Hap Chan

103 Neptune St. cor. Makati Ave., Bel-Air, Makati, Metro Manila

Hap Chan
3.8
4.0 Stars

23 Reviewers

  • 5 stars 3
  • 4 stars 14
  • 3 stars 5
  • 2 stars 1
  • 1 star 0
  • 25 Reviews
  • 0 Recommend
  • 23 Reviewers
Category:
Chinese
Business Hours
Reopens Sat: 10:00a - 4:00a
Phone
+6328959340

Hours

  • Sunday
    • 10:00a - 4:00a
  • Monday
    • 10:00a - 4:00a
  • Tuesday
    • 10:00a - 4:00a
  • Wednesday
    • 10:00a - 4:00a
  • Thursday
    • 10:00a - 4:00a
  • Friday
    • 10:00a - 4:00a
  • Saturday
    • 10:00a - 4:00a

Payment Options

Cash, MasterCard, Visa

Price Range

₱40 - ₱595

Most Recent Reviews

Christian S.
3.0 Stars
2

I thought it was OK.

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Will C.
4.0 Stars
2

Tried dining here few weeks back and thought it was closed. Passed by here recently and it was open again and they just finish their renovation. Good. We tried dining here on the same day but their guard seems prolific with scenario parking wanted us to park our vehicle something only matchbox cars can do. We dine at other place that night but went back here after few days. Lots of parking space.

Structure of the place doesnt seem to change that much but the finishing of the interior does to seems improved.

We had birthday noodles which was 128076. Seafood hotpot with tofu was nicely done. Lots of area can be improved in terms of service. But i love how they improve its food in terms of taste. 128522

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Christian S.
4.0 Stars
2

I liked it.

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Ross T.
2.0 Stars
3

Usually a fan ofchinese food but this branch was off. Their beef was salty and their dimsum was dry. Yang chow was cooked will (I mean hello yang chow) while dessert was mediocre. Overall this branch is ok

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Clarissa P.
5.0 Stars

Late dinner on a Sunday and we found ourselves so hungry sitting in Hap Chan. Chinese comfort food beats all odds. So maybe now I have an answer to the question asked by Peanut D during our Fely J's rendezvoos - CHINESE FOOD 128516128516128516

We got Roasted Asado, Fried Salt & Pepper Squid, Chinese Restaurant must have for me - Taosi Spareribs, Wanton Noodle Soup, Steamed Cuapao, another must order - Yang Chow Fried Rice and Buchi for dessert.

We liked everything! Dove right into the food and was not able to take pictures anymore. My family was so hungry they might eat me if I fix everything for a photogenic flat lay 128517

The Yang Chow had lots of sahog - shrimps, meat, veggies and egg. It had the right saltiness too. It's the type that you can actually eat without ulam.

The Roasted Asado was super good too! Best I've had so far. Tender and flavorful meat with just the right amount of fat trimmings. The sauce was sweet and salty at the same time and can be ulam on it's own when smothered over the Yang Chow Fried rice!

The Salt and Pepper Squid was just how I wanted it to be. Through the breading was really thin, it was still crunchy! The squid was flavorful and easy to chew.

Dining in a Chinese Restaurant is never complete for me if I don't get an order of Taosi Spareribs. It's my ultimate Dimsum! It's so good on it's own with all the saltiness coming from the taosi and the juices of the pork. Knock out good when dipped into toyo-mansi with lotsa chili! And yes, I don't know if it's just me but whenever I am in a Chinese Restaurant, I can't help but dip almost everything in chili toyo-mansi. There is something unique with Chinese Restaurants' chili oil that blends so well with anything!

Anyhow.... The Wanton Noodle Soup had the signature clear and salty soup with thin noodles, bokchoy and this bowl had generous heaping of wanton! Right after Cherienne had her fill, I dunk in a good measure of chili oil to make it taste better.

I got the Cuapao for Maaike which she happily munched while sipping some soup. Then their buchi were filled with ube instead of the usual mongo which was a good alternative.

Also got their HK Milk Tea and it tasted like Chowking's NaiCha. But then again I wondered if they used the house tea poured with milk 128517

Hap Chan is one of my favorite "authentic" Chinese Restaurant!

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Mickey S.
4.0 Stars

I've eaten here on several occasions as my colleagues and I often find ourselves on Jupiter Street during lunch time. Hap Chan always delivers. It's a suitable choice if you're on the prowl for a restaurant that serves no-frills Chinese food that is delicious, affordable, and filling. 

The Fried Rice can be ordered in several ways but my personal favorite is the Chicken Salted Fish Fried Rice. The noodle soups, pan-fried noodles, and dim sums are killer as well. In all honesty, they do their dim sums so well that's it's even better than the ones you get at other fancy Chinese restaurants. Not sure if it was just me, but I reckon you gotta try it and see for yourself.

Cheers
Mickey

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Nicomaine M.
3.0 Stars

I thought it was OK.

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Russel D.
3.0 Stars

I thought it was OK.

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Sherie Y.
4.0 Stars

It's been a while since our last visit & I'm not disappointed. Just love their YangChow, Brocolli with Garlic & Squid salt & pepper. Service is okay though the only hassle is the so limited parking space which took us some time before we could park.

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Takada K.
4.0 Stars

I liked it.

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Karen G.
3.0 Stars

We were here around 12MN Monday. We ordered lechon kawali and steamed fish fillet with garlic. The steamed fish was okay. Its good with lots of garlic! The lechon kawali was bad. Its not the golden brown type. It was dark and its just not right. That was the hub's order. At first he thought, maybe he didn't order right. Maybe he could've ordered one of their best sellers. But then again, it's Lechon Kawali. How can you go wrong with lechon kawali? Its a far cry from North Park's lechon macau!
We probably won't be back anytime soon.
Giving 3 stars for mango sago and steamed fish.

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Rencel D.
5.0 Stars

I'd come back for their spareribs 128151128523

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Rodney O.
4.0 Stars

Affordable Chinese food with quality.

Ambiance - could be cleaner

Food - got hot and sour soup, shrimp siomai, salt and pepper frog legs, steam fish fillet with garlic and beef hofan - all were pretty decent, all were eatable. Finished everything.

Service - not bad for a Chinese restaurant.

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Chris L.
4.0 Stars

simple good chines food' super cheap' great late night place for those after work hunger pains! Food quality remains the same even after a dozen or so visit'

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Aldwin D.
4.0 Stars

Still a classic for me, been here a lot of times. Love the beef hofan. Dimsun and a lot more. Want to eat good chinese cuisine. Hands down choice. And a lot of branches too.

Aside from this branch, i still like the orig manila branch along malate area, where they started.

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Sherie Y.
3.0 Stars

Love the food but service was too slow. We just decided to cancel the extra yangchow .

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Marinella G.
4.0 Stars

I love this place. Favorite was the Yang Chow and their siomai 128077128077128077

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Irene I.
4.0 Stars

This is where we usually get food when no one in the house is able to cook. We got our default orders:
Garlic Broccoli - fresh broccoli, half-cooked so you still get a feel of the stalk's crunch when you chew on it, lightly-seasoned and with lots of fried crushed garlic.
Fish Fillet inSoy Sauce- the fish fillet was sliced thinner this time, cooked very similar to the broccoli, this is light but satisfying.
Sweet and Sour Pork - still with a bit of crunch lightly mixed with the sauce- not enough to cover the deep fried pork. The pork is a bit over-battered but still as yummy as ever, I like biting into the red and green bell pepper with the pork.
Hap chan is a bit pricey for Chinese take-out, but somehow taste and freshness has been consistent, reason enough to keep coming back.

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Stef J.
4.0 Stars

I love congee. Especially when I'm not feeling well (like now), and Hap Chan's congee really hits the spot. I was so hungry, I didn't take a picture anymore. :p

I have to look up what a congee's made of beyond rice, water and salt. I love the clean, creamy taste of congee topped with century egg or a raw egg. Simple comfort at its best.

Hap Chan's congee is not too big, the serving is just the right size to make you feel full but not disgusting. It's not too hot. The flavors are nice and clean.

Ayluvet.

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Kvdr I.
4.0 Stars

I liked it.

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