In the mood for some Chinese food.

There’s a famous ancient Chinese proverb that goes: “To the ruler, the people are heaven; to the people, food is heaven” – to which, we agree!

Food is indeed heaven.

There’s nothing quite like eating to comfort one’s soul; and if you’re like us who consider Chinese food as one of the best comfort foods out there – especially when you’re drunk at 3 in the morning, then this list of Chinese groceries in the metro will surely interest you. We know it’s easier to have Chinese food delivered, but how awesome would it be to be able to prepare it on your own?

YOYO Market

YOYO Market is a Chinese supermarket that specializes in a variety of Chinese food, beverages, and other necessities. From ready-to-cook meals to fresh produce, you can buy pretty much all of the ingredients here. You can also find them in Grab Mart if you want your groceries delivered instead.

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2F-6 7th Avenue, Corner 25th Street & Federation DriveBonifacio Global City, Taguig
(0915) 135-1193


Looking for frozen dumplings and authentic chinese condiments? JZLU Mart certainly has them. They even sell milk tea inside their store.

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G/F The Beacon-Roces Tower, Arnaiz Ave. cor. Don Chino Roces Ave., Makati City
(0956) 531-5562

Bee Tin Grocery

Nothing says authentic Chinese more than a Chinese mart in Chinatown, and that’s Bee-Tin Grocery in Binondo. Not only that, you can also find some other Asian products here including all sorts of spices and seasonings.

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#735 Ongpin St., Brgy. 295 Zone 028, District III, Binondo, Manila
(02) 8243-3453

TPE Market Place

TPE Market Place offers Tawainese products, however, they also feature a mini Chinese deli inside their store.

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Jaka Center, 2111 Chino Roces Ave. cor. Urban Ave., Makati City
(02) 8551-7522

Kim Chong Tin Hopia Factory

Craving for some traditional Hopia? Look no further than Kim Chong Tin’s famous pugon-baked and homemade Hopia. The flavors you can order are plenty. Plus, they offer delivery through here if you’re still a bit wary to venture outdoors.

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Imelda Gen MDSE, 993 C Palanca St, Tondo, Manila
(02) 733-6345

Diao Eng Chai

Famously known as DEC Food Plaza, this Chinese grocery offers a wide array of dimsum and Chinese treats such as Tikoy and hopia. What’s great also is that they have multiple branches across the metro, and that they deliver as well.

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Ho-Land Hopia

Ho-Land Hopia isn’t just known for their Hopias, but for all kinds of Chinese pastries and delicacies in general. Currently, they also offer frozen food and all sorts of Chinese sauces that are must-buys for your pantry.

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We know you loved using the Booky app for discovering the newest places in your city. Given these extraordinary times, we want to continue being helpful during the GCQ so check out our updated food delivery guiderestaurants that just reopened, and where to shop for groceries online, and more.

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