Posted by: koolcampus | February 1, 2016

“LET’S EAT” (2016) MOVIE REVIEW. THE WOKS OF WAR. – 开饭啦!

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THE WOKS OF WAR BETWEEN THE SEXES. WHOSE CULINARY SKILL IS BETTER? THE GUY OR THE GAL?

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THINGS BEGIN TO HOT UP when Ah Yong’s elder daughter Rosemary presides over the family business. She uses hefty advertising gimmicks to RE-HARNESS THE BRAND NAME.

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ROSEMARY HAS NO BUSINESS FRIENDS AND IS A  LONELY OLD SOUL AT WORK.

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“I AM STILL IN LOVE WITH YOU, SO BOTH OF US SHOULD GIVE OURSELVES A SECOND CHANCE …..”

 

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THERE’S NOTHING LIKE THE CAMARADERIE WE SHARE AMONG COLLEAGUES ….

THE STORY

“Ah Yong’s Cafe & Restaurant” was once a reputable restaurant. NOT ANY MORE.

The founder of the restaurant- Ah Yong’s pupil Weng Seng and colleagues  work hard to keep the traditional taste.

Things changed as Ah Yong’s elder daughter Rosemary takes over the business. She uses promotional gimmicks to re-position the product image.

Regular customers decides to eat elsewhere due to disappointment of food quality.


Hence, conflict is raised between Weng Seng and Rosemary as he disagrees with her style of creative management.

One day, a food critic (Michelin) spams the restaurant with negative comments. Rosemary tries to find the elusive spammer but fails. She therefore decides to join “King of Delicious” contest to fight her competitors.

Rosemary and Weng Seng finally decide to stand as ally after deep thought, they band together . Finally, they jointly intro a superb new recipe.

Weng Seng fails to show up in the competition at last, and finally it is Rosemary’s food that wins the judges’ heart.

Michelin’s identity is eventually disclosed and it is a pleasant surprise to find out that it is Weng Seng!

His intention is to tell her to run the restaurant whole-heartedly, but she is too furious to listen. As usual.

The restaurant has regains its popularity, but Rosemary feels something’s amiss.

One day, she met her ex-boyfriend and learn an important advice from him…

 


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