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Tuesday, December 18, 2012

Discover Binondo:HO-LAND CHINESE DELICACIES

I was supposed to initially write a summary of our latest STAYCATION EXPERIENCE at RAMADA MANILA CENTRAL in Ongpin Street Binondo and the Food Adventure that me and my wife had but I realized that it would be too long even for a patient reader to even bother finishing.So I thought of breaking it into parts before creating the summary. Here's one of the interesting shops we tried.

We accidentally discovered HO-LAND CHINESE DELICACIES after eating at Sincerity Restaurant.We were to get a tricycle to Te Ya Kong Temple that time when I saw the sign.HO-LAND, ang cute ng name ayt? Ho of course is a Chinese surname common in the Philippines.So when locals hear the name Ho, they automatically think it's Chinese.And there's Holland in Europe.To come up with a brand name Ho-Land is therefore brilliant.

But this bakery is not just about a catchy trademark,they have one of the best hopia and other Chinese delicacies in Binondo.

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DISCOVER BINONDO:HO-LAND Chinese Delicacies


HO-LAND Chinese Delicacies
I immediately looked at the FOOD MAP given to me by Ivan Man Dy who we accidentally met the day and before and it was there!It is actually one of the highlighted stores in the map ---

HO-LAND CHINESE DELICACIES is a family owned store known for its Hopia Mongo (Wax Gourd Cake).
I was surprised to find out though that they have an assortment of Hopia flavors I haven't heard of before.At meron palang Hopia Pineapple? And what about Hopia Ube-Macapuno Lite or Hopia Pandan-Macapuno? They come in different shapes and cool packaging.

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With so many Hopia flavors to choose from,I indiscriminately picked around six flavors for around 40 pesos each making sure I had the original flavor----Hopia Baboy.

These Hopias kept my merienda sessions delictable for the days that followed.I love the pineapple hopia and the Hopia Ube-Langka.Yum Yum.


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SPECIALTIES:


Hopia Mongo
Hopia Mongo Corn Oil
Hopia Mongo Lite
Hopia Baboy
Hopia Waxgourd
Hopia Ube
Hopia Ube Corn Oil
Hopia Ube-Langka
Hopia Ube-Macapuno Lite
Hopia Pandan-Macapuno
Hopia Otaosa
Hopia Pineapple
Hopia Kondol
Hopia Hapon


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The LIST is very long as it includes not just the 14 Hopia variants I listed above, they also have Tikoy,Mooncakes,White Ampao,Monay,empanada, Glutinous Rice Peanut Bal, and yes, even Malaysian Cake.I noticed an assortment of snacks on the shelf. Here is a list of all you can buy from Ho-Land Chinese Delicacies as stated in their website: http://www.pusangkalye.net/p/ho-land-chinese-delicacies-specialties.html.



MAIN STORE:

551 E.T. Yuchengco Street
cor. Carvajal Binondo, Manila
Tel.# 242-9707, 24-9595


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HO-LAND Chinese Delicacies Binondo Manila


BRANCHES:

834 Banawe Street
Sogo Hotel, Quezon City
Tel.# 732-8788

946 C.M. Recto, Manila
Tel.#  244-3785

88 NBC Square
Congressional Avenue, Quezon City
Tel.#  0922-8818800

#26 N.Domingo st.cor. Gilmore, Quezon City
Tel.#  5479765


PS: Thanks to Ivan Man Dy of OLD MANILA WALKS for giving me a map of The BIG BINONDO FOOD WOK for free.It certainly helped me discover many other restaurants and shop listings other than what brother google can provide.


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Here's their website: http://holandhopia.multiply.com/

5 comments:

  1. madami na palang variants ang hopia... dati hopiang monggo at baboy lang. :D

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  2. di ko pa natratry yan peo since love ko hopia for sure magugustuhan ko yan haha

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  3. Every time I see Binondo ang lagi kong naiisip ay ang 'Chinese New Year' at 'Tikoy' HAHA

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