Xành's Quán Vietnamese Food

GT Tower, 6813 Ayala Ave. cor. HV Dela Costa St., Makati, Metro Manila

Xành's Quán Vietnamese Food
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Elaine O.
5.0 Stars

Vietnamese food is distinct and unforgettable. Their cuisine relies on a balance of salty, sweet, sour and hot flavors.
This newly opened Vietnamese food stall is definitely a great find and a great alternative to the usual food stalls and fast food chains in Makati. The food is unassuming and straight forward. The service is fast and the owners (which happens to be a Vietnamese) is very warm and accommodating. The food is inexpensive, main dishes are reasonably priced at 150 Php and the appetizers and side dishes are priced at 30 Php and 25 Php respectively.

I love the fried srping roll and the vietnamese dumpling. Definitely my go-to place for lunch when I'm in Makati.

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Dennis O.
5.0 Stars

One place to find good foods in Makati is by entering those big buildings and trying out their food courts. Xanh Quan is one of the hidden gems I found through a recommendation from a friend. Xanh Quan is a newly opened Vietnamese fast food on GT Towers food court. The two Vietnamese owner greeted us as we came near their place. They were very friendly but quite having hard time speaking English. Don't worry the cashier was a Filipino and shes the one taking orders. They have a simple menu that has variety of Vietnamese foods like pho noodles, spring rolls and sticky rice. Price were also very cheap compare to other Vietnamese restaurant.
For the food we tried variety of choices on their menu.
==>Fresh Spring Rolls - very cheap for only 25 per piece. It was delicious with vermicelli noodle and pork/shrimp on the inside. Taste great with the peanut sauce.
==>Fried Spring Rolls - also 25 per piece. Was similar to shanghai rolls but much better.
==>Sticky Rice Dumplings - 30 per piece. This one is very interesting reminds me of Tang Yuan (Chinese Sticky Rice with peanut on the inside). This sticky dumplings got a minced green peas and pork on the inside. Tasted Great!
==>Broken Rice Saigon Style - 150 for a complete set. This one got a grilled chops, Vietnamese egg that looks like Japanese Tamago and fried rice. Grilled chops were thumbs up while the Vietnamese egg was very delicious. Very cheap for 150.

Overall highly recommended place to have lunch or merienda. Price was very cheap for makati rates. Very delicious food and great staff. Next time will try the Pho Noodles.

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