If you're on a budget and you love dumplings and porkchop, and you don't have any health problems, this is the place for you. Of course, if you're into hotels, and you want first-class food, THIS IS NOT THE PLACE FOR YOU.
This restaurant is famous for its breaded porkchop. They have rice toppings (porkchop, spareribs, I can't remember the rest, sorry), noodles (kuchay dumpling, meat dumplings, can't remember the rest...), mushroom meatball soup, cuapao (some kind of meat... I think...), frozen dumplings, frozen meatballs. There are a lot more, but I can't remember all of them.
Food I recommend: PORKCHOP!!! Better eat it while it's serve hot. If it gets cold or you reheat it, it's not that good anymore. But beware, 50% of it is composed of bread crumbs. Still delicious though. KUCHAY DUMPLING NOODLES!!! This noodle has 6 dumplings (which is a lot compare to other restaurants that only serve 4) in it.
Price: (as of March 31,2010) Rate: 47Peso = 1 US Dollar
Porkchop only - 76pesos = $1.62
Porkchop w/ rice = Around 100pesos = $2.12
Kuchay Dumpling Noodles = 100pesos = $2.12
If you're really hungry, you can order 1 set of porkchop rice and kuchay dumpling noodle.
BEWARE: If you're into healthy food, this is not the place for you.
As of March 31,2010, they have 3 branches:
1) 960 Masangkay St | Binondo, Manila (like the one posted above)
2) Ongpin corner Quintin Paredes (I don't know the specific address). The sign is in
Yellow. It has English and chinese characters on it. If you take public transportation,
LRT, get off at Carriedo station. Take a tricycle (costs around 25pesos ONLY) and tell
the person to drop you off at Binondo Church. If you're at the Binondo Church already,
Tasty is one minute walk away. (If you're facing the front entrance of Binondo Church,
Tasty is across the right side of the church). The restaurant is beside Eng Bee Tin
store, which everyone knows.
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