Hunger has always been my constant complaint in life. My conversations with friends usually starts like this:
Friend: How are you?
Me: I'm hungry
I've always been a huge eater because I really have this crazy metabolism. But I guess it's getting slower (most probably because of aging, hmph). My friends know that they either have to feed me or run away. haha.
Good thing my foodie friend, KC, went to the rescue one evening and brought me to one of her favorite places: Causeway. I haven't been to Causeway before but I was intrigued about this place for quite a long time. Well, I do love dimsum. A lot. :)
The interiors of Causeway is quite straightforward, surprisingly spacious actually. KC arrived before I did and she got the booth for us.
We started with the house tea while we were waiting for the dimsum cart to arrive at our table. Almost every dimsum is available in the cart except for the Hakao.
For dimsum, we had Spareribs with Tausi (Php 75), Crab Roe Siomai (Php 75), Beancurd Roll (Php 75), Siao Long Pao (Php 70) and Hakao (Php 95).
|Spareribs with Tausi|
|Crab Roe Siomai|
We also ordered Beef with Broccoli Flower (Php 310 for small) with Yang Chow Fried Rice (Php 210 for small).
|Beef with Broccoli Flower|
|Yang Chow Fried Rice|
Both dishes were more than enough for the two us. I guess the small servings are good for 3-4 persons.
Everything is better with my newest favorite drink, Watermelon Shake (Php 75)!
|Watermelon Shake <3|
Too bad my hunger can't wait for 9pm, but I'll go back for this I swear.
For bang for buck Chinese food, visit Causeway! I'd love to bring my whole family (especially my siomai monster little sister) here, I'm sure they'll have a great time. Just excuse the service though, I noticed that some of the staff were kinda snobbish. Still, it wouldn't stop me to revisit to grab some dimsum. :)
Causeway Seafood Restaurant
53 E. Rodriguez Avenue,
Other locations are Banawe, Congressional, and Timog Avenue