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Wednesday, 09 November 2005

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Kirk

Hi Troy - Thanks for stopping by and commenting! We just had RM wings a few days ago. I don't know what they put in those wings, but it can't be legal.....

David

I been there a lot of times. I have tried every single dish there!. Too bad I moved to Arizona now....You should do a review on every single food there.

David

I heard a rumor that they may expand more resteraunts world-wide. I hope that comes true so everyone could enjoy the food there especially the chicken wings!

Kirk

Hi David - I guess I'm not quite as dedicated as you! Of all the dishes I've tried, the Salt and Pepper Wings are still top. Though the Missus loves the Salt and Pepper Fish Filet.

Cyron209

Hiya! I was wondering if there was anything Salt and Pepper wing places worth trying in the Mire Mesa area. Again, thanks for the great reviews.. I've tried Golden Chopsticks and Royal Mandarin, and both were great! Just need to find something closer to my homebase =)

Kirk

Hi Cyron209 - I've never tried to find Salt and Pepper Wings in the Mira Mesa area, though I've heard that there was at least one place selling them. I was told that they were $$$, so let me look into it.

Mary, Mary Quite Contrary

Accidentally found your food blog while googling for RM's menu (no luck) 'cuz the hubby and I had a craving for the salt and pepper chicken wings they're obviously known for. Have been going here for twenty (holy sh*t!) years and the food hasn't changed much. They got rid of the plum sauce though =( and have since came up with a few new hits. Try the honey walnut shrimp...it's one of the most expensive items but it is so worth it. Lightly battered and flash-fried then coated with a sweet (mayo-based?) sauce, it's tossed with candied walnuts and sits atop shredded cabbage. Delicious on it's very on! Very non-traditional chinese, but os-so-good. Hope you give it a chance. I'm off to go get some of those crack wings now! =)
Love the blog spot!

Kirk

Hi Mary - Thanks for visiting and taking the time out to comment....you've just reminded me that I haven't had those wings for a while!

Ed

When are you doing your next crack chicken wing tasting?

Kirk

Hi Ed - I sent you an email....I hope you got it.

Sandy

Can I come, too? :-)

As for salt & pepper wings in the Mira Mesa area - Hong Kong BBQ inside the Vinh Hung supermarket had them on the restaurant menu. They were pretty good, but it would be interesting to do a taste comparison with the other ABCDE places you mentioned.

Kirk

Hi Sandy - Of course. I'll let you know...haven't heard anything yet.

Mary, Mary Quite Contrary

Just thought I'd let you know I visited RM last night and had a full course dinner special for $5.50!!! Warm egg drop soup followed by huge servings of mongolian beef, fried rice and three pcs. of the "crack" wings. For a $1.00 more I added two tempura fried shrimps. Two additional wings are also avialable for $1.00 more. You rarely find specials this low in price on a weekend. I also asked our waitress about one of their newest additions to the menu, salt and peppered french fries. Just your basic crinkle cut fries with the same addicting seasoning they use on their chicken wings. Our waitress said it was popular among the younger crowds. I'm going to give it a try the next time around and will let you know if they're as good as the wings. Until then, happy eatings!

Kirk

Hi Mary - Thanks for letting me know - that dinner sounds like a bargain! Salt and Pepper fries sound yummy - garlic fries kicked up..... Let me know how you liked them!

Jason

I'm comming back my whole life beacause chinese food is the best and i want the recipie for ocean valvent beacause i like seafood.

CARLA

HELLO...SO I HAVE BEEN READING THROUGH THE BLOGS HOPING TO SEE IF SOMEONE SLIPPED AND TOLD WHAT THE WINGS ARE MADE OF...IF ANYONE KNOWS ABOUT AT LEAST A PART OF WHAT THE INGREDIENTS ARE FOR THE WINGS PLEASE LET ME KNOW...I AM DYING OUT HERE IN MARYLAND...PLEASE HELP!!!

Odia

Just found your blog. I was looking for dry fried chicken wings and I'm definitely going to try this place.

BTW, originally from San Francisco, lived in Hawaii for five years, moved to San Diego last August.

Lot's of food to find!!

Kirk

Hi Odia - Welcome, and thanks for taking the time out to comment! Royal Mandarin is one of the favorites when it comes to those chicken wings...you'll find it at almost every Filipino party.

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