgers and Chopsticks
The Kebab Factory: The TKF Trilogy
Uncle Cheffy: A Piece 'a Panizza
Wildflour's Cronut: The Doughnut and Croissant's Love Child
Wrong Ramen: The Weirder, The Better
Yabu: Bed of Rosus
ZONG
G/F The Fort Strip,
7th Ave. cor. 26th St., Taguig City
(02) 889-0472 or 79
Operating Hours:
11:00AM - 3:00PM
6:00PM - 11:00PM



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