Location: 100-A Maria Clara Street, Quezon City; Little Baguio, J. Abad Santos St. cor Biak na Bato St., San Juan City
Telephone Number: 02-5168022 (Quezon City); 02-2349059 and 02-2966573 (San Juan City)
Opening Hours: 9:00am – 12:00am
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Eat Fresh Famous Hong Kong Street Food
Someone once told me he gained weight after eating at Eat Fresh Famous Hong Kong Street Food in Little Baguio.
Eat Fresh Famous Hong Kong Street Food is just famous to the residents of Quezon City and San Juan City. Both residents agree that Eat Fresh is a must must stop when having food trips to Quezon City and San Juan City. You cannot miss out their cheap, Hong Kong street food delicacies.
I chanced upon Eat Fresh when my friends are craving for Tuen Mun‘s duck rice. I wanted to try something different and it’s great that Tuen Mun allows its customers to order dishes from Eat Fresh since they also own the latter. So while the rest of my friends liked to eat their asado and duck combinations, I was excited to try out their street eats.
Hong Kong Style Fried Noodles – P60
Eat Fresh is best known for their claypot rice dishes. But if you know me well, I’m a big noodle person. So I got their Hong Kong style fried noodles that’s really cheap.
It reminds me of the Hong Kong noodles you get to eat in food carts. It isn’t much but the serving is large for the price of P60.
Curry Fish Balls – P28
And the Curry Fish Balls aren’t that awesome compared to Macau’s Tai Lei Loi Kei chain, but it’s the closest you can get here in Manila.
Hong Kong Pancake / Waffle – P65
Eat Fresh’s Hong Kong style pancakes ~ need I say more? Don’t we all miss eating this while walking the streets of Tsim Sha Tsui?
Nai Cha – P70
I love, love, love Eat Fresh / Tuen Mun’s Nai Cha. They use Holland’s Black and White Milk in their Milk Tea, just like TuanTuan Chinese Brasserie. It’s sweet and I can really finish this in five minutes. They also serve Hot Nai Cha (P60) if you like hot drinks.
Fried Siomai – P38
Their fried siomai isn’t that good. You’ll have to check which street foods are available too. Anyway, I’m not too crazy about their street foods.
People flock at Eat Fresh Hong Kong Famous Street Food to grab a quick bite that’s light and easy to the pocket. The Laksa in steamboat is one of their bestselling dishes that people say are worth coming back for.
Eat Fresh Famous Hong Kong Street Food is featured in:
TheFoodie’s Ultimate Guide to Restaurants in Banawe, Quezon City
Top 15 Most Popular Restaurants in Little Baguio, San Juan City
Eat Fresh Famous Hong Kong Street Food Rating:
|Taste and Originality:||( 2.5 / 5)|
|Customer Experience:||( 3 / 5)|
|Value for Money:||( 3 / 5)|
|Brick and Mortar:||( 2.5 / 5)|
|Average:||(2.8 / 5)|