Cafe Mezzanine in Binondo: Your Go-To Place for Chinese Eats
Updated as of January 10, 2020
In Binondo lies a cafe named Cafe Mezzanine, which is owned by famous Chinese delicacy brand Eng Bee Tin. Cafe Mezzanine promises to serve gastronomic specialties that will make you truly love Chinese cuisine.
The restaurant has dedicated itself to supporting the Binondo Paco Fire Search and Rescue Brigade to continue its volunteerism and valuable service to the community. Furthermore, this one of a kind cafe serves Chinese eats including savory noodles, signature dim sum, and other innovative Chinese dishes.
Xiao Long Bao (Php 210)
To name a few, check out their Xiao Long Bao (Php 210), a steamed bun filled with flavorful meat. Plus, you’ll love the juicy taste of this authentic Chinese treat!
Chinese Yakisoba Kungpao Chicken Noodle (Php 210)
If you’re celebrating a birthday of a loved one, this next dish is ideal for the awaited occasion. The Chinese Yakisoba Kungpao Chicken Noodle (Php 210) is certainly a must-try. This one’s comprised of thin noodles drenched in a rich and flavorful sauce.
Aside from offering noodles and dumplings, don’t miss out on their other choices in the menu such as Meatball Congee, Asado with Adobo Egg, Pork Maki, Duck Soup, and Chinese Sausage Omelette. Certainly, these munchies will prove that you will never go wrong with Chinese favorites.
Cafe Mezzanine has captured the attention of numerous people. As you enter the cafe, you’ll notice the fireman’s hat hanging at the wall of the dining space as well as the humble interior of the place as emanated on the wooden interior. The ceiling is colored purple also known as the image color of Eng Bee Tin.
Drop by at Cafe Mezzanine in Binondo and have a taste of authentic Chinese specialties this Chinese New Year or even during the ordinary days!
How to get here
- Cafe Mezzanine is located at 650 Ongpin St., Binondo, Manila.
- From Ayala Avenue, head to Paseo De Roxas and ride a bus going to Baclaran-Malanday via Edsa Ayala. Drop off at Fb Harrison Street. Then, walk to Gil Puyat LRT Station.
- As you ride the LRT going to Roosevelt, drop at Carriedo LRT station. From there, Cafe Mezzanine is about a 10-minute walk.
This first appeared in Philippine Primer Japanese and English January 2020 issues.