Wednesday, October 26, 2011

Honor Tea House

Dim sum.
Short Orders.
Special Shabu-Shabu.
All in one place.

I think I've found another treasure in the middle of a bingo place, pet shops, a hot pot favorite and a government agency. Since DB and I were too lazy for shabu-shabu (not really in the mood to cook that time), we opted to order ala carte. We were expecting that since there are only three occupied tables that night, service would be fast. But it wasn't. And we were too lazy to even complain.

Anyway, here's what we ordered

Taiwan Pechay Sauteed in Garlic -- I love pechay! The garlic bits went well with the dish.

Sweet and Sour Fish Fillet -- Crispy on the outside, yummy on the inside. Definitely worth the wait.

White Chicken -- If you've been reading my blog for a while, you'll know by now that I love Hainanese and
White Chicken. No matter where we go, that's the first thing that I look for on the menu.
Yes, I am addicted to it like that. Honor's version was very tasty and tender,
just a bit dry though, and offers huge servings.

Best eaten with ginger sauce

We paid around Php500 for our meal which was a steal for the quality of food that they serve. In DB's words, "Another place we can go if we're looking for a decent meal on a budget."


Honor Tea House
Unit M-6 Lifestyle City
Hobbies of Asia, Macapagal Ave.
Pasay City, Metro Manila, Philippines
Tel.: (632) 836-8368

1 comment:

  1. A new place for foodie:)

    inggit ako syo...I can only eat chicken once kc allergic ako.. grh!

    The Sweet and Sour Fish Fillet looks yummy! and paying 500 for all the food you order is a great deal!


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