If you’re craving for Chinese dishes while staying at Jpark Island Resort and Waterpark, then their Ching Hai Restaurant is just a couple of steps away from you.
The Ching Hai Restaurant is one of the restaurants that are inside the resort, and of course one of the restaurants I’ve tried while my “One Day Getaway” with fellow Cebu bloggers.
We took our lunch at the restaurant and it was a fulfilling one! They’re also open for dinner and can cater up to 100 guests with their classic and contemporary Chinese dishes. It also have a really nice look and rooms where you with your friends or family can go inside and have a private and delicious dining experience. Check out these guys!
We have their dimsum basket, that you could also try for (I believe it was) for P1,200 and that is good for two (2) persons. And the dimsum basket have all these:
I don’t have the name for each dish but I could give you may food rating and of course, the photo of each dish that is included in the dimsum basket which are the following:
I love their fried rice by the way. I guess I'll give it 4.5 out 5 stars. It just blends right to the dishes served.
I don't know the name of this dish (above), but I believe it's a quail egg inside and I really love it. I keep on coming back to it and I would love to give a food rating of 5 out 5 stars. That is my rating by the way, some bloggers who I ate with have other favorites.
The person who's serving us said this is camote or you might know this as sweet potato. It's not salty, not sweet, just right but it's soft and the outer is crispy. I'll give it 3.5 stars.
The bloggers whom I was with said that the orange circles are shrimp eggs. Still, I'm not sure if this is a Siomai but I'll also give this one 3 stars.
Lastly, the one above is our dessert that you can drink, it's actually mango flavored with the white sago.
Out of the three (3) restaurants we've tried, that is the Abalone, Olive restaurant and Ching Hai restaurant, I think it’s Ching Hai that I’ve enjoyed the best but hey, I don't know what the Abalone could offer for lunch.
Jpark Island Resort and Waterpark has a day use for only P2,500/head which includes a meal, and you have to choose between the Abalone and Ching Hai restaurant and if you want to take lunch or dinner at either restaurant since they’re open for both – but you have to choose only one of them.
If you want to find out more about Jpark, then check out my post next week where I’ll be giving you a quick tour at the resort. See you next week!?
Photo Credits (Primary Photo): Christopher Ngosiok