Leaving Banawe Street and heading towards Quezon Avenue Northbound, a restaurant caught my family’s attention. It’s a two-storey building with red and yellow signs.that says The House of Mantou. The Restaurant We do not always pass by the area so we were not aware of this restaurant. But according to research, The House of Mantou was built on November 17, 2011. They offer Asian fusion style cuisine and uses only the freshest and finest ingredients.
After a lovely lunch at New Hainan Cuisine, my family and I passed by several milk tea shops. I guess seeing those gave my abuelita sudden cravings. She asked me if I could buy some milk tea for us to drink in the car on our way home. Since we already tried most of those milk tea shops, my uncle searched and spotted an unfamiliar place called OneZoTapioca. As I was looking at the sign, I remembered it was the place my blogger friends mentioned last year. This milk tea shop is the only one that uses handmade and flavoured tapiocas! So I said, “Go for OneZo Tapioca!”
Banawe is Quezon City’s Chinatown. Though it is younger than Binondo which is Manila’s Chinatown, Banawe features several restaurants worth visiting over and over again. Would you like to do that, too? As mentioned, there are several restaurants in Banawe. I usually check Zomato but if I don’t have a strong signal, we would simply drive around and check every corner. Yes, every corner! Even though we’ve been coming here for a long time, every trip leads us to new discoveries.
I love coffee and bubble tea. But in this Japanese fusion restaurant, I discovered their so-called Japanese Cheesecake Cream which I am adding to my list.
They have delicious dishes, big servings and great customer service. You’ll certainly get the best value for your money in this little Asian restaurant.