SUPER Bowl of China, the Chinese restaurant that serves authentic Cantonese cuisine, has rolled out its new menu, which consists of four new dishes and one exciting drink—Hot Chicken Salad, Pork Wanton with Mala Sauce, Beef with Ampalaya & Black Beans, Beef Hofan, and Red Bean Milk Tea.
Hot Chicken Salad (Php270) is much like the popular Hot Prawn Salad, which is now a classic. It in boneless battered chicken fillet tossed in homemade mayonnaise and assorted fruits, and topped with lemon rind. The chicken is crunchy and it goes very well with fruit cocktail in a lightly creamy mayonnaise. Great as an appetizer, it can also be eaten as a main dish with hot, steamed rice.
The newest addition to the dim sum selections on the menu is Pork Wantons with Mala Sauce (Php95), steamed ground pork meat in wanton wrappers and topped with a mildly spicy Mala sauce.
Definitely a main dish to savor and love is Beef with Ampalaya & Black Beans (Php300), which is tender slices of beef and thinly sliced bittermelon sautéed with mushrooms, black beans and select spices, drizzled with oyster sauce and dark soy sauce. Flavors of bitter, salty, sweet and spicy meld in this dish.
Beef Hofan (Php260) happens to be another beef dish recently introduced by Super Bowl of China. It’s a noodle dish that makes use of Shanghai flat noodles and sautés these in an oyster sauce and dark soy sauce blend, topped with premium tender beef slices, white onion and white leeks.
The lone drink that has made it to the new menu recently rolled out by Super Bowl of China is Red Bean Milk Tea (Php85), a brewed Chinese tea blended with milk and topped with sweet red beans. It’s Super Bowl of China’s answer to the prolonged interest that the dining public has on milk teas.
These new dishes go well with classic favorites, such as Dimsum Combination Platter (Php310), which comes with pork siomai, hakao, deep-fried wantons, vegetarian spring rolls and pork asado siopao, served with sweet and sour sauce; Lemon Chicken (Php270), breaded chicken fillet fried to a crisp and served with Super Bowl of China’s signature sweet and sour sauce; Sweet & Sour Pork (Php295), which are succulent breaded pork cutlets, sautéed with red and green bell peppers, onion and pineapple in sweet and sour sauce; Braised Tofu with Mushrooms (Php220), hard beancurd sautéed with mixed vegetables and mushrooms in a dark soy sauce and oyster sauce combination; and Steamed Fish Fillet with Garlic (P275), topped with garlic and spring onion.
Desserts include classic Taho (Php110), beancurd with tapioca balls and syrup; Peanut Buchi (Php100), peanut coated balls with peanut paste filling; and Black Gulaman with Lychee (Php95), black gulaman, coconut jelly strips and coconut jelly strips and sugar syrup.
Incidentally, Super Bowl of China at SM Megamall now sports a new look and feel. Drop lights hang from the ceiling, ergonomically refashioned tables and chairs, lattice woodwork and infographic décor.
“This infographic décor is a unique wall accessory that gives guests a quick glance into Super Bowl of China’s history, heritage and best-selling dishes,” explains Laine de Jesus-Vallar, senior marketing manager of Super Bowl of China.
(Super Bowl of China has branches at the 4th Level of SM Megamall Atrium, Ground Floor of SM Mall of Asia; and 3rd Level, Chef’s Avenue, at the Festival Mall, Alabang.)