Little Asia Symphony of Flavors Review

We had a family dinner complete with hubby, kids, and my parents-in-law at Little Asia in Greenhills during the long weekend. There were six of us dining but we paid only P800+ hehe. So how did we do it?

Little Asia PromenadeWe started off with Wonton Wrappers with Cheesy Beef Dip (P185, pictured above) which we got for free because my mother-in-law told the server we were using her Metrobank credit card to pay for the meal. It’s one of Metrobank’s ongoing promos. We enjoyed this appetizer a lot. The wonton wrappers are fried to a crisp so it’s similar to eating chips with dip. The sauce is cheesy, creamy, and full of flavorful ground beef.

Little Asia PromenadeWe then opted for Pineapple Fried Rice (P235, pictured above). It’s a pretty big serving and it can actually feed 4-5 adults (or 3 hungry men). My father-in-law commented that it wasn’t bad (which means it’s good because it’s rare for him to compliment any cuisine apart from Chinese). We also ordered a cup of steamed white rice (which cost around P50) just to be sure everyone has enough.

Little Asia PromenadeWe also ordered Korean Beef Stew (P325, pictured above), which is a very flavorful dish. Little Asia’s version uses Australian beef so it’s melt-in-your-mouth soft. This would go very well with plain steamed white rice because it’s really tasty. We all loved it.
Little Asia PromenadeWe had to have Fish Fillet in Black Bean Sauce (P265, pictured above) because my daughter really loves fish. I’m not too fond of this type of dish so I skipped it but my daughter had about three big fillet pieces and so it must have been good. 🙂

Little Asia PromenadeAnother free dish we were able to avail of was Japanese Tofu Steak (P215, pictured above) thanks to a coupon from my Enjoy Philippines booklet. The tofu was crisp outside and silky smooth inside. It was served with teriyaki sauce and topped with chicken pieces, mushrooms, and kuchay (leeks). Yummy!

And so our total food bill came out to P800+, so it’s below P150 per head. Not bad at all. We wanted to grab a drink from Happy Lemon after dinner since it was close by but the line was soooo very long we just turned around and went somewhere else. 😀

Little Asia Symphony of Flavors
2/F Promenade, Greenhills Shopping Center
San Juan City, Metro Manila

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