Together with the Hungry Byaheros, we were able to experience an authentic Chinese cuisine with Wu’s Kitchen, right at the heart of Kapitolyo in Pasig City.
How to get to Wu’s Kitchen?
Wu’s Kitchen is located at 707 Shaw Blvd, Pasig, 1603 Metro Manila.
To get there via commute, ride a jeepney in Shaw Blvd. heading to “Pasig Palengke” and drop off at Oranbo. Wu’s Kitchen is in between KFC and Chowking across the Philhealth office.
For easier commuting/driving to WU’s Kitchen, use Grab and pin to Wu’s Kitchen.
Wu’s Kitchen: Roasting and Dimsum
Wu’s Kitchen offers a variety of Chinese meals including roastings and dimsum which are their bestsellers. Many locals and Chinese descents looking for authentic Chinese meal is dining at Wu’s Kitchen as it is the only Chinese cuisine restaurant in the area.
Guests from a nearby hotel is also eyeing on this restaurant because not that it offers the only authentic Chinese cuisines in the area but it is also one of the surprisingly affordable restaurants one can go. Spend at least ₱500 and I am sure you’d be heading back somewhere with full tummy and a big smile.
We are able to try the following dishes they are offering.
3 Roasting Combination ☆☆☆☆☆
(Asado, Lechon Macau, Roasted Peking Duck) ₱880
Their bestselling cuisine of all. There is a special way of eating each piece with the sauce. You’d find out when you get there. Feel special when you order this bunch.
Pork Siomai ₱110
Wu’s Kitchen’s Pork Siomai is filled with grilled pork and not just wrapping. You’d get to feel and taste the flavor even in just one bite.
Wu’s Kitchen’s Hakaw is smooth and tasteful. Every piece is like love.
Tausi Chicken Feet ₱90
Tausi Chicken Feet is the softest chicken feet I have ever eaten. It’s like eating a cake (only a metaphor about how soft it is) instead of a chicken feet. I highly recommend you trying out this one. Best tasting chicken feet for me.
Japanese Siomai ₱130
Their Japanese Siomai is flavorful as well. You can taste the Nori wrap in each piece.
Kuchay Dumplings ₱140
One of the most picture perfect siomai I’ve seen, and it tastes great too! The saltiness and spiciness bursts in your mouth. The flavor is really there.
Beef Brisket Noodles ₱160
I think I wasn’t able to taste this but the smell is so enticing, I would love to taste it when I get back.
Wu’s Fried Rice ₱210
A flavorful platter of rice. Perfect for the dumplings and the roastings.
Custard Buns ₱130
A sweet bun. Kids and adults will totally love this dessert.
Hongkong Mango Shake ₱85
Real mango fruit shake in a tall glass. You can even sip the fresh fruit bits.
Fresh Lemonade ₱65
with real lemon slices in the glass.
Iced Tea ₱45
A regular iced tea in a tall glass.
Here’s are some photos of the place.
WU’s KITCHEN MENU
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