Fat Fook Taiwanese Kitchen

G/F Main Bldg., SM City North EDSA, EDSA cor. North Ave., Quezon City, Metro Manila

Fat Fook Taiwanese Kitchen
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  • 4 stars 8
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Category:
Taiwanese
Business Hours
Open: 10:00a - 10:00p
Phone
+6328316418

Hours

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

Payment Options

Cash

Most Recent Reviews

Trizha A.
5.0 Stars

Popular for their xiao long bao, Fat Fook is a Taiwanese joint that serves effin delicious taho.

Available in solo or group serving size. It's so good that a single serving isn't enough so I always opt for the group serving size. Served in this cute bucket, the taho comes chilled. Syrup and sago refills are available for dine in customers.

The consistency of they soy is smooth and silky, almost like panna cotta. The sago is firm and not mushy. The syrup is a nice caramel I tend to over indulge in.

Since my friend and I mostly come here for just the taho, we can easily split this between the two of us. 128523
It should serve 4-6 people for around 300 pesos.

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Isha S.
4.0 Stars
2

My friends and I decided to go on a food trip around SM North and we decided to stop by Fat Fook. I had actually been eyeing this restaurant for some time and was just waiting for the right opportunity to visit. Well, ask and you shall receive! Haha.

Fat Fook serves Taiwanese cuisine and when we asked what was their best seller, the server recommended their chicken chop. We weren't really in the mood for chicken chops, so we decided on their xiao long bao (P198 for 8 pieces) and their cua pao/gua bao (P188 for 2 pieces).

The cua pao arrived and we began digging in. These are folded steamed buns filled with stewed pork belly. I've always loved this sweet-ish savory, nutty bun and Fat Fook's version was good. It also wasn't that expensive, which was a plus.

Next up came the xiao long bao. As soon as we opened up the bamboo steamer basket, well, laughs were had hahaha. The xiao long bao looked like old wrinkly balls that didn't seem to have any soup in them 128517 (see 2nd pic). We asked the server if their xiao long bao always looked like this and he just grabbed the basket and took it back into the kitchen. A new order was served and these weren't sad and dehydrated ones this time around haha. We dug in and they were nice. Wrapper wasn't too thick, and the meat and soup were light yet flavorful.

Overall, pretty good experience with this place. If you're looking for good affordable Taiwanese food, Fat Fook's got you covered!

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Jen S.
4.0 Stars
4

I've always been wanted to try stinky tofu since I wasn't able to try them in Hong kong the last time. So, I found the perfect place to try them! Yey!

After trying their stinky tofu, I have realized that it really tastes good and it really don't smell that bad. 128069

Their minced pork w/egg rice topping, taiwanese fried noodles and eggplant with pork floss tastes good too. 128522

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Kates A.
4.0 Stars
3

Staying in Taiwan for 3 months under a tight budget (because we were students then) has made us try the cheapest we could eat - street foods. So, spotting this Taiwanese restaurant at SM North didn't make me hesitate to try what they have.

The price of their main dishes range from approximately P200-P300. Items are labeled as "Taiwan's best" and "Chef's recommended" so, better go over these items if you are not sure what to order. Their serving time is around 15-20 mins but, it's worth the wait!

We had the Shrimp and Pork Dumpling Noodle (P228). It tastes really good, tho we needed to request it to be extra hot bec it was served a bit warm. We also ordered Giant Xiao Long Bao (P188) and Taiwan's famous Stinky Tofu (P198). The supersized soupy dumpling has leveled up my obsession with Xiao Long Bao's. It's about 6x of the oringinal serving size, yum!128525 And, the smelly tofu tastes and smells legit that I needed to brush my teeth and tongue after eating. 128513

We didnt have the chance yet to try their other dishes but, will definitely go back for the Taiwanese chicken chops!

Indeed, a great way to wrap up the weekend break 128522

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Mark G.
4.0 Stars
8

The restaurant has just opened its 1st branch at SM North EDSA.

We were able to try its Cua Pao, Beef Tendon Hotpot, Chicken Chop, Xiao Long Bao, Taiwan Fried Rice, Guava Juice and Wintermelon Tea.

Among these, here are my recommendations.
1. Cua Pao - meat is so tender and its veggies are well seasoned
2. Chicken Chop - crispy but not too 'floury'. Meat is still moist
3. Xiao Long Bao - It's just tasty.
4. Guava Juice - I was hesitant at first if this one tastes good since I don't like guavas! But this one tastes good!

See my video on this.
https://youtu.be/zIyS9WfleCM

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Dennis O.
3.0 Stars
7

Lately when I'm in QC taiwan cuisine have been my family food of choice. This week stumble upon again another taiwan resto in SM North while having our Christmas Shopping.

FatFook is located in the upper ground floor of SM North. I love the exterior to the interior design of the place. Surely will catch your attention. The interior is a bit taiwanese artsy and clean looking. Also learned that this place is a sister company of Ramen Nagi. So my expectation was a bit more higher.

For the food everything was good but comparing it to other taiwan resto in QC this one still got space for improvement.

The good. I love their crunchy chicken chops. Juicy and delicious. The soy tofu with floss was delicious but Hey Handsome is still the best128521. Their Taiwan Fried Noodles is our fave very nice. Kiampong was of big serving and I love the generous hebi.

For improvement: Beef Tendon and spicy pork ears was lacking in flavor. For XLB had tasted better than their version. String beans with minced pork was a bit overcooked. It lacked the crunchiness of the string beans.

Overall a great option for taiwan cuisine when in SM North but can still improve. 3stars for now.128522128077

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Elmer R.
4.0 Stars
4

From Taiwan. Xiao long bao was darn good but inexpensive. Fried rice was OA sa dami and flavorful, a must order. Please take a break from yang chow rice and have this instead. Pair this with their moist and crunchy chicken chops.

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Leslie Ann B.
4.0 Stars
3

Yummy!! Their Xiao Long Bao is the best!! 128076128076

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Benjie G.
4.0 Stars
8

Trying this new taiwanese kitchen restaurant.
Food looks great, affordable, big serving, great ambiance, spacious and good service,

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Diego S.
4.0 Stars
6

FRIED CHICKEN AND SHAO LONG PAO : THE CHICKEN IS CRISPY OUTSIDE AND TENDER INSIDE ,THE TASTE IS JUST LIKE I TASTED IN TAIWAN ITS GOOD TAIWAN STYLE I DIP IT IN SWEET CHILLI SAUCE . SHAO LONG PAO IS REALLY GOOD AND THE STAFF ARE POLITE . I WILL TRY OTHER DISH WHEN I DROP BY AGAIN .

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