A lot of better options for Chinese food. This is just a convenient option for those who want to host big events.
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Any Chinese worth his salt in Manila knows this Chinese restaurant. Tip: Don’t just order from the waiters; ask for the Chinese “order-takers”. The Chinese “order-takers” know the dishes, aware of the good ingredients on hand, and gives you the best deal. If you’re food...More
The bird's nest soup was good but really costly. The beef tenderloin was tasty and indeed tender. The yang chow fried rice was yummy too. The taro puff was regular. The warm prawn salad was yummy too.
Haven't been back for a few months as have been traveling and went to our staple - Shark Fins Soup w Crabmeat, bbq platter, mustard with garlic, sweet and sour pork, Yang Chow Fried Rice and deep fried Taro puff... Each was as expected -...More
We recently had a lauriat style dining in this restaurant. It started with the appetizer of mixed meats. Very crispy roast sucking pig( little portion), char Shiu, white boiled chicken, jelly fish, century eggs.. followed by shrimp. Then we had the shark fin soup. This...More
Went in to check if they serve vegetarian dishes. The supervisor who attended to us was very courteous and humbly replied to us that vegetarian is not their specialty but they can cook it for us. We told him to prepare a soup and three...More
We had dinner here recently. The place is popular for events-weddings, debut parties, business meetings. The food is still good especially if you know what to order. Pricing has gone up but is still reasonable. The place though could use some refurbishing as the wear...More