BY PAUL MICHAEL CAMANIA JARAMILLO
This is unplanned! My friend Sherly asked me to go out last February 19. Since I have know review classes that day, I agreed. That was the start of a new Chinese year and it's Thursday. So I also invited her to a worship service.
We agreed to have our lunch in a Chinese restaurant since it's Chinese New Year. We tried Meylin Chinese Specialties in SM City North EDSA at the third floor of the main building.
It has a wide range of choices to satiate our cravings. Its traditional Chinese fare include freshly made hand-pulled noodles, delectable dimsum and congee.
Meylin Chinese Specialties delights Chinese and Filipino patrons alike with its remarkable brand of home-style cooking fired up in the wok by its expert chefs.
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Let's take a look at their menu.
For Rice and Toppings, Meylin has Braised Beef Rice (P250), Chicken with Black Mushroom Rice (P240), Spareribs with Tausi Rice (P230) and Mixed Seafoods Rice (P250).
Its Noodles and Soup Menu includes Sate Beef Noodles (P250), Eight Treasure Noodles (P220), Szechuan Cold Noodles (P220), Seafood Canton (P250), Clam Soup (P110), Seaweeds Fish Ball Soup (P110) and Wanton Soup (P110).
For Dimsum and Congee, you must try 8-piece Shrimp Dumplings (P210), Sio Long Pao (P120), Fried Cuapao (P30), and Fukien Congee (P200).