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Wan Chai Tea House

Me and my mommy-mates haven't been going out much lately because of our different skeds but when we do have time, we make it a point to bond over food and (sometimes) shopping. ;)

We were sked to go to a different restaurant today but because that resto doesn't serve dimsum, we opted to go to Wan Chai. I'm glad I told J and Ina to choose the resto this time since I wanted to taste something new. Actually, I've seen and passed by Wan Chai for so long that I think it is high time to visit it now--- and I'm glad I did. :)


Took some photos of the menu ...





And here's what we ordered --- Pork Siomai. Wasn't able to taste this, inubos ni Irene! Hahaha. Must be good. :)


Quail Egg Siomai. Yum! This is love. Well, I love quail eggs so its easy for me to love this.


Special Siopao. It was already sliced when it reached our table so I apologize for the unflattering photo. The siopao's flavorful and the sauce is quite good. Not your usual siopao sauce if I may say.


Mango Sago. Irene's fave. Hindi nag-share! Hands off kami ni Jovee. :(


Fish Congee. Super good! We didn't share this with Irene. Hahaha. ;) The congee is flavorful already. Will eat this again soon. One whole bowl for me next time.


House Tea. Free-flowing.


It was already way past breakfast time when we went to Wan Chai so we almost had the whole place to ourselves.



To sum it up, it was really a wonderful dining experience at Wan Chai. And Ina and I would like to thank J's fil (father-in-law) who shouldered our bill. He happen to eat his breakfast there and saw us. Thank you, Uncle! Xie xie ni. :)


Wan Chai Tea House
918 Benavidez St.,
Binondo, Manila



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Comments

  1. i will always, always love siomai kahit saang restaurant pa siya sini-serve. :) and yes, i'll choose the one with quail eggs too. you guys were lucky... aside from enjoying good food, someone decided to pick up the tab for you. what a happy morning indeed! :)

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    1. Yup, a very happy morning indeed :)

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  2. we always go to wanchai banawe for dimsum.. they have an all day promo kasi :) love their fish head and kuchay dumplings :)

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  3. wow, i love kuchay dumplings. must-go-back :)

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