Mother’s Day was a few weeks back but since my mom couldn’t be here, my cousin and I took our momma’s momma to dinner at Watami. Waiting over 1.5 hours, we finally got called to be seated.
With 14 branches in Hong Kong, Watami is a popular dining place for folks in Hong Kong. This was only my second time here, and I didn’t remember having a great impression first time around. I believe in second chances, so we kicked things off with the pork and teriyaki chicken pizza.
Then we had noodles dipped in…
this broth. From the image, this looks like contents from a Johnny On The Spot but sure didn’t taste so. Not that I have.
Pork fillet cutlet before heating.
After heating and adding an egg. Good stuff.
Garlic fried rice with assorted seafood.
The deep fried chicken crumble came courtesy of DBS banking. If you hold certain credit cards and eat a certain valued amount, you can sometimes get free extras.
The food was better this time but still not leaving me craving for more. All this food totalled $200 HKD (~$24 USD) which is fair price for its portions. Watami homepage here.