Backstory before we discuss the awesomeness that is this spread. Bear and I, on one of our many walks down Marian road, saw this place that seemed like an exclusive club and wondered what it was. In our quest for knowledge, we discovered that it was a restaurant of sorts and we decided that we’d go eat there someday, together of course.
But Bear, being the sly that he is, went there first. He claims it was hunger that took him there, but I think we all know the truth.
Anyways, after his visit to the place, he just would not stop waxing poetic about the wonders of P-Kris Oha soup, so we got the squad together and decided to try it.
Safe to say that the squad absolutely loved it, and our experience was made more amazing by the fact that we paired this wonderful meal with our everlasting fave, tiger nut juice. The combination of the ginger in the tiger nut juice and the pepper in the soup made our eyes water and our mouths burn in a good way.
We thoroughly enjoyed ourselves, but what would have made the soup more enjoyable was if the meat in the soup was soft. We literally had to fight with the meat, but obviously, we won.
P-Kris is a little more pricey than the average restaurant, though, but you get value for your money. They even have a POS machine. Do I hear a hallelujah somewhere? If you want to try the soup out for yourself, to make sure we’re not just trying to sell you a castle of lies, you can check them out yourselves. They’re located on Marian Road, opposite Happy Food Chinese Restaurant.
Squad verdict for P-Kris Oha soup is 4.5 stars. (The .5 was docked for hard meat.)
I think it’s safe to say the squad all went home with full hearts and happy stomachs. Maybe one day we’ll do a full menu review for P-Kris (if we’re hungry enough, hehe)
Rosebuds, tell me in the comment section if you’ve ever tried Oha, and what your thoughts on it are. You can also tell me what your favorite soup is.
Have fun, eat well, and be kind to one another. Mahal Kita, Rosebuds.