Ain't Nothin But a Chi-Town Food Trip at Xiao Nan Men

Every Chinese New Year, lots of Filipinos head over to Chinatown to celebrate the occasion and eat lots of Chinese food. I don't know why you have to go that far when you can eat authentic Chinese food in Banawe, Quezon City. After taking a look at the menu of Xiao Nan Men, I was surprised at how affordable the food there is. Of course, the quality of the food is still tremendous.

Xiao Long Bao 9pcs. (P199)

Who doesn't like a good ol' serving of XLB? They definitely nailed it with their version and it is best eaten when it just landed on your table.

Porkbelly (Deepfried)

The pork belly is super crunchy and that is exactly the way I like it. Kudos to their chef for coming up with a dish like this.

Stir-Fried Garlic Taiwan Sausage (P199)

You know what they say, ain't nothing like a Taiwan sausage party. It is not exactly the type of party I prefer but I loved that their sausage came with bell pepper and onions. It is a great fit.

Ja Chang Noodles (P159)

I love noodles and their Ja Chang Noodles is a dish after my own heart. It had a lot of pork and a cool concept of separating the soup from the dry noodles and pork.

Three Cups Chicken (P199)

The Three Cups Chicken was my favorite dish of the night because it was so flavorful. I can send it had lots of greens and garlic too and that only added to its deliciousness.

Beef w/ Bell Pepper Fried Rice (P199)

Scrambled Egg w/ Special Sauce (P199)

The Scrambled Egg had a special sauce that reminded me of giniling which is actually a good thing. It is perfect to be paired with the meat dishes.

Stinky Tofu in Special Sauce (P199)

Deep Fried Porkchop

I could not find the price of the porkchop on the online menu but I can safely assume it is also P199. Their food is so cheap and good that I am not surprised why there are so many people who eat here.

Xiao Nan Men
G/F Z Square Mall

0 (mga) komento:

Mag-post ng isang Komento