Hap Chan

600 Tomas Mapua St., Sta. Cruz, Manila, Metro Manila

Hap Chan
4.5 Stars

6 Reviewers

  • 5 stars 4
  • 4 stars 1
  • 3 stars 1
  • 2 stars 0
  • 1 star 0
  • 6 Reviews
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  • 6 Reviewers

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Price Range

₱40 - ₱595

Most Recent Reviews

Sarah Jane T.
5.0 Stars

I loved Congee! And stir fry beef hofan too! 128077128077

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Rhea S.
5.0 Stars

We are a loyal customer of this branch! This is the legit Hap Chan!

This is our go-to place. We can even ask the chef who is Cantonese to cook what is not found in the menu. One dish worth mentioning though that can be found on the menu is the Thai Seafood Sotanghon. Yes Thai, but cooked with Chinese touch.

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Ayran Nicole T.
3.0 Stars

Opted for Chinese tonight with the family. Food was okay. What I actually ate tonight were the siomai and the beef hofan. Siomai was so-so and the beef hofan was great. However, the latter was too oily for me. I usually order hakaw in Chinese restos but I already tried their hakaw last time and I didn't like it at all.

Their taho is huge for me and tastes great. Service was okay. The other dishes were okay naman according to the family, did not taste anything special. Price is affordable, too.

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Missie C.
5.0 Stars

Chinese cuisine. Late lunch celebrating mothers day with my mom & sister in law..

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Ernest G.
5.0 Stars

I loved it.

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Yohan C.
4.0 Stars

I was wandering around Ongpin when I realized I hadn't had breakfast yet, so I went here for brunch.

Shrimp siomai: A bit inconsistent. Sometimes they're so-so, sometimes, like today, they taste fresh and steamed to perfection.

Cu-chay dumplings: I like these ones steamed. I like Hap Chan's cu-chay dumplings, this branch in particular, because the veggies inside have just the right flavor and they don't easily get stuck in your teeth.

Radish cake: One of my favorite versions of the classic fried radish cake. The inside isn't soggy and it has a crisp brown layer outside.

Soy squid: Like the siomai, this one's hit or miss. Sometimes the slices are soft and chewy, sometimes a bit rubbery.

Different branches have slight 'tweaks' in their menu, as well as in their flavors, so if you'll try to compare you're bound to have greatly varying Hap Chan experiences. This review was based on my experiences from this branch (T. Mapua near cor. Ongpin). This is an old branch, albeit renovated, but in terms of taste, this one has stayed true and still sets the bar.

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