[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 ofย  their all-you-can-eat promo and because the dim sum are always made fresh. Freshly made dim sum are always the best! Join us and allow yourselves to crave for some good and mouthwatering dim sum. Enjoy! Continue reading…

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[City of Dreams Manila] Chinese Cuisine at Jing Ting

As you all know, Chinese cuisine will always be close to our hearts especially to our tummies. We usually have it during family gatherings, random lunch or dinner cravings, or even for take-outs and home delivery. That’s how accustomed we are to Chinese food. However, we know that Chinese cuisine varies from one province to another. And we are so used to having Cantonese food, and Northern Chinese food is something that we have not explored much yet. Not until we discovered a restaurant that introduced us to Northern Chinese Cuisine. In this edition of EATSplorations we will be sharing about Jing Ting at City of Dreams Manila. Jing Ting means little house or resting place inspired from Chinese Hutongs, which are small areas found in China (specifically in Beijing). Join us and find out our discovery as we EATSperienced Northern Chinese cuisine from Jing Ting at City of Dreams Manila. Enjoy! Continue reading…

Chinese Feast at Paradise Dynasty in The Podium – Mandaluyong City

Paradise Dynasty is NOW OPEN at The Podium in Ortigas Center! Xiao Long Bao and other Chinese favorites is now just a few minutes away from everyone in and around Mandaluyong City. The famed Singaporean creation, Paradise Dynasty, now has their second branch in the Philippines to cater to more and more Xiao Long Bao and dim sum fanatics from all over Metro Manila. After a long day at work, it would be really nice to enjoy a table full of Chinese favorites, right? If you have been craving for top-notch dim sum, spicy Szechuan dishes, freshly-made noodles, refreshing veggie dishes, and other tasty Chinese dishes, join us, as we share our Chinese Feast at Paradise Dynasty in The Podium – Mandaluyong City. Enjoy! Continue reading…

Chinoy Treats by China Mommy

Chinese New Year is just around the corner and it is that time of the year wherein Chinese cuisine, of course, is in demand for gatherings in a restaurant or at home. However, reunions or gatherings at a restaurant may be logistically challenging especially if we are talking about big families. So another option would be to celebrate at home. Celebrating at home may be less of a hassle when it comes to preparing food because of the available food trays that can be ordered. Recently, we discovered a home-based food business that serves up Chinese-Filipino dishes. Perfect for the upcoming Chinese New Year, or just when you are craving for homemade Chinese-Filipino food. In this edition of EATSplorations, find out what we think about these Chinoy treats by China Mommy. Enjoy! Continue reading…

EAT and EXPLORE – Binondo Food Walk 2018

A year ago, we shared our first-ever Binondo Food Walk EATSperience when we ate our way through Manila Chinatown, the oldest Chinatown in the world. It’s been great sharing about something that’s really close to our hearts and tummies, Chinese culture and of course, FOOD. That’s why we, together with some of our foodie friends, decided to head on over to Binondo once again so we can share more about it. This time, our route was a little different. We also decided to visit new restaurants so we can really share more of what other amazing things Binondo has to offer. In this edition of EATSplorations, EAT and EXPLORE – Binondo Food Walk 2018, we ate our way through the streets of Quintin Paredes, Dasmarinas, Tomas Pinpin, Ongpin, and Carvajal. We hope you are ready because we will be sharing a lot about 5 must-visit eateries and a few other places for snacks and pasalubong. Ready to EAT and EXPLORE Binondo? Let’s go! Continue reading…