Le Ching Tea House may not look fancy. In fact, it looks like a typical hole-in-the-wall restaurant. However, like many unassuming establishments, you would be surprised with the quality of the food that they serve at Le Ching Tea House.
Le Ching Tea House is a family favorite. Whenever we go to Greenhills Shopping Center, we would make it a point to eat lunch or have merienda at Le Ching Tea House. Our perennial favorites are the pork spareribs, chicken noodle soup, and steamed siomai.
A few weeks ago, we had the chance to visit Le Ching Tea House at UP Ayala Technohub in Quezon City. The last time we ate here was around two years ago. Nothing much has changed about the place since our last visit; it had that typical unpretentious vibe similar to its branch in Greenhills.
Again, we ordered the usual pork spareribs. These were served in tin bowls which may not look much but was actually packed with rice and generous toppings of meat. Le Ching Tea House has not lost its touch when it comes to preparing pork spareribs. The meat was tender and bursting with flavor. What was good about Le Ching was that they always serve steaming hot rice with their meals. We realized that we missed Le Ching’s pork spareribs so much.
After our meal, we were completely satisfied with our delicious lunch. We hope they could open a branch in Fairview where it’s near our house so that we can enjoy our favorite food here anytime that we wanted to.
From Le Ching, we went walking around UP Ayala Technohub
After our lunch, we thought of strolling around Technohub. We never really saw anything in this place except for the restaurants. As such, we were surprised to see that the lawns surrounding the BPO offices were well-manicured. There was a pond behind the restaurants and there were ducks around it. There were also a good number of families enjoying the surroundings and I realized how family-friendly UP Ayala Technohub was. We strolled around so that Miguel would have something new to see.
Overall, it was a good visit to UP Ayala Technohub. We had a great lunch at Le Ching Tea House and had also some bonding time with Miguel while walking around the park in Technohub.
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