Originally popular just in Quezon City, Eat Fresh Famous Hong Kong Street Food (thankfully just called Eat Fresh) has seen an influx of customers from all over the Metro due to the opening of other locations. This article is going to focus on Eat Fresh Banawe in Quezon City. They’re a little hidden, but their enormous sign and always-filled parking lot make them easy to find, particularly during rush hour. Don’t be concerned with their tiny exteriors. There’s additional seating inside since they know you’ll be there after you discover the finest items from the Eat Fresh menu.
Here is the latest Eat Fresh Menu with prices in the Philippines:
|Beef Noodle Soup||240|
|Beef Tendon Noodle Soup||240|
|Beef Wanton Noodle Soup||295|
|Wanton Noodle Soup||240|
|Char Kway Teow||280|
|Hk Style Fried Noodles||85|
|Asado Bun (Per Piece)||70|
|Jumbo Siomai (4 Pieces)||160|
|Asado Siopao (2 Pieces)||150|
|Hakaw (4 Pieces)||175|
|Jumbo Bola Bola Siopao||250|
|Beancurd Roll (3 Pieces)||160|
|Taosi Spareribs Rice||185|
|Curry Beef Brisket Rice||240|
|Curry Beef Tendon Rice||240|
|Beef Brisket Rice||230|
|Beef Tendon Rice||230|
|Chinese Sausage w/ Mushroom and Chicken||270|
|Fish Fillet w/ Garlic||195|
|Beef Tendon In Bowl||385|
|Sal;t and Pepper Fish Fillet||320|
|Beef Brisket and Tendon in Bowl||395|
|Beef Brisket in Bowl||385|
|Butter Fried Chicken||295|
|3 Kinds of Mushroom w/ Vegetables||320|
|French Beans Minced Pork||360|
|Salted Egg Chicken||325|
|Eggplant Minced Meat with Salted Fish||320|
|Salt and Pepper Squid||380|
|Salt and Pepper Tofu||280|
|Salted Egg Prawn||455|
|Sweet and Sour Fish Fillet||320|
|Salt and Pepper Spareribs||370|
|Seafood Hotpot with Tofu||370|
|Salt and Pepper Intestine||380|
|Sweet and Sour Pork||370|
|Fish Fillet Ampalaya||320|
|Fried Intestine with Leeks||320|
|Beef Brisket Ampalaya||395|
|Beef Brisket Broccoli||395|
|HK Milk Tea w/ Pearl||115|
|Pork Century Egg Congee||180|
|Bola Bola Congee||180|
|Fish Fillet Congee||180|
|Yakitori (2 sticks)||155|
|Yakisausage (2 sticks)||175|
|Custard Egg Bun||150|
|Milo Bun (3 pieces)||150|
|Kaya Bun (3 pieces)||150|
|Special Fried Rice||125|
|Salted Egg Chicken rice||215|
|Cereal Chicken Rice||215|
|HK Salted Fish Fried Rice (Good for 2)||250|
|Frozen Asado Siopao (5 pieces)||300|
|Frozen Hakaw (16 pieces)||620|
|Frozen Chicken Feet (500g)||350|
|Frozen Jumbo Siomai (20 pieces)||650|
|Laksa Kit (Good for 2)||260|
|Frozen Bola Bola Siopao (5 pieces)||300|
|Frozen Jumbo Bola Bola||220|
|Beef Brisket (500g of Meat)||800|
|Frozen Taosi Spareribs (500g)||500|
|Fried Wanton (30 pieces)||350|
|Beef Tendon (500 g of Meat)||800|
|Frozen Beancurd Roll (12 pieces w/ sauce)||450|
|Steamed Wanton (25 pieces)||600|
|HK White Chicken Bulk||220|
|Roast Pork Combination (Good for 2 to 3)||580|
|Lechon Macau Bulk||400|
|Roast Duck Cold Cuts Plate (Good for 2 to 3)||880|
|Roast Duck Bulk||750|
|HK Soy Chicken Bulk||220|
|Lechon Macau Topping||215|
|White Chicken Topping||215|
|Double Roast Combo (Except Roast Duck)||235|
|Soy Chicken Topping||215|
|Roast Duck Topping||355|
|Roast Duck + 1 Roast Combo||375|
|Century Egg with Jelly Fish||280|
Eat Fresh Menu
The Banawe neighborhood is very fond of restaurants that are influenced by the Asian tradition of street cuisine. Eat Fresh is a restaurant in Banawe that provides comfort cuisine inspired by Hong Kong and Singapore. Some of the dishes served here include delicious and reasonably priced dim sum, street food and clay pot rice toppings, curries, fried noodles, and more.
Eat Fresh Bestsellers
Listed below are some of the bestselling items from the Eat Fresh Menu.
It would be foolish to wait for a seat at Eat Fresh without trying out their specialty: the claypot rice dishes. It’s packed with umami flavor, but not too rich that it will spoil your appetite. The best ones to get are our favorite Beef Tendon, Curry Beef Brisket, and Salted Fish & Minced Pork. However, word of caution: these claypot rice dishes are good for two to three people. We ordered one for each person our first time and while delicious, it was a tough task to finish it all. The Beef Tendon can be a bit chewy, but it’s well worth the effort.
Another absolute must-have is their Laksa. They serve it piping hot, so be careful. This noodle dish is so good that if you’ve ever been to Hong Kong, you can attest that it’s almost as good as the ones served there. The toppings are generous, as well. If you’re like me and not crazy for all things spicy, then you’ll be happy to know that the spice level is quite bearable. However, you can always ask them to make it spicier if that’s your preference. Just like most of their offerings, this dish is also good for two people.
You can also try Bugis’s Laksa!
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Hong Kong Style Fried Noodles
If you’re a big believer in the saying that simplicity is beauty, then this dish will surely tickle your fancy. Eat Fresh’s Hong Kong style is an absolutely stunning example that good food doesn’t have to be complicated. This noodle dish is basically bean sprouts, fried noodles, and spices all tossed in sesame oil. Pair this with your favorite dim sum and a splash of chili oil, then you’re in for a real treat.
Eat Fresh Delivery
Yes, you can have your Eat Fresh favorites delivered to your home. You can use third-party delivery apps like PickUp PH, foodpanda, or GrabFood. However, keep in mind that not all of their branches are accessible through delivery. If there’s a branch near you that can cater to your craving, it should appear on your app of choice.
Frequently Asked Questions
Does Eat Fresh have a San Juan branch?
In a Facebook post dated March 28, 2023, Eat Fresh verified that there was no San Juan location. The Eat Fresh franchise in San Juan, Puerto Rico, is no longer owned or operated by The Eat Fresh Group as of October 2020. Their Facebook page was created in 2016, but as of 2021, it seems to have been abandoned. The San Juan branch has since been quiet about this issue, furthering the curiosity of the masses.
How many official Eat Fresh branches are there?
As of writing, there are seven operation branches (Marikina, BF Homes, Don Antonio, Pasig, Malate, Katipunan, and Banawe) and one branch in Bicuta that is soon to open.
About Eat Fresh in the Philippines
The original Eat Fresh location started in 2005 as a small dining establishment on Masangkay Street in Binondo. It gained instant notoriety for serving authentic Hong Kong-style food that was not only tasty and cheap but also of the highest quality. Since then, it has spread into eight other sites, with the well-known Banawe branch being one of the most popular choices for customers.
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