Wednesday, June 29, 2011

Craving for Chinese Food: Kim Po Tea House


Last Sunday, after the boyfriend and I had quite and eventful day of church and his school activities, we were bustling around Banawe for our dinner. After going from one end to another,(because we were looking for something in the area that we havent been to before) we finally settled into this Chinese restaurant named Kim Po Tea House.

It was already 9:30PM and way near their closing, but they still accommodated us. I had the Asado Rice (Php105), my favorite, and it was sweet and yummy.

The boyfriend, who is loading up on carbs ordered Beef Brisket Rice (Php100) and YangChow Fried Rice (Php80). The beef brisket rice's aroma was inviting. It was even stuffed in a cute tin bowl so the beef looked really succulent and they're just so soft. I must remember have some next time we visit there.

For our side dishes, we had dimsum. The Shrimp Puff (Php70) is their newest dimsum on the menu. Wrapped in fried dimsum wrapper, the shrimp puff is best served with mayo. We also ordered Taosi Spareribs (Php70), a typical yet delicious side dish that we always try whenever were in Chinese Restaurants.


We were supposed to order Schezuan Bean Curd but it was already out since they were closing soon. Now I'm looking forward to go to Kim Po again for the yummy experience. Five stars because their prices are reasonable and give value for your money.


Kim Po Tea House is located at 706 Banawe St., Siena, Quezon City.

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