Ehsu and Eving Dumpling House

Paseo de Carmona, Governor's Drive, Carmona, Cavite

Ehsu and Eving Dumpling House
4.5 Stars

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Lizzie L.
5.0 Stars

We call this the "Taiwanese Place" at home. 128518 They have Budget plates for 90 pesos and it's so filling and sulit. Favorites are the the fish fillet meal and the chicken fillet meal. Let's not forget the dumplings! Love their kuchay dumplings. When they're out of kuchay, they use cabbage - still delicious though.

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Jairus d.
4.0 Stars

This was not my first time at Ehsu and Eving. I remember visiting the place last year but it was only an okay experience. Last night, I found myself craving for authentic dumplings and siopao and this is the nearest restaurant in my area.

People who are not familiar with Carmona might have a trouble finding the place. It's just at the back of Le Garden restaurant. The place almost looks like a run down Chinese restaurant which is not a bad thing. For me, it adds to the overall charm of the place and it felt like good things are about to happen.

The menu consists of rice meals, taiwanese food, vegetable dishes, sea food, fried dishes, noodles and other specialties. I got sad when I heard they already ran out of siopao. I settled with fried pork and cabbage dumplings and adobong tofu. The servings are too much for me! Good thing they have an option to get both in half.

The fried pork and cabbage dumpling was served first. I liked that only half of the dumplings were fried. Each and everyone of them are tasty but I wish there was more filling.

I loved their adobong tofu! I was expecting it to taste like the usual adobo but they use a different brand of soy sauce so it still tasted Chinese. The tofu was fried but they were able to retain the softness inside. My guess is they use a different type of tofu? It's almost similar to the tofu I've tried in a Korean restaurant.

Most of their customers are holding a bottle of local beer which is not a shock considering it's only priced at 45 pesos/bottle. I might do the same thing on my third visit and hopefully they have the siopao available.

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