Lido Cocina Tsina by Panciteria Lido

Hampton East Arcade, 100 C. Raymundo Ave., Pasig, Metro Manila

Lido Cocina Tsina by Panciteria Lido
2.8
3.0 Stars

8 Reviewers

  • 5 stars 0
  • 4 stars 2
  • 3 stars 3
  • 2 stars 2
  • 1 star 1
  • 9 Reviews
  • 0 Recommend
  • 8 Reviewers
Category:
Chinese
Phone
+6327816585

Payment Options

Cash, MasterCard, Visa

More Business Info

Kids Menu:
Yes
Take Out:
Yes
Ambience:
Casual
Menus:
Lunch, Dinner
Attire:
Casual
Good for Groups:
Yes

Most Recent Reviews

Jo C.
2.0 Stars

Ok sana pero nandya na sa huli so disappointing :(

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Triggerhappyfoodie C.
4.0 Stars
5

Friday night traffic as usual. My tummy was grumbling and I was resigned to just driving thru any fastfood chain. The moment I saw the logo of Lido, I asked hubby to pull over. There were still several slots available in the unevenly "floored" parking area. When we entered the restaurant, only a few tables were occupied which meant we wouldn't have to wait that long.

On the table
🔹Crispy Tofu in Chinese Vinegar - tofu had a slightly crunchy feel but I would have preferred it crispier. The sauce was the winner, it made me imagine that I was eating Crispy Pata. I loved the bite of the garlic and onions. The dish was nicely plated too.
🔹Eight Treasure Soup Mucho - an old favorite from past visits to another branch. It was served piping hot. Too bad I had to add so much soy sauce to satisfy my tastebuds. We ended up taking home most of the soup. I wish we ordered the smaller serving or another soup dish instead.
🔹Beef with Tomato and Mushrooms Rice - most beef pieces were very soft. This reminded me of Beef Broccoli. The thick sauce was enjoyable. The ginger was very prominent. The tomatoes were a bit sour.
🔹Macau Rice - it didn't look appetizing at all but it was the best thing we ordered. The sauce was very flavorful. It was smokey and tasted like grilled barbecue. The fried rice buried underneath packed in a lot of flavor too. Hubby's new favorite dish from here.

I'm glad we were able to park and have a satisfying meal. I'm sure we'll be back for the Macau Rice and Crispy Tofu In Chinese Vinegar

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JP G.
3.0 Stars

I really think this Resto is a tad bit overrated. Their pugon asado is so so, nothing to jump up and down about. And their drunken Lechon liempo is good too but I can get the same quality but for a cheaper price at Chooks to Go.

Place is bare and the aircon wasn't strong enough (jinit Jackson) but their redeeming factor is the service. We were a big group and I know it's hard to serve 14 people. But the service was quick, servers were very attentive and courteous, and they were easy to call (that's a plus for me, really hate it when waiters pretend they don't see you).

Their Bucci and their almond lychee dessert (the one in the picture) is actually really good. Perfect pantanggal umay because let's face it, most (if not all) Chinese food is 1/8th made of betsin. Hahaha. 128561

Won't be coming back anytime soon but kudos for the good service. 128077

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Cynd A.
2.0 Stars

Mahal na food plus konti lang ang serving.

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Rallye Z.
3.0 Stars

I thought it was OK.

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Sora K.
1.0 Stars

Real junk.. Bad quality food..

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Caloy O.
3.0 Stars

must try manchurian wings, will go back to try other things, their specialty adobo didn't impress me much

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JP G.
2.0 Stars

Overrated. Expected more from the dishes due to the presentation and price but I've tasted similar dishes way better from restaurants half the price. Their famed pork asado cold cuts is not all that. But it's still something new to try out. But don't put your hopes up if you're looking for a Binondo experience nearer to your place

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Candy B.
4.0 Stars

The lechon macau and asado never fail to impress us, but since this is a newly opened branch, expect a crowd on weekends.

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