The Ultimate Booky Guide to the best Chinese restaurants in Metro Manila


It’s dumplings, fried rice, and noodles galore!

Just about everyone is a fan of Chinese food, especially when it comes to the dim sum, fried rice, and noodles. There is almost a countless amount of Chinese restaurants out there, not including the ones all located in Binondo (Chinatown).

With these much choices, it’s hard to get the low down on all the Chinese restaurants in the metro. Lucky for you, we’ve compiled them in this list! Check out all the best Chinese restaurants in Manila.

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Quezon City

Wow Wok – U.P. Town Center

Wow Wok offers quickbite asian meals with dishes like sweet and sour pork, siomai, hakaw, and more. Try their Wow Chow Meals, where you can have a main dish, a base of either rice or noodles, a side, and a drink, all of P249.

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2/F Phase 2, UP Town Center, Diliman, Quezon City

Templo – Dapitan Street (QC)

Located at the heart of Banawe, Quezon City, a modern Szechuan fusion teeming with modern Fil-Chi community, Templó is keen to serve everyone a dish that tastes a hundred different flavors in one.

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55 Dapitan Street corner D. Tuazon, Brgy Lourdes, Quezon City
(02) 244 7640

Just Ping Tea House – 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.

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2/F SM City North EDSA, Sky Garden, EDSA cor North Ave, Quezon City

Ha Yuan – Quezon City

Ha Yuan serves Chinese heirloom recipes, specializing in maki mi, dimsum, and kiampong. They also have ready-made dishes that you can choose from over the counter.

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84 Mother Ignacia St., South Triangle, Quezon City
(02) 376-9007

Lin’s Kitchen – Diliman

Lin’s Kitchen is a small underrated diner along Sgt. Esguerra, that specializes in authentic noodles, dimsum, and claypot rice meals. They also have bubble waffles in different flavors!

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70 Sgt. Esguerra St, Diliman, Quezon City
(02) 355-8000

Tuen Mun Roasts – Banawe

Tuen Mun Roasts is a HK-inspired eatery serving everyone’s favorite roasted items on rice. Feast over generous servings of barbecued pork, lechon macau, roast duck  and soy chicken with rice or noodles.

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81A Nicanor Roxas St., Sto. Domingo,Quezon City
(02) 734-4296

Shantung – Quezon City

Shantung is a casual dining Chinese restaurant along West Avenue that has been serving authentic Mandarin cuisine since 1958. They are well known for their Shantung Fried Crispy Chicken, Hot & Sour Soup and Steamed/Fried Pork Dumplings.

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96 West Avenue, Philam Homes, West Triangle, Quezon City
(02) 928-4409

Taguig

Char Dining – Uptown Parade

Hailing from Singapore, Char Dining PH specializes in Cantonese food with Western influences. Included in their signature dishes are the roast dishes and the Char Siew. Read our full feature here.

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2/F Uptown Parade, 38th Street Corner 9th Avenue, Fort Bonifacio, Taguig
(02) 809-1452

San Juan

Le Ching Tea House – Greenhills

Le Ching Tea House is a Cantonese and dim sum place popular to residents around the Banawe area. It serves affordable Chinese specialties including various dim sum baskets, siopao, noodles, congee and rice toppings. Known only to a handful, this place’s most talked about items are the Steamed Spareribs rice, Chicken & Mushroom rice and Stewed Beef Brisket noodles, so don’t leave without trying all three!

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G/F GH Shoppesville, Greenhills, San Juan
(02) 726-3677

Mala Tang – Little Baguio

Mala Tang is a small Chinese restaurant hidden along the streets of Little Baguio.  Here you can make your own shabu-shabu sets where you can fully customize your meal starting from your toppings, noodles, and broth. They’re also known for their roasted duck, roasted pork, and char siu. 

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207 Jose Abad Santos St, Little Baguio , San Juan
(02) 503-3550

Flavors of Taiwan – Little Baguio

Flavors of Taiwanspecializes in Taiwanese favorites like xiao long bao and deep fried pork chop. With a comfortable setup that reminds you of home, they put a modern take on the average Chinese restaurant, maintaining traditional decors like red lanterns and an oriental mural, but still keeping it simple to let the food shine.

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20 General Vicente Lim St cor General de Jesus St, Little BaguioSan Juan
(02) 547-8593

Eat Fresh Famous Hong Kong Street Food – Greenhills

Eat Fresh is famous in the area for serving authentic HK street food such as dry noodles with sauces, fragrant claypot rice, dim sum and other small eats on skewers.  This Chinese restaurant is a well-known spot for a night chill or food trip.

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J. Abad Santos St, Greenhills, San Juan
(02) 234-9059

Makati

A Bite of Hunan – Circuit Makati

Known for hot and spicy dishes with deep colors and fresh aromas, A Bite of Hunan is an authentic restaurant in Circuit Makati that serves dishes from the mountainous Chinese region of their namesake. Try their Dongpo Braised Pork and Sizzling Fish.

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UG/F Circuit Lane Makati, Riverfront Drive, AP Reyes St, Carmona, Makati
(0915) 355-6688

Lao Beijing – Senator Gil Puyat Ave

Located at the heart of Makati, Lao Beijing is a Chinese restaurant that serves delicious and affordable dimsum and noodles. Make sure to try their bestselling xiao long bao and petchay pork dumpling.

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G8, Cityland Makati Executive Tower 3, Senator Gil Puyat Ave, Pio del Pilar, Makati
(02) 425-5700

Darwin Dimsum – SM Jazz Mall

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.

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SM Jazz Mall, Nicanor Garcia cor Jupiter St, Bel-Air, Makati
(02) 805-6291

Yin Yang Express – Chino Roces

Yin Yang Express is a quick service Chinese restaurant located in the up and coming San Lorenzo Place. It’s a no frills on-the-go restaurant with classic Chinese favorites and some slightly less familiar eats as well.

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G/F San Lorenzo Place Tower 4, Edsa cor Chino Roces Ave, San Lorenzo, Makati
(0995) 118 6234

Mandaluyong

Tai Koo HK Roast – The Podium

Tai Koo HK Roast is a Hong Kong restaurant that serves up an array of affordable quality roasted meats with their chicken and duck flown in from Hong Kong and roasted fresh everyday.

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5/F The Podium, 18 ADB Ave, Ortigas, Mandaluyong
(0995) 730-5281

Charlie Wanton – Haig St.

Charlie Wanton is like a tiny out-of-place treasure from Binondo–awesome food, shady location. It specializes in wanton noodles, siopao and siomai, but also offers many other dishes including rice toppings, congee and other Chinese favorites.

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265 Haig St, Daang Bakal, Mandaluyong
(02) 718-1880

Pasay

Ocean Seafood Restaurant – SM by the Bay

Ocean Seafood is a Chinese restaurant at the SM Mall of Asia that serves the best from the ocean in a multitude of cooking styles. Try their Fried Lapu-Lapu with Mango, Salted Egg Crab, and Adobong Pusit. It’s a great place for families and seafood lovers alike to get the freshest catch of the day.

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Bldg D SM by the Bay, SM Mall of Asia, Pasay
(02) 839-0122

Hawker Chan – SM Mall of Asia

Hawker Chan is known for serving the world’s cheapest Michelin-starred meal. The franchise from Singapore was brought here by the Foodee Global Concepts group (of Todd EnglishPoundllaollao and FOO’D by Davide Oldani).

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G/F Entertaiment Mall, SM Mall of Asia Complex, Pasay

Manila

Chuan Kee – Binondo

When talking about Chinese food in Manila, a Binondo food trip isn’t too far off, and that’s where can find Chuan Kee. Chuan Kee is a Chinese cafeteria-style restaurant, owned by the same family that brought us Eng Bee Tin

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650 Ongpin St, Binondo, Manila
(02) 288-8888

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