|Hap Chan San Pablo.|
|Inside Hap Chan.|
|Bamboo mural and red lanterns.|
|The little man asking for his cup to be filled with tea, too. :)|
Hap Chan has extensive food choices on their menu - dimsum, congee, soup, noodles, vegetables, and classic Chinese dishes. They also have a variety of drinks and desserts, set menus, and rice toppings. I ordered two bowls of rice toppings - one for the little man, one for me - instead of ordering rice and viand platters separately.
|Buttered Chicken, Php 130.|
|Fish Fillet with Corn Sauce, Php 130.|
|Hong Kong Lemon Iced Tea.|
|Soyed Tofu, Php 80.|
By the way, rice toppings come with a free glass of Lemon Iced Tea and a small bowl of Ho To Tay soup. Not bad for Php 130 per order, eh?
The little man loved the soup a lot. He even asked for a refill, much to my surprise. Haha!
For dessert, the little man ordered Chilled Taho with Sago. He loves 'taho' (silken tofu) just as much as I love regular tofu. Well you know what they say, the apple doesn't fall from the tree. :)
|Ho To Tay soup.|
|Enjoying every slurp. :)|
|Chilled Taho with Sago, Php 45.|
|Bichu ala Mode, Php 75.|
|Selca after our tummy-fill. :)|
Despite the order mix-up and my issue with the corn sauce, I can't say the dining experience was bad. Mostly because the little man enjoyed his food at Hap Chan. Halfway through our meal, he was telling me that he'd like to eat at this restaurant again and try the other chicken dishes. Haha! Here's hoping there won't be an order mix-up next time we visit!
Hap Chan San Pablo
Ultimart Plaza, M. Paulino St.,
San Pablo City
(049) 572 3300