UPDATE as of June 27, 2017: Long Feung is already closed.
There are lots of good places to eat at Makati: from Little Tokyo to Jupiter St. to Ayala Triangle, etc. However, I find it still a little bit difficult to find an authentic Chinese restaurant at Makati. There are some but they’re only few. That is when my bf and I happen to see this new Chinese restaurant along Urban Avenue (Map). It took us around 2 weeks to finally have time to eat there together with our friend.
When we enter Long Feung, we were a bit intimidated as majority of the characters in their menu are in Chinese. They also have a Mandarin-speaking waitress. But I suggest that you don’t get intimidated as the staffs there are very accommodating. Many of their customers are Chinese which is a good indicator that they serve authentic Chinese dishes. Their price is a bit pricey but the food is worth it.
While they also have top rice in their menu, many of their foods are for sharing which are good for 3-4 persons.
Here is a picture of their Kuachay Rice (Php 480.00). If you’re familiar with Kiampeng, it tastes like one. The only difference is that it’s not sticky.
I’ve never eaten a frog before so when I saw the Sizzling Frog (Php 680.00) on their menu, I knew I wanted to try it. It actually tastes good and the frog tastes a bit like chicken. My only complain with their Sizzling Frog is that it has a lot of bones which make eating it difficult. It would be great if they can have it boneless in the future.
And for the soup, I feel like I want to eat healthy so we ordered for the Ginseng with Black Chicken Soup (Php 688.00). It tastes like chicken broth with a hint Chinese herb. But I enjoyed munching the ginseng.
Long Feung menu:
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