Xinwang Hongkong Cafe, SM Mall of Asia

Pork Chop Noodles in Papaya Soup

Welcome Xinwang Hongkong Cafe!

The restaurant that houses asian street food favorites such as of Hong Kong, Macau, Shanghai and Singapore is now here in Manila.

Xinwang Hong Kong Cafe opened their first branch in the Philippines at SM Mall of Asia, next to the IMAX Theater last December 12.

As the name suggests, food was mainly Chinese,

from the recipes of the typical Hong Kong and Macau cafes,

to local Singapore favorites,

the menu line up has 200 dishes to choose from including some western choices despite it being a Hong Kong cafe.

Iced Hong Kong Milk Tea and Japanese Rice Mochi with Crushed Peanuts and White Sesame Seeds.

Some of the dishes includes rice, dim sum and tea-time snacks.

Iced Hong Kong Milk Tea served in a tin mug and Japanese  Rice Mochi with crushed peanuts and white sesame seeds were served when I arrived, became my instant favorite and is highly recommended.

Simple recipes of the typical Hong Kong and Macau cafes, home recipes we grew up on, are available that will surely tantalize your taste buds.

We've tried their char siew noodles and spicy stuff such as Dry Chilli Noodle with Filled Fishball, Meat Loaf, and chicken chop served with fried egg.

The sauce is light and not too oily, with a nice chilli flavor.

Pork Chop Noodles in Papaya Soup is a creamy broth, including corn on the cob and a hard boiled egg.

Crispy, hot, boneless and moderately spicy, their fried chicken is different because it has bagoong (shrimp/prawn paste).

Prawn Pasted Chicken

Filipinos will definitely love Black Pepper Pork Chop w/ Spaghetti, sweet and sour pork with Hong Kong style tomato based spaghetti.

Their version of Fish and Chips has a big slice of fish fillet, it was quite filling.

Black Pepper Pork Chop w/ Spaghetti. (top) and Fish and Chips 

Xinwang Hongkong Cafe
SM Mall of Asia beside IMAX Theater
Pasay City 1300,
Metro Manila


J said...

Ooooh, I will definitely visit that when we go to Mall of Asia! (Malapit na! *excited much*)

peachkins said...

Sayang di ako nakasama!

Anonymous said...

The restaurant is in it's soft opening and staff should be trained more on Good Service and product familiarity. Been here twice and was dissapointed.

- Julius

Anonymous said...

tried this last evening.. ordered for cheesy baked rice with chicken. twice they gave me cheesy baked pasta with chicken. so disappointed.

dashashash said...

Rome, was able to try this resto out last Monday but was disappointed with the Dry Chilli Noodle with Filled Fishballs. The mug of iced malted milk (Horlicks!!!) I ordered made up for it, though. I'll give them another chance and maybe sample other items in the menu.

Tsinoy Foodies said...

My friends warned me that this place is no good. They were disappointed. =( Don't think we'll be trying this soon...

Anonymous said...

HAHAHAHHA! CONGEE NILA!! KANIN BABOY!!! 100% NO EXAGGERATION! The soup tasted like nissin ramen MSG! THE MAIN CONGEE WAS COOKED RICE! Its not even a congee!

Anonymous said...

Actually from someone who has been all over south east asia, i am impressed with this restaurant. it is contemporary, yet caters to a homely, casual dining experience! I am instantly reminded of when i grew up in hongkong as well as worked in singapore! These are home style dishes like their mui fun which many in the philippines do not know even exist!
there are many styles of congee! the person on feb 7 must not know what teochew style congee is! poor uneducated person!

Anonymous said...

Yeah poor uneducated person... Have you seen kanin baboy? tasted it?

The Drunken Pig said...

Oh man! That prawn pasted chicken looks really interesting :)