Luk Yuen Review

Luk Yuen Review
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Luk Yuen offers Cantonese dining that was effectively translated to Filipino genuine experience.  It started as a traditional noodle house offering congee, noodles, and dim sum. Their focus on quality, freshness, consistency and affordability made them a local favorite, and now, Luk Yuen is a full-service Chinese restaurant.  


They have 5 branches – Greenhills, SM Megamall, Cash & Carry (Makati), Alabang Town Center (ATC), and Glorietta 2. We have been to 3 of their branches (SM Megamall, ATC, and Glorietta) and all of them offer a casual ambience. We frequent the ATC branch, even if the place smells old, because of its accessibility from our home.

Luk Yuen ATC is more like a hole in the wall. It’s just beside the supermarket so the place is usually packed with diners who just finished doing their grocery.


We recently ate in their SM Megamall branch and as usual, we were not disappointed. We spent ₱1,225 on this set:

We also like their Chicken Feet with Chili for its right amount of spice, sweetness, and flavor. Their Peppercorn Spareribs were fried until golden brown. It’s crunchy on the outside but juicy on the inside. Its kick of spice is notable. Their Yang Chow Fried Rice is also a must-try. And oh! Do not forget their congee and noodles in your order list!

You can check Luk Yuen menu and prices here. Delivery is available through Food Panda.


For all of the branches we dined at, we can say that their crews are friendly and attentive. Service was fast and professional. Although we hope that they can be more proactive in offering house tea.


Luk Yuen truly has delicious and affordable Chinese food options that you will enjoy. Prices are reasonable; they also have ample servings that can be shared with other diners you are with. Definitely, this is a must-try restaurant if you want great dim sum food.

If you want to bring your date to a good place with good food without having to burn your pocket, then bring her/him here!


Disclaimer: We are not professional food critics. Ghaad, we cannot even cook a decent meal. We just love eating and criticizing  (lol) recording our experiences. That given, please do not take our word against us, as our reviews are solely of our personal opinion, purpose and consumption. We may be swayed, subjected, or somehow influenced by background, sex, religion, nationality, affiliation, and experiences.

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