Delicious Chinese Food and Sweets at the Modern Tao Ke Food Fair at Greenbelt


Ring in the Chinese New Year with good food! Globe myBusiness, in partnership with Ayala Malls, CHiNOY TV, and FilChi Ho Tsia Ho Dim, brings you the Modern Tao Ke Food Fair from Feb 8-14, 2021 at Greenbelt. As each Ayala Mall ushers in a different Chinatown Village, you can now enjoy the experience of a Chinatown food crawl in the convenience and safety of the mall.

Here are some delicious food you can enjoy at the Modern Tao Ke Food Fair at Greenbelt:

1. Cakeaholic by Joanne

When it comes to sweet treats, some Chinoys find desserts too sweet. If you’re one of them, Cakeaholic by Joanne just might be for you. She makes sure her cakes are just sweet enough so you can eat the whole slice without getting a toothache. She’ll also be offering a special Chinese New Year themed cupcake box at the fair so you don’t want to miss that.


2. Oh My Chicken!

Do you miss Taiwanese street food? From chicken steak to milk tea, relive your last trip to Taiwan at Oh My Chicken!


3. House of Sansrival PH

They need no introduction. The House of Sansrival has been catering to our sansrival cravings since 2000, and they’re at the food fair to make sure you get your sweet tooth fix.


4. Salazar Bakery

Salazar Bakery is a Binondo must-visit, especially back when people were free to do food crawls. And now is your chance to have them once again! This bakery has provided the Chinoy community with Chinese New Year goodies for decades, and this year will certainly be no different.


5. Lam County

If you’ve ever had a xiao long bao and wish it was bigger, Lam County is the answer. They’ve got xiao long bao siopao, your favorite soup dumpling, but mega-sized.


6. Tikoy Village

You can never have enough tikoy during Chinese New Year. You can stock up at Tikoy Village so that the next non-Chinoy friend that says, “Pahingi tikoy,” gets a box.


7. Gogo Dimsum

Who wouldn’t want a showcase of cooked and frozen dimsum based on Cantonese recipes? Gogo Dimsum makes sure you can enjoy quality dimsum at their stall and at home.


8. Original Chicken Fandian

Be sure not to overlook this relatively young restaurant. They’ll be serving fried chicken, kikiam, siomai, taipao, and kiampong at affordable prices.


9. Siomai ni Yeye & Odd Liv Home + Lifestyle

Siomai and siopao are the stars of Siomai ni Yeye, and the unique Cantonese flavors they add to them are a delightful spin on the delicacies we know and love.


For more ways to celebrate Chinese New Year, check out our list of fun activities here.

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