Ding How Comes Home!

1969 the Uytengsu family brought home the concept of Hong Kong tea houses in Cebu,  that was how Ding How was born. 

#lomi #noodle #soup for the soul he he he at one of the oldest #Chinese restaurants in #cebu Ding How

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Perhaps their most famous recipe is the steamed fried rice, a delicious concoction of fried rice, set in a bowl, steamed quickly and then topped with a meat and shrimp sauce that has become a unique chinoy dish, perhaps the precursor of what is now known as rice toppings.

Cabbage pouch #dimsum sum is ❤

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Through the years it grew into the Harbour City Group that has a number of restaurants and Dimsum Break, the express version of the original tea house.

Ding How recently reopened in Robinson’s Galleria Cebu after more than a decade hiatus to introduce a more upscale but casual dining experience from their fast-food franchise.

Foursome #yamcha feast, steamed #dimsum hmmm #chinese #food here at #cebu #foodpornshare #foodporn #asuszenfone

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With their classic dishes comes the selection of yamcha or Dim sum that made them famous. We tried it out today and was happy they had a number of seafood and vegetable dimsum options as SeriousPanda has been trying to avoid meat.

The menu is pretty extensive so we probably need to go back a couple more times before we can even go through half the menu.

Do enjoy =)

Food 4/5 Price 4/5 Portion 3/5 a pretty impressive 11/15 score.

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