Syrup + French Butter = Makes me feel like it’s a pancake! YUMMM!
But no. It’s a french toast.
I’m a sucker for tea!!!!!!! Milk Tea.
This is the only flavor that I always buy in Golden Chopsticks. hahaha!
Scrumptious and Affordable!
Jumbo Pao- Mix of asado and bola-bola with salted egg and chorizo.
Top 6 in Top 10 Siopao in Manila
The Top 10 Siopao in Manila. Click here!
Of course. Again. If you see any Filipino-Chinese dish here in my blog it’s because of none other than father dear who obviously loves mami, pancit, siopao, lomi, and what have you.
Another midnight snack with family at 11:30-ish P.M.
My parents ordered the same.
Influenced by the idea of Wai Ying Fastfood’s milk tea!They have their house tea mixed with canned milk, I could really identify which canned milk they used.
So if you’re a tea lover and craving for one right now, you just need the following:
- Canned milk. Anything that you prefer to use.
- Tea bag. Depends on your taste, it could be Jasmine tea, Lipton tea, Oolong tea or whatever you have in your lovely pantry.
- Don’t forget the ice cubes!!! It won’t be complete without it.
The processing. It’s as easy as re-blogging!
- You have to boil a water to extract the tea. Once you have extracted the tea with a hot water, let it cool for 5-10 minutes. Don’t forget to get rid of the tea bag.
- Pour the milk of your choice then put the ice cubes.
- Voila! A homemade milk tea!!!
The one that I used because It’s the only tea that we have in our pantry. The tea is really good. The right tea for me for its strong flavor.
No need for me to go out and buy. Yayyy! IShould have removed the spoon. hahahaha!
So I googled Irish breakfast tea, the one that I used and I read that in Ireland, most people drink tea with milk and it is traditionally major part of their diet. Oooh!!! I just dropped some knowledge here.
While sitting and looking at the photos of a very random shoot with my friend, Mara on a late Saturday afternoon, my phone rang and my sister was asking me out to dinner. Hurriedly saying yes without even knowing which restaurant we’re gorging to, all she said was at Binondo. Excitement rushed through my veins. I haven’t eaten there for so long, the last time I went there was last December of 2009 with my college friends and I have the fondest memory of my family there since we used to celebrate small celebrations at Chuankee Fastfood, the oldest fastfood in Chinatown. So, I packed my things and tagged along Mara with me.
Tried their milk tea because I’m a sucker for teas. Milk teas, actually.
Their milk tea is soooo good. The taste of the tea is actually stronger than the milk. I like it like that!
Hakaw, it’s packed with real whole prawns. One of their best sellers!
I always love chillies!
Chong Fan has four variations: plain, asado, shrimp, and beef. My sister ordered asado since they don’t have shrimp anymore. The soy sauce was good. Real good!
Wanton Bihon (Php100.00)
Steamed Tofu (Php50.00)
Chicken Noodles (Php100.00)
A very busy place.
So fascinated about these round-bottomed flasks so I have to take a picture of it. Looks like I’m in a Science laboratory. I think this is where they mix the soy sauce with something. I should have asked the guy in white shirt.
Radish Cake- Php60.00
So thrilled whenever I see scenes like this. I bet you only see this in Chinatowns and Chinese restaurants.
My lovely sister and me. I haven’t gotten the other photos from Mara. I’ll update this very soon!
After gorging ourselves to Chinese food, we tried to do some a bit wandering around the place although it was so late. While making our way to Divisoria, We saw this Megaworld High End Luck Chinatown Mall which has Starbucks, Aldo, Charles & Keith, Adidas, just to name a few. I was wondering how come they put such a high-end mall near to 168 mall, Tutuban and Divisoria mall? Kinda weird. We walked from Wai Ying Fastfood to Divisoria, from there we rode jeepney going to Recto then Balic-Balic.
Wai Ying Fastood is located at Benavidez St., Binondo, Manila, Philippines.