List of Binondo Restaurants
Sure, Filipino food is probably the best for me, but sometimes even a proud Filipino like me wants to get a little bit of the Chinoy out. That’s when I leave the adobo behind and head for some food in what I like to call the Chinese food heaven.
Sometimes you just have to go to a certain place to satisfy your hunger. When I’m in the mood for it, there is no place that I can go to that will make me feel alright except for Binondo. Whether you are Chinese or not, no one can argue that if you want Dim Sum than the best place to go is to Ying Ying in Binondo.
However, if you don’t want to have Dim Sum and you would prefer to dig your teeth into some delicate and delicious dumplings, where should you go? Look no further than Dong Bei Dumplings and you will find them waiting for you with the yummy center you crave inside.
If you are like me, you know how to appreciate some incredible beef noodles. Whether you use sticks or a fork, you don’t want inferior noodles to make their way to your stomach so you know where you have to go to. Ang Tunay Beef House of course. Where is it? Where else? Binondo.
Sincerity Restaurant offers you more than just the truth about their menu. In addition, I can tell you with the utmost sincerity that for Oyster Cakes and Fried Chicken there is nowhere else I will go. Sure, I like to try new restaurants, but when you find perfection, my motto is don’t mess with it.
Beef noodles have been covered but what if you like to diversify your noodle intake with some chicken now and then? Don’t worry, you can still stay in Binondo and just head to MaSuki Mami Restaurant for Chicken and Beef Noodles. It’s not recommended that you eat them with a straw though, that’s just rude. Feel free to suck them up though.
It’s not seasonal, whether it be summer, winter, spring or fall, I like to head to New Po-Heng for Fresh Vegetable Spring Rolls any time of the year. With the perfect amount of crunch and a flavor that no one else seems to be able to capture, these spring rolls are the best of the best of the best. Four gold stars and cherry on top.
Shanghai Fried Siopao for fried siopao. Of course. You already knew this one, right? If not, you really need to get some new friends, because if they haven’t been telling you that the siopao is the best at Shanghai Fried Siopao than they have been lying to you and trying to keep it to themselves. I mean it. I saw your friends there last weekend. I’m sure of it. LOL
And a final recommendation from me is that you head to Wai Ying for the roasted duck Congee. Short of going to Shanghai, you won’t find anything else like this in all of the Philippines.
Seriously, if you want the best Chinese food, just go to Binondo Restaurants and trust my recommendations. You won’t be disappointed.