Dimsum lovers strike again as we cruise along Banawe Street looking for Chinese restaurant that serves dimsum in a push cart. We’re looking for an eat-all-you-can promo but I haven’t encountered such in a Chinese restaurant. We spotted Causeway Seafood Restaurant, the busy parking area signifies that food must be good here.
It’s lunch time when we got there and the place is packed, we were greeted by this…
Seconds after we’re seated, I found myself pointing to the steamer baskets one after another. On the table…
Siomai is our staple order when we eat at all Chinese restaurants, you can never go wrong with siomai, and Causeway’s siomai is delish. The Spare Ribs with Tausi is very flavorful, so flavorful I want to order rice to go with it. I just held back from ordering because I’m gaining weight I might need some reading about lipofuze reviews after giving birth.
I was disappointed with the Xiao Long Bao because there’s no soup inside. Hakao has a soft wrap filled with plump shrimps.
The highlight of our meal is the Chicken Feet. Most restaurants I’ve been to serves salty Chicken Feet. But Causeway’s has the right mix of sweet, salty and spicy. The meat just falls off the bone. This is truly the star of our meal because even the non-adventurous foodie husband liked this a lot and now a Chicken Feet lover!
Dimsum prices at Causeway is reasonable, for only Php 65 and if you visit from 9 PM til midnight, they slash their price at Php 45 each. You may not have a variety of choices at those times, though.
Causeway Seafood Restaurant
883 Banawe corner Del Monte Ave.