The Queen City of the South is a gastronomical adventure for anyone intrepid enough to explore its culinary landscape. But, for those who want to err on the side of safety, they may want to try out some of the more familiar dishes with a Cebuano twist. Cebuanos have a close affinity to Chinese cuisine. Just take a look at the number of fixed and mobile stores selling siomai, siopao and other Chinese food items.
One store in Tisa has caught the attention of food-loving Cebuanos for the Chinese-inspired food since the menu items it offers is comparable to the ones offered in some restaurants offering Chinese food at a lower price. Braddex Batchoy & Steamed Rice is located along Katipunan Street in Tisa. Even with the healthy competition in the area, Braddex was able to hold its own in the market.
People from nearly all walks of life flock to Braddex to get the chance to taste their version of Chinese dimsum. On any given day, you can find students and professionals bumping elbows with each other while taking a bite out the siomai or slurping in a spoonful of their batchoy or having their fill of steamed rice.
A PHP 200 budget is good enough for two people to eat steam rice, siomai and batchoy while having something left for the fare back home. Talk about budget Chinese dimsum. The items on the menu of Braddex Batchoy & Steamed Rice are spring rolls, fried wanton, steamed chicken, crab pinchers, shrimp ball, bacon roll, siopao. chicken feet, ngohiong, sweet & sour pork and the empress roll. Braddex Batchoy & Steamed Rice is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week. The best time to visit the place is just before the dinner rush. You can also visit the place for a little midnight snack.
Tisa is gradually becoming a haven for foodies as the number of food establishments in the area has increased. Braddex Batchoy & Steamed Rice is just one the establishments that have filled the need of Cebuanos wanting to have good food at reasonable prices.
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