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Seng Di Feature: 4 Chinese Restaurants You Shouldn’t Miss Out On

Providing another chance for micro, small, and medium-sized enterprises (MSMEs) to shine, CHiNOY TV teams up with Fil-Chi Ho Tsia Ho Dim to present the Seng Di Feature series, a project that puts the spotlight on local businesses, chefs, food photographers, and food videographers.

For today’s Seng Di feature, we’re going back to our roots. Check out these four restaurants for some amazing Chinese eats:


1. Laobeijing 老北京

Facebook: @laobeijing
Instagram: @laobeijingph
Contact No: 09175143510

Known to be a crowd favorite among Chinese food lovers, Laobeijing is a restaurant that serves authentic Beijing food, including classics such as handmade dumplings, homemade noodles, and the ever-popular xiao long bao. Offering traditional dishes from the city of emperors, this culinary establishment is definitely the place to visit for those wanting to try out the flavors of the national capital. 

WHAT TO TRY: Nothing screams authenticity more than Laobeijing’s signature dishes! Make sure to have a taste of the restaurant’s best-selling Xiao long bao (8 pcs – P208) and Kutchay Dumplings (12 pcs – P178). 

An assortment of Beijing dishes by Laobeijing.

Laobeijing is currently available for dine-in, take-out, and delivery. Orders are also accepted online via its website


2. Suzhou Dimsum 

Facebook: @SuzhouDimsumPh
Instagram: @suzhoudimsumph
Contact No: 0287216105

With more than fifteen years of experience in the culinary industry, Suzhou Dimsum offers tried-and-tested dishes that bring out the bright flavors of Chinese cuisine. The restaurant proudly provides diners with a wide selection of familiar favorites, maintaining a warmly authentic experience for all to enjoy. 

WHAT TO TRY: In some cases, bigger is truly better. After all, Suzhou Dimsum specializes in Taipao (P190), the deliciously upsized version of a normal siopao! Those opting for more typical sizes may also order the Big Pao (P130) and Regular Siopao (4 pcs – P120). All variants are available in gift boxes this holiday season: Regular – 15 pcs (P499), Big Pao – 6 pcs (P849), and Taipao – 4 pcs (P849). 

Taipao and siopao by Suzhou Dimsum.

Suzhou Dimsum is currently available for dine-in, take-out, and delivery. Orders are also accepted online via its social media accounts.


3. The Dimsum Place

Facebook: @TheDimsumPlace
Instagram: @thedimsumplacephilippines
Contact No: 09190696121

Established in 2015, The Dimsum Place is the brainchild of an expat dim sum chef who wanted to show that there is so much more to dim sum than everyone’s typical (but delicious!) orders of siomai and siopao. Introducing a wide variety of congee, noodles, pastries, and more, The Dimsum Place offers customers a full dining experience, allowing them to completely immerse themselves in the culinary delights of Cantonese cuisine.

WHAT TO TRY: You can’t miss out on best-selling plates that include The Dimsum Place’s Pork & Shrimp Siomai (P130), Crispy Radish Cake (P130), Xiao Long Bao (P120), and Hacao (P160). For those who are more adventurous, they are also welcome to try Baked Pork Barbecue Buns (P120), as well as desserts like tangyuan, which is a sweet glutinous rice dumpling. Tangyuan is available in two flavors: Black Sesame (P100) and Peanut (P100).

Baked Barbeque Pork Buns by The Dimsum Place.

The Dimsum Place is currently available for dine-in, take-out, and delivery. Orders are also accepted online via its social media accounts, as well as delivery platforms Foodpanda and LalaFood.


4. Fook Yuen Food Center

Facebook: @FookYuenFoodCenter
Instagram: @fookyuenfoodcenter
Contact No: 09171839922

Fook Yuen Food Center, having been established in 1988, boasts of a history that has lasted more than 32 years. As one of the pioneer restaurants in Banawe, it has long proven itself to be the go-to place for Filipino-Chinese food, offering an expansive menu of crabs, oyster cakes, and other seafood delicacies that local diners just can’t get enough of!

WHAT TO TRY: Fook Yuen Food Center is best known for its mouthwatering crabs! Prices vary according to weight. Other popular dishes to watch out for include the Oyster Omelette (P320), Pata Tim (P600), and Salt and Pepper Squid (P380). 

Salt and Pepper Crab by Fook Yuen Food Center.

Fook Yuen Food Center is currently available for take-out and delivery. Orders are accepted online via its social media accounts and order form


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