₱ 750 / Person
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Currently closed: 6:00 - 21:00
Szechuan House - Aloha Hotel is located at 2150 Roxas Boulevard Corner Quirino Avenue, Malate, Manila. This is a Chinese Food restaurant near the Malate.The average price range at Szechuan House - Aloha Hotel is around ₱ 750 / Person,and the opening hours are 6:00 - 21:00.Szechuan House - Aloha Hotel is a well-known gourmet restaurant in the Malate area. There are different kinds of food in Szechuan House - Aloha Hotel that are worth trying. If you have any questions,please contact +63285254192, +639177053889, +63285215328.
Ate here for about a week ago because they have this ruby anniversary thing where you can get 50% for a minimum of 5000. So we ordered more than enough for 5000, only to find out that the 50% discount was only available on weekdays and not on weekends. We went there on a Saturday.I loved their fried tofu. Other than that, you can easily compare their fare to other Chinese restaurants around Manila.
Chika Erwiyanti Wihanda
Been eating here since I was a child, more than 15 years ago. Still tastes great as I remember, especially the pata tim with mantou. Also try their dishes with seafood, I think the restaurant’s owners also own a fishing business so you’re guaranteed that the seafood is always fresh.
Carla J. Braganza
This place is an institution if you ask the old timers. But i can say i enjoy this place too and understand why. We should be so lucky to still have the opportunity to eat their stir fried string beans with minced pork that is perfectly flavored and cooked. Also great is the fried white bread that is dipped in condensed milk - so yummy, a must try. Enjoy! I do hope modernization and the ills of fast commercialization does not change this location, tied in with the Aloha hotel. These are sacred grounds so legs hope this remains to be the case, unless something just as majestic props up on this location.
Typical chinese restaurant. sadly we had to send back the fried rice because it had an unpleasant odor to it. Explanation by management was because of the chorizo but we didnt want to risk it. Food is a bit on the pricey side and wasnt really that impressive.
I got a change to eat their spicy crab sotanghon... my mouth was burning but it felt like i was in heaven... the taste of the crab was all over the sauce and the rice noodles. I am not into spicy food but this was so good not to enjoy. bits and pieces of crab have merge with the sauce that creates a fusion of taste of sweet from the rice noodles, spiciness from the chilis and the taste of that wonderful delicious crab. there were also plenty of other foods to enjoy if you are a little adventurous you should also try their deep fried frog legs. but the spicy sotanghon crab is enough to give this place 5 delicious stars