Chairman Wang’s in Alabang is Home to Prime Chinese Beef Noodles
Chinese restaurants may be plentiful in Alabang, with a number of them located at Festival Supermall and at the Alabang Town Center; but the rising business district’s Molito Commercial Complex has yet to house such a restaurant… until you meet Chairman Wang’s Prime Beef Noodle House.
Chairman Wang’s is the only Chinese restaurant in the Molito Commercial Complex
Chairman Wang’s is the only Chinese restaurant you can find in the Molito Commercial Complex. Inspired by the owner’s trips to China, they specialize in serving high-end Cantonese and Mandarin cuisine, with a bit of Japanese thrown in.
A quick look at their menu sums up what their dishes are: wok dining and lamien or hand-pulled noodles. They pride themselves on giving customers the best and freshest meals, with their noodles only being prepared after the customer orders their meal.
The restaurant makes you feel like you’re in a family restaurant in China, yet the lights still give you that modern touch.
Stepping through the doors of Chairman Wang’s is like being transported to a rustic yet modern Chinese restaurant. Their mural, which depicts how the Chinese lived during the old days, is one of the first things you’ll notice.
Paired with their wooden chairs, tables, and Chinese-style lamps, it feels like you’re in one of the restaurants in Beijing.
This mural, flown all the way from China, depicts how the Chinese lived in a time when they still had emperors.
Start off your meal with a rare but good combination of their Hot Prawn Salad with assorted fruits (Php 495). The prawns are made with special batter, then deep-fried to perfection. It served on a bed of assorted fruits such as mango, melon, white dragon fruit, and more.
Hot Prawn Salad with assorted fruits (Php 495)
Their best-selling dish is the Wagyu Noodles Soup. For only Php 480, you’ll get a hearty serving of hand-pulled noodles in a rich, thick stock and slices of Wagyu beef, all made fresh in their kitchen. Its stock is close to what you get with ramen.
Wagyu Noodles Soup (Php 480)
A good way to end your meal is with their Chilled Almond Custard with assorted fruits (Php 220). While most people would go for ice cream or sorbet, Chairman Wang’s best dessert is this custard and fruits combination.
The combination of the almond-flavored custard together with fresh fruits round out the richness of the full meal you just had. It’s big enough for three, but it can be finished by one person if you can.
Chilled Almond Custard with assorted fruits (Php 220)
Need something to wash down all that Chinese goodness? Try their Shanghai Lily (Php 180), a juice filled with fresh fruits from China, or the Chairman’s 8 Treasures Tea (Php 80), which has 6 dried fruits in a cup of chrysanthemum tea.
Shanghai Lily (Php 180)
Chairman’s 8 Treasures Tea (Php 80)
Full meals are not the only good thing about Chairman Wang’s. If you’re ever in the area, you can set up a meeting in their VIP room upstairs for a consumable amount of only Php 6,000. You can also reserve the entire restaurant for private functions and other special events.
Their VIP room, which can sit anywhere from 12-16 people, is positively Chinese.
Chairman Wang’s Prime Beef Noodle House is located at the Molito Lifestyle Complex, Alabang, Muntinlupa City. They are open from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. from Sunday to Thursday and extend until 12 a.m. on Fridays and Saturdays. For reservations, call Chairman Wang at 02-828-8477 or 0923-542-1910. Don’t forget to visit their Facebook page or follow them on Instagram.
How to get here:
- Molito Lifestyle Complex is situated near Alabang Town Center. From SLEX, take the Alabang exit and drive along Alabang-Zapote Road. Enter Alabang Town Center access road going to Molito Lifestyle Complex.
This also appears in Volume 121 of Philippine Primer Japanese Magazine.