This Chinese restaurant in Greenhills opened its doors in December 2007 and it’s been full ever since. The restaurant employs 6 chefs from Hong Kong and you can tell by the authentic taste of their food.
The entrance of Choi Garden
The following pictures are part of a set meal for a table of 12-14 pax.
Unlikely tandem of Chinese Lechon and Salmon Sushi
Sharks Fin Soup
Sea Mantis & Aligue (crab fat)
This is how they keep the sea mantis – in plastic bottles.
The waiter said they did this to keep the sea mantis from fighting with each other.
Steamed Lapu Lapu
Butchi and Mochi (say that 10x)
But my favorite dishes in Choi are the Salt & Pepper Spareribs, Fish Curd, Millionaires Fried Rice, Fish & Tofu in claypot and the best Fried Pigeon in town. These are my standard repertoire when treating guests from out of the country.
Crispy Seafood Noodles
Salt & Pepper Spareribs
Fish Curd with Wintermelon and Golden Mushroom
Choi Garden Seafood and Shark’s Fin Restaurant
12 Annapolis St.
cor. Purdue St.
San Juan, Metro Manila