Wednesday, January 30, 2013

the best selling dishes of LITTLE ASIA RESTAURANT

enjoy the Chinese New Year with the best seller dishes at Little Asia Tomas Morato where i and a bunch of friends had lunch with. this branch has this Asian-Portuguese ambiance in its white interior and red velvet-covered chairs and chandelier. a romantic fusion of architecture and romance in one spot.

as diving to their delicious dishes, you have to first try their soft Vietnamese Spring rolls as appetizer. eat it by hand or with a fork and knife. and the texture and cooked-just-right fillings in the crunchy wrap is best matched with the good sweet vinegar.
in Little Asia, the experience will not be complete without their Crispy Fried Chicken which is an inherited dish. as president and founder of Little Asia, Charlemagne Lim invites everyone to savor the crispy skin and soft and juicy meat of the chicken.
in this Asian restaurant, everything shall be served plenty. have a chitchat with your friends while enjoying Beef Tenderloin with Cheese in Teriyaki Sauce, and the spicy Sichuan Chicken. it's worth the wait for the Drunken Lengua in Brown Mushroom Sauce and Coconut Fish Fillet which goes best with rice on the side.

Beef Tenderloin with Cheese in Teriyaki Sauce and Sichuan Chicken
have some room for dessert. if you had much heat in these dishes, a cold vanilla ice cream served with mango tower drizzled with caramel and chocolate will satisfy your sweet tooth. if you're up for chips, and even more chocolate, their own sweet potato chips is also recommended.
if you think Little Asia is too pricey, these dishes are reasonable enough with that valued experience you'll have inside the restaurant. the place is not just a venue to eat, the people you'll bring in and the stories you'll discover behind those dishes will bring you a special memory in return.

branches of Little Asia are at Venice Piazza in McKinley, Tomas Morato in Quezon City, and at Lucky Chinatown Mall in Binondo.

more photos here.

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