TAOYUAN

CHI­NESE/SIN­GA­POREAN

Eats - - MANILA -

Tao Yuan used to serve only Hong Kong Can­tonese dishes, but when they brought in Sin­ga­porean chefs, word of mouth about their Hainanese Chicken spread like wild!re. Even folks from the Sin­ga­pore Em­bassy tes­tify that Tao Yuan serves the best Sin­ga­porean food in Manila. Af­ter all, Tao Yuan was put up in 2008 by a Sin­ga­porean busi­ness­man with 15 years’ ex­pe­ri­ence as dis­trib­u­tor and ex­porter of shark’s !n and live seafood to Sin­ga­pore. While ser­vice is quick, cour­te­ous and ef!cient, servers also en­sure you or­der the right amount of food for your group. Freshly caught seafood can also be cooked ac­cord­ing to your speci!cations. Dim Sum and fam­ily value meals are avail­able as well. The prices are af­ford­able for the level of qual­ity you get from the food and ser­vice. For in­stance, eat­ing their chili crab can be messy, but Tao Yuan will pro­vide you with steel crab crack­ers and wet tow­elettes. For­eign Chi­nese pa­tron­ize Tao Yuan, a good in­di­ca­tion of the food’s au­then­tic­ity and taste. As soon as a group leaves, an­other group re­places it so an empty ta­ble in the house is a rar­ity.

AD­DRESS

508-512 Gen­eral Mal­var St., cor. A. Mabini St., Malate, Manila

TELE­PHONE NUM­BERS

659 3321 846 9998

EMAILS

info@taoyuan­restau­rant.com taoyuan.restau­rant@ya­hoo.com

FACE­BOOK

TAO YUAN RESTAU­RANT

OP­ER­AT­ING HOURS

Mon to Sun: 11am to 2:30pm; 5:30pm to 11pm

PRICE RANGE

P500/per­son

PAY­MENT MODES

Cash and Card

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