A Review of Mann Hann

I first tried Mann Hann in 2008 and fell in love with it since then. This year, I have been here twice already, the last time was on August 31 to celebrate my sister-in-law's birthday. From among the best Chinese restaurants in town, I would place Mann Hann at the upper echelons of the rankings.

Eating here is always a delight because of their delicious selections. I am a lover of Chinese cuisine. Among my perennial favorites here are Spicy Spareribs, Lechon Macau, Chicken Mami, Hakaw, Broccolli and Yang Chow fried rice.

The spicy spareribs is always tasty and well-seasoned. It had the right amount of heat that goes well with mounds of rice. As for the lechon macau, its forever crunchy skin is always a delight to munch on. The richness of the pork fat is further enhanced with just the right level of saltiness. The meat is also very tasty, you literally don't need sauce to go with it.

Mann Hann's chicken mami is also a perfect warming comfort food. The soup is bursting with flavor that complements the rich, egg taste of the noodles.

The Yang Chow Fried Rice, meanwhile, is a meal on its own; it is rendered flavorful by generous slices of Chinese sausages and eggs.

What I also like about them is the consistency of taste across their branches; the food that you enjoy in their Trinoma branch will just be as enjoyable in their SM MOA store.

As for the price, you get great value for your money because of the quality of the food. Service is also quick. In some stores, you will have to wait a while to be seated though. All in all, a great experience. I would definitely look forward to going back here soon.

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A Review of Mann Hann A Review of Mann Hann Reviewed by Ivan & Khris Jose on April 18, 2016 Rating: 5

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