Kim Hiong Food Garden: Beef fried noodles we never get tired of eating
Near the end of the busy streets of Ongpin St. lies one of the most underrated Beef fried noodles my friends and I haved tasted in Binondo. The name of the restaurant that serves this dish is Kim Hiong Food Garden.
I came to know this restaurant through one of my friends who usually brings an order with him when we meet with our group of friends. This time we decided to dine in.
Here are the dishes we ordered:
If you like eating wanton noodle soup, you’ll probably like this one even more. Their wanton are tastier as compared to the ones I normally eat. You can even see the shrimp in their wanton.
Go Han Chai (or Cai) – A mixture of fried tofu, mushrooms, veggies, bamboo shoots, boknee (tenga ng daga in tagalog – not literally mouse ears). My friends and I didn’t like this that much for reasons I won’t specify.
Beef Brisket Taro – Tastes good.
Fish Cuttlefish – Sizzling Squid, Chinese Style.
And of course, their best seller – Beef fried noodle, we ordered large since we already know we’re going to finish it. And we did. Good for 5 persons.
I don’t think I’m exaggerating if I say this is the restaurant’s best selling dish. A couple sitting behind us also ordered the same thing (they ordered small, but its good for 3). Last year I think we ate this dish almost every month.
Kim Hiong Food Garden
1028 Ongpin St. Binondo, Manila
Tel: 735 3633
Store Hours: Monday to Sunday 10:30 AM to 4:30 AM (be careful in the area during late at night)
Google Map here.
Sta. Cruz Church
Eng Bee Tin
Chinatown Gold Center
Walking Distance from Carriedo Station