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Saturday, March 17, 2012

Deep Fried Wonders: Cowsing and Kroketten

Note: Both establishments are already closed.


 

I was walking around the food court to look for lunch and I saw these two new stalls: Cowsing and Kroketten.

Cowsing offers simple Taiwanese snacks like Crispy Chicken Chops, Chicken Skin, and Egg Crepes. Kroketten (German word for "croquette") offers potato croquettes will three different fillings: beef, pork and cheese.

Crispy Chicken Chops
From Cowsing, I got Crispy Chicken Chops (Php 80). It is a deep-fried breaded chicken fillet sprinkled with garlic and chili powder. It was already good for two persons, but this is enough for one if you're not eating this with rice.


Mini-Kroketten
From Kroketten, I ordered the Mini-Kroketten balls (Php 35 for 9 pieces). You can choose any of the two dips: Honey Mustard or Garlic Mayo. I chose Garlic Mayo. Kroketten also offers a cylinder-shaped Kroketten (1 piece for Php 35) or Kroketten Balls (3 pcs for Php 35).

I liked munching on the Crispy Chicken Chops and the Mini-Kroketten balls. I prefer the beef-filled Kroketten, but I just hoped they gave me the freshly-fried one. For Cowsing, they cook as you order, which I really like. They use carton containers too. :)

Want something new? Try Cowsing and Kroketten!

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Robinson's Galleria
Food Court Level
EDSA cor. Ortigas Avenue
Quezon City

25 comments:

  1. Oooh. I love fried food! That kroketten looks delicious. I think I could eat 50pcs in one seating. haha

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    1. I can't imagine eating 50 pcs, but let me know if you've already tried it.haha. :)

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  2. These look yummy! :D I'm a sucker for fried foods so I'll definitely check this when I visit Robinsons Galleria :D

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  3. Wow they look delish! :) I'll probably try these when I visit Rob. :D

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  4. hmmm, i guess i gotta try these when I go back there, :)

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  5. I'd like to try the kroketten. I'm a huge potato fan. I frequent Robinson's Galleria, so I'd remember to try these. :D

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  6. Wehehehe i have tried a lot of german food here, but not my fave... wanna try the tiawanese one... haven't had a taiwanese foos eversince...

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  7. It looks so tasty! I love food sprinkled with spices. I love dips as well, hehe. Thank you for sharing, I hope they have stalls near us as well. ;)

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    1. Kroketten has branches at Starmall Alabang and Festival Mall. Not sure about Cowsing. :)

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  8. looks delicious! Something to nibble! Imma try these if I got the chance though :)

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  9. Nice find. Now, there's another reason for me to go to Robinson's Galleria food court. Thanks for this.

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  10. 9 pcs for P35 is not bad .i love the mustard deep better than the garlic mayo.

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    1. I agree. Php 35 is quite affordable. :)

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  11. This is a good find! Will find this!

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  12. i'd sure to look for this up when i get to robinson's galleria

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    1. I really hope you'll try this Marge! :)

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  13. Michy, do they have an option for no chili powder sprinkles? hehe.. sorry.. Picky Eater..

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    1. Yes, I actually requested for just a wee bit of chili powder.hehe. :D

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  14. Excuse me, I’m a graduate student in the department of Hospitality in Taiwan. For an academic research, I need to collect the data relating “The Image of Taiwanese street foods for foreigners.” Could you help me to fill out the online questionnaire, thanks, this is the website address>>>>>>>>>> http://www.mysurvey.tw/s/txnM5pXp

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    1. I already answered. Thanks for dropping by! :)

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  15. i always eat cowsing's chicken chops for lunch together with a cup of rice and i usually run out of rice. can eat it with or without the dip, but i think the dip makes a huge difference...it's cold and almost sweet which heightens the flavor of the spicy and salty chicken chops.

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    1. I super agree! I tried it with rice too and I ran out of rice. :) The dip is really good! I love its sweetness. :)

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