Do you feel like the world is playing a joke on you? Feeling like a sims character lately and your handler is trying to make a funny story out of your life that is not at all funny? Well, if you are feeling frustrated with being roasted, why not go for more than just roasting?
Wu’s Kitchen will provide you a variance of sumptuous roastings, dimsum, and more that you should really not miss out on, because this is our second visit and we still can’t get enough of their delectable dishes!
And so, let’s first ease our way into Wu’s Kitchen offering because we sure have a lot for you to see and drool over. First up are their yummy Dimsum selection in which you can enjoy each and every bite of their Shark’s Fin Dumplings (4pcs Php130), their Beancurd Roll (Php 90), their Tausi Spareribs (Php 110), and their Tausi Chicken Feet (Php 90).
From their dimsum selection, let’s now slurp our way into a bunch of their noods that definitely will put you in a happy mood and which you can avail with broth or as it is. Their Soy Chicken Noodles (Php 220) which comes with ginger sauce, their Roasted Asado and Duck with Noodles (Php 250) which comes with hoisine sauce and plum sauce, their Asado Wanton Noodles which is something new and a must-try, as well as their Imported Roasted Duck with Braised Noodles (Php 310) which comes with Wu’s special sauce are truly something that would keep you deliciously craving up at night.
Meanwhile, since you already had given into the temptation that are carbs, why not just go all the way and have some more? Wu’s Kitchen has a ton of rice dishes your Pinoy heart would truly beat for fast and unstoppable. Their Soy Chicken with Rice (Php 200) and their White Chicken with Rice (Php 200) both come with ginger sauce and are a part of their HK Roasting selection that comes with bokchoy and special sauce.
Other than those, you can gobble down more of their rice fix by digging into their Rice Toppings selection, specifically their Beef Brisket with Rice (Php 175) and their Tausi Spareribs with Rice (Php 175) alongside their Asado Congee (Php 180). These ones are indeed rice-licious you would regret saying no to, so just do not say no to it.
Finally, to fully let go of any inhibitions, end this lovely meal time at Wu’s Kitchen by having their sumptuous desserts that are just downright delightful. The Custard Bun (3 pcs Php 130) is a nomnom we have tried already and obviously came back for because it is a total win while their Wu’s Famous Toast (Php 65) is something we have tasted for first time and now is one of our faves here. Also, be extra as you sip a dessert in a glass of theirs which is the Milo Dinosaur (Php 85) that would give you a throwback of your oh-so-sweet childhood.
Ever since we got to have a taste and found out about this gem amidst the load of other dining options that are in Pasig, Wu’s Kitchen have always been one of those restaurants we really vouch for. Tasty dishes? Check! Affordable? Check! Comfy? Check! Warm and friendly staff? Check!
It just checks almost everything we look for in a restaurant, if not all, so we are amazingly giddy to know that they deliver through Grab and Lalamove and that they can cover even areas far from them, like Makati and farther areas of Quezon City.
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Address: 707 Shaw Blvd, Pasig, 1603 Metro Manila
Contact Number: 3506038
Hours of Operation: 10AM to 10PM