Wednesday, November 19, 2014

Pearl River Cafe's Cantonese casual dining dimsum resto in TriNoma mall

The Pearl River Café specializes in fresh and authentic Cantonese cuisine serving only the best dimsum, noodles, congee, appetizers, vegetables, fried rice, rice toppings, as well as stir-fried, deep-fried, stewed, and roasted dishes. For the finishing, they have plenty choices for desserts, beverages, and organic hot teas.

Margette is delighted by this bamboo steamer with Crab Roe and Shrimp Shaomai in it

It is a Cantonese casual dining dimsum resto in TriNoma mall’s Sky Garden.  We have been there last week during the Trinoma food crawl co-presented by the Yummy Magazine of Yummy Philippines. Mr. Carlo Lorenzana, the owner of the Trinoma branch, served us their Steamed Crab Roe and Shrimp Shaomai and the Steamed Bun with Custard Paste and Salted Egg, both of good taste and fulfilling our desire for dimsum delicacies.

Crab Roe and Shrimp Shaomai

Their four pieces of steamed Crab Roe and Shrimp Shaomai (PHP99.00) served in bamboo steamer are quite big in sizes.  The tasty fillings are so tender and soft to bite that we end up craving for more.

Steamed Bun with Custard Paste and Salted Egg

The Steamed Bun with Custard Paste and Salted Egg (PHP65.00) are molded and shaped like a spiky dragon-like eggs or much like a thorny dwarf aloe cactus. The yellowy bun is scrumptious and soft with delightful filling.

This tray of Steamed Bun with Custard Paste and Salted Egg looks like a nest of golden spiky dragon-like eggs.
The first Pearl River Cafe branch in the Philippines is in the 4th level of TriNoma Mall in Quezon City. It opened formally last February 2014.
The ambiance is casual and homey.
Edgie having a selfie in the mirror

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Pearl River Cafe
4th Floor, Cinema Garden
Trinoma Mall, North Triangle
Quezon City
Cellphone No. 0927 688 0206
Tweeter: @pearlrivercafe
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Author of Philippine Food, Cooking, and Dining Dictionary - the first and only published Pinoy food and dining dictionary. The book won the national category as Philippine's finalist to the Gourmand Awards international food writing contest in Yantai, Shandong, China to be held in May 2017. A lexicographer who began to compile and wrote his first vernacular dictionaries at the age of 14. A collector of contemporary and vintage dictionaries, both local and foreign.  A linguist studying the many dialects you can find in the Philippines. A blogger maintaining at least 11 blog sites. A researcher of food culture, Pinoy pop culture, interesting places and structures in the country, local transportations, Philippine churches and other places of worship of any religion and beliefs, local anthropology, socio-cultural issues, and whatever interesting about the Philippines and the Filipinos. A visual artist who uses pencil, watercolor, pen, and fingers as medium of expression - once an editorial cartoonist of local broadsheet and campus publications. Created his first hand-made comics magazine and participated the Marian watercolor exhibits in his hometown parish while in high school. A photographer taking at least 2K photos a week in the field while on travel for almost two decades now.  A poet hiding most of the time. A low-profile historian studying continually the origins, history, and progression of many places in the country. A computer programmer who wrote the codes and designed the software application of his digital Cebuano-English dictionary and distributed it for free around the country and over the internet. A traveler who had been to all four corners of the Philippine archipelago, and still setting more footprints anywhere in the country.  A holder of professional driver's license once took the wheels for UBER. A home cook who loves to enhance, modify, elaborate, experiment if not invent more of  Pinoy dishes and delicacies.

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