Le Ching Tea House at Greenhills Shopping Center

We were at Greenhills Shopping Center earlier this month to buy a Lego set for our birthday boy. After our son finally decided what he wanted, we went to Le Ching Tea House to have lunch before heading home.

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Taosi Chicken Feet, Php115.00

Hubby insisted on ordering Taosi Chicken Feet. It was tasty and slightly sweet and spicy. It wasn’t fall-off-the-bone tender but was delightful nonetheless.

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Beef Brisket Rice, Php178.00

After an interesting appetizer came hubby’s Beef Brisket Rice. This is actually his favorite item on Le Ching Tea House’s menu, and I couldn’t blame him. The meat was so soft and so flavorful, and the serving was generous, too. Good choice!

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Fish Tofu Rice, Php178.00

This Fish Tofu Rice was mine. It was nice! Soft breaded fish fillet and fried cubed tofu was served with a slightly sweet sauce and lots of rice.

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Asado Pao (2 pcs.), Php110.00

Our son chose to have Asado Pao, instead of a rice meal. He wasn’t able to finish everything, though, as he was already full after the first piece. He said he liked the taste but not the slightly chewy pork.

While Le Ching Tea House has a simple and plain interior, I noticed that a lot of people eat here. We even saw a former actor with his family having lunch there also during our visit. I think that’s because their food is affordably delicious.

Le Ching Tea House
Lower Ground Level, Greenhills Shopping Center
Greenhills, San Juan City

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Domino’s Pizza Will Open in Tutuban Center This August

American restaurant chain Domino’s Pizza continues its aggressive expansion in the Philippines by becoming the newest tenant of Tutuban Center last June 30, 2015.

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Left to right: Jayson Aguirre, Leasing Associate; Sylvia Tecson, Tutuban Center VP for Leasing and Marketing; Jerson Miranda, Business Development Manager for Domino’s Pizza; Louie Reyes, Business Development Officer for Domino’s Pizza, Armilyn Permalino, Cadet Engineer for Domino’s Pizza; Ron Sugapong, OIC-Tutuban Properties, Inc. and CFO for Prime Orion Philippines, Inc.

Jerson Miranda, Business Development Manager for Domino’s Pizza, said they specifically recommended Tutuban to be one of the areas to tap for the expansion. He added, “When we saw the potential of pizza in the place, we knew we were in the right direction. For Tutuban, we are aiming for a 40/60 type of business, 60 of which will be dining.”

Domino’s Pizza aims to open 30 stores this year. The Tutuban branch, which will open in August, will be the brand’s 22nd outlet.

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Razon’s of Guagua at Robinsons Galleria

One Sunday in June, we found ourselves at the Food Court of Robinsons Galleria ordering dinner from Razon’s of Guagua. We had three of their Nasilog meals, namely the Longsilog, Tapsilog and Sisig Meal, and yes, we ordered their famous Halo-Halo, too.

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Longsilog, Php155.00

This Longsilog was for our son. He ate this with gusto. He also enjoyed dipping his longganisa in spiced vinegar.

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Tapsilog, Php170.00

I opted to have the Tapsilog because the Bangus Meal was not available. The serving size was just right, and the tapa was nicely seasoned, but it was a bit tough to chew.

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Sisig Meal, Php185.00

The Sisig Meal was hubby’s choice. He shared some of it with me, and we both liked it. It was slightly spicy like how we wanted it to be, but the serving size was small.

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Halo-Halo, Php105.00

Our visit to Razon’s would never be complete without having their famous Halo-Halo, one of our absolute favorites. This Halo-Halo uses simple ingredients (finely shaved ice, leche flan, milk, sweet macapuno and bananas), but the combination is perfect. When you mix everything, what you have is a glass of creamy, not-so-sweet, delicious and satisfying dessert. It’s totally irresistible!

We’ll be coming back for their Bangus Meal, Dinuguan and Puto, and of course, their Halo-Halo.

Razon’s of Guagua
Ground Floor, Food Court
Robinsons Galleria
Quezon City

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