Banawe St. in Quezon City has the two C’s: Chinese food, and car parts. You can find both in abundance for cheap prices. The little Chinatown in QC is lined with restaurants to suit any foodie. Craving for fresh lumpia? How about some Taiwanese dumplings? It’s also in Banawe St. where I found some amazing noodles and the freshest seafood dishes. Check out my latest episode of Neighborhood Eats!

Recommendations:

I only visited three places, but it’s safe to say that you should hit up every restaurant along Banawe.

Muy Hong

Fresh Amoy Lumpia: P90

Pato Misua: P230

Kikiam: P100

Cha Misua: P185

 

Fung Wei Wu

Maki pork noodles: P160

 

Fook Yuen

Cream Crab noodles: seasonal price

Buttered chicken: whole: P350, half: P180

Hot and Sour soup: 200

Oyster Omelet: P290

 

For Chinese or Taiwanese food, be sure to check out:

Mandarin Sky

The Original Savory

Chinatown’s Best Food

Lam Tin Tea House

Hong Kong Eat Fresh

Causeway Seafood Restaurant

Tien Ma’s

King Chef Seafood and King Chef Dimsum

Sincere Café and Restaurant

Hugki Dumpling

Tramway Tea House

 

For Japanese:

Tempura Japanese Grill

Oedo

Maki Haus

 

For Singaporean:

Bugis

 

For Filipino and other cuisines:

Aristocrat

Meat Depot

JT’s Manukan

Chef Robert

 

Where should I go for my next neighborhood eats? Let me know in the comments!

Erwan Heussaff
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