Eat Well! Delicious Kitchen

1/F Net Quad Bldg., 30th St. cor. 4th Ave., Bonifacio Global City, Taguig, Metro Manila

Eat Well! Delicious Kitchen
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29 Reviewers

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  • 4 stars 11
  • 3 stars 9
  • 2 stars 0
  • 1 star 0
  • 29 Reviews
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Category:
Chinese
Business Hours
Reopens: 11:00a - 10:00p
Phone
+6328569408

Hours

  • Sunday
    • 11:00a - 10:00p
  • Monday
    • 11:00a - 10:00p
  • Tuesday
    • 11:00a - 10:00p
  • Wednesday
    • 11:00a - 10:00p
  • Thursday
    • 11:00a - 10:00p
  • Friday
    • 11:00a - 10:00p
  • Saturday
    • 11:00a - 10:00p

Payment Options

Cash, MasterCard, Visa

Price Range

₱195 - ₱315

Most Recent Reviews

Dann F.
4.0 Stars

I liked it.

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Bettina V.
4.0 Stars

It's been almost 3 years since the last time I ate here. I remember their lechon macau. Super yummy! Probably one of the best I've tasted.

Another dish I love here is their tofu with mushroom and asparagus. That's what i got because I wanted something light and vegetarian for dinner. Naks diet! 128513

It's still as yummy as I remembered it to be. Soft, tasty, tasty, tasty. Okay, because it was so good I wondered how much msg they used. Haha! Still, I finished the entire dish. A must order! 9995

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Haidee C.
3.0 Stars

Tausi Spareribs Rice on hot pot was ok but the house tea was nice! Listening to Chinese music while eating was an add on

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Mae A.
5.0 Stars

Their Sweet & Sour Fish Fillet gets 127775127775127775127775127775 for me. It's that good! And for P245, it really is worth it as you can share it with your companions. Will definitely go back here for some good Chinese food! 128523

Check out my complete dining experience here ➡️ http://thehungryemployee.wordpress.com/2014/07/24/eating-well-at-eat-well/

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Gen M.
4.0 Stars

The name says it all! We did eat well 128525

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Pol M.
5.0 Stars

Eat Well never fails to impress me with food and service. As always, we ordered our all time favorite Eat Well Crispy Chicken and Crispy Pork + Yang Chow Rice. Added Hakao to sum up our main course. Their Minty Iced tea tastes like iced jasmine tea with honey (my guess) and capping off with my fave mango sango for dessert.

Best part, they served our food less than five mins after order..impressive for a chinese resto! This isnt my first time with Eat Well since Ive been an avid fan since they opened in Net Quad back in 2008. I love the fact they're open today (Maundy Thursday). Just perfect comfort food in a lazy late afternoon in the metro.

PS. I was only able to take a photo of mango sango as i was too busy enjoying the food.haha

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Redge G.
4.0 Stars

A place I keep coming back for delicious chinese food 128077 The Lechon macau is good but be sure to drink lots of tea after to neutralize the oil cholesterol haha 128522 It's just hard to find parking in the place during lunch though.

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Uael C.
5.0 Stars

Chinese! This place's got the best cold cuts serving. Jelly Fish, Century Egg, Fried Pork belly, and Asado strips means happiness at lunch. The flavours, when mixed together lingers like a love song in Cantonese. I don't know how that appeals to you but i'm sure you'd get it when you try lunching here. Service is good as well. Make sure to be here a little bit early to get the best seat in the house, near the glass wall, to get a little sunlight to keep the food warm. This place is all sunny, and its price is a bargain :)

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Dion B.
5.0 Stars

I always ask my officemates to have our dinner here. Just love the food here and i always wanted to come back!

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Reiz T.
3.0 Stars

Adan has been meaning to get me to try out this place for a while now, he said the food is good and reasonably priced. Also, he was proud that he was able to eat here with the president's sister...sort of (she was eating with her party, and Adan was with his kawaii barkada) 128528

Anyway, on to the food. We got the xiao long bao and hakaw for appetizers and Eat Well chicken and yang chow fried rice for the main.

I very much liked the hakaw since it was packed with steamed shrimp with a little bit of ginger. Although, i didn't like that the rice wrapper came off when you try to dip it in soy sauce...maybe it was not sealed enough? The xiao long bao was pretty tasty as well, the soup inside the dumpling was flavorful and that added ginger in the sauce complimented the meat ball inside 128077128522

Our main was ok, nothing spectacular. The chicken was a little bit dry and the fried rice was just like any other yang chow out there.

Over all, the food was ok. I would come back for more of the dumplings, though 9786

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Pia J.
5.0 Stars

My favorite go-to Chinese restaurant in Fort. The hole-in-the-wall, blink-and-you-might-miss-it ambiance gives off this otherworldly effect. I feel happy when I'm there.

The food is superb. I love their deep fried spareribs with spicy salt, siomai and yang chow. I can't stop gushing about them even while I'm eating!

For me, the true test of a great Chinese restaurant is their chili sauce. Eat Well does not disappoint.

The only downside is their servers. Male chauvinistic pigs who kept looking at us while we were eating though there were other occupied tables in the place. I hate that! But this place is definitely a MUST TRY! 128525

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Kim A.
4.0 Stars

Typical Chinese food which is ofcourse delicious! What stands out in their menu (and is a blockbuster order from most of my colleagues as the place is near the office) are Fried egglant with minced shrimps (which you will have to dip in a vinegar to give it a kick), porkchop rice which is good for two and will defintely make you very full and satisfied, and their pork and shrimp siomai which is a classic winner!

For their noodles - dry or with soup -, I think they would need to improve further. Some noodle dish are just to soggy.

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Edwin I.
3.0 Stars

Eat well Delicious Kitchen, a place for some quick Chinese food fix.

I had to meet a friend for lunch who worked in the area. She suggested Eat Well because of their fast service. It was my first time to dine at any of their branches. We got the following dishes:

Hot sour soup--hearty, thick, full of sahog, with a large plump prawn, mushroom, kani shreds, tofu,bamboo, egg, but a tad sweet which seemingly came from the chili used in the soup (I could have sworn they used those bottled sweet-chili sauce). The soup would have been really good if they did not use sweet chili to spice it up.

The Salted chicken and Crispy Pork Combi Rice. Basically Hainanese Chicken and Lechon Kawali. Served as a rice topping. The ginger sauce of the chicken was poured over it when served. The Chicken was tender and the ginger sauce was ok. The Lechon Kawali's skin was nicely crunchy and salty. The pork meat part was tender. The dish would have been better if they served additional ginger sauce and sweet-soy for the chicken.

The Hot Prawn Vegetable Salad . I'm a fan of a good Hot Prawn Salad (some restaus call it Hot and Cold Prawn Salad). It's basically made of fresh peeled prawns that have been coated in a light seasoned batter and deep fried (thus the dish's name ), mixed with fruit cocktail, fresh cucumbers and/or carrots, and tossed with a lightly sweet -lightly tangy egg custard- cream or mayo dressing. Some restaurants , perhaps on cost-cutting or doing short cut, would opt for a quick mayo-condensed milk dressing that makes the dressing too sweet. Eat Well's version was meh... The prawns, though plump and juicy, were not nicely coated in batter thus not crunchy. And we counted only 4 pieces of prawns. The fruit cocktail used was too soft (perhaps old stock that has been stored in the ref for a long time). No cucumber. The dressing was bland (not the usual lightly sweet-lightly tangy dressing of a good Hot Prawn Salad). And the "vegetable" part of the salad was the leafy green garnish used as the salad's base. For Php 380 , not worth getting again. IMHO, Gloria Maris and East Ocean serves one of the best Hot Prawn Salads in town. Or for a cheaper/sweeter but good Hot Prawn Salad--- I would get Han Pao's version (they use a mayo-condensed milk dressing).

The Pork Spare Rib hot pot. This dish would have been good. The pork ribs were tender and nicely salty from the black fermented beans. The sauce, good enough and yummy with the rice on which it was served. The big downside-- some of the rib meat had those small bones! I am guessing that when they chopped the ribs, they used a dull cleaver thus some of the bones broke off into wee pieces and stuck to the meat. It was a bit of a challenge to eat--we had to pick off the small bone bits. Come to think of it, it was kinda dangerous eating such dish. I now dread thinking of the side effects of accidentally ingesting those wee bones! Sayang!

Fried Squid with Spicy Salt. We found this dish ok. Crunchy coated squid. The seafood nicely still tender. Tossed with a salty-spicy mix of seasoning.

Hot Almond Soup with Glutinous Rice Balls. We originally wanted to get their White Chocolate Buchi which was unfortunately out of stock. We decided on a sweet soup dessert. We liked their version. Hot almond syrup soup with the chewy white sticky rice balls. The rice balls had a nice stuffing of a sweet-mung bean paste. A good and filling sweet meal ender.

This visit , albeit the failed Hot Prawn Salad and the "boney" ribs, the other dishes were ok.

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JoyBeth M.
5.0 Stars

I love!!!

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Ivy T.
3.0 Stars

I thought it was OK.

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Dara R.
4.0 Stars

Today is Father's Day & normally people celebrate with a yummy lunch or dinner with the family. We decided to eat dinner the night before to avoid the packed restaurants. But because our dinner was a Chinese Food FAIL... We decided to eat again today in our trusty go-to Chinese resto -- Eat Well!

As usual, we over ordered due to last night's wrong. Here are our faves:

Hot & Sour Soup
Roast Pork (ask for their Mustard sauce)
Eat Well Crispy Chicken
Shrimp & Mango Salad
Yang Chow Fried Rice
Shrimp Toast (ask for Sweet & Sour Sauce)
Mango Sago with Almond

Enjoy!!!

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Lara L.
5.0 Stars

Great food! 128521

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Neil R.
3.0 Stars

I was ready to order my usual rice topping combination of roast duck and BBQ pork when I noticed the promo on the table. It seemed like a good deal for a set meal so I decided to try it out.

SOUP: It was the typical hot broth variety that you get for free in restaurants. It's a welcome warmth however, to ready your stomach for the meal ahead.

RICE: Since it was cooked in broth, the Hainan rice was tasty. It was a tad bit salty for my taste though.

CHICKEN: In true Hainanese fashion, the chicken was moist yet lacked flavor that stands out. This seems normal as the chicken is really meant to be eaten with the three sauces (ginger, chili and hoisin) and the rice, thus giving you a combination of flavors.

SIDINGS: I assume the cucumber and tomato slices were included to give the dish some texture and crunch.

VERDICT: I normally stay away from dishes that rely too much on sauces to augment its flavor. For the price of this meal though I can't complain too much. But I think I'll stick to my usual order when I come back.

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Suzie F.
4.0 Stars

I liked it.

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Ala Y.
3.0 Stars

Our fave chinese comfort food joint ;) we usually order the beef wanton noodles, lechon macau, cold cuts platter, chicken and chinese chorizo hotpot, hot shrimp salad, and their eat well fried chicken ;)

I would've given the joint 5 stars if it wasn't for the male urinal that's been "under repair" for several months now AND their floor is most of the time very slippery (oily) :(

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