My pops just loves this restaurant. I swear, every time he comes to Manila he eats there every day, breakfast, lunch and dinner. I already ate here a couple of times already so I'm a bit familiar with their food. I love their congee and noodle soup and especially their sauteed squid. Their dim sum are a bit salty for me so is their lechon kawali but their asado is lovely though. Their fired rice is a bit oily and dry and salty. Do they have an obsession with salt or MSG? Their milk tea is okay but their black gulaman is too sweet. I love their spinach and nido soup. Crowded during lunch and dinner rush hour during the weekdays and a bit slower on weekends. Ambiance is okay but don't take a table near the door. It's hot and the temperature fluctuates since customers and waiters/waitress often open the door. Be prepared to wait for a while to be seated during the rush hour and wait even longer for your food.
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