Eat Fresh Famous Hong Kong Street Food

100-A Maria Clara St., Quezon City, Metro Manila

Eat Fresh Famous Hong Kong Street Food
4.1
4.0 Stars

100 Reviewers

  • 5 stars 29
  • 4 stars 54
  • 3 stars 13
  • 2 stars 3
  • 1 star 1
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Category:
Chinese
Business Hours
Reopens: 9:00a - 12:00a
Phone
+6325168022

Hours

  • Sunday
    • Closed
  • Monday
    • 9:00a - 12:00a
  • Tuesday
    • 9:00a - 12:00a
  • Wednesday
    • 9:00a - 12:00a
  • Thursday
    • 9:00a - 12:00a
  • Friday
    • 9:00a - 12:00a
  • Saturday
    • 9:00a - 12:00a

Payment Options

Cash

Most Recent Reviews

Triggerhappyfoodie C.
4.0 Stars
8

We were cruising along Banawe and either there were no parking spaces or we didn't feel like eating in the places that had parking. Good thing we remembered this Eat Fresh branch nearby.

We were first on the waiting list and were guided to the back room within minutes. We didn't notice that there was another room on a previous visit with even more tables and people than that could be seen from the street.

We ordered our old time favorites of mostly fried food on sticks - Snow Shrimp and Crab Fingers. The Special Squidballs were OK. Hubby couldn't resist getting Pig Ears. Skip the Fish Dumbells. We forgot to request for Curry Sauce but I was happy with the Sweet Chili Sauce. My new fave thing on sticks is the Bacon Shrimps. The Bacon was crunchy and the whole thing was placed on a bed of Teriyaki Sauce that I had with the Special Fried Rice.

The Fried Noodles were good but I added some soy sauce to the noodle and bean sprout dish. The Pancake Balls were yummy with the diluted Peanut Sauce. We'll request for a toasted version next time and for it to be served after the main dishes. We also shared that 1 Liter Black Gulaman which I always order.

Food was served quickly even though the place was packed. They forgot to bring us the sauce dish we requested but aside from that things were smooth sailing.

Our tummies and tastebuds were satisfied and am sure we'll be back for that Bacon Shrimp and the other fried stuff on sticks.

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Alexandra N.
5.0 Stars
2

Curry beef tendon and plain milk tea 128523

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Ria L.
3.0 Stars

if u want to get a feel of Hongkong in Manila, this is the place to be. The resto offers variety of hongkong street food on a cheap price. The place was small though and looks similar to a typical chinese eatery in binondo. So if you are looking for a chinese street food in banawe this is a must try.. i would give it 3 stars.

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Hannah V.
4.0 Stars
4

If you love hong kong street food, you can go here for affordable and delicious food. 128521
It was my first time to try their seafood laksa and it was so good. Yakitori was yummy smothered in sweet sauce while their takoyaki was just oridnary nothing special on it.
Service was nice the servers were attentive enough.

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Kristina E.
4.0 Stars

I ordered their Laksa and it was also good considering it's already good for sharing among 2-3 people. It was spicy and they're generous on the ingredients.

The ambiance is like a not well-maintained Chinese restaurant: monobloc tables and chairs and not so cool air conditioning. But if you're more into the food, then it won't matter anymore.

Parking is limited for around 2-3 cars on the front. I had to park across and pay 40php, considering MMDA is on a towing spree already.

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Johansen J.
4.0 Stars

Love their nai cha and fishball in curry sauce! Their streetfoods are the best for me. Service was good and place was clean. Staff kinda frowning or its just their default faces. All in all my experience was good. Definitely our go-to place for pica pica and short orders yumyum!

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Jen L.
3.0 Stars
2

The milk tea (wala pic) is blah...

The clay pot rice is blah...

D ko sila both naubos, ang naubos ko lang is yung egg waffle nya na kalasa talaga sa hk street food...

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Jasper T.
4.0 Stars

Beef Curry Tendon Clay pot rice was good, but it could have been better if they've smothered it with Curry. The Yakitori was ok as well.

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Nica O.
4.0 Stars

I liked it.

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Genevive D.
4.0 Stars

Very fast service. Value for your money. Good food

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Dada M.
4.0 Stars

Yummmmmmmy and affordable! 1 hot pot, 6 viands, 2 yangchow and 2liters of melon shake! Definitely will go back! #sarap

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Jenn N.
4.0 Stars

As much as I want to take K on a food trip in Banawe, I couldn’t because he lives so far away. So when our plans of going to Pinto Art Museum were rescheduled because of the heavy traffic, he accompanied me to fetch my aunt from the hospital instead. It was good timing because my aunt lives near Banawe! We did have less than 45 minutes to eat dinner though because we had to go back to Makati for a show.

I made him try my favorites from Eat Fresh: laksa, salt and pepper tofu, and Hong Kong style noodles. He also ordered a strawberry banana shake for us to share, but he never took a sip. 128529

He loved everything I ordered (as usual, wala naman siyang choice hahaha!) and was really happy with the laksa. Anything spicy = instant happiness for him. I’m sure that if he only lived in Manila, we would be frequent customers here. Hahaha!

Total bill: P525! Definitely one of our cheapest dinners to date!

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Chinkee R.
4.0 Stars

Love love love their Laksa and their Yakitori sticks. I also like their pancake balls :)

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Howard T.
3.0 Stars

Delicious comfort food that's simple and easy to please. Best here are the rice pots and skewered balls. Make sure to request for curry sauce to go with your balls or they have other sauces for dipping. Only downside is dirty place, noisy ambience, and the OILY SMELL STICKING TO YOUR CLOTHES. That's the reason we rarely frequent here anymore. You get what you pay for.

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Jestha D.
5.0 Stars

No wonder this place is always packed. Several times I've been here and all that I get to eat were really amazing. I love their yakitori and laksa most especially. For me this has to be one of the best places to eat in Banawe area

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Theodore A.
5.0 Stars

With big tubs of oil, Eat Fresh serves up some of the best street foods in the metro fast and fresh as you order them. Not to mention their uber refreshingly black and white gulaman, this hole in the wall Chinese resto beside a car wash in Banawe satisfies your cravings, fills you up, and doesn't take much from your wallet (see: cheap but adventure dates!) Try their claypot dishes, and of course, their HK noodles. 128076🏼 #instagramworthy

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Jasper T.
4.0 Stars

I love their skewered treats and the Hong Kong style noodles.

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Jennifer Mikka M.
5.0 Stars

Second time to visit! Arrived at around 10am kaya kami palang yung tao :) Ordered the seafood laksa, yakitori, isaw and hongkong fried noodles! :) lahat masarap :) haha! Comfort food levels na to :) will try the claypot keme next time :)

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Kaye B.
4.0 Stars

Love their stir fried noodles! Peanut sauce for the win :) I just don't like the ambiance at the back area because it looks too crowded and untidy.

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Jennifer Mikka M.
4.0 Stars

Sarap ng seafood laksa. Medyo spicy and creamy yung broth. Sabi ng waitress good for 2-3 persons pero feeling ko kayang ubusin ng isang taong gutom ;) hehe! Nasa 230php isang order. Sarap din yung isaw, walang pait factor hehehe! Mabait naman yung staff nung andun kami. Mabilis yung order and mabilis din mapuno yung place, buti 11am palang nag lunch na kami :)

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