Yang Chow Dimsum Teahouse
my girly-girls and my black gulaman in the foreground
Food was served relatively quick although the waiters weren't too attentive to the diners. The food servers passing our table were concentrated on getting to the table they were called upon and didn't bother looking at other diners trying to catch their attention. But when everything was served to us, we enjoyed the food and didn't notice the taste of MSG which is fairly common to Chinese-style dishes. With no artificial flavoring, I must say that the food was generally good.
(Pardon the shots below as my brood was really famished so they already dug in by the time I remembered to take pictures.)
Beef with Broccoli, PhP 250
The beef strips were tender and there was a generous helping of broccoli and mushrooms on the side.
Fried Spareribs with salt and pepper, PhP 180
The menu said fried pork spareribs so we were surprised that it came out to be pork slices. Nonetheless, we found this dish to be tastefully good. But we also found it to be too spicy for our girls' taste buds. It would have been nice if, seeing that we had kids, they asked us at the start if we preferred it spicy or not.
Yang Chow Fried Rice, good for 2-3, PhP 150
When everyone had their fill, off we went to the grocery (where I bought a vase for the roses that HB gave me.) Most importantly, it's the bonding time with our girls that are truly worth savoring.