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Not A Royalty!

After watching a movie at Lucky Chinatown Mall, my friend had a craving for some dimsum and spotted King Chef's 3-5pm dimsum promo. And since she already ate at the resto's Banawe branch, I agreed. We ordered hakaw, quail egg siomai, sharksfin dumpling and kua pao.

Bad service! It took forever to call the waiter's attention and place our order. Then it took them forever to deliver the food on our table. And after 30 minutes of waiting, I bid farewell to my friends since I still have to fetch daughter from school. Tsk tsk tsk.

Then my friend texted me that another friend left after eating the unappetizing dimsums. And it also took then forever to call the waiter's attention when settling the bill. I'm not sure if I want to set foot in this resto again.

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