LuFong Cantonese Kitchen Pioneer has some big servings of modernized heritage Chinese recipes for you to munch on

LuFong Cantonese Kitchen is actually a family business that started way back 1946. This traditional Chinese restaurant is a paradox to the not-so-good notions of Chinese restaurants. Being handled now by the family’s third generation, LuFong Cantonese Kitchen has gotten bigger and bigger, even expanding up to the busy life in the metro, particularly in Pioneer.

With it being a modernized traditional Chinese restaurant, LuFong Cantonese Kitchen does everything in-house in which you can make sure of as you will be able to see everything they do in their kitchen as they have a glass wall that conceals nothing from the diners view.

Lumpiang Shanghai (Php 250)
Tortang Giniling (Php 280)
Fish Cubes with Tofu & Tausi (Php 300)

More than seventy-five years in operations, they keep their original menu, highlighting localized heritage recipes that have been a comfort food of many just like their Lumpiang Shanghai (Php 250), their Tortang Giniling (Php 280), and their Fish Cubes with Tofu & Tausi (Php 300).

Corn Soup (Php 320)
Sweet & Sour Meatballs (Php 280)
Asado Siopao (Php 45)

All those are undeniably easy to munch on as well as each gives off a homey vibe just like their other dishes which are their Corn Soup (Php 320), their Sweet & Sour Meatballs (Php 280), and their Asado Siopao (Php 45).

Buttered Chicken (Php 280)
Broccoli with Beef (Php 300)

After having to taste quite a bunch of LuFong Cantonese Kitchen’s delicacies, we would not be blaming you nor judge you if you feel like having some more, if not all. In fact, you really could and should have more because their Buttered Chicken (Php 280) and their Broccoli with Beef (Php 300) are both sumptuous dishes you really have got to try.

Pansit with Lechon (Queen (Lechon) Php 300 | King (Lechon & Longganiza) Php 350)
Lechon Kawali (Php 250)
Yang Chow Fried Rice (Small Php 180 | Medium Php 220 | Large Php 270)

Other than those filling dishes, what you actually should not miss out when you find yourself dining in at LuFong Cantonese Kitchen are their Yang Chow Fried Rice (Small Php 180 | Medium Php 220 | Large Php 270), their Pansit with Lechon (Queen (Lechon) Php 300 | King (Lechon & Longganiza) Php 350), and their Lechon Kawali (Php 250)! All just downright delicious and satisfying – it would be hard for you to say no, really.

Milk Tea (Php 60 | add Php 10 for sinkers)

LuFong Cantonese Kitchen may be of a traditional Chinese restaurant, but of course they also get to adapt and revamp their offerings as their Pioneer branch get to be the first to have some crazed over Milk Tea (Php 60 | add Php 10 for sinkers) which will go really well with dish of your choice.

Besides that, know that LuFong Cantonese Kitchen is great for big groups as their servings are always tons, plus they get to cook your food fast because they really are efficient when it comes to their kitchen operations without compromising the quality and taste of your orders.

Also, LuFong Cantonese Kitchen is open for events and catering, as well as they are open for take-out and delivery because they have an in-house delivery service which they claim to be more cost and time efficient, making your dining experience with them even better.

Featured Branch: LuFong Cantonese Kitchen Pioneer, Mandaluyong City

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Address: 123 Pioneer St, Mandaluyong, 1550 Metro Manila

Contact Number: 0916 631 2102

Hours of Operation: Mondays to Saturdays, 11AM to 8PM, Closed on Sundays

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