• Ding How is back


      Every Cebuano has fond memories of going to Ding How Dimsum House. From its original location along Colon Street when it first opened in 1969 to the iconic restaurant situated in Mango Avenue, Ding How is a storied brand that most notably introduced dim sum cuisine in Cebu, and now it has become part of local culture. The ‘Steamed Fried Rice’, as only Cebuanos know it as such, was originally created in the kitchens of Ding How.


      Ding How also introduced all-day dim sum dining. Traditionally, dim sum was only served for lunch—a practice that remains in traditional Chinese restaurants. With Ding How pioneering this concept, it ushered a dining culture that became the new standard for Cebuanos. After a hiatus of 20 years, Ding How reopens at its new home at the Ground Floor of the Robinsons Galleria Cebu.


      “Ding How has been a part of the Cebuano culture. And after almost two decades of hiatus, we are more than excited to relive the old dim sum experience with the opening of Ding How. With a different service concept yet serving some of the heirloom dishes that we all loved, Ding How is sure to invoke nostalgia and at the same time create fond memories along the way,” shares company president Raymond Kokseng.


      Delight in old favorites such as the Pork Trotter, a traditional Chinese appetizer made of stuffed pork leg seasoned with oriental spices; Kuchay Dumpling, steamed to balance the sharp flavor of the chives; Crystal Scallop Dumpling; Ham Suy Kok, a fried dumpling with soft and chewy texture and Pork BBQ Cake, an oven-baked puff pastry filled with sweet and savory roasted pork. Enjoy other original dishes such as their Baked Shaopao, Beef Steak and Cabbage Pouch capped off with Egg Tart and Custard with Salted Egg Buns. Each meal starts with a complimentary tea service while timeless bestsellers are also available in signature push carts.


      Ding How is located at the G/F Robinsons Galleria Cebu, General Maxilom Avenue, Cebu City.

      For reservations, call (032) 266-7888. To get the latest updates, follow Ding How on Facebook at /DingHowDimsum and browse through the hashtags #CebuDimsum, #DingHow, and #HowComesHome on Instagram.
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      1. jothecontentguy's Avatar
        jothecontentguy -
        wow what a classic!
      1. souinhua's Avatar
        souinhua -
        A little bit upset on their menu

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