Manila Chinatown Food Tour
Binondo is a district in Manila and is referred to as the city’s Chinatown and is the world’s oldest Chinatown. Its influence extends beyond to the places of Quiapo, Santa Cruz, San Nicolas. It is the oldest Chinatown in the world, established in 1594 created by Spanish Governor Luis Pérez Dasmariñas as a permanent settlement for Chinese immigrants.
1 Dong Bei Dumplings
Kuchay Pork Dumpling Kuchay Its Meaning Leeks
Chinese Pankake , stuffed with kuchay and minced pork cut into quarters.
We ordered the kiampong, a fried rice invented by the Filipino-Chinese of Binondo. It’s usually made with sticky rice, mushrooms and soy sauce giving it that earthy flavor.
Lechon Kawali (P140) Depp Fry Pork With Skean And Meat Filipino Dish this place its suggested also from the cnn.
Part of the revenue goes to helping the fire volunteers. It feels nice to enjoy a delicious meal that’s helping a cause.
3. New Po Heng
Lumpiah New Po Heng Lumpia is a little canteen tucked inside an old building they serve one of the best Chinese style lumpia in Binondo.
Chinese style fresh lumpia, is made of tofu, cabbage, carrots, lettuce, cilantro, ground peanuts and seaweed rolled together in a thin lumpia wrapper.
4.Quan Yin Chay
739 Ongpin Street, Binondo, Manila
Store Hours: Mon-Sun: 7am -9pm
Telephone: +63 2 2433357, +63 2 2410588
Vegetarian Food Our vegetarian pick Quan Yin Chay offers a vegetarian spin on famous dishes like sisig, barbecue, corn beef . We rec
ommend this restaurant to health enthusiast and vegetarians alike.
5 Lan Zhoun La Mien Binondo Manila
Hand Made noodles served with beef stew soup and vegeteables just delicous, its the 53 best restaunat in manila Tripadvisor Source
6. Filipino Street Food Yakitory Style
Take a look to our tour in Chinatown Binondo Manila