David's Tea House

G/F A. Venue, Makati Ave., Poblacion, Makati, Metro Manila

David's Tea House
4.1
4.0 Stars

24 Reviewers

  • 5 stars 12
  • 4 stars 7
  • 3 stars 3
  • 2 stars 0
  • 1 star 2
  • 26 Reviews
  • 25 Recommend
  • 24 Reviewers
Category:
Chinese

Payment Options

Cash

Price Range

₱65 - ₱425

Most Recent Reviews

Jen L.
5.0 Stars

When you are craving for some Chinese food 100841008410084

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Rencel D.
5.0 Stars

Quick chinese fix to destress 127836 forever in love with beef brisket he he

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Angela Marie C.
5.0 Stars

On this photo was our humble Noche Buena last Christmas eve. We opted to just get take out because we stayed in Best Western Suites for a staycation that night. Ordering from David's Tea House was the best decision I made for that night. Everything we had was absolutely delicious! And it was such a relief that the place was open even after we attended the evening Christmas mass. So Yey! Good job, David's Tea Hpuse!

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Kirstie Mel V.
4.0 Stars

Food was served well and okay. We had lauriat. I like siomai and I loved their siomai, I was so surprised with the 'shrimp surprise.' Their Yang Chow fried rice is also good, we thought the rice that comes with the lauriat is not enough, so we ordered another plate, but the one with the set was more than enough for me. Their fillet (fish/pork) is well cooked.

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Jill B.
4.0 Stars

Liked it here coz food is delicious but the serving time is too long...

Loved their soup. The green one. I dont know what they call it hahahaha. Also, love their tofu. 128525128525128525

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Ayesha I.
5.0 Stars

I didn't know that David's Tea House offers sumptuous shabu shabu choices on some of their branches until today.

We ordered a set meal for 2-3 persons for 750-ish pesos! Not bad! We were given a checklist so we could choose which of which do we want on our boiling pot. Beef will always be a must for us. I love everything served on the plate especially the balls!

The place was spacious and big. Shabu-shabu tables were separated neatly on the normal tables. We were entertained and accommodated with kindness by the staff.

We didn't finish all the things on our table, I'm glad that I could have the leftover soup and veggies for take home. 128516

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Maureen S.
4.0 Stars

After a long day at work, Rochelle C and I had late night snacks here 128512 we ordered their fried spareribs with salt&pepper, pork&century egg congee, four seasons shake and soy milk.

The spareribs was such a winner! 128538 it's well marinated and not overly spicy. The congee had the right consistency and was tasty too 128516 only the four seasons shake wasn't so great...

Btw, the service was nice too! Though, I don't think the overall dining experience is worth 5 stars.

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Rencel D.
4.0 Stars

Searching for a Chinese resto that offers dumplings cos I'm really, really craving for Hacao

Grabbed a friend to accompany me. Their version of Hacao is superrrr nomnom!! 4pcs for 105php. The interiors of David's Tea House is very classic, from the tables to chairs to ceilings to staffs. The only problem is that one girl who entertained us but fail to entertain us. If you know what I mean.

But my hacao naman ang pinunta ko dun so, balasyasabuhaynya =)) Btw, ate my hakaw in the faculty room while I'm checking test papers. One teacher got a piece and said he would buy some. Arrrgh sarap talaga 128523

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Loren L P.
3.0 Stars

We had a quick meal here after a 2 hour session at the spa. The asado congee was good, I also got their chicken feet which wasn't bad. Husband liked his Siopao as well but the service was slow. There only few diners but most servers were inside the kitchen or below the kitchen counter chit chatting so it took us forever getting chopsticks, asking for water & getting our check.

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Kaye O.
5.0 Stars

One of my fave chinese resto. We went here for a late night snack. We were planning to dine at Wee Nam Kee Serendra but they're already closed when we got hungry.

My date settled for a chicken noodle soup bec he's suffering from gastro something. I loved their pork and shrimp siomai- meaty, flavorful, and the shrimp added flavor. I can eat these without dipping sauce. The hakaw is also a must try! The fried spring rolls, so-so.

Great ambience and service. My favorite branch.

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Sugar D.
5.0 Stars

I loved it.

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Jessica L.
1.0 Stars

Service sucked! Waited too long for the food.

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Jo H.
5.0 Stars

One of my favorite restaurants! i sooo love their food! 128513128525128540

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Ninna V.
4.0 Stars

David's Tea House is a good place to go to when you're craving for Chinese food because of the quality of food and the affordable price.

We had lemon chicken, fried wanton, shrimp siomai, and hakao. Everything was good! We just paid P800.00+ for everything we ordered.

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Irene I.
4.0 Stars

Photo doesn't justify how good these shrimp dumplings are. Even if we got food to-go from Hap Chan, we still got our shrimp siomai here. Succulent as ever with chunks of shrimps you bite into, adding texture while you chew it. Still at my top three best shrimp dumplings, you've got to tru it to believe it. My son, who is not very fond of eating, can finish 2 orders (4pcs) of David's Teahouse dumplings, he even saved some to bring for his lunchtime packed lunch.

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Ivy T.
4.0 Stars

one of my favorite places for shabushabu and pancit canton

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Irene I.
4.0 Stars

Per my father's request, we called for pick-up. We ordered one of the best dumplings. The ones from this branch is juicy inside but has kind'a dry wanton wrappers (parang pangat!-long init na 128544), never had this issue with their Greenbelt branch. Tried their taro puff for the first time, it is filling because of the taro, the stuffing is lacking and it is very crumbly. Their asado pork buns are consistently good. The pao bread is fluffy, not sodden. Their buchi tastes fresh, chewy outside with more than enough mung bean paste inside. Their pancit canton is also good if you want 'em dry. We're too full and sleepy 128565

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Larah L.
5.0 Stars

Our go-to place for late night chinese. Shabu shabu is quite good also. Yummy soup and they have tofu skin. Not as expensive also as that tasteless ganso shabu shabu place in rockwell.

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Motorman W.
3.0 Stars

The one at Greenbelt 1 feels better than this branch at A-venue, partly because it's actually open (the a-venue branch is closed as of May 13) due to fire.

When it gets back up and running, I expect the food will be back to pretty decent and good value for money, the location is also good for locals and red-light wanderers, plus the service always seems to me to be ok. Greenbelt 1 always feels more efficient though and has more tables for smaller groups. I like the window side booths though.

If you arrive hot, choose a location that actually gets Aircon- some spots don't.

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Jessica T.
5.0 Stars

Sizzling beef tenderloin is definitely one of their best dishes!

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