Sunday, July 18, 2010

Weekend Food Tripping at: Ying Ying Tea House for the Gazillionth Time

I have been very busy over the weekend!  I apologize because of my busy schedule, I wasn't able to food trip the "right way".  Either I eat on events or I eat "sandwich" on-to-go because I've been chasing time!  To keep it up and make all you hungry hippos (cute hippos) happy!  I'll show you photos of my all time favorite "feel good" food!  It's quite far to most people in the Metro but if you're within the Chinatown area, this restaurant, you have to visit!  It's small, it's crowded and they serve wonderful authentic Chinese food! 

Again and again, my favorite Chinese Food Trip
Ying Ying Tea House

Yang Chow Fried Rice
This order is large for the whole family


Spinach Soup
My favorite healthy soup.  You can also go for their 8 Treasures Soup
both tastes wonderful!!!


Steamed Fish Fillet with Sauce (not on photo)
Very fresh and healthy!  Great for anyone who's on a diet


Fish Fillet in White Sauce
You can actually order this in White Sauce (below) or sweet and sour sauce.  Both tastes great and both are worth giving it a try!  I love the large piece of fish fillet which leaves you longing for more!


Fried Chicken (Whole) with Crispy Chips
You can never go wrong with fried chicken.  Come without gravy but ketchup!
I wish they have their own version of gravy though


Beef with Broccoli
My ultimate favorite!  Though I'm not a meat lover, I love the wonderful combination of greens and reddish browns.  I love the freshness of the broccoli!


Birthday Noodles
What I love about birthday noodles is their ultimate "Calorie high" quail eggs!  I'm not an egg person but when it comes to these tiny cuties, I can't so no!  They're usually colored in pinks or orange!


And would you believe there is such thing as "mountain-high" Noodles called "Cha Misua?"  Great combination of soft noodles and crunchy peanut with scrambled egg shreds on top!  You can order this without rice!


Just so you know, I weigh myself over the weekend and it's the same!  *laughs* I had this wonderful gastronomical meal with a whole bunch of family members! My family knows how to eat!!!  


How's your weekend food tripping?
Keep smilin'
Stay happy!




11 comments:

  1. Yummeh!!!

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  2. The food looks yummy! I haven't eaten here yet.. ever! But will suggest this to my family next time we go to the Chinatown area. :D

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  3. Hmm, yummy!

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  4. YUmmmm!!! This looks really good. I don't think I've ever had birthday noodles ans spinach soup lol.\

    this just reminded me that I need to update my food blog!

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  5. Yup, after your post, we're now hungry hippos alright! hehe.

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  6. the spinach soup looks a bit too green for my liking, but I'll give it a try if I'm ever there - just cos you say it's good.. ;)

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  7. Becky, oh man! You'll love them for sure!

    Bee, hahaha Trust me, I'm not a spinach soup drinker but this one caught my heart

    To all, HUNGRY HIPPOS *CHEERS*!

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  8. wow!
    i didn't know they had spinach soup..
    i need to try this one!

    now im craving for some chinese take-out na

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  9. tHiAmErE, hahahah go go go, healthy naman ang Chinese food :) Try Spinach soup, I didn't like them until I tried!

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