Recommendation by Lemi
New Toho doesn’t look its age, but it’s the oldest restaurant in Manila. It’s old enough to have allegedly had Philippine hero Jose Rizal dine there as a student. Built in 1888 by five Chinese immigrant friends, this Binondo restaurant was originally named Toho Antigua Panciteria, until a fire destroyed the building in 1984. Asado (roasted pork belly cold cuts), Toho Soup (pork and vegetables in a heavy soup), Yang Chow Fried Rice (Chinese-style fried rice), Toho Beef (tender beef in special gravy), and Pancit Canton (stir-fried noodles) are must-haves on the table. For an extra sinful treat, bite into the buttery, fatty goodness of New Toho Food Center’s Camaron Rebosado (breaded shrimp and pork fat).
422 Tomas Pinpin Street, Binondo, Manila City, Metro Manila, Philippines
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