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Last updated: September 21, 2020

A home-cooked meal is always worth having but sometimes you just miss the hustle and bustle of a Chinese restaurant. With menus that go on for days and a dim sum selection that will make you drool, it’s tough when those cravings kick in. Get those chopsticks ready because these Chinese restaurants are open for takeout and delivery!

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Chowking

There’s no Filipino out there who hasn’t at least heard of Chowking. After all, the fast food giant has been serving its spin on Chinese food since 1985. They continue to impress the Pinoy palate by improving the taste and the servings of their dishes. Their sweet and sour pork will definitely impress anyone and is paired best with their pancit canton.

Available via: Pick-up, in-house delivery, or delivery via Foodpanda or GrabFood. 
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North Park

Chinoy comfort food. That’s probably one of the best ways to describe North Park. The 25-year-old franchise has served as a refuge for those who have been craving for Chinese food late in the night — whether at home, or after a long night of drinking. Their selection of noodles and soups or their fried rice soufflé with sauce will make you come back for more.

Available via: Pick-up, in-house delivery, or delivery via  GrabFood.
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Hap Chan

Believe it or not, Hap Chan had very humble beginnings. It started out in 1999 serving Chinoy favorites like congee, mami, and dim sum. Now, they’ve grown the entire franchise! But even through their expanded menu and years of changes, their roasted asado noodles and meatball congee still holds a special place in our hearts.

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Sincerity Cafe

Sincerity Cafe is one of Binondo’s prized gems. But even before they started branching out, it was already well-known! They serve the classic Chinoy favorites like chopsuey and lumpia, but what really put them on the map is their fried chicken — crispy on the outside, impeccably moist and flavorful on the inside.

Available via: Pick-up, GrabFood Foodpanda and LalaFood.
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Tien Ma’s

If you find yourself craving for savory Taiwanese food, then don’t forget to check out Tien Ma’s. The restaurant, which is known for its xiao long bao, also serves a variety of dishes. Get comforted by their wanton noodle during rainy nights or get a bowl of laksa for that extra spice!

Available via: Pick-up, GrabFood, and LalaFood.
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Gloria Maris

One of the most well-known family restaurants in the metro, Gloria Maris continues to make sure that all those who dine in this establishment come back for more. Their authentic Cantonese cuisine will make those who’ve never tasted it appreciate Chinese food better. From their roast duck to their steamed crab with glutinous rice, you can never go wrong with Gloria Maris.

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Tuan Tuan Chinese Brasserie

If you’ve gotten the chance to have a meal in Tuantuan, you’ll definitely know why it stands out. The Hong Kong restaurant has both eastern and western influences both in menu and in ambience. Fish fillet with pumpkin? Macau style cajun chicken? You get the best of both worlds in Tuantuan. Oh, and don’t forget about their signature snow buns — they’re highly addictive!

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Photo from Facebook | Tuan Tuan Chinese Brasserie

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Lugang Cafe

Before the lockdown, Lugang Cafe was known for their great noodles, dimsum, and the feast-all-you-can promo that came along with it. Due to the pandemic we all have to put our unli dimsum dreams aside, but that doesn’t mean we can’t have a steaming box of xiao long bao with truffle paste delivered straight to our homes right?

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Photo from Facebook | Lugang Cafe

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Hen Lin

Great tasting and affordable. Those are two words that perfectly describes one of Manila’s most beloved dimsum shops. Hen Lin has been there for everyone through thick and thin, satiating the hunger of the people with their delicious siopao, or comforting those who need comfort with their noodle bowls.

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Masuki

Believe it or not, Filipinos have loved Chinese food for a very long time, and masuki is proof of that. Their hand-made noodle soups have been filling both hearts and stomachs since 1930, and is still considered one of the best comfort food out there.

Available via: Pick-up (courier to be booked by customer).
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Luk Yuen

Another go-to family restaurant in Manila, Luk Yuen Noodle house has it all! From family style dishes like sweet and sour pork, to solo dishes like century egg with shreded pork congee, you’re sure to get your Chinese fix here.

Available via: Pick-up, delivery via Foodpanda.
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Super Bowl of China

Super Bowl of China will promise you one thing: Sarap-sulit meals. Do you think they will deliver though? Believe us when we say yes. Deep-Fried pork ribs with spicy salt for 365 pesos? Count us in!

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Photo from Facebook | Super Bowl of China

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Mongkok

If you’re looking for a straightforward, no-nonsense Chinese restaurant, then Mongkok is the place for you. Their authentic Cantonese dishes like seafood beancurd pot, sweet & sour fish, or steamed fish with garlic will give anyone a deeper appreciation for Chinese food.

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Wangfu Chinese Cafe

Wangfu Chinese Cafe is not your typical Chinese restaurant. The establishment continues to reinvent its menu by taking inspiration from dishes that people enjoy in other countries. Tired of the same old crispy fried chicken? Wangfu’s salted egg chicken might just blow you away. While you’re at it, try their twist on sweet and sour pork with lychee — ab absolute game-changer.

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Lido

Lido Cocina Tsina is probably what you call peak Chinoy. The restaurant serves authentic Chinese dishes with a Pinoy twist. Feast on their pugon-roasted chinese asado, lumpiang shanghai, and pancit bihon all served in a bilao, anytime, any day.

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Mr. Choi Kitchen

What separates Mr. Choi Kitchen from the rest of the Chinese restaurant pack is their diverse menu. Craving for something asian like roasted duck? No problem. Feeling a little western? Their white sauce seafood baked rice might just do the trick!

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Hong Kong Noodles and Dimsum

The noodles in this establishment is great and the dimsum makes for an amazing cherry on top. But the cherry on top of that other cherry? They serve breakfast meals. Their HK Hotdog with garlic rice and HK Smoked bangus with garlic rice is enough to make your Chinoy blood boil with excitement.

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Photo from Facebook | Hong Kong Noodles & Dimsum House

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Tim Ho Wan

Tim Ho wan is amazing, and if you don’t believe us, they have a star to prove it — a Michelin star. The whole in the hole-in-the-wall eatery from Hong Kong serves nothing but the best: from their glutinous rice wrapped in a lotus leaf to their delightful poached vegetables. And who can forget their BBQ pork buns?

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Din Tai Fung

It’s not uncommon to find xiao long bao in menus of Chinese restaurants here in Manila. But for some reason, the dish flew under the radar until Din Tai Fung came into play. The restaurant, which serves world famous soup dumplings, started the xiao long bao craze in the Philippines. Their dumplings are so delicious, people are willing to wait hours for it. Apart from taste, they have variety as well — from the classic pork xiaolongbao to foie gras and chicken xiaolongbao.

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Eat Fresh Hong Kong Famous Street Food

Eat Fresh Hong Kong Noodles offers a variety of Southeast Asian streetfood. From authentic Singaporean laksa, Japanese yakitori sticks, to barbecue isaw, you might just get lost trying to navigate their expansive menu!

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Photo from Facebook | Eat Fresh Hongkong Street Food

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