CHOI CITY Seafood Restaurant in Cebu

Saturday, July 02, 2011

CHOI CITY Seafood Restaurant in Cebu


We are Family!
From the Choi Garden fame in Metro Manila known for authentic Chinese cuisine comes the latest fine dining destination in Cebu! CHOI CITY Seafood Restaurant in Cebu  is located at the Banilad Town Centre near Gaisano Country Mall and Cempark.

Mga dagkog Kaon
Happy Birthday in 3 Languages - English, Tagalog, Chinese with matching dance!
Advanced Celebrant
CHOI CITY distinguishes itself from other chinese restos as being the only authentic Cantonese-Chinese Restaurant in Cebu! Aside from that, their prices are much lower compared to Manila but maintaining the same quality. Their prices are very much affordable to middle class Cebuanos and Filipinos.

2nd floor
Downstairs
our table
Food Choices:

The Choi Garden chain is famous for its Roasted Pork, Roasted Duck, Crispy Fried Pigeons and 3-way Lapu-Lapu (Miso soup, steamed with brocolli & adobo style in hot pot with tofu), as well as Sharks Fin Soup, Wonton Chicken Soup, Chili Crab, Chinese Lechon, and Salt & Pepper Spareribs, just to name a few.

Seafood Soup
Shao Long Pao - Like siopao but smaller, with a surprise broccoli soup inside
Shrimp-Pork Siomai
Fried Rice with Salted Fish - small pieces of Buwad! OMG o_O
About Choi City:

The restaurant chain was established by Mr. Choi Tak Pui of Choi restaurant fame, proudly presents their traditional dishes, all filtered through a prism of skillful preparation and high-quality ingredients. Their four foreign chefs, lead by head chef Siu Bing, hail from the Asian giants of China and Hong Kong and are experts at creating dishes that draw from the rich wellspring of Chinese cuisine.

CHOI City Cebu started just recently on November 19, 2010 with one of the partners  Frank Lao brought it here in Cebu. The Cebu Branch Boasts of 6 Special Function rooms which can seat upto 240 persons while the Ground Floor can seat up to 200 people with a separate smoking area as well!

behind the scenes preparation
Finished Imported Peking Duck
the rest of the duck was minced then mixed with potatos
Steamed Lapu-Lapu Fish with soy sauce
Fresh Squid with Broccoli..yummm
Sauteed Crab
When we went there, our meal consisted of Shaolong Pao, 2 versions of Peking Duck (The regular sliced one and the minced version); Shrimp-pork Sio Mai, Fresh Squid with Broccoli, Steamed Lapu-Lapu with soy sauce, Roasted Layer Pork, Fried Rice with Salted Fish, Malay Cake, Sauteed Crab with Ginger & onion and TAHO which was good for 10-12people or even more!

This Malay Cake is to Die For!
They have a super awesome addictive TAHO too!
Side Note: Talking to the owners and managers, I really gained a new perspective in managing a restaurant and I also learned a lot regarding cooking, logistics and management. The Balding, training, tipping and a lot more techniques! XD
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