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Hap Chan Tea House and Restaurant

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Hap Chan started out as a small tea house in Manila in 1997 and now it has slowly grown, even reaching as far as Tacloban in central Visayas. They offer Filipino-Chinese favorites such as mami, lugaw, and dimsum.

I’ve first tasted their shrimp dimsum when I was in high school and the taste is simply incomparable. That’s the reason why I won’t ever be satisfied buying at dimsum stalls around the city.


Hap Chan Restaurant


I swear, Hap Chan Restaurant serves one of the best-tasting shrimp siomai! Your 80 pesos is worth it.

Hap Chan - Siomai

 

Rice Congee is a type of rice porridge which is usually served for sick people and infants. The Filipino term for congee is “lugao” (lugaw/lugau). You can easily differentiate the two from their toppings.

 

A large bowl of Bola Bola Congee for 60 pesos. You can choose from regular or large bowl sizes.

Hap Chan - Bola Bola Congee


Sliced Beef Congee for Php 60.

Hap Chan - Sliced Beef Congee


Hap Chan Tea House Branches:

  • Makati Avenue
  • Congressional Ave.
  • E. Rodriguez Sr. Ave.
  • West Ave.
  • Alabang – Filinvest Ave.
  • Brittany Bay
  • Ermita
  • M. Adriatico St.
  • Pedro Gil
  • Sta. Cruz
  • Market! Market!
  • The Mckinley Hill Arcade
  • Roxas Blvd. – Baclaran



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