You don’t often hear people talking about Chinese eateries. The food cooked by their Hongkong Chef and the unique interiors is what most people gush over when they talk about the Choi Garden menu. Shabu Shabu is served on the first floor, and exquisite dining is served on the second story. Reserve the rooms on the second level for special events. For casual gatherings and romantic dates, choose the first level. Better make a reservation to secure the best seats available.
Below, you’ll find the updated list of Gong Cha menu prices.
|Menu Items||Price (PHP)|
|BBQ Pork Asado Rice Topping||200|
|Soy Chicken Rice Topping||200|
|Roast Duck Rice Topping||260|
|Asado Soy Chicken Rice Topping||260|
|Asado Roast Duck Rice Topping||280|
|Spareribs Hotpot Rice||280|
|Chicken Feet w/Spareribs||280|
|Sausage w/Fried Duck||280|
|Salted Fish w/Minced Pork||280|
|Minced Beef w/Egg Drop||280|
|BBQ Pork Asado Chicken||300|
|Sliced Chicken Abalone||320|
|Yang Chow Fried Rice||320|
|Fookien Fried Rice||320|
|Shrimp and Pork Siomai||130|
|Xiao Long Pao||130|
|Pan Fried Spring Onion Cake||200|
|Steamed Tausi Spareribs||130|
|Fried Taro Puff||130|
|Pan-Fried Taro Cake||130|
|Ham Sui Kok||130|
|Glutinous Rice with Chicken||170|
|Lapu-lapu Crispy Spring Roll||150|
|Egg Yolk Buchi||150|
|Salted Eggyolk Pao||130|
|Fried Dough Stick||65|
|Crispy Fried Wanton||130|
|Dong Bei Dumpling (4pcs)||150|
|Crispy Shrimp Puff||160|
|Asado Rice Roll||180|
|Shrmp Rice Roll||200|
|Minced Beef Rice Roll||190|
|Dried Shrimp Rice Roll||190|
|Mushroom Chicken Rice Roll||180|
|Mushroom Fish Fillet Rice Roll||180|
|Fried Dough Stick Rice Roll||180|
|Asado Taro Puff||190|
|Fish Fillet Lettuce||180|
|Century Egg Lean Meat||180|
|Sliced Chicken Mushroom Congee||180|
|Abalone Chicken Congee||280|
|Shark's Fin Sea Cucumber Soup||250|
|Hot and Sour||380|
|Sliced Chicken Black Mushroom Tofu||420|
|Tofu with HK Fishball||380|
|Wanton Noodle Soup||200|
|Luncheon Meat Noodle Soup||200|
|Pork Asado Noodle Soup||200|
|Soy Chicken Noodle Soup||200|
|Roast Duck Noodle Soup||260|
|Roast Duck Chicken Noodle Soup||280|
|Xiao Long Bao Noodle Soup||280|
|Beef Brisket Noodle Soup||300|
|Wanton Beef Noodle Soup||320|
|Satay Beef Hofan Soup||320|
|Satay Beef Noodle Soup||320|
|Pork Knuckles Misua||680|
|Crispy Seafood Noodle||400|
|Sliced Beef Noodle w/Satay Sauce||420|
|Asado or Spareribs Hofan||380|
|Noodle Aballone Sauce||440|
|Stir fry Noodle with Three Sheds||330|
|Curry Fishball Siomai||280|
|Salt and Pepper Squid||380|
|Steamed Fish Fillet w/Garlic||480|
|Steamed Fish Fillet with Taosi||480|
|Sweet and Sour Fish Fillet||480|
|Braised Fish Fillet w/Beancurd Hotpot||580|
|Hot Prawn Salad||680|
|Salted Eggyolk Prawn||680|
|Sauteed Crystal Prawn||Seasonal|
|Salt and Pepper Suahe||Seasonal|
|Steamed Sea Bass||Seasonal|
|Braised Lapu-Lapu in Hotpot||Seasonal|
|Crab w/Rice Noodle Soup||Seasonal|
|Salt and Pepper Crab w/Garlic||Seasonal|
|Salted Egg Yolk Crab||Seasonal|
|Crab Sotanghon in Hotpot||1380|
|Braised Seafood Beancurd Hotpot||680|
|Shrimp with Radish in XO Sauce||860|
|Scramble Egg with Assorted Seafood||420|
|Sweet and Sour||380|
|Taiwan Style Layered||380|
|Salt and Pepper Sparibs||380|
|King Dao Spareribs||380|
|Crispy Fried Spareribs w/Salad Sauce||380|
|Seafood Lechon Beancurd||680|
|Japanese Style Pig Knuckle||480|
|Satay Beef w/Golden Mushroom||420|
|Sliced Beef w/Black Pepper Sauce||4204|
|Beef Belly w/Radish in Hotpot||420|
|Sizzling Beef Ribs||680|
|Beef Ribs w/ Black Pepper Sauce||680|
|Beef Brisket in Pot||420|
|Beef Belly Oyster Suace in Pot||420|
|Slice Beef Black Pepper Sauce||420|
|Beef Tenderloin Chinese Style||680|
|BBQ Pork Asado w/Honey Sauce||380|
|Roast Chicken (Half)||400|
|Roast Chicken (Whole)||800|
|3 kinds Roast Meat Combo||500|
|5 kinds Roast Meat Combo||800|
|Sauteed Broccoli w/Garlic||350|
|Sauteed Squid w/Kangkong||380|
|Minced Pork w/Green Beans||320|
|Minced Pork Eggplant Hotpot||380|
|Spinach w/2 kinds of Egg||380|
|Sauteed Spinach with Garlic||320|
|Sauteed Taiwan Pechay with Garlic||320|
|Salt and Pepper Beancurd||320|
|Stir Fry Radish Cake in XO Sauce||380|
|Braised Bean Curd w/Black Mushroom Hotpot||420|
|Golden Mushroom Tofu Hotpot in Satay Sauce||420|
|Sauteed Lettuce in Garlic||320|
|Chicken in Black Pepper Sauce||420|
|Szechuan Spicy Chicken||420|
|Sweet and Sour Chicken||420|
|Crispy Chicken Cutlet||420|
|Steam Three Kinds of Egg||330|
|Chicken Feet in Abalone Sauce||420|
|Egg Yolk Buchi (3pcs)||150|
|Chilled Mango Sago||100/cup|
|Black Gulaman with Lychee||120/cup|
|Almond Jelly with Lychee||120/cup|
|Almond Jelly with Black Gulaman||120/cup|
|Coffee Jelly with Sago||100/cup|
|Fresh Fruit Platter||600|
|Hongkong Lemon Iced Tea||120|
|Hongkong Milk Tea||120|
|Special Blend HK Milk Tea||170|
|Black Jelly w/Sago||120|
|Fresh Pinapple Juice||120|
|Fresh Mango Shake||120|
|Fresh Green Mango Shake||120|
|Fresh Watermelon Shake||120|
|Four Season Shake||140|
|Fresh Buko Juice||120|
|San Miguel Beer||70|
|San Miguel Premium||120|
|Tsing Tao Beer||120|
|Yin Yang Coffee||130|
About Choi Garden
Choi Garden’s early beginnings may be traced back to Mr. Choi TakPui, a Hong Kong culinary specialist who was passionate about introducing the flavor of genuine Cantonese cuisine to the Philippines. Choi Garden Greenhills is unquestionably a big success for the local Filipino and Chinese communities. As the Choi family’s branches continued to grow, this passion of Mr. Choi extended across the nation.
Hong Kong chefs with years of experience honing their trade make up the Cantonese Culinary Team behind Choi Garden. The crew is pleased to provide its top-tier cuisine, which will undoubtedly delight their clients’ palates. With the introduction of their casual dining setup that embodies the superior flavor of the Authentic Cantonese Cuisine represented by the Choi Garden Brand, Choi Garden is designed to appeal to a larger audience.
Choi Garden Menu Best Sellers
Salted Egg Yolk Prawns – The prawns had a crispy exterior and were plump. They were cooked in a decadent salted egg yolk sauce. the height of sinful delight. They are deep-fried till crisp, then a creamy yolk sauce is used to cover them. They’re here to wow with more flavor and added crunch in a lovely golden crust. In reality, salted egg yolks are duck egg yolks that have been kept in brine for months.
Rich Man’s Fried Rice – It is recommended to combine the salted egg yolk prawns with Choi Garden famous Rich Man’s Fried Rice menu, which is made with egg whites and dried scallops. Fried rice tastes best when it is seasoned with a few different ingredients. All three give the rice a distinctive flavor, but it’s possible to go overboard.
Stir-Fried Vegetables – Choose dishes like carrots, mushrooms, broccoli, and cabbage for a healthier option. Additionally, because stir-frying uses little oil, it has a minimal fat level.
West Lake Minced Beef Soup – Because it uses relatively common ingredients, West Lake Beef Soup is a modest starting soup that is well-liked by Chinese people. This soup is delicious but also very sneaky. is a typical Southern Chinese home soup. Every home has its own variation, just like many other common recipes. A subtle savory flavor permeates the soup. Being so light and energizing, it’s excellent as an appetizer. The soup is also really simple and adaptable.
Roast Layer Pork – This is a specialty of Choi Garden’s roasting house. This Choi Garden menu has a perfect amount of fat between the meat’s tenderness and its crunchiness. The flesh’s predominant flavor will probably be fatty, gamey, salty, and savory, with a hint of sweetness. Pork tastes more like white veal, goat, and lamb than it does like pork. However, you might expect the pig to taste bland if it isn’t seasoned.
Black Pepper Beef Ribs – Really beefy and soft. In contrast to pig ribs, beef ribs, like all good beef cuts, have a strong, distinctive flavor that doesn’t require much further seasoning aside from salt, pepper, and occasionally garlic. Many claims that beef has an umami flavor.
Choi Garden Best Seafoods Menu
3-way Lapu Lapu – It looks like Lapu Lapu sinigang and has a smoother flavor similar to Japanese miso soup. First, miso soup is used to serve the lapu-lapu. The second method involves steaming the broccoli and lapu-lapu. The flavor of lapu-lapu is distinctively delicate and fresh. Seasoning is not required. The remaining lapu-lapu is then cooked in a hot pot with tofu in an adobo style. Because it was combined with meat and the adobo sauce was so thick, this one received mixed reviews.
Steamed Garlic Prawns – This Choi Garden seafood menu is a must-try to prepare at home. The aroma of the garlic, the sweetness of the prawns, and the combination of sauces give it a pleasant, savory flavor that will leave you craving more. They contain a lot of selenium, one of the most useful antioxidants for keeping healthy cells.
Dried Scallops – Scallops that have been dried out have a sweet, natural flavor, as opposed to wet scallops, which may have a washed-out, soapy, or even slightly bitter flavor. With dry scallops, you are not paying for additional water. She uses dried scallops and dried shrimp as a one-two flavor punch. The umami flavor of the scallops makes a meal taste less fishy. Personally, it is one of my favorite Choi Garden menu.
Fried Crabs – The shell of the crab provides a little crunch, has a texture similar to fried rice paper, and has a more earthy flavor. The texture of the flesh is buttery, sweet, and salty. The soft shells have an orange-red hue, the body meat is white, and the claw meat is beige.
Choi Garden Promo
The Choi Garden restaurant offers a very generous promo. It offers a fifty percent discount on its menu. However, it is subject to a minimum order of 5,000 pesos and the discount has a limit of 5,000 pesos. This is available if you use credit cards on banks like BDO, Metrobank, Chinabank, and Security bank.
Choi Garden Menu Delivery
To taste the delicious Choi Garden foods, you don’t always need to go to their physical store. You could always order via Grabfood or through the following:
Mobile: 0927- 828 – 8803, 0995 – 748 – 1452, 0922- 662 – 0305
Social Media Pages
To get answers to your queries, you can also contact them on the following social media sites:
The Choi Garden menu promotes a fuss-free yet comfortable and romantic that has the Chinese minimalist vibe thanks to its sufficient space, contemporary chairs and tables set up including its interplay of incredibly simple colors, and an open floor plan giving a little sneak preview and sneak peek of their specialties before serving to the table. The restaurant has eight busy private rooms, including a presidential suite for special occasions.
Reservations made in advance are strongly advised. The best place to find affordable Chinese flavors and essentials is Choi Garden Manila. There are several options and generous servings. It’s time to treat yourself to some delectable Chinese meal excitement offered in a relaxing and calm setting exclusively at Choi Garden, with these offerings and a guaranteed wonderful experience.
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