Skip to main content

Dimsum Feast At The Summer Palace

It doesn't always happen that one can enjoy unlimited dimsum at the Summer Palace unless there's a special promotion. Lucky us!




Xiao Long Bao. W o W! No need to elaborate.




Hakaw. Its okay.




Spicy Squid. So tender melt-in-your-mouth goodness. And not that spicy, too. Perfect!




Pork Siomai. Best to eat this last as it's too heavy on the stomach. Tastes good, though.




Scallop Siomai. Another wow! So huge! But then, I think this is a mock-scallop. ;)




Asado Siopao. I love, love the siopao. Extra order please!



To sum it up, my friend C and I enjoyed our lunch. BURP. And there's still lots of dimsum that we haven't tried yet. Too full!

Dessert is included in the buffet also but I forgot to take photos. Next time. :)


tips: avoid pork when starting a meal because it is heavy on the stomach. make sure to eat it last. avoid soda also and drink tea instead. in our case, we settled for water since we don't want to pay for a pot of tea (not included in the promo). hehe. avoid rice and skip the noodles, also.


Summer Palace
EDSA Shangrila Hotel
Mandaluyong City


the kitchen goddess
chinese resto
chinese restaurant

Popular posts from this blog

NEW RESTO ALERT: Hà Nội Phố (Ha Noi Pho)

Makati has been a go-to place for my family and I to grab a meal or sometimes just to have a cup of coffee. Though, really, it’s mostly just us visiting our favorite spots. Recently, my mom went out of town so it was just my dad and I who went out for dinner.

NEW RESTO ALERT: Hain in Boracay

Aside from being one of the top beaches of the world, Boracay is also known for its diverse food and restaurant choices. And on that note, I'm happy to share that we discovered a newly opened restaurant called- Hain. 

Salcedo Market x Legaspi Market Tour

We haven't visited the weekend markets for years so I was giddy with excitement because I was able to visit both Salcedo and Legaspi markets this month, thanks to our Dusit Thani Manila staycation . To differentiate the two, Salcedo market  is held every Saturday at the Jaime Velasquez Park in Salcedo Village Makati while Legaspi market is held every Sunday at the Corinthian Carpark in Legaspi Village Makati. Since we were coming from Dusit Thani Manila, it was quite a long walk but it was early in the morning (around 8AM) and even Ayala and Makati Avenues were still without cars. Wow!