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Here in the Philippines, Siomai is the most commonly associated food to those who are Chinese. How could one not? The Siomai is a ball of ground pork rolled up and wrapped up in wanton wrapper before being steamed in a bamboo steamer in the usual Chinese restaurants. But not all siomai are the same. There are also a wide-variety of siomai and dimsum that can satisfy one’s adventure for Chinese Hawker food.
Wai Ying Fast Food
Wai Ying Fast Food is known for their assorted variety of siomai and dimsum which people can have at affordable prices. They also have main courses that go with the dimsum like the Toasted Duck Rice, slathered in the drippings of the Toasted Duck to give it a smoky flavour and aroma. They also have the all-time favourites such as their pork siomai, asado siopao, bola-bola siopao, and many others. But they also have exotic kinds such as their beef wontons in curry and century egg siomai! They’re also known for their variety of duck dishes which definitely makes a good partner up with their dimsum. But their best seller is known to be the Asado Noodles – noodles with roasted pork that can be enjoyed with their affordable dimsum.
Causeway Seafood Restaurant
This particular restaurant is known for their famous promos of having dimsums at 50% off at a certain time. They also have a variety of dimsums and siomai that will definitely please your pallet. One of their more favoured ways of eating the dimsum is eating an order of Xiao Long Bao with Ma Tzang (sticky rice wrapped up with bamboo leaves). But you don’t just have to go there for the dimsum. Their Spinach Seafood Soup is definitely a heart-warmer on a cold rainy season. Causeway also has their vegetarian siomai and dimsum such as their kutchay dumpling and bean curd roll. But one of the favourites for more exotic tastes is their Steamed Fish Head. While for some it’s normal to eat a fish’s head, others wouldn’t entertain the thought. But steamed in a wonderful soy and satay sauce truly brings out the flavour while taking out the fishy taste that most people avoid.
David’s Tea House
One of the few Tea Houses from the past that remain. David’s Tea House is also known for their Beef Hofan noodles and their congee. However, their real killer punch is their Hakaw. Made from the freshest of shrimps and steamed to perfection, their Hakaw won’t stick to the dish it’s served on and is a total flavour burst experience at each and every bite. Also, they’re one of the few restaurants that sell filled donughts. They may not have cream inside but their honey glazed donughts are worth their weight and not just all air. Feeling that you didn’t eat enough? David’s Tea House also offers Bulk Orders and chilli garlic sauce by the bag for a good snack to take home.
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