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New Toho Food Centre is located at 422 Tomas Pinpin Street, Binondo, Manila. This is a Chinese Food restaurant near the Binondo.The average price range at New Toho Food Centre is around ₱ 325 / Person,and the opening hours are 8:30 - 21:00.New Toho Food Centre is a well-known gourmet restaurant in the Binondo area. There are different kinds of food in New Toho Food Centre that are worth trying. If you have any questions,please contact +63282414208, +63282420294.
New Toho Food Centre Reviews
Glydelle Mae Peduche
What is good about here? why people wait for a long line? Toho Food Centre is one of the oldest restaurants in Manila. Your Manila tour will never be complete if you're not going to taste our national hero, Dr. Jose Rizal's Favorite.Yas tried Dr. Jose Rizal Favorite Pancit, Lumpia, Chinese Kikiam, Fried Chicken and Yang Chow.mPancit is very saucey and tasty. The vegetables are plenty in their one platter serving.Very Affordable and SULIT!
What's with Toho Food Center that people are willing to wait in a long line?New Toho Antigua is currently the oldest restaurant in Manila, . Antigua Toho was established in 1866. It is considered as the oldest restaurant in manila and was even mentioned in Dr. Jose Rizal's novel, Noli MeTangere. The lunch meal that was mentioned consist of Pancit Guisado, Lumpiang Shanghai, Yang Chow Fried Rice, Chinese Kikiam and Pork Asado Meal, which were also the favorites of the 3 former Philippine presidents- Quezon, Laurel, and Marcos.
Suldiana Glory Ariza
This store has been open for decades now and is one of the original and rare gem here in Binondo. This is one of our go to restaurant when we don't have any food at home. Must try their spicy squid and beef ampalaya.
Marianne Jeanne Jucar
classic cantonese food from a bygone era now handled by 4th generation management still maintaining authentic chinese well loved by generations. entering this establisment brings back fond memories. must try spicy squid, hamonado pata, asado , quikiam, fried chicken , fish fillet with ampalaya, lechon kawali, hot & spicy soup. servers very professional. place interiors simple and clean. bucket list checked.
The oldest chinese resto in Manila. very classic, the food is good and very affordable , big servings, I like their kikiam and camaron . the small size serving of their rice is good enough for 3 people so don't bother to order large if only 2 of you will eat.