Ching Kee Beef Noodle: The Best Shrimp Wanton

Ching Kee Beef Noodle: The Best Shrimp Wanton



This 15-seater restaurant is unassuming at best but is able to provide the Hong Kong City Food Vibe. The first thing you will probably notice is the smell, on your left side is where all the cooking happens and it’s a welcome scent for someone starving. The next one is that most of the people dining are Chinese, and most of them are even speaking in straight mandarin.

Once the waitress handed me the menu, you can see their wide selection of noodle soups and dumpling.

I’m not really a fan of tofu but I found this dish tasty and supplements our other orders.

Okay, so I’m sure you’re thinking that this is A LOT of wantons, and to be honest, I thought so too. You see from the perfectly thin wrapper that there is fresh shrimp in the center. Once I took my first bite, I was surprised there was this burst of heat at the center of the wanton. This was THE wanton I want. I never really differentiated the quality of wanton when I ate in other Chinese restaurants but this was just amazing. I can probably just have this with rice.

Another thing you can watch is how they make their wanton below:

Their beef was tender and tasty. This wasn’t really the best I’ve had but it’s on of the best you can find here in Manila. The noodles were springy and the soup was very rich in that beef flavor.

Ching Kee Beef Noodle is definitely a gem that I will come back to. The scents, the food and the atmosphere is just like what you would feel when in Hong Kong.  And if you ever visit, you need to try the shrimp wanton!! 

Ching Kee Beef Noodle

700 Banawe Street
Quezon City, Philippines

Contact Number: 5215759

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