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11/11A Cheong Chin Nam Road
4 years ago
On the eat street of Cheong Chin Nam Road, Al-Azhar is a one-stop eatery for Malay, Indian, Thai, and Western food. Even with patrons spoiled for choice, you’ll find them ordering the Roti Prata. Indulge in a Mozza Cheese Egg Prata, where a single pull shows off stretchy Italian Mozzarella. While you’re here, treat yourself to dessert! Al-Azhar serves Roti Tissue, which is a super thin Prata presented in a cone shape. Sweetened milk drips down slowly, giving you time to savor each bite.
4 years ago
Feast on Indian, Malay, and Thai dishes at Al-Azhar Eating Restaurant! Lightly charred Satay, Chicken Biryani (Indian rice dish), and Egg Thosai (a thin, crisp pancake) are just some of the best they have to offer. At the end of every meal, take your Garlic or Cheese Naan and wipe the pot clean of its Butter Chicken Masala like a true local. The chicken is tender, and gravy is rich—just spicy enough for a kick. Al-Azhar is an enduring part of the eat street of Cheong Chin Nam Road, taking up two store spaces on the long street. Students, families, and friends pack in around the tables day in and day out. Keep an ear out for some nostalgic stories because you just might hear the next table reminiscing how they’ve been coming here since they were in school.
9 days ago
This restaurant has three floors, mind you. But despite that, it gets busy during the weekends, holidays and peak hours. Ask your favorite Fil-Chi person to recommend to you a classic Binondo Chinatown Restaurant, this will be mentioned for sure! They have an extensive menu, and I might be a little biased here, but you should try their hakaw. It's amazing! I secretly judge Chinese restaurants by how their hakaws are served, and Ying Ying passed the test with flying colors!
9 days ago
Known for Lanzhou-style noodles as a specialty among a wide range of Chinese dishes that are all bang for the buck! make sure to try their lamien noodles, which are hand-pulled. A bowl of noodles can already satisfy 2-3 people- perfect for your next barkada food crawl!
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