Feel the Chinese New Year Vibe When You Sample Super Bowl of China’s Steam-packed Dumplings For Only P360
Are you a dim sum devotee? Someone who gets giddy when a dim sum cart rolls in and shows off bamboo baskets brimming with freshly steamed, bite-sized morsels? Typically served as a snack or a light meal, these classic staples complete every Filipino family’s Chinese spread.
Luckily, in our neck of the woods, finding a good dim sum place is never a problem. There are more than a handful options for foodies around the metro—and even in far-flung areas. One such restaurant is Super Bowl of China, a contemporary spot that serves authentic and affordable Cantonese cuisine since it opened shop in the country in 2001.
All that and dim sum
Apart from the noticeable modern Oriental vibe in the restaurant, you can expect familiar Cantonese dishes at ridiculously pocket-friendly prices at Super Bowl. Case in point: their Dim Sum Combination Platter—a must-order for regular guests who just can’t get enough of the sampler.
At only P360, each basket is already filled with a variety of go-to dumplings, from pork siomai, hakao, and deep-fried wonton to pork shanghai rolls and pork asado siopao, served with a sweet and sour sauce. There’s just one serving of asado siopao in this sampler, but you can easily add P65 for another order. That’ll only ring you up for still under P500—at P425 to be exact.
Single orders are available, too. You can get four pieces of hake (steamed fresh shrimp dumplings) for P180 or six pieces of deep-fried wonton (seasoned ground pork meat in a crispy wonton pocket wrap) for P140. There’s also a serving of Steamed Pork Ribs with Taosi (pork rib cutlets marinated in a black bean sauce and spices topped with slices of red chili) at P130.
For entrees, you can opt for some of their classics, such as their Lemon Chicken, breaded crispy chicken fillets served with their signature lemon sauce; Super Bowl Birthday Noodles, canton noodles with fresh shrimp, cuttlefish, quail eggs, roast pork asado slices, and mixed vegetables in a sesame and dark soy sauce combo; or their Sliced Beef with Broccoli, seasoned beef slices sautéed with fresh broccoli florets, mixed mushrooms, garlic, and carrots in a sesame and oyster sauce.
The Lemon Chicken goes for only P290, with their bestselling Super Bowl Birthday Noodles and Sliced Beef with Broccoli retailing for P350 and P375 respectively.
We suggest ordering their Yang Chow Fried Rice (fragrant rice sautéed in their signature fried rice sauce with shrimp, pork, egg, and assorted veggies) for P270 to fully enjoy your no-frills, genuine Chinese fare.
For bang for your buck dumplings at only P360 and other full-bodied Cantonese dishes, visit Super Bowl of China at SM Megamall, SM Mall of Asia, SM City Baguio, and SM City Fairview.
Don’t forget to swing by at SM Deals, too, to get your daily dose of foodie finds at great discounts and prices.