[AG New World Manila Bay] Dim Sum Lunch at Li Li


Hakaw, siomai, taro puff and bean curd roll, just to name a few of our dim sum staples. May it be with our family, friends, or just us, during random eat outs or special occasions, having dim sum is always an option. That’s how much we love and enjoy it. Did we mention special occasions? Last month was Mr. Eats’ birthday, and without a doubt, we chose to have a dim sum celebration at one of our favorite Chinese restaurant in Manila. In this edition of EATSplorations, we will be sharing about Li Li at AG New World Manila Bay. Li Li is always one of our options whenever we want to satisfy our dim sum craving. Why? Simply because of their all-you-can-eat promo and because the dim sum is always made fresh. Freshly made dim sum is always the best! Join us and allow yourselves to crave for some good and mouthwatering dim sum. Enjoy!

Li Li in AG New World Manila Bay!


AG New World Manila Bay Hotel is located at Pedro Gil St. in Ermita, Manila. It is relatively near Robinsons Place Mall and Roxas Boulevard. And Li Li, their in-house Chinese restaurant is located at the 5th floor. 



Whenever we dine at Li Li, the reception area always welcomes us with that calming vibe. And the inside of the restaurant boasts off elegance. Wooden flooring, hues of red and brown, from the interior, to the furniture, everything is nothing but classy.



Li Li serves Cantonese dishes that will surely give diners the finest quality of ingredients. What’s more interesting about Li Li is that they have a wine cellar and a tea bar that can surely cater to one’s preference. And not forgetting why we love Li Li so much, it is because of their all-you-can-eat dim sum promotion. Priced at Php 1,088 nett per person, you can choose from an extensive selection of dim sum from appetizers, steamed, deep fried, desserts and some dishes from the wok station. Is is worth it? A big YES! Keep on reading to find out why.

Li Li’s Dim Sum All-You-Can Lunch!

Soup of the Day
(fish broth with tofu and cilantro)

Started our Li Li’s EATSperience with this light and flavorful fish soup. We enjoyed it warm and comforting taste so much! The perfect way to warm our tummies up before attacking Li Li’s dim sum.

Honey Glazed BBQ Pork

Juicy, sweet, and savory! We don’t know about you guys but this is one of the best bbq pork in town. Just look at that glaze and how tasty it looks. We never fail to have this whenever we dine at Li Li because it’s sooooo good!

Roasted Pork Belly

Just the right fat and meat ratio with amazingly crispy skin! We almost ordered another serving of this because it was really delicious. If you love roasted pork belly, you will surely enjoy having this one!

Steamed Rabbit Bun with Black Truffle and Mushroom

Fluffy and moist “rabbit” bun loaded with fragrant black truffle and mushroom! Baby Eats didn’t recognize it at first but when she took a closer look she found it too cute to eat, hehe! That’s why it was us who ate this cute dim sum and it was such a delight to have. Well done, Li Li!

Har Gao or Hakaw

We always order these plump and juicy shrimp dumplings. It’s definitely one of our all-time favorite dim sum items ever! With it being prepared a la carte, the wrapper is still in pretty good shape and not soggy at all which is very good. Good stuff!

Steamed Fresh Scallop Dumpling with Asparagus

Generous amount of silky and smooth scallops in every bite, with that much-needed crunch from the aspagarus. Just like the hakaw, the wrapper was really fresh and it kept the filling really intact.

Steamed Bean Curd Roll with Beef and Egg White Sauce

We had a different style of steamed bean curd roll. Li Li’s version has beef and egg white sauce. Which we found interesting as it was different from what we were used to. The egg white sauce gave a thick texture to the slices of bean curd. Don’t worry, it’s very good, too!

Deep Fried Shrimp Chinese Toast

Perfectly deep fried shrimp Chinese toast. Not greasy and oily at all and we were able to have that crisp and juicy texture in every bite.

Deep Fried Taro Dumpling with Seafood

This dim sum is a MUST whenever we would have a dim sum feast. It is a big favorite of our food-loving family, yes, including Baby Eats! The taro and seafood dumpling gave so much flavor that we didn’t need a dipping sauce. We had 2 servings of this awesome dim sum. Because for us, one serving will never be enough. Haha! 

Baked Pastry Puff with BBQ Pork

One of the best if not the best in town! Ever since we have tried it the first time, the quality hasn’t changed. This Puff Pastry BBQ Pork is still the star of Li Li’s dim sum menu. How about that for consistency!

Crispy Wonton Cantonese Style

Another deep fried dim sum that didn’t make our lips shine (if you know what we mean). Filled with meat, this crispy wonton was perfect for us to snack on while we waited for the other dim sum dishes. 

Deep Fried Dumpling with Pork and Chicken

Deep fried dumpling with pork and chicken, or commonly known as Ham Sui Kok, is another big favorite from Li Li. Imagine glutinous rice filled with meat then deep fried. There’s chewy, juicy and crispy written all over every piece.

Pan Fried Radish Cake

Huge blocks of crispy pan-fried radish cake that still remained soft and fluffy on the inside. Eaten best with some hoisin sauce for that added sweet and salty taste.

Sweet and Sour Pork

Aside from all the dim sum choices, Li Li also has some tasty mains from the wok station in its all-you-can-eat menu. Our all-time favorite is the Sweet and Sour Pork! Who doesn’t love crispy and juicy pork smothered with the perfect balance of sweet and sour flavors, right?! Gotta have this every single time at Li Li!

Fried rice Yeung Chow Style

To go along with all the savory pork dishes that we ordered and to satisfy Baby Eats’ craving, we also got this super fragrant and tasty fried rice. We would never skip rice whenever we have Chinese food. It’s really a must every single time!

Mango Pudding
(not included in the all-you-can-eat)

Li Li’s dim sum all-you-can-eat dessert menu has 3 choices. Since we have tried 2 out of the 3, we decided to order something that is not on the menu yet one of their best-selling desserts. An unconventional mango pudding dessert. The mango pudding was superb! We really tasted the naturally sweet flavor of the mango and we loved that this dessert goes with 2 different sauces. Mango sauce and cream sauce. If you want to add some to your pudding, please do, as it will give you a lip-smackin’ EATSperience!


Priced at Php 1,088 nett per person, from MondaySaturday, Li Li’s all-you-can-eat dim sum is available during lunchtime only. Good enough to stuff diners for the whole day. With the quality, choices, and price, we find this promotion really worth every peso. As early as now we are looking forward to the next birthday celebration in our family so that we get to have another dim sum feast at our favorite dim sum place in the Metro. If you are into dim sum like us, check out Li Li in AG New World Manila Bay and make it a part of your dining EATSperience. That’s it for this edition of EATSplorations, ’till next time!

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Li Li – AG New World Manila Bay

1588 Pedro Gil cor. M.H. Del Pilar Manila, Philippines, 1004

+632 252 6888

All-You-Can-Eat Dim Sum is available from 12:00pm to 2:30pm everyday

*Php 1,088 nett per person*

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