Jing Ting Restaurant City Of Dreams | Northern Chinese Experience

5 min readOct 14, 2017
Jing Ting Restaurant City Of Dreams | Northern Chinese Experience

Jing Ting Restaurant is bringing North Chinese cuisine to the City of Dreams. Experience the food, service and decor with us as we review this restaurant…

Jing Ting Restaurant City Of Dreams

We Filipinos undeniably love our Chinese cuisine — Noodles, dim sum, or stir-fried dishes always seem to be popular, and for good reason. But… prepare your tummies for something a little different. The City of Dreams Manila is overturning the tables and bringing all food lovers something totally new with Jing Ting Restaurant.

Northern Chinese cuisine, which is not as well know in the Philippines as it’s Cantonese counterpart, is what makes the Jing Ting Restaurant stand apart from the rest. For instance, the menu focuses on hand tossed noodles with jiao zhi (dumplings) as well as various spices popular in the region. It must be noted that Jing Ting’s dishes are not as overwhelmingly spicy as Thai or some other Chinese dishes.

Jing Ting Restaurant

Chef Yang Chen Fei (or fondly called Chef Allan) is Jing Ting’s chef de cuisine. Also joining him is Yang Zhan Hui, his sous chef . It was a big moment for Chef Allan when City Of Dreams flew him over because this is his first time away from China. Among his many culinary skills is that of making hand-pulled noodles and dim sum.

Below is a short video we have of Chef Allan making hand-pulled noodles in less than two minutes. With the glass viewing window, anyone can watch the Chef’s working there art.

The Food

Here are some of the dishes I recommend you trying when you are at Jing Ting Restaurant.
“Jiao Zi” or Beijing Dumplings

From what I am told, this is very popular and is one of their best sellers. (P378/ 8 pcs, P1260/30 pcs)

Jing Ting offers authentic Jiao Zi (dumplings) with delicious fillings like beef and celery, pork, vegetables, and even a fusion containing kimchi. Whichever variety you choose, make sure to dip it in their amazingly tasty dipping sauce made of black vinegar, chili, sesame oil, and soy sauce.

The pastry wrapping is nice and firm so it doesn’t fall apart when you dip it in the sauce as other I have tried at other restaurants. Remember, if you need the dipping sauce to be a little hotter you can always add more chili from the condiments.

Jing Ting Restaurant review city of dreams

Jiao Zi

Genghis Khan Short Ribs

Chef’s Recommendation Menu — P1380

Chef Allan also takes pride in their meat dishes, which usually entails hours and hours of prepping and cooking to achieve the perfect flavor and texture.

Gary ordered this dish for us both to try “ala Philipino style”. With a name like “Genghis Khan”, we wondered if it would live up to the hype…

When it made it to our table it looked good on the plated, smelled good in our nose but tasted even better in our mouth. Looks wise, it is impressive, a whole bone in short rib with beautiful charring and visible spices. I like how tender the meat is and how the herbs and spices nicely compliment each other.

This is a real winner in our books.

Jing Ting Restaurant Genghis

“Genghis Khan” Roasted Prime Short Ribs

Hand-pulled Noodles with Stewed Pork Ribs Soup

We were recommended by the staff to try this dish instead of the original Hand-pulled Noodles in Clear Chicken Soup which I was going to order. The waiter said the chicken can sometimes be a little bland and the pork ribs were definitely tastier.

I liked this dish how it came out but Gary still found it a little bland. Adding more sauce gave it the magic back Gary told me and he was happy with the taste.

Steamed Molten Salted Egg Yolk Custard Bun (P288)

I loved these the first time I tried them at China Blue but I must say I think Jing Ting’s buns are better. When comparing I found the bun to be nice and soft with a good texture in the mouth while the salted egg custard had more intense flavor. Oh, be careful, the custard can be runny so don’t make too much of a mess (lol).

Jing Ting Hand-pulled Noodles with

Hand-pulled Noodles with Stewed Pork Ribs Soup

Steamed Molten Salted Egg Yolk

Steamed Molten Salted Egg Yolk

Steamed Molten Salted Egg Yolk open

Steamed Molten Salted Egg Yolk open


Jing Ting Restaurant is definitely one of the more budget-friendly restaurants in the City Of Dreams complex without losing any of the quality you may expect.

The restaurant is small but well designed and maintained by the staff.

The service is prompt and professional and always willing to answer questions or help you in any way.

This is a great place to take a date or your barkada for a night out. It is also a good place for a late night meal that wont send you broke the next time you are in City Of Dreams. The ambiance is subtle and inviting and the decor is a stylish modern China design.

If you would like to watch your food being prepare you can view it all happening through the glass viewing window into the kitchen. That way you know your dim sum or noodles are fresh.

The food was good and value for money.

All-in-all, it was a good night out and a dinner worth repeating.

Congratulations to City of Dreams for another winning restaurant concept!

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Upper Ground Floor, City of Dreams, Aseana Boulevard corner Macapagal Avenue, Paranaque City

Operating Hours: Open Daily 10:00 AM — 4:00 AM

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