While Wai Ying is my go to place when craving for dimsum, I have to give it to David's Tea House for serving the best dimsum in town.
|T. Mapua branch|
For me, no restaurant comes close in matching the quality of dimsum David's main branch in T. Mapua produces day in, day out. Dimsum is always fresh, with no scrimping on the ingredients.
Just look at these baskets of glory:
|Shrimp Siomai (70php)|
|Hakaw Shrimp (80php)|
|Tausi Spareribs (70php)|
|Pork Asado Pao (70php)|
|Assorted Dimsum Platter (185php)|
|Sesame Buchi (70php)|
Aside from dimsum, David's also offers hotpot
|Fried Beancurd (185php)|
|Fried Wanton (180php)|
|Wanton Beef Noodles (145php)|
|Yang Chow Fried Rice (170php)|
|Sweet and Sour Pork (200php)|
Don't forget to end a meal at David's Tea House with soy milk. It's so popular that I've seen some patrons driving by the restaurant, ordering from their car windows, just to have a glass.
David's Tea House has 18 branches in Luzon. For more information, click here.