Little Chinatown - BF Resort Las Pinas


Chinese food is not new for us Filipinos, it's been with us for centuries now (if I'm not mistaken). Filipinos favorite are noodle dish and dumplings. I have dine in so many authentic Chinese restaurants when I had a vacation in Singapore and Hong Kong few years ago and dining here in the Philippines is somehow (a little) different, in cooking method, spices and ingredients used. Oyster sauce, soy sauce are the few common ingredients used in cooking Chinese dishes and even Filipino dishes. 


Here at Little Chinatown at BF Resort Las Pinas offers good quality Chinese dishes for an affordable price.


Hakao (shrimp dumpling) with complimentary hot tea. For 60 php / 1.40 USD you get to enjoy 3 pcs of Hakao.


4 pcs of Pork and Shrimp Siomai for 60 php / 1.40 USD. This dumpling is way better than Henlin and Chowking.


For less than 200 php / 4.60 USD you get to have a generous serving of Meaty Pancit Canton - with lots of pork and veggies. 

This restaurant is within the neighborhood and prices are very affordable.  Open from Monday to Sunday 11am to 11pm.

Little Chinatown - BF Resort Las Pinas

18 comments

  1. Yes and we embrace Chinese cuisine! And aside from that, most of the Chinese Filipinos are ones who have businesses in Chinese food and service restaurants.

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  2. Yum. I love dimsum. I have an aunt who is not very much into it so we often tease her that we will be eating dimsum whenever she goes out with us. hehehe

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  3. Different countries give different twists when it comes to Chinese food. Good that you got to taste some authentic dishes and prices are very reasonable too

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  4. Meaty canton looks super yummy and healthy with veggies. I must say quite cheap at $4 around dollars.

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  5. Although the food doesn't seem to appear special, you can't mess up Hakaw! I'd go for that any day.

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  6. This restaurant is really affordable. Mostly I'm basing on the price of the hakao. PhP 60 for 3 pieces is quite the standard. :)

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  7. This food looks delicious. I loooove chinese food. These prices are ridiculously reasonable!!! Awesome.

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  8. Looove Chinese food! Now I'm craving!

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  9. I'd love some Hakao right now! The dishes look great and it's good to know that the prices are affordable. In the end, many look for great deals.

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  10. Php 60 is super cheap for Hakao. They're usually a lot more expensive in most Chinese restaurants that I've been to. I hope to visit this one. It should be near lang if there's no traffic in Alabang-Zapote. Hahaha.

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  11. Looks interesting. But I guess it's not good for veggies like me!!!

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  12. They didn't look appetizing, but I'm glad it taste good + it's affordable! That's the most important thing~

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  13. The food looks good, and it's nice that the prices are affordable. I'd love to try the Hakao!

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  14. Presentation wise doesnt look so appealing like what Tiffanu said but it's the taste that matters right? :)
    Sadly here in Malaysia finding Filipino cuisine is hard.

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  15. Little Chinatown would be a great place to have Chinese food. Their food looks tasty and their price is affordable.

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  16. With all the Chinese restaurants around, it is sometimes confusing already where you tasted what. This is I guess more for residents of BF only.

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  17. This sounds like a great place to get good food. I'm a fan of Chinese food but the ones we get here don't taste that great at all.

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  18. I love dim sum and cantonese fried noodles. The food is nice and prices are quite reasonable also.

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