Wong Kok Kitchen

Update: This business has ceased its operations.

Wong Kok Kitchen (旺角小厨) is a Hong Kong-style Chinese short order restaurant in Queensbay Mall. It is unknown whether it is related to the more popular Wong Kok Char Chan Teng (旺角茶餐厅), but at least the Chinese characters 旺角 are written in the same cursive form.
I did not have any firm plans for dinner today, so I was looking for any restaurants that I have not tried. Then Wong Kok Kitchen caught my eye with this promotion: Select a main dish and add on RM3.90 for a dessert or drink. Works well for me, so I thought.
Choosing from the special menu, I decided to go with the Korean Hot & Spicy Kimchi Seafood Noodle Soup (韩式泡菜海鲜面汤, RM17.90). This dish was served in an average-sized bowl filled with Korean spicy soup. I was disappointed with both the miserable amount of noodles and the size of the so-called Big Prawns. It was also served with a pathetically small saucer of kimchi (Korean preserved vegetable), just to add insult to injury.
The add-on was the Kiwi Dessert Pudding (奇异果西米露, RM3.90). It must be sad to say that the dessert was more enjoyable than the main dish.
In all, I really urge the proprietor of Wong Kok Kitchen to try eating in his/her own restaurant for once!

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