Hakaw, always and forever.
If you’re the type of person who ALWAYS orders hakaw at a Chinese restaurant, then you’re in for a treat!
Plump shrimp dumplings bursting with flavor, especially when dipped in light soy sauce with calamansi – hakaw is a heaven-sent blessing to us all. Because we can relate to you guys, we’ve decided to do a list on where to get some of the best hakaw in the metro!
Mann Hann – multiple branches
Mann Hann is a casual dining restaurant with food that serves quality and authentic Chinese cuisine at reasonable prices. Most of their food are good for sharing.
Modern Shanghai – SM Mall of Asia
Modern Shanghai offers the authenticity of local Shanghai cuisine in a casual home-like manner.
Insider tip: Get TWO orders of Xiao Long Bao for the price of ONE when you use the Booky app. Read more here.
Tim Ho Wan – multiple branches
Tim Ho Wan is a Michelin-starred dimsum restaurant chain from Hong Kong. While it is best known for their pork buns, dimsums like hakaw and vermicelli rolls are must-tries too.
Lung Hin – Ortigas
Lung Hin is a modern Chinese restaurant serving authentic Cantonese fare. Their hakaw is on a league of its own, served with real and edible gold leaf on top. Read more here.
No reservations accepted
44/F Marco Polo, Meralco Ave, Ortigas, Pasig
Darwin Dimsum – multiple branches
Darwin Dimsum is a hole-in-the-wall Chinese place that serves a wide variety of affordable dimsum, noodles, and a few rice meals. What makes them different than the others is that they have specialty Hello Kitty hakaw, panda vegetable buns, and Mickey Mouse radish cakes! Read our full feature here.
Wai Ying – multiple branches
Wai Ying is a famous casual Chinese restaurant that’s popular for its cheap dimsum and HK roast rice toppings. It’s one of Binondo’s most go-to and iconic restaurants.
Crystal Jade – BGC
Crystal Jade is a Singapore-based restaurant that serves authentic Chinese cuisine like dimsum, noodles, and rice toppings.
Chuan Kee – Binondo
Chuan Kee is a Chinese cafeteria-style restaurant, owned by the same family that brought us Eng Bee Tin.
No reservations accepted
650 Ongpin St, Binondo, Manila
Red Palace Seafood Restaurant – Quezon City
Red Palace is a casual dining restaurant that serves authentic Cantonese cuisine such as dimsum, cold cuts, peking chicken, and more.
Reservations are accepted
132 Malakas St, Central, Quezon City
Just Ping Teahouse – SM North EDSA
Just Ping Tea House serves authentic Chinese cuisine that aren’t heavy on the pockets. They have dimsum, noodles, rice toppings, and more.
Causeway Seafood Restaurant – multiple branches
Causeway is one our most loved Chinese restaurants that serves authentic and unpretentious Cantonese cuisine. It’s one of the usual top choices when deciding where to hold a family reunion, because their food never fails.
Gloria Maris – multiple branches
Another classic Chinese restaurant, Gloria Maris is one the well-loved and popular Chinese restaurants in the metro. It serves traditional specialties such as dimsum, hotpot, lauriat, and more.
Didn’t we promise you the ultimate cravings? For more options, search for ‘HAKAW‘ in the Booky app and look for the nearest restaurant to you! If you still don’t have the app, download it now to enjoy its offline access, restaurant discounts, buy one get one promos, and dessert freebies!