Whenever we have team lunch outs, we always go Chinese, and once again we went Chinese and had lunch at Mongkok Dimsum and Noodles.
Mongkok is one of the usually crowded restaurants in Rockwell Business Center that we were asked to come earlier although I had already called for reservations.
What I love about Mongkok are the huge servings and it's affordability, that's why I opted to have my birthday lunch last time.
Mongkok has so many dishes to choose from, and here are some the delicious dishes we have tried:
Everyone loves siomai, so we ordered Mongkok Siomai (Php 80 for 4 pieces)
The siomai is so addicting! If only I could get more..
We ordered Fish Fillet with Taosi (Php 270)
I would always ask for a fish fillet dish whenever we go Chinese, and this is my usual choice. I like the tausi sauce that I mixed it with my rice.
We also got Boneless Chicken with Lemon Sauce (Php 260)
One of the surprisingly delicious dish we had is the Salt and Pepper Spareribs (Php 270)
If I were to try cooking Chinese, this might be the first one I'm going to cook.
Of course, we ordered noodles. And we got Cantonese Chow Mein (Php 260)
The noodles are so thin, but the sauce is so good that my tummy got heavy right away.
We ordered two kinds of fried rice: Yang Chow Fried Rice (Php 160 for small) and Mongkok Special Fried Rice (Php 240 for large)
I have tried both and the fried rice was already a meal itself.
I love Mongkok! I love that I always end up feeling so stuffed after eating. I like that it's so affordable compared to its neighboring restaurants. However, it can really get so crowded during lunch that the number of staff is not enough to pay attention to all the customers. I hope they add more staff to address this problem.
Nevertheless, I will keep on coming back.
Mongkok Dimsum & Noodles
Ground Floor, Tower 1
Rockwell Business Center
Other branches include SM Mall of Asia, Robinson's Galleria, Shangri-la Plaza Mall and many more