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Three restos to satisfy your cravings for Chinese cuisine for the New Year

By: Marc Cosep January 25,2020 - 07:07 PM

Let’s eat our way to a long and successful life.

The cultural celebration of the Chinese New Year represents the start of a new year based on the lunisolar calendar which falls on January 25.

It’s traditionally celebrated in China, Korea, and Vietnam as well as countries with significant Chinese populations like Thailand, Malaysia, Singapore, and the Philippines.

Food plays a key role during these festivities, as many Chinese families will cook traditional dishes that incorporate ingredients believed to bring them luck, prosperity, and longevity in the coming year.

Although cooking, in the 21st century, has always been a go-to option nowadays; we’re here to help you give a run-down on the best Chinese restaurants in the city for your convenience. Trust us, you can say xiexie for days.

1. Harbour City-Dimsum House

This one is a no brainer. Harbour City has been in the business for as long as we can remember. From their classic Steamed Fried Rice to their Beef Hakaw or their Lumpia Shanghai, this restaurant has built its reputation as go-to Chinese Restaurant for our random cravings.

Grab a bite now at Harbour City, Level 3 Rotunda, Ayala Center Cebu.


2. Big Mao

Big Mao’s menu is a fusion of classic Chinese food with a few creative twist s. Its specialties include Yang Chow Fried Rice, Spare Ribs, and Chinese Fried Chicken. Big Mao is one of those highly recommended restaurants when you want to feel relaxed with its modern Chinese feel and with a touch of contemporary zen interiors.

Big Mao is located at Level 2 of The Terraces, Ayala Center Cebu.

3. Tin Gaw 

Located in Waterfront Cebu City Hotel and Casino, Tin Gaw offers the best “Tikoy” in Cebu, just in time for the Chinese New Year. For only P228, you dont need to go to far places just to get a load of this sweet treat. Make the celebration a lot more meaningful and sweeter with Tin Gow’s Tikoy Special. Drop by the Chinese restaurant to bring home the sweet snack or you may call Tin Gow at (032) 232-6888(local 8607).   

Drop by one of these Chinese restaurants and tell us your dining experience.

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