On February 1, Tuesday, Chinese citizens from around the globe welcomed the Year of the Tiger. A common practice among them is spending the day eating good food that symbolizes health, wealth, prosperity, and more.
Yet even though the celebration passed, eager diners don’t need to wait another year to indulge themselves in good Chinese food as SM North EDSA has the solution to their cravings.
Tim Ho Wan (GF, City Center), Mann Hann (2F, City Center), King Chef (GF, The Block), Hap Chan (The Block), Fat Fook (GF, City Center), and DECS (SM Supermarket) all offer dumplings that families and groups can share.
Spring rolls are also a good menu item to try. Visit Chowking, David’s Tea House, and Mann Hann to get a fix.
Another favorite Chinese dish is noodles. Get a good plate of this favorite from Hawker Chan or Panda Express.
Chinese delis and bakeries like Eng Bee Tin, Soy and Bean, Salazar Bakery, and Polland Hopia, are also a treasure trove of good food. Diners can find both sweet and savory items in the shops, creating a more in-depth eating experience that will tickle their taste buds.
At SM North EDSA, guests can feast like a tiger any time of the year.