Growing up in a community where dimsum and noodles were an everyday snack was one of the best memories I have ever had. For tourists and locals who said there wasn’t much things to do in Manila, please add going to Binondo in your list.
Because I was craving for some Chinese food, I brought Marti to my favourite restaurants in Chinatown, Binondo.
*Masuki should be in the list. We weren’t able to go because rain started to fall and we didn’t have an umbrella.
What to eat here: Porkchop (probably as big as my face or bigger!) with rice plus soya milk
Address: Moved to 641 Norberto Ty corner Yuchengco Street, Binondo, Manila
President Tea House
What to eat here: Hakaw, salted egg pao, and EVERYTHING on the menu
Address: 809 Salazar Street, Binondo, Manila
Eng Bee Tin
What to buy here: Every flavour of hopia, peanut bar, and almond cake
Address: 628 Ongpin Street, Binondo, Manila
- Binondo Church and Park