Mey Lin Pot & Noodle House

1/F North Parking, SM Mall of Asia, JW Diokno Blvd., Mall of Asia Complex, Pasay, Metro Manila

Mey Lin Pot & Noodle House
3.8
4.0 Stars

18 Reviewers

  • 5 stars 3
  • 4 stars 9
  • 3 stars 6
  • 2 stars 0
  • 1 star 0
  • 18 Reviews
  • 6 Recommend
  • 18 Reviewers
Category:
Chinese
Business Hours
Open: 10:00a - 10:00p
Phone
+6325560818

Hours

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

Payment Options

Cash, MasterCard, Visa

Price Range

₱80 - ₱480

Most Recent Reviews

Cory J.
3.0 Stars
2

It's my Papa's birthday today but since he is in Bicol, I decided to carry on our tradition in Manila--eat noodles for long life. Tbh, I was lazy AF to go out today, but thank god, someone invited me for lunch. Off I went to MOA and after scouting a noodle house in the area (Mann Hann was my 1st choice but there was still a line even at lax hour), we settled for this one.

We ordered pancit canton and twice cooked pork. The pansit canton is memorable and prolly one of the bestest I've tasted in a while. I can really taste the sesame oil and they were very generous with the meat and the veggies. It was a well-seasoned dish. Our 2nd dish was not so stellar. I think adding the black tofu was futile because it did not taste good thus not adding anything to the dish. The pork however was reminiscent of chashu in most ramen--melt in your mouth soft, fatty, and salty.

All in all, give this place a try if you're looking for savory Chinese food around MOA.

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Elise C.
4.0 Stars
5

Mey Lin has been a family staple eversince they opened in MOA. And for some reason, we always, always end up eating here when we do not have a plan and if the other chinese restaurants are already full. Sometimes, I dread it, because I like trying something new and we always eat here, but then, every time I eat at Mey Lin, I leave the place with a satisfied tummy, and a happy wallet.

Our usual orders would be the fried intestines (you can never go wrong with this, it's a family favorite!), the adobo pork rice, the steamed dumplings, the string beans w/pork, and any of their hand pulled noodle dishes.

The adobo pork rice will always be my go-to order as it is very tummy-filling and it's seasoned just right. The dish isn't salty. It's almost as homey as my mom's adobo dishes. The steamed dumplings, you will love to know, arent the processed kind. The hand pulled noodles are really good tasting and these are really authentic chinese noodles.

Mey Lin is definitely one of the authentic chinese restaurants in our country, and it will always be because of the consistency. Pricing is actually beyond right because serving is really good, sometimes even great for sharing. Their staff are very familiar to me (rarely do I see new people manning the restaurant, so you can trust that they know what theyre doing), and they are very nice. Now they have new staff they train. Area is well-ventilated, but kinda small, you can always opt to dine outdoors anyway!

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Franz D.
5.0 Stars

This is our favorite place to eat at Mall of Asia! We usually go for their Congees and Noodles! They have hand-pulled noodles wherein you can request of you want it thick, thin or flat! Their Dimsums are okay too.

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Cheng C.
3.0 Stars

Sio long pao is good but not enough to surpass Lugang Xia Long Bao!

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Vanna J.
3.0 Stars

Been craving for Xiao Long Bao for the longest time so I gave this a try. Surprisingly, not so bad for 100-ish pesos! It doesn't have much soup in the dumpling but the meat tastes good. Will be back next time.

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Von F.
4.0 Stars

The place is a bit underrated, but their noodles is love. Always wanted to try the place for their noodles but always been hesitant because of their not so fancy interiors. Will surely go there again for their authentic hand pulled noodles.128077128077 I just hope they improve their interiors and everything will be more than superb. 127836

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J.M. O.
3.0 Stars

Everything feels authentic. Congee and Steamed Dumpling is definitely a must-try apart from the popular noodle dishes.

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Emily d.
5.0 Stars

Quick and friendly service. Food comes freshly cooked and steaming. Love, love, love the Pata Tim with Cuapao, Fried Seafood Noodles, Steamed Shrimp Dumplings, Fried Squid in Special Sauce, Jellyfish appetizer , spareribs and their noodles with soup. 128515

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Gracie T.
5.0 Stars

Two of my most favorite health ingredients in one dish - beancurd & mushrooms in hot pot!

Glad the waiter mentioned it when I asked if they had any other hotpot dishes aside from the seafood hotpot because it wasnt on the menu. Thank you!

Price: P240.00

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Franz G.
4.0 Stars

I love their Pata Tim here, it leaves sticky feeling around your lips. Yummy! Try their pulled noodles too, Ansio Beef toppings.. ;)

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Carla M.
4.0 Stars

One of my favorite noodle places. I usually order the Chicken Mushroom or Adobo Egg and Tokwa noodles. 128077 The noodles were smooth and al dente, feels like you're eating spaghetti. The soup wasn't too salty. The snack size is more than enough for me but the price is very affordable.128076

While waiting for the food, I enjoy watching them make the noodles. 128522

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Trina A.
4.0 Stars

During our travel in Hong Kong, this restaurant in Tsim Sha Tsui served Salted Dry Fish Rice with chicken and it was the best meal I have ever had so far! The taste was really good! So we searched for it here and thankfully found it in Mey Lin! They served us salted fish fried rice and crispy chicken which was close enough to what I had in Hong Kong. Place was small and service took quite long, but it's okay since my craving was definitely satisfied! Won't have to go to Hong Kong just to taste this again!

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Rolly B.
4.0 Stars

I liked it.

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Erica G.
4.0 Stars

Once again I forgot to take a picture of the food. Please forgive >_<

I went here with my family during the weekend and it was packed with people. We were lucky enough to get a seat.

Three of us ordered the Taiwan Beef Noodle Soup while one ordered the Chicken Mushroom Noodle Soup. Aside from those, we also ordered two servings of the Xiao Long Bao and one serving of the steamed dumplings.

We would like to thank the owner who was there supervising at the time since because of him, the waiters were able to get to us quickly to take our orders. The food came after a reasonable amount of time.

My mother loved the Chicken Mushroom Noodle Soup. She only ordered the snack size but claimed that even that was too big for her. The rest of us ordered the meal size and definitely, the serving was pretty big.

The Taiwan Noodle Soup is a little spicy so be warned. It took some time for me to adjust to the taste before I could eat it properly. Nevertheless, the soup was flavorful it not too rich. I loved that they didn't skimp on the beef. The noodles were also pretty good. They were thick and a bit chewy. Yum!

For the side orders, while I thought that the steamed dumplings were okay, I had a bit of a problem with the Xiao Long Bao. The lack of soup inside the dumpling transformed it into an ordinary pork dumpling. Also, I noticed that the outside of the dumplings were a bit chewy. While I love that its chewy, a friend of mine told me that its a sign that the dumplings aren't freshly made and may have been frozen prior to it being cooked. Just a heads up.

All in all, the service and the food was good. My family is definitely coming back here :)

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Rachel L.
3.0 Stars

I kinda missed their hand-pulled noodles for awhile. But still. Fried intestines and adobo pig ears remain my ultimate fave orders here!

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Raiza L.
4.0 Stars

One of my favorite Taiwan street foods = Oyster Misua! 128525

I wish it had more pieces of oysters though!

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Alej M.
3.0 Stars

I thought it was OK.

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Robert C.
4.0 Stars

For the best lomi in town!!!

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