There’s a newly opened Chinese restaurant in town — and when I say in town, it means Quezon City lol. I am from QC after all. Anyhow, let’s welcome Yeah Yeah Chinese Cuisine to the neighborhood! Hubby, the kids, and I first had a taste a couple of weeks ago when we were helper-less. We had dinner there and we thought the food was good. I went back to check out their dimsum promo which I saw advertised when we went.
Yeah Yeah Chinese Cuisine is located along E. Rodriguez Sr. Avenue near the corner of Tomas Morato. It’s on the 3rd floor of the building with Starbucks on the ground floor.
As I was saying, Yeah Yeah Chinese Cuisine has a dimsum promo ongoing until Sept. 15, 2018. You can avail of this from 2pm to 5pm and from 9pm to 11pm daily (except Sundays). You can order any dimsum item on the menu for a discounted price of P95… like this Crab Roe Siomai (P120) for starters. It’s normally P120 but you can have it for P95. These are pretty good — very meaty, juicy, and flavorful. Our kids liked it a lot.
The Piggy Salted Egg Yolk Pao (P130) got my attention so I ordered it too.
It came across as really more of a custard pao. They’re served piping hot, fresh off the steamer. The egg filling was not salty. On the contrary, it was on the sweet side. I liked it though because it’s not overly sweet and the bread was really soft and chewy. I’d recommend this for merienda or dessert.
Their Beef Ball (P130) is comprised of big, succulent balls of tasty ground beef with veggies. It’s quite filling to be eating an order by yourself.
Their Xiao Long Bao (P130) is pretty delicious, though I think it could use a bit more soup. The size of the individual pieces is quite hefty though.
Yeah Yeah Chinese Cuisine probably has the best Shrimp Taro Puff (P130) I’ve tried so far. From the crispy flaky outer shell to the yummy taro and shrimp filling, wow… just wow.
There’s a lot of taro but then it’s perfectly balanced by shrimp and vegetables. Most places would have lots of mashed taro, period. Don’t forget to dip it in the sweet and sour sauce.
Most of their dimsum offerings cost P120 to P130 per order so you’re getting about 20% to 25% off with their promo. I think it’s worth it because the food here is really good quality and delicious, although a tad pricey for non-dimsum items. You can’t go wrong ordering anything off their menu. The place is clean, bright, and comfortable too — 3 qualities that are conducive to a good meal for me.
Do take advantage of the ongoing dimsum promo if you want a sampling of what Yeah Yeah Chinese Cuisine has to offer.
Yeah Yeah Chinese Cuisine
3/F Hemady Square
E. Rodriguez Sr. Ave., Quezon City
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