I decided to accompany a coworker who had a sudden craving for noodles and dimsum. Since this brand of Le Ching Tea House is some short distance from our office, we took our lunch here.
My friend ordered a hearty Wanton Noodle Soup (Php165) and Siomai (Php105) while I got myself a Spare Ribs rice topping (Php168) and an order of Taro Puff (Php119).
I found the viand portion of the rice topping a bit short; it more made up of bones rather than meat. The taro puffs were served piping hot and tasted as good as I expected.
Similar to its Greenhills branch, this Le Ching branch boasts no frills or fancy decor; just tables and chairs and a lone server. Its interiors are sparse to the point of being a bit dingy.
However, to those who grew up on the taste of its Chinese food offerings, Le Ching is adequate for their cravings.
This branch is located Timog corner Mother Ignacia Street, Quezon City.
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