BEE TIN ka ba sa mga delivery options?
We all now and enjoy Eng Bee Tin’s sweet treats not only during Chinese New Year but all year round! And as of a few days ago, not even these trying times can stop us from enjoying their sweet and savory offerings because you can finally get their products delivered right to your doorstep.
Some of the products you can have delivered are frozen dimsum, different kinds of bread, pandesal, hopia filled with different flavors, ready-to-cook dishes, and tikoy.
Are you planning to have dumplings and more Chinese dishes the moment this quarantine is over but you’re conflicted about where to go? Check out our list of the best Chinese restaurants in Metro Manila you should head on to!
The Best Chinese Restaurants in Metro Manila!
We can never get enough 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).
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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.
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.
Templo – Dapitan Street
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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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!
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.
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.
Get up to ₱300 off your bill!
Choi Garden – Uptown Parade
One of the most popular restaurants in Manila when it comes to Chinese food, Choi Garden impresses when it comes to their fast service as well as their authentic Chinese dishes ranging from roasted duck to 3-way Lapu Lapu.
Mandarin Sky Express – Market! Market!
A restaurant serving up all things Chinese – from congee to dumplings – at Mandarin Sky Express, you can get your fill of Chinese food and seafood that’ll make you want to pick up your chopsticks and never put them down.
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!
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.
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.
Get up to ₱500 off your bill all day!
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.
No reservations accepted
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G8, Cityland Makati Executive Tower 3, Senator Gil Puyat Ave, Pio del Pilar, Makati
(02) 8425-5700 | (0915) 374-1974
LuFong – Pioneer Street
Experience cooking rich with flavor and history! Located in Mandaluyong, LuFong Cantonese Kitchen offers dishes from pansit to chorizo and everything in between for a flavorful experience of Chinese cuisine.
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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.
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.
No reservations accepted
265 Haig St, Daang Bakal, Mandaluyong
Man Ho – Marriot Hotel
Enjoy a taste of authentic Chinese cuisine at Man Ho, the Marriott Hotel’s signature Cantonese restaurant. Bite into a refined and modern dining experience bursting with incredible flavors, specialized dishes, and a tradition of culinary excellence!
They also have function rooms for meetings and events!
Insider tip: With the Booky app, you can get ₱500 off your bill!
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.
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 English, Pound, llaollao and FOO’D by Davide Oldani).
Serving up traditional and modern Chinese cuisine, Golden Bay Fresh Seafood Restaurant offers up an unparalleled dining experience perfect for big groups and families. Whether you’re looking for ala carte dishes – Sizzling Squid Tentacles, Abalone Seafood Tart, Sauteed Chicken with Vegetables- set menus, or a variety of dim sum, this restaurant has exactly what you’re looking for.
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.
The Original Sa Lido Restaurant – Ongpin
One of the most classic and timeless Chinese restaurants in Binondo, Sa Lido is situated on the second floor of an old building in Ongpin.
This list too short for your liking? Check out: Your Guide to the Best Chinese Restaurants in Binondo
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