Binondo food trip

8 Must Try Binondo Restaurants – Food Trip Binondo

Binondo is the oldest Chinatown in the world. It’s been one of the favorite places of many food-lovers because of the variety of food you can try.

Since most restaurants and must-eat places in Binondo are very accessible, we suggest walking around the area instead of driving. Parking in Binondo is tricky, and the streets are tiny.

When going around Binondo, be wary of your belongings because pickpockets can be anywhere.

Here are some of the restaurants and their bestsellers you can try when you do Food Trip Binondo:

New Po Heng Lumpia House

New Po Heng Lumpia House Binondo Must try

New Po Heng Lumpia House is located at Carvajal St. Binondo, Manila.
They are open from Monday to Saturday from 9:30 am to 5:30 pm.

Their best seller is their fresh lumpia. It includes tofu, cabbage, carrots, lettuce, ground peanuts, seaweed, and a thin lumpia wrapper.

Contact Number: 07-7531891

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Shanghai Fried Siopao

Shanghai Fried Siopao Binondo Must Eat

Shanghai Fried Siopao is located at 828 Ongpin St. Cor. Bahama Street, Binondo Manila. They are open from Monday to Sunday from 7:00 am to 6:00 pm.

Their famous Shanghai Fried Siopao is made from 100% Pure Ground Pork and made from scratch every day.

They are available daily for take-out, pick-up, and delivery!

Contact Number: 02-87340886

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Cafe Mezzanine

Cafe Mezzanine Must Try in Binondo

Cafe Mezzanine is located at 650 Ongpin St, Binondo, Manila. It is located on the 2nd floor and known to be The Fireman’s Coffee Shop. They are open Daily from 9:00 am to 9:00 pm.

We love this cafe because all the revenue of Cafe Mezzanine is donated to Binondo Paco Fire Search and Rescue Brigade. They have been featured in CNN as one of the Must Visit in Ongpin Binondo. 

They are famous for their Soup No.5 – Made from bulls’ testicles. Some of our favorites include XiaoLongBao, Lava Pao, and Kiampong.

You may also visit their website to see their full menu to set your budget. Here is their website link:

Contact Number: 0917-8289902

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Sincerity Cafe & Restaurant

Sincerity Restaurant in Binondo. Must Visit Binondo Food Trip

Sincerity Restaurant is located at 497 Yuchengco St, Binondo, Manila. They are open daily from 9 am to 9 pm.

Sincerity Customers usually order their Sincerity Chicken and Fried Rice as starters.
Another best seller is their kikiam, and it works well when you dip it in their gravy. If these are still are not enough, you can also try their Oyster Cake.

This budget-friendly restaurant is perfect for quick meals and for groups and sharing.

You can also visit their other branches at Binondo Chinatown, San Juan, Banawe, Lucky Chinatown Mall, Robinson’s Magnolia, and Megamall.

Contact Number: 02-82419991
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Dong Bei Dumplings

Dong Bei Dumplings. Must Try in Binondo

Dong Bei Dumplings is located at 642 Yuchengco Corner V. Tytana Street Binondo. They are open Monday to Saturday (8:30 am to 7 pm) and Sunday (8:30 am to 6 pm)

Dong Bei Dumplings is for you if you are craving authentic homemade dumplings from the Northeast of China.

You can watch how they made dumplings right in front of your eyes. You can be sure that the dumplings your getting are fresh.

Note that the place is small, so there might be long lines and waiting times if you plan to dine in.

Crowd-favorite is Kutchay with Pork Dumplings and their XiaoLongBao. What makes their Kutchay Pork Dumpling good is it goes well with the sauce. 

Contact Number: 02-82418912

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Salazar Bakery

Salazar Bakery. Must Visit in Binondo

Salazar Bakery is located at 783 Ongpin Street, Binondo, Manila.

They are open from Monday to Sunday from 6:00 am to 7:00 pm. 

Salazar Bakery is known for its crowd-favorite hopia, traditional pastries, and freshly-baked bread. It’s been the go-to bakery of the people of Binondo since 1947. 

Hopia (Lotus Cream with Salted Egg) is one of our favorites! It would be best if you tried it. Most of their hopias are crowd favorite, so pick whatever suits your tastebuds. 

Another bestseller from Salazar is their Tikoy Roll and Tikoy with Peanut. Even if it’s not Chinese new year, we suggest you try these. It’s perfect for your food trip and pasalubong!

We have created this post: Salazar Bakery: Everything You Should Know

Contact Number:02-87331397 or 02-87331392

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Lan Zhou La Mien

Lan Zhou La Mien. Must Try In Binondo

Lan Zhou La Mien is located on the first floor of Lucky Chinatown Mall. They are open daily from 9 am to 6 pm in their Lucky Chinatown Branch, and 8:30 am to 7:30 pm on their Masangkay Branch.

They are famous for their authentic hand-pulled noodles. Their best sellers are Beef La Mien – usually suitable for 2pax and Kutchay Dumplings. 

You can ask the staff to split the dish into two. 

Contact Number: 0917-8266888

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Ying Ying Tea House

Ying Ying Tea House. Must Try in Binondo

Ying Ying Tea House is located at 233-235 Dasmarinas st. Corner Yuchengo st. Binondo. They are open daily from 7 am to 10 pm.

It’s a typical Chinese resto, and sometimes there’s a waiting line. You should expect a packed place during lunchtime. So bring a lot of patience with you.

The amount of serving is suitable for groups. Their best sellers include Shrimp Hakaw, Lechon Kawali, Pork Siomai, and Soy Chicken.

Contact Number: 02-53109031

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Ang Tunay Beef House

Prawn with Garlic. Photo by Jade Tamboon

You can locate Ang Tunay Beef House at 825 Gandara Street, Manila. They are open Monday to Saturday (7 am to 9 pm) and Sunday (7 am to 2 pm)

It’s not usually part of a Binondo food trip, but this place is truly a hidden gem. Aside from their beef soups, they also serve good Chinese and seafood dishes. The price is very affordable as well. 

One of their bestsellers is their Beef soup. You should also try their Sibut

Our favorite is their Prawns with Garlic in Lapu-Lapu-like sauce. 

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What other restaurants that we miss? Let us know in the comment section to add them to our Binondo Food Trip Part 2 Blog. 

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  1. Wow I love your list. I haven’t been there yet, I want to visit those with dumplings and noodles

  2. Thank you for sharing complete details po and mukhang masarap lahat ng food nila kaya must visit yan para matikman 😍

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