While I have eaten at some of the eateries on the street before, I want to make it a goal to try them all (and write my stories) before the year ends. We’ll be starting off with Lutong Macau, an oriental restaurant that’s a popular spot for small gatherings among Makati corporate drones.
|Friday night feast|
Luckily, the place wasn’t too crowded when we got there. We were ushered to our table pretty quickly and were welcomed with the very distinct smell of Chinese cooking. Our predicament was that we wanted to try many dishes, but as there were just two of us, it seemed a bit indulgent to order too much on a regular night.
|Lutong Macau Combination Platter (p360)|
|Steamed Shrimp Hakaw Dumpling (p108)|
If you crave for authentic Chinese food that’s easily accessible (meaning you don’t have to brave going to Binondo or cross countries to China), head over to Lutong Macau, their nomz are definitely closer to the real thing compared to the nomz from popular Filipinized Chinese restaurants in the city.
Other info: Lutong Macau Facebook page
Up next on the Jupiter Archives is the quaint little vegetarian restaurant called Corner Tree Cafe. ^_~
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