img_09652This is another Chinese restaurant that we frequent in malls.  They serve nice oriental dishes crisp and fast.  After eating at most of their branches for several times(we already tried Megamall in Ortigas, Promenade in Greenhills, Glorietta, Greenbelt (Big Buddha) in Makati, Trinoma, Eastwood in Quezon City)  Tina, Gabby and I already singled out their branch in Gateway Mall is the friendliest, especially the lady manager (on the chubby-side, sorry, can’t recall her name yet after dining there countless times) she who always take note if our orders were all given promptly and if the food tastes OK… Other than taste of dishes, service counts a lot.  My personal disappointment is only with their price, it became a little steeper than usual.  I can tell because there was a time last year that we ate at SBC, Gateway Mall almost once-to-twice a month. (I don’t know, there might have been drugs on the food that why we’re kind of addicted to it before -kidding on the drugs!)  Take it as one of the effects of global financial crisis?  huh? 

Nevertheless, resistance is futile, especially when one of our friends was craving for chinese, lol.

Last Friday, May 01, when most people were enjoying the holiday/Labor day at the beach or somewhere else, Tina, I and Gabby went to Trinoma Mall after checking out from our bed and breakfast stay at  Manila Pavilion to watch X-men Origins : Wolverine with two of our best friends.  At around past 4PM we bought tickets for 6:10PM screening then headed to SBC for an early dinner.  These are few of our favorites …

My son and I always like their freebie : a wooden bowl of PRAWN CRACKERS (refillable too!)

We had SEAFOOD BEANCURD SOUP, PhP 95 per order but I failed click my cam on those two bowls.



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And for desserts :   MANGO SAGO, PhP 80  and CRISPY BANANA BALLS, PhP 80.

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And Lipton Lemon/Red Iced Teas/Lemonade, bottomless, PhP 75.



Super Bowl of China, Trinoma

Unit 1135 Activity Center

Corner North EDSA, TriNoma

Tel No : (63-2) 916-6891.

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15 thoughts on “SUPER BOWL of CHINA

  1. Huy…

    Maybe you should try eating at Davids tea house in greenbelt. I think the food is better than Super bowl. Try the dimsum and beef hofan, duck its the best.

  2. There is one more chinese restaurant that we love to eat at… di ko maalala yung street but its called Hap Chang…. Its the road opposite of going to tomas morato pag galing ka ng sampaloc, tapos ang lusot nun eh SM North edsa, gets mo? The ambience is not so good b ut food wise and price its good. Madami branch yun but yung Malate branch and the one im telling you is the best. Try their dimsum, spareribs. shrimp mango salad, steamed fish fillet with ginger and onion…. gosh… I miss all the good food in Philippines. Try themm…

  3. Indeed that looks sumptuous. Just one question: do they use lots of MSG and salt? I love oriental dishes, but my number one enemy is MSG, then salt comes next. If I want to enjoy Chinese food, I have to rely on my friend caterer who knows how to make great dishes without using salt and MSG.

    However, hot oriental meals are a different winner, I agree.

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