Binondo is one of the oldest culinary attractions in the Philippines, and visitors from every corner of the planet go to Chinatown in Manila to sample its renowned specialties. Throughout time, classic Chinese noodle joints like Ling Nam have grown outside Chinatown, bringing their unique brand of dim sum to a wider range of diners. Below is a brief overview of the Ling Nam menu.

Here is the latest Ling Nam menu with prices in the Philippines:


Pho Soup

50 Pho Chin, Nam, Gan, Bo Vien: Brisket,Flank,Tendon,Meatballs Pho468
13 Pho Bo Kho: Vietnamese Beef Stew Pho468
2 Pho Chin Nac: Brisket Pho402
15 Pho Canh Chua Tom: Hot and Sour with Prawns and Pineapple Pho492
32 Pho Do Bien Seafood Pho480
12 Pho Ga: Chciken Pho402
8 Pho Chin, Gan: Brisket, Flank,Tendon Pho 432
40 Pho Nam, Bo Vien: Flank, Meatballs Pho456
7 Pho Chin, Gan: Brisket,Tendon Pho432
51B Pho Ga Khong Thit: Pho Chicken Noodle without Meat240
33 Pho Bo Vien: Meatballs Pho456
38 Pho Nam, Gan, Bo Vien: Flank, Tendon, Meatballs Pho456
6 Pho Naam, Gan: Flank, Tendon Pho432
4 Pho Chin, Nam: Brisket, Flank Pho402
1 Pho Nam: Flank Pho402
51 Pho Kong Thit: Pho Noodle Soup without Meat240
51A Pho Chay: Vegetarian Pho372


16 Goi CuonL Fresh Rice Paper Rolls222
17 Cha Go Viet: Fried Rice Paper Rolls252
44A Cha Gio Chien Voi Banh Xa Lach: Fried Rice Paper Rolls with Lettuce Wrap354
66 Chein Trung Cuon: Fried Egg Rolls with Sweet Chili Sauce222
18 Canh Ga Ghien: Stuffed Chicken Wings294
42 Thit Nuong: Grilled Pork Brochette 264
29 Mat Ong Cang Ga: Caramelized Chicken Drumettes354


3 Goi Tom Buoi: Pomelo Shrimp Salad372
5 Goi Tom Xoai : Mango Prawn Salad396
14 Goi Ga : Vietnamese Chicken Salad336

Vermicelli Bowl

35B Bun Thit Nuong and Cha Gio : Grilled Pork and Fried Paper Rolls408
35C Bun Ga Nuong and Cha Gio: Grilled Chicken and Fried Rice Paper Rolls402
35A Bun Tom Thit Nuong: Grilled Prawns and Grilled Pork438

Rice Plates

20 Com Ga Nuong Cha Gio: Grilled Chicken and Fried Rice Paper Rolls420
21 Com Thit Nuong Cha Gio: Grilled Pork and Fried Rice Paper Rolls420
45 Com Tom Thit Nuong: Marinated Prawns and Grilled Pork with Rice468
30 Ga Nuong: Glazed Chicken with Rice396
25 Com Suon Nuong: Grilled Pork Chop with Rice450
57 Thit Kuo Trung Dau Hu: Pork Stew, Fried Tofu, Egg with Rice456
28 Com Ga Xao Nam, Bap Non: Sauteed Chicken and Mushrooms with Rice396
26 Banh Mi Bo Kho: Vietnamese Beef Stew with Bread468
46 Com Bo Xao: Tenderloin Beef with Rice510
24 Chay Dau Hu: Tofu and Assorted Mushrooms with Rice384
34 Com Thit Bo: Beef Brisket on Rice408
23 Com Tom Rim: Chili Shrimp with Rice390
22 Com Ca Chein: Breaded Fish with Rice396
56 Chien Ga Ot Sung, Dau Phung: Kung Pao Chicken with Rice372
54 Thit Kho : Tung Po Pork with Rice468

Ala Carte

41 Chien Dau Hu: Breade Tofu with Minced Mushroom Sauce354
43 Dau Dua Xao Tom, Tep : String Beans with Ground Pork and Shrimps384
37 Chien Muc Ot: Fried Squid with Chili and Green Onion372
47 Ca Hap Voi Dau Vang: Vietnamese Fish with Yellow Beans444
62 Tom Ot: Chili Shrimps with Rice390
60 Xao Chay: Sauteed Kangkong with Garlic Shrimp Paste324
61 Dau Phu Gion: Crispy beancurd with Seasame Soy Dressing354
59 Thit Ga Bam Voi Banh Xa Lach Nam: Minced Chicken and Mushroom with Lettuce Wrap420


49 Tom Gia Ca Ri Mi: Sauteed Curry Noodles with Shrimps and Bean Sprouts 402
31 Mi Xao Don Thap cam: Crispy Noodles486
68 Mi Xao Toi: Stir Fry Garlic Noodles275


Crispy Fried Bananas and Vanilla Ice Cream246
D1 Banana Fritters203.5
D6 Vanilla Ice Cream with Choco Syrup137.5
D6 Mango Crepe with Ice Cream 203.5
D7 triple Threat Ice Cream (3 Scoops) 176

Banh Mi

36B Banh Mi Ga Nuong (BBQ Chicken)252
36A Ban Mi Thit Niong (BBQ Pork)252
36C Ban Mi Ga Sa (Lemongrass Chicken)252

Pho Hoa Party Trays

Mixed Rice Paper Rolls Party Tray948
Rfresh Rice Paper Rolls with Peanut Sauce Party Tray666
Glzed Chicken with Pho Hoa Fried Rice with Extra Order of Fried Spring Rolls1235
Vietnamese Chicken Salad Party Tray954
Pomelo Shrimp Salad Party Tray1168
Mango Prawn Salad Party Tray1188
Fried Rice Paper Rolls Party Tray1008
Glazed Chicken Party Tray1188
Fried Rice Paper Rolls with Lettuce Wrapa Party Tray1062
Grilled Chcien and Fried Rice Paper Rolls Party Tray1260
Grilled Pork Chop Party Tray1350
Pork Brochette Party Tray792
Vermicelli Platter Party Tray1314

MyThai Party Trays

Pad Thai (Chicken or Shrimp) Party Tray1062
Thai Bagoong Rice Party Tray1044
Pork/ChickeN Skewer Party Tray 774
Chicken in Pandan Leaves Party Tray1116
Pork Belly Lemongrass Party Tray1026
Catfish Salad1170
Thai Style Chicken Party Tray1062
Bagoong Rice Platter with Shrimp Cakes and Chicken Satay1350
Pineapple Rice Platter Party Tray1290
Shrimp Cakes Party Tray1188
Fried Chicken Wings Party Tray936
Squid Stir Fry Party Tray1188
Blue Rice Platter

MyThai Soups

Shrimps in Hot and Sour Soup414
Chicken with Lemongrass Coconut Soup408
Coconut Curry Noodle Soup with Chicken432
Seafood in Hot and Sour Soup390

MyThai Salads

Spicy Deep Fried Catfish and Green Mango Salad390
Spicy Green Papaya Salad282
Spicy Grilled Beef Salad366
Pomelo and Shrimp Salad 354
Herb Spiced Gropund Chicken Salad246

MyThai Appetizers

Shrimp Cakes with Sweet Chili Sauce396
Fried Spring Rolls with Chicken and Glasas Noodle276
Chicken Satay Skewers with Peanut Sauce312
Pork Satay Skewers with Peanut Sauce258
Crispy Fish Fingers with Spicy Green Chili Dip294
Fried Chicken Wings with Sweet Chili Sauce312

Pad Thai Noodles

Shrimp Pad Thai Stir-Fried Rice Noodles with Shrimps390
Chicken Pad Thai Stir-Fried Noodles with Chicken444
Vegetable Pad Thai Stir-Fried Rice Noodles with Vegetables318
Pad See Ew Wok Fried Noodles with Chicken and Broccoli Leaves354

MyThai Main Course

Chicken Wrapped in Pandan Leaves456
Pork Belly with Lemongrass342
Crispy Tilapia with Tamarind Sauce384
Squid Stir-Fry with Garlic and Peppercorns396
Grilled Pork with Stir-Fried Kang Kong0
Stir-Fried Chicken with Basil372
Crispy Tilapia with Coriander Dip and Tamarind Sauce474
Stir-Fried Pork with Shrimp Paste360
Spicy Stir Fried Kang Kong312
Half Crispy Fried Chicken with Crispy Shallots and Garlic with Sweet Chili Dip402
Stir-Fried Black Peppercorn and Garlic Beef420
Thai Style Girlled Boneless Chicken354
Crispy Tofu, Vegetables and Chilies336

MyThai Curry

Chicken Green Curry with a Cup of Steamed Rice432
Prawns Green Curry450
Tofu and Vegetable Green Curry336
Pork Green Curry408
Pork Red Curry408
Fish Green Curry396
Fish Red Curry396
Chicken Red Curry with a Cup of Steamed Rice432
Beef Green Curry with a Cup of Steamed Rice540
Beef red Curry with a Cup of Steamed Rice540

MyThai Rice

Thai Style Fried Rice138
Pienapple Fried Rice138
Shrimp Fried Rice156

MyThai Desserts

Crispy Fried Bananas and Vanilla Ice Cream246

MyThai Milktea

MyThai Milktea Bottle0

Given its well-known specialties that include hand-made Beef wonton noodles, dim sum, and congee, Ling Nam is a brand that is well-known among people in the Philippines who love Chinese cuisine. The following is a list of some of the most popular foods that can be found on the renowned Ling Nam menu.

Ling Nam Best Sellers

Below are some of the crowd-favorites on Ling Nam’s menu.

Beef, Wanton, and Asado Noodles

The braised beef and noodles are both generously portioned, with the former almost covering the whole of the bowl’s base. Fewer pieces of asado or Chinese barbecued pork and fewer wonton dumplings are included. Ling Nam’s famed firm, chewy noodles, along with a larger-than-average serving size for noodle shops, will always leave me impressed.

Both the beef and the pork were tender, but the meat was the better value. The crisp kick and zip of some tabletop hot sauce complement the chewy noodles in this soup.

Ling Nam Noodles 1
Ling Nam Noodles 1

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Spinach Garlic

This one is quite delicious but can be quite misleading — Ling Nam’s Spinach Garlic is made with kangkong, not spinach leaves. Although they can be let off the hook on the technicality that kangkong is indeed called ‘water spinach’ in English.

It’s still similar in taste and texture, so it won’t be too big of a difference. While garlicky and crisp-watery, it might not match your noodle orders best. The Spinach Garlic shines better alongside drier dishes and steamy rice.


In essence, chami is just thick pancit canton. The toppings, which were liberally spread among the noodles and sauce, were delicious and generous. Those who like different textures will be pleased by the abundance of juicy meat, tasty fish, and fresh produce. The dish has a fairly straightforward flavor, but the thick, chewy noodles make it a hit with diners of all palates. I shared this with my partner, which is a good thing since it was heavier a meal than I thought.

Seafood Roll

Although Ling Nam’s Seafood Roll is often prepared fresh to order, it may take a little longer than expected to get to your table. This meal, however, is definitely worth the wait.

White fish filets (perhaps cream dory), kani, shrimp, and a broccoli floret are artfully rolled up in a Chinese cabbage leaf to make the delicious seafood roll. This flavorful package is served over a hearty plate of bird’s nest soup called nido soup. If you want to appreciate all the different textures and tastes of a Seafood Roll, it’s better to consume it in one mouthful.

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Eggplant Ala King

When you first look at it, you may think it’s simply a standard eggplant meal, but when you take a mouthful, you’ll realize that it has a shrimp ball inside and is tempered with sautéed garlic and red chilies, and you’ll completely forget that you’re eating an eggplant. Mayonnaise, which is served with the meal, contributes significantly to the dish’s overall deliciousness.

Ling Nam Delivery

Ling Nam favorites can be sent to your doorstep via third-party delivery apps, like foodpanda and GrabFood.

Frequently Asked Questions

Is it expensive to eat at Ling Nam?

Ling Nam is the restaurant to go to if you’re looking for Chinese specialties that won’t break the bank, won’t leave you hungry, and won’t disappoint in terms of flavor. Prices start at ₱60 for extras and up to ₱4,300 for a Family Feast (Good For 10).

About Ling Nam in the Philippines

Ling Nam Restaurant 2
Ling Nam Restaurant

After World War II, Ling Nam began operation in the 1950s, providing Filipinos with beef wanton noodles and siopao. Tomas Fung, the man behind Ling Nam, built up one of the first noodle businesses in Manila to introduce Filipinos to the deliciousness of Chinese cuisine. In 1950, he established the original Ling Nam Noodle Restaurant on Zacateros St. in Sta. Cruz. He relocated the shop to its current location at 616 T. Alonzo St. in 1965, and to this day, it still operates successfully. Their flagship restaurant is in Binondo, but they now have many nationwide locations where you can also have their mouthwatering fare.

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