Food Trip Friday: Mongkok

We’ve eaten at Mongkok twice already, and I’m including here the foods we’ve had on both occasions.

Cantonese Chow Mein, Php240.00

All four of us, three adults and one preschooler, agreed that this was delicious! We wanted our pancit to be a bit saucy, and we got what we wanted!

Lechon Kawali, Php 250.00

We regretted ordering this because it was cold and dry.

Chao Long Pao, Php70.00

Four pieces of Chao Long Pao were not enough for us. We liked this!

Duck Pao, Php75.00

I only had a small bite of this because I was already full from the chow mein and rice that I gobbled up. Both the duck meat and the siopao sauce were sweet, so we ended up eating only the duck pao without the sauce.

Pan-fried Shanghai Dumpling, Php75.00

The Chinese vinegar that they served enhanced the taste of this otherwise plain-tasting dumpling.

For our drinks, we ordered one glass of Sjora, bottomless, (Php70.00), and Jasmine tea (Php25.00). Mongkok doesn’t serve free tea like other Chinese restaurants.

The prices of food here are really affordable, plus we found something we liked. We will visit this place again for sure.

4th Level, Robinsons Galleria
Quezon City
Telephone No.: (02) 636-6416

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12 Responses to Food Trip Friday: Mongkok

  1. Lisa~~ says:

    Wish that I had such wonderful food like this available to me all the time.

    Cook Lisa Cook

  2. Luna Miranda says:

    the lechon kawali makes my heat beat faster.:p

  3. Jellybelly says:

    I love eating at Mongkok! I always order the salted fish fried rice. That lechon kawali makes me want to eat again and I just had lunch 🙂

  4. haven’t tried mongkok yet. I hope to have that duck pao you posted! 🙂
    happy weekend!

  5. rovie says:

    I love Chinese food! Wish I could have one now…

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  6. wasn’t impressed with their food. when i ordered noodle soup, it was too oily. my sis tried the lechon kawali and it was tough & dry. i’d rather go to North Park or Meylin.

  7. anne says:

    Mongkok is it the same with pancit canton?

  8. Darly says:

    had good memories of this place (food wise) when my mom and i went there to celebrate my 18th birthday… we prefer eating on sidewalk restos than the proper one, well first its much cheaper, and best tastes way better….

    have a fab weekend and hope you check out my FTF treat too 🙂

  9. Cheerful says:

    everything looks delicious…love to have those lechon kawali, yum! visiting late from FTF, hope you can visit me back! thanks and have a great week! 🙂

  10. Sarap naman ng family dinner nyo!

  11. Reminds me of my daily lunch break with former office mates, love the food in Mongkok!
    visiting late for ftf.

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