Daifu Noodle House
886-B Banawe Street, Quezon City
Had lunch here while waiting for apple (my car) to be fixed.
I’ve been wanting to try this restaurant for the longest time. I’m glad I did finally! The food is so affordable and decently good!
- Beef Noodles (Php 105)
I like their version of beef noodle soup though I still preferred the one served at Shanghai Hand-Pulled Noodles. I guess it’s because there’s more flexibility like the choice of noodles there. Still, Daifu’s version is something we can’t neglect.
- Fried Siomai – 8 pieces (Php 60)
At Daifu Noodle House, was also the first place I’ve tried fried siomai. Yummy!!! You can easily mistake this as fried dumpling, but this is different. It’s really siomai deepfried. I especially liked that they added more skin w/c makes it crispier. The sauce is perfect for the dish as well!
- KiamPong (Php 35)
I missed eating kiampong for the longest time! The last time I was able to eat one was when my mom cooked this for me a few years ago when she visited me here in the Philippines. I can’t say that Daifu’s version is better than what my mom cooked because obviously mom knows best! Her kimapong is to die for.
Daifu provides good serving so if you’re not much of a rice eater, you can share between 2 people 🙂
- Deep-Fried Tofu (Php 40)
They made a different twist to the usual fried tofu that we ate. Instead of having soy sauce, they opted for salt and pepper. I think it also had suger in it.
- Special Iced Tea (Php 45)
We ordered special iced tea. I do not recommend this!!! Well, it could be (we have different taste), but as far as I’m concerned, I didn’t like it at all. They used black tea instead of the usual tea. I guess black tea didn’t really blend with the other ingredients.
If you live near Banawe, this is a must try. I’m just sad that I didn’t see too many people dining there. Hopefully people will start to discover it. I still want to try their desserts soon! 🙂