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  • Kung Hei Fat Choi!  Wondering where to get moon cakes, tikoy, or those little chocolate coins for good luck in the year of the Metal Tiger?  Here are some handy suggestions for family treats to welcome Chinese New Year: 
    Dec Food Plaza 

    Ortigas Avenue Greenhills, Metro Manila, Philippines                                                                                                     +63 (2) 722 4669

    Whether it’s for dried cuttlefish flakes, cereal drinks, Chinese dried candied fruit, almond cakes, frozen yoghurt bars from Hong Kong or dried beef jerky, Dec Foods has it.  This little grocery chain carries goods you won’t find in just any supermarket. Stock up in style on your favorite Chinese goodies all year round. 
    Our “Big” Little Store

    81st Street Corner Gilmore Avenue New Manila, Metro Manila, Philippines                                                                     +63 (2) 723 6881

    This is one of the best places to get your Chinese New Year dinner ingredients.  You can get an assortment of preserved pork, beef and chicken delights, vacuum-sealed puddings, sausages, noodles, moon cakes, hams and Chinese seasonings.  In addition, Our “Big” Little Store serves hot and tasty bean curd rolls, crab claw dumplings, meatballs and other savory items, Chinese comfort food—carinderia-style.
    Eng Bee Tin Chinese Deli

    628 Ongpin St. Binondo, Manila, Philippines                                                                                                                   +63 (2) 242-9765, +63 (2) 242-9766                                                                                                             info@engbeetin.com                                                                                                                                 http://www.engbeetin.com

    One of the oldest and most prolific Chinese deli franchises in Manila, Eng Bee Tin has branches in most major malls and thoroughfares.  Among their delights are a wide selection of hopias (the two-tone varieties come in cheese and ube, macapuno and pastillas and others), flavored tikoy (strawberry, pandan, etc.) and crispy ampao (sticky-crunchy rice treats made with sesame seeds and/or peanuts). Plus, it’s a good excuse to get your family to explore Binondo!
    Salazar Bakery 


    779-785 Ongpin St, Binondo, Manila, Metro Manila                                                                                                        +63 (2) 733 1392

    You can find some of the tastiest take-home tikoys here stuffed in peanuts and bean paste or smothered in sesame seeds. Salazar Bakery also has various pastries, cakes and breads all ready for that lovely Chinese New Year’s dessert after a filling repast.  Many of these treats are individually wrapped so they’re great for snacking on your trip around Ongpin.  
    Ho-Land Hopia and Bakery

    555 Nueva St, Bgy 289, Zone 027 Binondo, Metro Manila

    For that unadulterated, old-fashioned greasy hopia taste, one needn’t look further than Ho-Land Hopia.  Freshly made, this classic treat is the favorite of old-time balikbayans who yearn for the nostalgia of simpler times. Check out their Chinese puto as well, which is for munching while watching a traditional Dragon Dance.
    New Poland Bakers

    670 Mayon Street Retiro 1100 Quezon City Metro Manila                                                                                         +63(2) 731 9810

    Craving for pork floss, crispy dumplings or flaky rolls?  New Poland has a reasonable range of delectable eatables to choose from, all sealed up and ready to take anywhere. You can also get your treats on the go, steamed or fried while you wait.
    Know any other places to go for Chinese deli to welcome the year of the Metal Tiger?  Write your comments below! 

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