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Panda Express Menu

Panda Express has won the palates of Filipinos with its irresistible blend of Chinese and American cuisines deserves our undivided attention. From legendary dishes such as orange chicken and Beijing beef to the delectable Kung Pao chicken, we’ll walk you through some must-try menu choices. Come with us as we explore the origins of the delicious foods that have made the Panda Express menu popular.

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Bugis Menu

Bugis doesn’t seem like much. In fact, it’s one of those restaurants with a long line and tiny parking that you’ll probably skip for the fancier-looking Singaporean restaurants. If you do that, however, you’d be disappointing your hungry tummy. If you’re hungry for comfy and hearty Singaporean fare, look at the Bugis menu and become one of the restaurant’s many believers.

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David's Tea House Menu

David’s Tea House Menu

Filipinos fancy Chinese cuisine because of its bold colors and distinct flavors. Dim sum can be encountered at high-end establishments and low-cost food courts, making it affordable to diners of all tax brackets. David’s Tea House is a customer-favorite Chinese restaurant franchise with its vivid yellow and red façade and distinguishable lanterns. Let’s take a look at the David’s Tea House menu below.

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Mann Hann Menu

The first Mann Hann store opened in 1995, and the restaurant was so successful that it inspired them to establish several locations in shopping malls. The exteriors of Mann Hann establishments give the impression that they are posh art galleries. Most of the building’s exterior consists of glass, letting in plenty of ambient light in the morning and emphasizing soft lighting for the spacious dining space come the evening.  The Mann Hann menu has options, but what are the absolute must-haves?

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Ling Nam Menu

Ling Nam Menu

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.

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