Dimsum is one of the best ways to get yourself going when hunger strikes. My cousins and I went here to take a snack before going home and I believe that you'll get your money's worth. They're really good and that's why prefer to have them without soy sauce. It's super good! Try it yourself! Kowloon House's Shark's Fin is sure to get you going and coming back for it.
While strolling at SM megamall. I saw a stall of Kowloon house. So I decided to order their siopao bola bola. Php55.00 for two (2) pieces siopao bola bola. Actually it’s very cheap compare to others.
Their Siopao bola bola is good because it is loaded inside unlike the siopao that we usually buy. Personally, I love their siopao bola bola rather than their siopao asado because I like the egg part. Sometimes, when I ordered their siopao for out I put it on a toaster oven or deep fried it so that the outer later is a little bit crispy
The Name of the Place: Kowloon House – even before Chowking hit pay dirt, Kowloon House was already standing proud and was bringing good and affordable dimsum whom us ordinary Juans can have without breaking the bank or anything to that effect. I have fond memories of my dad bringing home their pretty awesome siopas before when I was much much younger. Although they are not as big as they used to be, they continue to persevere so that they remain recognizable even by today’s younger generation.
Where This Branch is At: This particular branch of Kowloon house is locatefd at the basement level of SM Makati, in particular in its food court area. The food shop is flanked by a couple of other eating places, although they seem to be holding fort. The staff were friendly and immediate took our orders.
What We Got: Their siomai meal – It was 3 pieces of their good meaty siomai and a side of rice to boot. I found their siomai good and flavorful, no hint of extenders. The wife and I shared the order and we liked it pretty much – we could see ourselves coming back for more to Kowloon thought. Happy food trails folks!