If you want some mami and siopao experience that is already written in history, go to Ma Mon Luk in either Quiapo or along Quezon Ave. near Banawe. Those are the only two existing branches of Ma Mon Luk. Since Ma Mon Luk’s death on September 21, 1961, three generations have been succeeded already and I’m glad it’s still there.
Eating at Ma Mon Luk has been in my a-must food tripping list. I’ve always wondered how their mami and siopao tastes like. After being able to eat mami at Ma Mon Luk, I was able to confirm that they certainly taste different from other restaurants that serve mami. Siopao lovers should pay their homage to Ma Mon Luk by eating there.
I would certainly go back here for a siopao and a mami even if I live far from Quezon City.
Quality of Food: 5 out of 5
Cost of Food: 4 out of 5
Ambiance: 3 out of 5
Still the same Ma Mon Luk I’ve seen on the pictures with ventilation provided by ceiling fans.
Quality of Service: 4 out of 5