Reviews on Chinese food in Manila, Luzon, Philippines. Metropolitan Manila encompasses six cities and 12 towns. Located on Manila Bay in the South China Sea, and bisected by the Pasig River, the capital of the Philippines is historic and modern, rich and poor. A popular sight is the walled area called Intramuros. The capital during Spanish colonization, Intramuros has retained old dungeons and gunpowder rooms but added art galleries and theaters. The city is filled with museums, shops, parks and churches, plus enough nightlife to last until dawn.
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4 based on 107 reviews
of course must try to xiao long bao, they have several varieties but we always ordered the traditional pork.I quite liked the pineapple with shrimp in chinese donut dish, it's one of their signature items, spicy wonton in chili, Taiwanese beef noodle soup - tasty not too salty broth and nice amounts of sliced beef, roast duck. They have some interesting desserts but was too full to try them. Just be prepared for small portions if you are heft eaters. It is on the expensive side but worth it since they nailed every dish we ordered. Also busy lunch hour so be prepared to wait 20-30 minutes, best to go during slow times. We went to the Greenhills branch. Ample parking ground floor and upstairs as well.
4 based on 134 reviews
Look at the pictures!.....Crispy fried pigeon had sugar sprinkles on it and was slimey. Fried rice dry and inedible. Broccoli was only vegetable available. Covered with a cornflour slum. Sweet n sour pork was cornfloured pork pieces heated up in a wok with canned pineapple. they even messed up my beer order. Where do we go from here?I just want to vomit......
4 based on 104 reviews
It was a post-Birthday celebration with family during lunch and the place was almost empty with only few tables taken. Service was friendly and efficient. The food was delicious and tasty. Towards the end of our meal, diners started arriving and the place got crowded. Desert was complimentary. Although visited the location at Resorts World, Iâm pretty sure the standards are the same.
4 based on 79 reviews
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We just had to return to this place after we had a taste of some of their best sellers during an "adventure-race" type event a couple of years back.This time we had their pork-shrimp siomai, hakao, chicken feet, dumpling toasted noodles, and asado bun. The food was great! I especially liked the asado buns which would rival those of Tim Ho Wan.Restaurant staff were also very friendly and attentive.Sadly lagging way behind is the restaurants cleanliness and appearance. It is a typical family-run Chinese restaurant in Binondo where number tables are beyond capacity of the floor area and crates & boxes of ingredients are crammed into any available space.Maybe next time we'll have the food for take out and enjoy it somewhere with a more relaxed ambiance.
4 based on 94 reviews
Back for our Sharks Fin w Crabmeat soup, loofah w scallops, two dimsum dishes and as our heading, a yummy meal and met our consistency standard!Always worth the trip from Makati.
4 based on 85 reviews
For reasonably priced seafood dishes, this is the resto. We always go here when we have blow-outs. They have a table that can accommodate 15 people. This is the hang out of some politicians too!!! The place is not that fancy but clean and the food is good. I like their chicken pie, the tao so fish , the bamboo shells in tao si and the baked rice. Parking there is challenging though. They open from lunch up to dinner.They also have rice toppings and noodles for quick lunch or dinner. They are reasonably priced. Sometimes i go there for take-out when i am in Chinatown.
4 based on 109 reviews
The chefs at Li Li display their skill with classic Cantonese dishes, using the freshest ingredients, live seafood and top-quality meats. Youâll find an extensive choice of fine wines from the cellar and exceptional teas from the tea bar. Li Li has five p
The menu is quite extensive and has everything from fowl-seafood-veggies etc. We were impressed with the menu. Not your trypical western style Chinese offerings. Iâve seen dishes here not available in any other Chinese restaurant in Manila. We ordered the hot and sour soup(not on menu) , Cantonese style roast duck and squid with salted egg! All washed down with a Tsing Tao beer. Enjoyed our dinner. Will certainly come back.
4 based on 311 reviews
The first time I ate here, i wanted to order everything. I actually ordered almost everything. Their vermicelli roll in sesame and peanut sauce is the closest thing to the one i tasted at Macau. Their machang or glutinous rice in lotus leaf is okay. Itâs my forever favorite food. There are better-tasting machang in Chinatown. But this one is okay. The rest of the food is great.
4 based on 225 reviews
Freshly made hopia, baked to perfection and available with traditional or not so common flavours. Friendly service too. A very nice experience that comes at a price, but thatâs okay for me and most other hopia lovers.
4 based on 549 reviews
We have been here around five or six times this year and still, we love to dine in here. Food is very good quality and superb. Desserts are always nice. I always love the buttered shrimp. Love the staff, very friendly and all smiling.
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