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Estero Food Alley serves dishes that reflect the fusion of Chinese and Filipino culture. This is where you go for out-of-the-ordinary delicacies like Frogs Legs and Soup No. 5 (Filipino soup with bull’s testes). Their chicken items—whether garlic, buttered, or sweet & sour—are also worth a try.
This restaurant has three floors, mind you. But despite that, it gets busy during the weekends, holidays and peak hours. Ask your favorite Fil-Chi person to recommend to you a classic Binondo Chinatown Restaurant, this will be mentioned for sure!
They have an extensive menu, and I might be a little biased here, but you should try their hakaw. It's amazing! I secretly judge Chinese restaurants by how their hakaws are served, and Ying Ying passed the test with flying colors!
Known for Lanzhou-style noodles as a specialty among a wide range of Chinese dishes that are all bang for the buck! make sure to try their lamien noodles, which are hand-pulled. A bowl of noodles can already satisfy 2-3 people- perfect for your next barkada food crawl!