Greenhills Uno Seafood Palace

43 Annapolis St., Greenhills, San Juan, Metro Manila

Greenhills Uno Seafood Palace
4.0
4.0 Stars

23 Reviewers

  • 5 stars 4
  • 4 stars 16
  • 3 stars 2
  • 2 stars 1
  • 1 star 0
  • 27 Reviews
  • 36 Recommend
  • 23 Reviewers
Category:
Seafood
Business Hours
Open: 5:00p - 10:00p
Phone
+6327246192

Hours

  • Sunday
    • 11:00a - 2:30p
    • 5:00p - 10:00p
  • Monday
    • 11:00a - 2:30p
    • 5:00p - 10:00p
  • Tuesday
    • 11:00a - 2:30p
    • 5:00p - 10:00p
  • Wednesday
    • 11:00a - 2:30p
    • 5:00p - 10:00p
  • Thursday
    • 11:00a - 2:30p
    • 5:00p - 10:00p
  • Friday
    • 11:00a - 2:30p
    • 5:00p - 10:00p
  • Saturday
    • 11:00a - 2:30p
    • 5:00p - 10:00p

Payment Options

Cash, MasterCard, Visa

Most Recent Reviews

Jayson J.
5.0 Stars
7

Seafood palace!
they've turned all dishes into seafood.

128204128525 cold cuts
The one with the maki. It looked like a salad more than cold cuts but it definitely tastes better than pan to cold cuts

128204128525 seafood canton
The usual birthday canton now with seafood. Though it has a fishy smell when it was served

128204128525 seafood with taro

128204 crabs
These were above average size crabs.

128204 scallops

128204128525 peking duck
This is one non seafood dish that was also superb. Thick crispy skin. Has stronger "lambish" aftertaste though. Kakaiba yung sauce mot the ordinary sweet asado sauce.

128204128525 red mung mochi
Peanut dusted with really tasty mashed red mung beans.

These are only some of the memorable dishes we had during our church's 60th anniversary. We rented its ballroom on the second floor and i think it's good enough for occasions like debuts or wedding receptions.

Parking here could be a difficult unless it's 10am or 3pm. 128539

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Yshkael C.
4.0 Stars
2

Had dinner here awhile ago! We were placed at the Autumn Room. The room comfortably sits 36 people. ( 12 pax x3 round tables). They also have several other function rooms available.

The food we had:
Cold cuts
Noodles
Soup
Steamed suahe shrimps
Abalone with mushroom
Scallops
Crabs in Garlic Sauce
Peking Duck
Steamed Lapu Lapu with Soy Sauce
Malay Cake
Mango Pudding with Peaches

I would say my fave dish would be the Crabs. I really love how fresh they were. Plus, they were super easy to eat as well, they came out in one piece. I wasn't shy to use my fingers to dig in ! Yumyum! I also loved their Malay Cake and Mango Pudding. These were definitely good and also something different since it was always Mango Sago for dessert! Something for a change at least!

Their service is pretty good as well. The waiters are very attentive and easy to talk to.

Thank you so much for a wonderful dinner! I shall be visiting again soon 128523128523128523

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Mark L.
2.0 Stars

Mother's Day lunch
this is where we celebrated for the whole family.

parking was a b*tch, service was slow as expected, food was ok (actually it's below ok).

"birthday" noodles 128077128077128077
cold cuts 128077128077
steamed suahe 128077128077128077 it was served warm (not hot)
steamed lapu lapu .. I didn't eat
shrimp/chicken salad 128077128077128077 not much shrimp
steamed crabs 128077128077128077 payat
1st way of Peking duck 128077128077128077128077
2nd way of Peking duck .. I didn't eat this as well
masachi 128077128077128077 it was also served warm

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Abe C.
4.0 Stars

I wanted to let my family try this after my experience in their Escolta (presumably their main branch) last January. Perfect time this Sunday because their Greenhills branch is close to my old neighborhood. We visited this earlier today with my mom, sister and pamangkins.

We were surprised that ours was the only table at noon time on a Sunday (apparently, they have function rooms on the side which were in use) but, eventually, the people started trickling in. Still not full so maybe this place is not doing that great compared with the Chinese restos nearby like Choi, Gloria Maris and Hai Kang.

We started with their Crispy Duck, which was pretty good. They didn't serve hoisin sauce but rather a milder sweet sauce. Can't complain. Their duck had crunchy skin, good dark meat that was moist, and it had enough meat for a half duck (and not many cuts had only skin and bone to it). Good meal to start. Plus it didn't take long for us to wait. At P1k, it was a tad pricey but better that than the P2k suckling pig. 128513 4/5

Not long after followed the other dishes. We went transitional this time, ordering our classic Chinese resto orders, instead of really flexing our minds (and stomachs) by ordering the seafood this resto had to offer. So, sorry, what we ordered here are quite different from what my boss ordered last review in their Escolta branch (not embarrassed to say that this was more conservative in order and price).

Sweet & Sour Pork - an Okay 3/5. They got the flavor right, but they lacked the sauce vs. How I'm normally familiar with it. Still crunchy pork in sweet and sour sauce but some pork cuts weren't drenched in sauce.

Beef Tenderloin Chinese style (lower right pic) - ah a classic order from way back when in West Ave area, though their version has smaller and thinner cuts, but no less tender. Very flavorful, sweet, and soft. I could eat this all day. But I am trying to diet. Hehehe. 4/5

Hot Chicken and Prawn salad - another classic order. Theirs tasted just okay, I wasn't that impressed with it. I've had better. The chicken wasn't crunchy and malaman enough. And I hardly got to touch shrimp. Just an okay 2.5/5. Forgettable.

Crunchy noodles with Seafood. Always a great order in any restaurant. Theirs was mo exception. Generous seafood on top, crunchy medium thickness egg noodles (I still prefer the thinner style noodles in the ol' Superbowl of China which was popular last decade) which had good flavor. 4/5

Tried something different only with, ironically, the rice. I tried their Taiwanese style fried rice. It had seaweed, cashews, pork floss, aside from the usual pork, seafood, eggs, etc. Not bad. Not something I'd re-order if I come back next time, though. 3/5

Service pretty good. We have the usual Chinese lady who gets our orders. She recommended a loooooot of off menu items, including pricey seafood, but we didn't feel like experimenting so we stuck to menu items for now. We didn't even order their famous chicken pie. Their waiters were attentive. Even good photo takers. Lol. 4/5

Ambiance, interior decor, clean, Chinese traditional style, nothing extraordinary. Decent sized. 3/5

Curiosity satisfied. Thanks to my Mom for the treat... 12852312807710084

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Jasper T.
5.0 Stars

Food was excellent, especially the Braised Lamb Chops in Hot Pot, unfortunately I wasn't able to take a picture.

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Tei A.
4.0 Stars

Been passing by this resto for the longest time and it's my first time to try it.

Took advantage of their dimsum promo: Php88 per dimsum order. I got their:
- chicken feet: I still prefer Gloria Maris' and Choi Garden's
- Hakaw: good and the shrimp was big.
- Taosi Spareribs: the meat was a bit tough, needs more steaming. But was flavorful.

Also ordered their Seafood Udon. We liked it as it had generous seafood toppings such as scallops, squid and shrimps. It was tasty and their small serving is actually good for 3 pax.

They also have a promo less 30% for ala carte every Monday-Friday.

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Jennifer Lea U.
4.0 Stars

Birthday celebration of 1 yr old Kacey!

Food was superb! Place was spacious for a party. My daughters loved their food, pancit, fried rice, fried chicken!

I would mention that their service was a little bad. I think they lack manpower. Our table wasnt even served d soup dish if we didnt mention it to our waiter. Their dessert of almond with black gulaman? Doesnt match! But their version of soft buchi was so yummy!

Over-all, 128077 ! seafoods were fresh, shrimps, crabs, lapu lapu fish! Not to mention their cold cuts, bday noodles, abalone with mushroom, even d peking duck! Truly need to watch my diet! 128523

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Mark L.
4.0 Stars

authentic chinese food at an affordable price. we had the 12-course lauriat with bottomless soda. 128077128077128077

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Gerald T.
4.0 Stars

Perstaym! We celebrated our mooncake festival dice game this year with the family here .. The suahe and steamed lapu lapu was super fresh!

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Jasper S.
4.0 Stars

We had a set menu for this occasion. First was the fried misua which was okay. Then, we had the roasted suckling pig. It had a generous serving and a lot of meat compared to other restaurants that serve mostly just fat and skin. There was a couple of fried stuff, fried tenga ng daga or bokdi and shrimp wanton on a bed of fried crispy golden mushroom. They were okay. The suahe was fresh which is good. For soup, we had wintermelon in a chicken based soup. There was also fried rice with salted fish, fried fish in mango sauce and seafood hotpot. To end the meal, we had mango sago.

The most notable dishes were the pig, the suahe, the soup and the seafood hotpot. The soup had a very good flavor and generous amount of ingredients. The seafood hotpot had cucumbers, fish stomach, deshelled clams, mushrooms and abalone.

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Mark L.
3.0 Stars

the food was ok. i really only liked the big shrimp suahe.

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Leen C.
4.0 Stars

One of the chineses restaurants that serves quality/ authentic chinese dishes at a reasonable price.

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Mark L.
4.0 Stars

ate here again. this would have been 5 stars if they cooked the crabs right. and if they served more XO sauce.

also tried other dishes that are good: pigeon, steamed suahe, various mushrooms with chinese sausage, birthday noodles, steamed lapu lapu, etc

tip: there's a summer promo discount of 20%!

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Salie D.
3.0 Stars

Healthy Mushroom Veggie Siopao, just right for the health conscious people un-like me! lol!
The Mushroom is generous in amount, soft and crunchy at the same time but not really my type.128524

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Mark L.
3.0 Stars

only a few people eat at chinese fine dining restaurant these days. i think one of the reasons is the price & food quality.

the price in this place is reasonable. only P400/head for a 8-course meal (plus 2 kinds of desserts for free).

the food quality is good for the price. but if you're looking for a better quality, better go somewhere else (choi garden or gloria maris).

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Sheyz U.
4.0 Stars

Sorry no pic for now. Went to a christening reception, dyahe to take pics when 11 other people are waiting for you to get food. Hehe

The husband loved the cha misua (he loves almost all cha misua's!) and I loved the cold cuts! Staples in chinese handaans. Haha

Usual Chinese fares but one new dish I tried is their chicken pot pie. So creeeamy! Love it! It looks like a big-ass french onion soup at first glance. The "bread" covering the dish is soft and tasty; paired with the filling and it's divine! Surprised that there are egg white slices (dunno lang if yolks are included) inside.

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KL C.
4.0 Stars

So... It's a new year, in the Western and Chinese sense, but it's only now that i've gotten around to reviewing this place.

My family ate here for our annual night-before-Christmas dinner. Unsurprisingly, the establishment was packed with Chinese families. HAHA.

Anyway, we ordered a lot of dishes, but three stood out to me.

The shredded chicken salad was sweet and tangy with fruits and nuts. Savory indeed. It just seemed a bit off that they added "california maki" to the dish as a garnish or something like that. It's obviously the run-of-the-mill kine of california maki. Disappointing, that one. But the salad was good!

The Braised E-Fu noodles was flavorful as well, even if we specifically requested for a vegetarian version. They were very generous with the mushrooms!

The highlight of the meal was definitely the crab rice. The rice, sticky and cooked in crab fat, scallions, and some meat, made up the base of the dish which had steamed crabs on top.

Heavenly.

Though i still like Golden Fortune's crab rice (tsim png) netter. :))

This is a Chinese restaurant that serves above average Chinese food at very reasonable prices! But if you have money to splurge, eat at Shang Palace or Summer Palace.

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Jeanne Stephanie E.
5.0 Stars

One of the best Chinese seafood restaurant I tried so far. Very fresh seafoods like steamed lapu-lapu, shrimps etc.. We had lamb stew, taro puffs, cha misua (birthday misua) I love their platter with duck, asado, soy chicken, jellyfish and century egg. You also gotta try their freshly made fried bun were u dip it in condense milk. Yum! For dessert we had mango shake with almonds gelatin (the one in bowls) and a sticky dessert rolled in crushed peanuts with mongo inside.

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Drew C.
4.0 Stars

I'm not really a fan of chinese food but UNO is one of the few chinese restos that i like. We still go to chinatown just to eat at UNO, good thing they opened a branch here in greenhills. I highly recommend their tbone in pot and soup (not sure about the name, i think it's called sibut in chinese). It's really good!

Rating:
➖Cleanliness/Ambiance
✔Authenticity/Uniqueness
✔Taste
➖Service
✔Value for money
Total: 4 stars

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John B.
4.0 Stars

Decent Chinese restaurant. Can't compare to Gloria Maris or Choi Garden though. Parking can be a pain if you don't go early.

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