I don't really do very much of food blogging but it's quite a refresher from what I usually do. I've been meaning to do this for quite a long time ever since I tried this food chain along the streets of Chino Roces Avenue in Makati. I just love them and I'm always going back for their Lechon Macau which happen to be their bestseller too!
Celine, a friend and a co-worker, was the one who introduced me to Hongkong Noodles and Dimsum House. She said that their food were nice and affordable and that they are open 24 hours. I considered her suggestions and from then on, it became a place where we chill out and tell stories over a plate of Lechon Macau and Yangchow Fried Rice. In times when I'm alone and would want to destress by eating food, it has been a go-to for me.
Just recently, Adrian went home from Spain and I had to bring him to this place. As usual, I ordered my favorite Lechon Macau and he got some squid menu which we forgot the name of (so I did a bit of a research and find out it was Salt and Pepper Squid.) Lechon Macau (around P130) is mainly oven-baked pork belly and Salt and Pepper Squid (around P130) are deep fried squid fillets breaded in salt-pepper batter and both are served with delicious Yangchow Rice.
They do have rice toppings, noodle menus, desserts and another favorite of mine is their Century Egg! I can't really fathom why but there's something about their food that makes me wanna go back to--they are just so tasty and delicious, not to mention, affordable! Their staff are all warm and welcoming too.
Hongkong Noodles and Dimsum House is located at 2113 Chino Roces Ave., Makati. Currently, there are additional 4 branches located in Pasig, Meycauayan, Manila and Quezon City.
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