Hong Kong Noodle and Dimsum House

G/F Citystate Tower Hotel, 100 C. Palanca St., Quiapo, Manila, Metro Manila

Hong Kong Noodle and Dimsum House
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Category:
Chinese
Phone
+6327367671

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Eboy D.
3.0 Stars
5

SM City BF sadly lacks choices in the restaurant scene so when a new one opened, with family in tow, we happily tried Hong Kong Noodles and Dimsum Chinese restaurant. The restaurant occupies a huge space near BDO and Presidents Avenue mall entrance. They have a beautiful red lantern lighting, they also have this streetside interior design.

Service was quick and very friendly. They have the usual offering from dimsum, noodles and main dishes. Since the kids love pancit, we had to try out their version of pancit canton. Sadly, the kids hardly touched the noodles on their plate. I am easily pleased by canton but their version, hopefully it is just an off day, was dry and flavorless. The noodles was not good at all. Although packed in toppings, the vegetables looked wilted and undercooked.

The Yang Chow Rice was also dry. I was hoping for a fluffy, beaming with toppings but theirs is a sad excuse for fried rice.

The Sweet and Sour Pork though was good. It had tang and sweetness thanks to the pineapple bits. The color too was a bright and inviting orange red.

The Beef Broccoli was soft and tender. They made use of the brocolli stalks which is nice since nothing goes to waste. Good job!

The Fried Chicken was crisp and tender. It was dripping in too much oil though. But it was good still, the kids loved it specially the prawn chips that came along with the dish.

Senior discounts honored. Price is reasonable. Will visit again and hoping for improvements. They do have potential for good family Sunday dinners.

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Sheree G.
3.0 Stars

We were craving for chicken mami but kowloon was too far. Hong Kong noodles and dimsum is a good alternative although the cabbage was a tad too bitter.

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