Four hungry tummies got together one Sunday and found themselves at one of the oldest Chinatown in the world. Aside from the rich history and culture, Manila‘s Binondo is also one of the famous gastronomical wonders in the Philippines. One can spend hours and hours enjoying the different Chinese cuisine and may not really get enough of it. You’ll still be clamoring for more (this was my 3rd time)!
For this food, laugh and walking trip, the four hungry tummies spent about P1,400.00 ($34.00) on dimsums, dumplings, noodles and sweet nibblers in 5 food spots and then some in a span of 5 hours. Talk about exercise for our stomachs and our weary souls!
*We visited Wai Ying, Dong Bei dumplings, Tasty Dumplings, Caffe Mezzanine, Shanghai Fried Siopao and Eng Bee Tin. If you’re going on a weekend, I suggest to go there on a Saturday since there were a couple of stores on our list that were closed during Sundays.