Taiwanese restaurants are still easier to count on one hand, unlike those serving American or Italian food. Even if you’re a die-hard admirer of Taiwanese food, I guarantee you can only think of one or two restaurants. And I’m willing to bet that when Tien Ma debuted, it gave you one more option to satisfy your demands for Taiwanese food. Let’s check out what else is on the Tien Ma menu.

Here is the latest Tien Ma’s Menu with prices in the Philippines:



Hot and Sour Soup249
Chicken with Corn Soup249


Tofu with Century Egg169
Beef Cold Cuts169
Pork Siomai109
Hakaw (4pcs)130
Siopao Asado (2pcs)99
Fried Radish Cake (3pcs)155
Shanghai Spring Rolls (8pcs)170
Shanghai Spring Rolls (12pcs)235
Iyster Cake259
Chicken Feet120
Siopao Bola Bola (2pcs)99


Misua Soup90
Taiwan Style Beef Noodle Soup249
Seafood Fried Noodles (Regular)250
Seafood Fried Noodles (Large)409
Wanton Noodle Soup249
Beef Brisket and Wanton Noodles259
Beef Tendon and Wanton Noodles259
Beef Brisket and Tendon Noodles259
Laksa Noodle Soup270
Beef Hofan (Regular)269
Beef Hofan (Large)476
Crispy Seafood Noodles250
Mixed Special Misua250
Spicy Beef Noodles Soup249


Xiao Long Bao240
Black Mushroom with Truffle Oil Xiao Long Bao280
Cheese Xiao Long Bao255
Assorted Xiao Long Bao280
Hand Made Pork Dumplings200
Pan Fried Pork and Shrimp Dumplings250
Man Tou (Steamed or Fried)180
Cua Pao180


Three Cup Chicken (Regular)250
Three Cup Chicken (Large)445
Honey Lemon Chicken (Regular)249
Honey Lemon Chicken (Large)450
Taiwanese Chicken Chops with Gravy (1pc)179
Taiwanese Chicken Chops with Gravy (2pcs)246
Tainan Fried Chicken (Half)245
Tainan Fried Chicken (Whole)375
Mandarin Organe Chicken (Regular)250
Mandarin Organe Chicken (Large)445
Chicken Wings in Special BBQ Sauce (Regular)250
Chicken Wings in Special BBQ Sauce (Large)445


Stir-Fried Pork with Onion (Regular)250
Stir-Fried Pork with Onion (Large)445
Lucky Spareribs Adobo (Regular)250
Lucky Spareribs Adobo (Large)445
Deep Fried Intestine (Regular)285
Deep Fried Intestine (Large)505
Fried Pork Chop (2pcs)234
Fried Pork Chop (4pcs)415
Salt and Pepper Spare Ribs (Regular)250
Salt and Pepper Spare Ribs (Large)445
Sweet and Sour Pork (Regular)250
Sweet and Sour Pork (Large)445
Fried Beancurd Roll with Minced Pork 220


Three Cup Squid (Regular)285
Three Cup Squid (Large)505
Seafood Tofu Pot (Regular)250
Seafood Tofu Pot (Large)445
Steamed Lapu Lapu in Soy Sauce (Regular)380
Steamed Lapu Lapu in Soy Sauce (Large)660
Sweet and Sour Fish Fillet (Regular)275
Sweet and Sour Fish Fillet (Large)485
Tausi Clams (Regular)250
Tausi Clams (Large)445
Kung Pao Shrimp (Regular)250
Kung Pao Shrimp (Large)445
Suahe with Sotanghon 250
Hot Prawn Salad (Regular)250
Hot Prawn Salad (Large)445
Fish Fillet in Black Bean Sauce (Regular)250
Fish Fillet in Black Bean Sauce (Large)445
Crispy Pepper Shrimp (Regular)250
Crispy Pepper Shrimp (Large)445
Salt and Pepper Squid (Regular)285
Salt and Pepper Squid (Large)505
Salted Egg Prawn (Regular)360
Salted Egg Prawn (Large)640


Scallion Beef Stir Fry (Regular)255
Scallion Beef Stir Fry (Large)450
Stir-Fried Beef with Broccoli (Regular)255
Stir-Fried Beef with Broccoli (Large)450
Auntie's Beef Stew Clay Pot 255
Keelung Crispy Beef Strips (Regular)255
Keelung Crispy Beef Strips (Large)450
Stir Fried Tendon with Leeks (Regular)255
Stir Fried Tendon with Leeks (Large)450


Pork and Century Egg Congee185
Fish Fillet and Century Egg Congee185
Pork Floss and Century Egg Congee195


Pineapple Fried Rice with Pork Floss (Regular)245
Pineapple Fried Rice with Pork Floss (Large)406
Taiwan Style Fried Rice (Regular)245
Taiwan Style Fried Rice (Large)406
Minced Pork Rice90
Salted Fish Fried Rice (Regular)245
Salted Fish Fried Rice (Large)406
Plain Rice50


Egpplant with Special Sauce (Regular)249
Stir-Fried Sotanghon Spicy (Regular)250
Stir-Fried Sotanghon Spicy (Large)409
Tofu Stew (Regular)240
Tofu Stew (Large)415
Mapo Tofu250
Garlic Vegetables (Regular)220
Garlic Vegetables (Large)360
Stir-Fried Kanggong (Regular)225
Stir-Fried Kanggong (Large)360
Stir Fried Spinach (Regular)235
Stir Fried Spinach (Large)375
Stir Fried Green Beans Mixed Pork (Regular)235
Stir Fried Green Beans Mixed Pork (Large)375


Coffee Jelly85
Mango Sago85
Melon Sago85
Almond Jelly with Lychee85
Salted Egg Custard Bun95
Taiwan Icecream Roll with Peanut Shavings145


Soft Drinks in Can55
Bottled Water Absolute 500ml40
San Mig Light 65
Pale Pilsen65
Fresh Juices89
Fresh Fruit Shake85
Brewed Peach Iced Tea
Fresh Juices Pitcher200
Fresh Fruit Shake Pitcher220
Brewed Peach Iced Tea Pitcher220
Cold Soybean Milk55
Taro Milk Tea90
Wintermelon Milk Teaa with Salted Cream Cheese110
Roasted Milk Tea with Salted Cream Cheese110

Blue Plate

Blue Platers189

Tien Ma’s Menu

Tien Ma’s serves authentic Taiwanese cuisine that takes cues from the country’s cozy little eateries. Taiwanese food, such as soups, dumplings, steamed buns, noodles, and more, may provide a filling supper without breaking the bank. They make use of special ingredients imported straight from Taiwan to retain the authenticity of their time-honored recipes, which are similar to those served at high-end Chinese and Taiwanese restaurants.

Tien Ma’s Best Sellers

Xiao Long Bao

Tien Ma’s Xiao Long Bao is a must-eat for anybody curious about Taiwanese cuisine. The filling is a wonderful complement to the flavorful soup, making for an unforgettable meal. We suggest pairing the dumpling with a side of their signature dipping sauce to take the experience to the next level.

Tien Ma’s has put up helpful instructions on how to enjoy Xiao Long Bao for those unfamiliar with the dish. If you follow the instructions properly, you will be rewarded with a meal whose unique textures and tastes will leave you wanting more.


Stinky Tofu

You may have Stinky Tofu, a typical dish in Taiwan, deep-fried or in a special sauce at Tien Ma, and both versions are delicious. The aroma of the tofu is what really makes it stand out, even if the flavor itself isn’t very memorable. Tien Ma’s trademark sauce version is a good place to start if you want to get a feel for the restaurant’s unique taste character.

Taiwan Style Fried Rice

While white rice is the standard accompaniment to most Asian dishes, Taiwanese fried rice is a delicious departure from the norm. The meal is so tasty that you may struggle to stop eating it. However, the dish’s oil content may be too much for some people, so if you’re watching the pounds, you may want to ask to reduce it. Indulging in this meal on occasion is probably not going to do any damage, and the little excess oil doesn’t detract from the wonderful taste.

Fried Rice

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Mango Tango Shaved Ice

We finished our meal with something sweet by ordering shaved ice from Tien Ma’s. Mango Tango, which served three, was all we needed: mango shaved ice piled high with fresh mango cubes, nata de coco, and a dollop of mango ice cream. This dish brought back good times and was very refreshing.

For other Chinese food, you can also check out Eat Fresh, Din Tai Fung, or Mann Hann!

Tien Ma’s Delivery

Yes, you can enjoy Tien Ma’s Taiwanese fare in the comfort of your own home. While you can’t get Tien Ma’s delivered from their website, you can find them on major delivery apps like Grabfood and foodpanda.

Frequently Asked Questions

How many branches does Tien Ma’s have?

Tien Ma’s currently has six operating branches as of writing. You can find them at Bel-Air, Makati; Retiro, Quezon City; Waltermart North EDSA, Quezon City; Brgy. Putatan, Muntinlupa; San Fernando, Pampanga; and Legazpi, Albay.

Who owns Tien Ma’s?

The Figaro Group, which owns both Figaro Coffee and Angel’s Pizza, is also the parent company of Tien Ma’s, a Taiwanese restaurant.

About Tien Ma’s in the Philippines

A Chinese couple opened the first Tien Ma’s restaurant on January 11, 2015, in Retiro, Quezon City. The wife’s family name, TIEN, is combined with the maternal term MA to form the name TIEN MA, which translates to Mother Tien or Mama Tien. 

Tien Liyuan (Tien Ma) was born in 1932 in Fang-shan, P’ing-tung County, Taiwan. Growing up in coastal southern Taiwan, she often helped her mother make school lunches for the rest of her siblings. As a young woman, she relocated to Taipei’s Zhongshan District, where she worked as a cook at a local high school and mastered her Xiao Long Bao recipe. 

After that, she started her own business in the Taipei night markets, where she sold her now-famous Xiao Long Bao. She eventually settled down, and now we in Manila can enjoy her retirement gift: the secret to making the greatest Xiao Long Bao possible.

Tien Ma Exterior
Tien Ma Exterior

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