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Our First Tim Ho Wan Experience

on January 15, 2015

We’ve been wanting to try Tim Ho Wan but because of the super long queue, we always end up looking for a new place to eat. Until Hubby discovered that they recently opened their newest branch in Glorieta. Excited to try it, we went there last Sunday after we attended the Sunday Mass in Greenbelt. To our surprise, It was lunch time but the queue was not that long. I think we only waited for about 15 minutes. It’s a good thing too that they have this rule that only customers who waited patiently can get a seat.

I read from another blog that Tim Ho Wan started in Hong Kong and became popular even in Singapore and that they have a lot of exciting menu to chose from.

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When we entered the restaurant, I was amazed with their wall decorations. Who would have thought that you can use Bamboo Steamer as wall decors.

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We ordered their Famous Baked Bun with BBQ Pork. It’s served hot and fresh from the oven. The bun is made of egg, butter and flour while the filling tastes like the one inside the siopao.

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3pcs for PhP145

For Hubby, he ordered the Glutinous Rice with Lotus Leaf. Both Aidan and Hubby loved it. It looks weird but as per hubby it tastes really good.

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Mine was the Chicken, Sausage and Mushroom served with a special sauce. I so love this and I will definitely order this again next time.
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Our next Favorite is the Beancurd Skin Roll with Pork and Shrimp. This is the first time I tried bean curd skin rolls and it didn’t disappoint me.

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PhP120

We were so full and we really enjoyed our lunch. It was worth a try and we will definitely go back for another Dimsun Treat.

We’re 3 happy and satisfied customer.

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