The term siopao is a Hokkien term that means “steamed buns.” It is a well-known Filipino-Chinese snack item that you can find in many Chinese restaurants as well as a number of bakeries around the city. Its popularity has also spawned a number of sidewalk vendors offering this well-loved snack item.
So, we came up with a list of places where you can find some of the best-tasting siopao in Cebu.
Snowsheen Restaurant is an institution in the food industry in Cebu. The place offers mouth-watering Chinese dishes at a reasonable price. Even with the entry of big-name restaurants in Cebu, customers continue to drop by the place due to their delectable dishes. Aside from the pancit guisado, people keep on going back to Snowsheen for their siopao. The siopao of Snowsheen considered among the best in the Queen City of the South. Snowsheen Restaurant is located along Osmeña Boulevard, Cebu City.
The Majestic Restaurant is one of the most popular Chinese restaurants in Cebu. It has served delectable Chinese dishes in the Queen City of the South for the past three decades and they do not appear to be slowing down. Aside from the usual dim sum dishes, the restaurant also serves one of the best siopao in the city. In fact, it is one of the more popular snack items offered at the place. The Majestic Restaurant is located at the third level of SM City Cebu.
The Sacred Heart Center Sports Club is more popular as a venue for seminars and workshops. The place also features a swimming pool, fitness gym, and multipurpose court. Aside from these facilities, the place also offers a good number of food items that will pique the interest of any food lover in the city. One food item that stands out is the siopao of the place. While it is rather costly, some customers who tried it say the taste is worth the price. Sacred Heart Center Sports Club is located along D. Jakosalem Street, Cebu City.
Taitong Steamer Foods is a hole-in-the-wall restaurant located in Mandaue City. The place may be small, but they supply dim sum to a number of hotels, resorts, and school canteen all over the metro. The place is owned by a chef of Chinese-Malaysian descent.