Yang Chow Restaurant Review

We were quite early for our Boracay flight so we decided to take our lunch in one of the restaurants around NAIA Terminal 4 (also known as the Manila Domestic Passenger Terminal or the Old Domestic Terminal). It’s quite difficult to move around and find a parking space, so when we chanced upon an empty parking slot in front of Yang Chow Restaurant, we settled there and decided to dine in and while away the time. It was a very good decision as we had a very satisfactory lunch.


Yang Chow is a Chinese fast food joint with several branches across the Philippines. It offers delicious and affordable Filipino and Chinese cuisines. When we dined in one of its branches, we only paid ₱586 for this tasty set! (Just click on the little arrows to the left and right in order to see the other photos.)

Hakaw ₱80 – Hakaw is my default order when dining in a Chinese restaurant, and Yang Chow did not disappoint me. I loved that the shrimps inside were chunky!

Beef with Brocolli ₱238 – This is one of our favourite viands. Yang Chow Restaurant beef with broccoli was yummy, and it perfectly blended with the fried rice that we ordered. The beef was tender and the broccoli was crunchy.

Seafood Fried Rice ₱188 – very tasty. You can actually order just this without any viand and still be satisfied.

Soy Tofu ₱80 – This soft and tasty dish instantly became JimBry’s favourite.


The Yang Chow Restaurant in NAIA looks more like a food court than a restaurant. It was not elegant. The furniture looks old and tattered, there are stains on the floor. Based on the crowd, it was obvious that travellers and some of the airport staff frequent this restaurant. We think it’s a locals’ favourite. The restaurant was well-lit and can be a bit crowded at times which can make the service a bit slow. Staff are not the chummy type but attentive.


The Yang Chow Restaurant we dined at was inside the Salem complex, just across the airport NAIA Terminal 4.

Address: 99 Palm Drive, Manila International Airport Rd, Paranaque City, Philippines
Other Branches: Marcos Highway, Centris, Masinag, Laguna, Cavite,


No regrets, food was good and cheap, just right if you are looking for a good Chinese food fix.

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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