Mann Hann

G/F Mezza Residences, Araneta Ave. cor. Guirayan St., Quezon City, Metro Manila

Mann Hann
3.4
3.5 Stars

16 Reviewers

  • 5 stars 3
  • 4 stars 5
  • 3 stars 6
  • 2 stars 0
  • 1 star 2
  • 17 Reviews
  • 0 Recommend
  • 16 Reviewers
Category:
Chinese

Payment Options

Cash, MasterCard, Visa

Price Range

₱95 - ₱480

More Business Info

Reservations:
Yes
Kids Menu:
Yes
Take Out:
Yes
Outdoor Seating:
Yes
Menus:
Lunch, Dinner
Waiter Service:
Yes
Good for Groups:
Yes

Most Recent Reviews

Jasper T.
3.0 Stars

Ordered the salt and pepper tofu and I was expecting it to be flavorful, unfortunately it was really bland. I did not taste the salt and pepper. I just got fried tofu.

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North R.
4.0 Stars

Only one word to describe the Yang Chow Fried Rice, Roast Chicken, Pancit Canton: YUM!

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Cheska S.
3.0 Stars

We ordered their kikiam, pork spare ribs in tausi sauce, yang chow fried rice and beef brisket.

We liked the kikiam. It was my husband's first time to try kikiam and he enjoyed eating it. While I liked their Kikiam, I must say that I prefer Sincerity's kikiam over Man Hann's.

We also liked their spare ribs as the pork was very tender. My husband said it must be the best spare ribs he has ever tasted. He also loved their chili and according to him, it's the best chili sauce he has ever tasted. I, on the other hand, am not ready to say that it's the best spare ribs ever.

The yang chow fried rice looked really pale but tasted okay. The beef brisket was also just okay for me.

I thought that the entire dining experience for me was just okay. Prices seemed quite expensive, given the bare appearance of the restaurant's interior, the not so great service (it was just okay for me) and the average dining experience for me.

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Jasper T.
4.0 Stars

Ordered the Taosi Spare Ribs rice toppings and fresh lumpia. It was good, a little pricey especially Le Chings Taosi Spare Ribs is far way better.

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Edsel C.
4.0 Stars

I liked it.

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Salie D.
5.0 Stars

Tried to finish everything in the bowl pero di ko kinaya! Haha...craved for this hot Bihon bowl!
i love it!100841008410084

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Emilia S.
1.0 Stars

I hated it.

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Argee E.
5.0 Stars

At P80 it was very filling. I ordered it "hubad" style. The veggies were very juicy and yummy on its own even without the customary lumpia sauce.

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Gabby d.
4.0 Stars

Looking for a place for family lunch or dinner? Yes, Mann Hann is one of the places. Their wide variety of dishes can satisfy any craving. You just need to find what the buds are looking for. From seafood to meat to veggies, they've got it all. And don't forget their Yang Chow Rice! Phew! A happy is what you'll have after the jug. The place is also not crowded so yeah, you can laugh in there like a hyena.
Only downside is the food may taste bland at times haha so boo for that. But that was just one time.
P.S. Get their complementary hot tea; you won't regret it. *wink wink*

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Inna A.
5.0 Stars

I loved it.

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Carlo M.
3.0 Stars

I thought it was OK.

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Napoleon O.
3.0 Stars

I thought it was OK.

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Tanya M.
4.0 Stars

Ordered hot and sour soup, fish and broccoli and lechon macau which are old time favorites. You can never go wrong with it. Comfort food!! 10084

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Alrom D.
3.0 Stars

Too expensive for chinese food.

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Ryan N.
3.0 Stars

I thought it was OK.

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Marie U.
4.0 Stars

Great Chinese food selection..
Must-try: spicy spareribs, yang chow fried rice, fried squid, hakaw, french beans with pork, house blend lemon tea 128077128076

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Lesley Ardelle V.
1.0 Stars

I really should not experiment with my food orders; I should just stick to what I love, or order what others have tried and have recommended I try too. I have a tendency to be "takaw mata," meaning I order what looks good (in name and in the picture), and I usually end up with food that are below my expectations.

Such was the case with our dinner at Mann Hann last night. I arrived there ahead of my boyfriend so he told me to order already so that the food will be there when he arrives. With Chinese food, I usually order the salt and pepper squid, lechon Macau, dimsum, and salted fish fried rice. I dunno what possessed me to order Chinese style beef tenderloin (I think the word "tenderloin" captured my attention haha), salt and pepper tofu (I guess I was thinking that it was going to be like the squid, only healthier) and pork siomai.

The Chinese style beef tenderloin was just sweet and sour beef with onions. I do not like sweet and sour sauce, so that was an instant failure. 128547 The tofu was bland despite its salt and pepper coating, and the serving was too many! We couldn't finish the whole bland thing.

At least I got the siomai right. But when we tried to ask for another order, they said it would take 15 minutes. 15 minutes for siomai? Isn't that a staple in all Chinese restaurants? Shouldn't they have it on-hand in a steamer or something? 128545

I was so disappointed with my experimental orders that even though I was already full, I still ordered the salt and pepper squid. Maybe it will save the day.

I shouldn't have bothered. Nothing compares to the salted garlic squid of North Park. They have THE best salted garlic squid evarrrr. The squid pieces of North Park are large (around 1 ounce each, maybe?) and the squid is tender, flavorful, and easy to chew. This Mann Hann stuff they call squid....ick. Each piece was so small, and the squid was tough.

I ended up eating more sodium than what is acceptable. What a waste. The food wasn't even that good, and I ended up feeling bloated because of it. Hmp. 128078

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