I like the quirky chairs, the oriental furnishings with a modern twist and waitresses in retro dresses and blue and yellow wigs. The menu isn't any less amazing too. The menu is huge and its filled with colourful pictures of dishes from dim sum to main courses and also single serving dishes. The best thing was - the names of the dishes are very cute too!
In the menu, you get names like Bruce Lee Beef, John Woo, Zhang Ziyi and Yao Ming. Hello all, I didn't know you guys are actually beef, chicken and fish in the menu! "Excuse me, I would like to order a plate of Bruce Lee Beef done medium with extra pepper!" "Yes, Bruce Lee, I would love to eat you tonight!"
The Sezhuan hot and sour soup was good and an excellent starter as the sourness of the soup opens up whets your appetite!
We also had a tofu dish, a prawn and a spareribs. The spareribs come with Kimchi as side and I found the dish rather funny. Or they would like to spell it as F-U-S-I-O-N. Oh well, not all fusion can pass off as great tasting dishes but among all the dishes here, the spareribs didn't turn up so well.
The bill for 2 came up to about PHP1800+ which is not a very affordable amount but at least I have satisfy my hunger and also the curiousity about this place. Johnny Chow is managed by the same team behind John and Yoko, Sumo Sam and Mr. Kurosawa. And so if you happened to be in manila and is looking for Asian food with a twist, it is a good choice for adventurous tastes and quirky ambiance.
Mon, Tues, Thurs and Sun: 11:00 a.m. - 11:00 p.m. Wed, Fri and Sat: 11:00 a.m. - 3:00 a.m.
On the topic of curiosity, I recently took a photograph and it appeared that there was a symbol formed on the paddy field. What symbol was that and how did it get into my picture? Could it be an apocalypse or was it a sign of something is going to be happening? *shivers*
What do you think it could be?!!