Lunch or Dinner this place have very good hainese chicken and rice. almost always full , reservation is not required but recommended.
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Tao Yuan is one of my favorite Chinese restaurants in Metro Manila. The only reason I have not been back is the tremendous road traffic to get there. My visit last night was disappointing, the order taker manager leveled up my order to increase my...More
Back this time for: BBQ platter, Seafood in fried taro basket, Won Ton & Noodle Soup and each was yummy! As regulars to this resto, can easily attest to it being deservedly known for the quality and range of its cuisine offerings. If you're in...More
Strolling through the Newport Mall on our last evening in Manila, we hankered for an authentic Chinese dinner. After perusing the menu, we decided on this restaurant. We ordered the bitter melon and spare rib in a broth, stirred fried asparagus in garlic and sea...More
It was past 10pm, and we were looking for Chinese food for late dinner. Fortunately, Tao Yuan closes at 12 midnight. Appetizer was assorted cold cuts with asado, century egg, seaweed, etc. Boiled peanuts was also served. Main dishes included Tao's signature Hainanese chicken with...More
Certainly, the best BBQ/cold cut platter of any Chinese restaurant in Manila... full range of Cantonese and regional Chinese (albeit, with a Singaporean leaning)... Good prices, prompt service make this a can't miss dining treat!
We chose this place after we asked if they can cook fast as we are going to watch the afternoon matinee show. They advised us what to order. We ordered and true to their word, we got the food fast. They even gave us complimentary...More
Always consistent.... this time, had the Peking Duck, Singapore Mee Fun and both were yummy... Extensive Cantonese (mostly) fare and have tried enough to keep coming back!
We enjoyed the food here. The water was in bottles, not glasses. Service was prompt and the choices of good was great.
This place is known for its Hainanese chicken. The secret to the success of this dish is their imported chicken which is older, bigger and fatter than locally bred chickens. This resto also has other good Chinese dishes. One of my faves is the garlic...More