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NEW RESTO ALERT: HuChi Southeast Eats

Not really new but rather a rebranding of Phat Pho restaurant at the Powerplant Mall. Of course, there's a big difference on the menu list also. But I love HuChi.

If Phat Pho made me think about pho, HuChi makes me crave for Mango Sticky Rice. 

HuChi's Mango Sticky Rice is one of the best I've tasted here in Manila, and is comparable to the ones I ate in the streets of Bangkok. The best part, this is only P135. 
Fresh Spring Rolls. When you crave for something light but filling, you order fresh spring rolls. 

Fried Spring Rolls. This is love! One of our no-brainers at HuChi. 

Beef Pho. This is made flavorful with burnt onions. My daughter and hubby love this but I still crave for Phat Pho's pho choices. 

Pork Satay. Very savory! And best paired with pho. 

Pad Thai. Now this is the best for me. I've tasted a lot of Pad Thai's here in the Metro but this simply stood out since I first tasted it last year when HuChi opened. Not to mention it has maintained its taste till now. Portion is good for sharing but I can finish this all to myself. Yum! 

Although dining at HuChi is different from dining at home, you can order your favorite meals via GrabFood. 

HuChi Southeast Eats 
LG Powerplant Mall
Makati City 


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