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Nong Chinoy - Home of Various Chinese and Pinoy Delicacies!

Nong Chinoy Restaurant near LRT Libertad Station
Nong Chinoy Restaurant near LRT Libertad Station
It had been almost two years since I started exploring the foodie world thru this blog, and I can't put into words how thankful I am for your continuous support!

Anyway, just recently I was invited once more to try a food place called Nong Chinoy near LRT Libertad Station. Honestly, I was really reluctant to check the place out due to my unfamiliarity of the area, but I felt like I was obligated to explore that part of the metro. Hence, I accepted the invite and checked the restaurant out!

Nong Chinoy - Karaoke Place near LRT Libertad Station, Pasay
Karaoke Nights are possible here in Nong Chinoy!
A Little Something about Nong Chinoy
Nong Chinoy is a humble restaurant inside Victory Mall near the Libertad Station of LRT. It has a simple interior with dim lights. Seating capacity is just limited but may cater to about 30 to 50 people.

The restaurant offers a well-diversified menu with food cuisine ranging from Chinese to Filipino (including various provincial delicacies). In order for you to have a clearer picture, why don't I share with you the photo of the menu?

Nong Chinoy's Full Menu
Nong Chinoy's Full Menu
Frankly, I'm not really a fan of diverse menu because I easily get overwhelmed. Also, I prefer those places that specialize on a few but unique and amazing dishes. I don't know, but I really find that appealing.

Now that you have an idea about Nong Chinoy, let' s now take a look at the food!

Pancit Habhab || P78
Pancit Habhab of Nong Chinoy
Pancit Habhab of Nong Chinoy
Served with an authentic sukang Iloco, this Pancit Habhab came in with bountiful meat and veggies. Considering the price, I would say that this is already "sulit" (although I found the taste somewhat near regular).

Ilocos Bagnet || P128
Single serving with drink and unlimited rice
The liempo-looking bagnet of Nong Chinoy
The liempo-looking bagnet of Nong Chinoy
Even though I wasn't able to appreciate the appearance of this bagnet (since it looked more like an ordinary liempo), I found the taste good enough. Plus, I find the two sauces that went with it interesting namely the sukang Iloco and the bagoong Balayan.

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Taro Milk Tea (P58) and Blue Lemonade (P38)

The drinks here in Nong Chinoy are simple and traditional; however, to go with the bandwagon, they are also serving some affordable milk teas!


Ilocos Dinakdakan || P108
Nong Chinoy's own version of Dinakdakan 
The Dinakdakan of Nong Chinoy is not the usual one that I'm familiar with. Instead of being diced, the sisig appeared as "strips". Anyway, the taste leaned more towards the regular sisig with slight creaminess coming from the mayonnaise, which I found interesting and nicely done!

Nong Chinoy's Special Chicken || P88
Single serving with drink and unlimited rice
The hybrid chicken of Nong Chinoy
The hybrid chicken of Nong Chinoy
I call this a hybrid chicken because it tastes like Max's chicken and something else (i.e. has a mild lemon grass zest)! Also, it comes with 2 dips (banana catsup and liver sauce) for the flexibility of the taste

I would say that this is "sulit" because you only need to pay up P88 for this size of chicken, a drink and an unli rice.

Pancit Sisig *New*
Pancit Sisig of Nong Chinoy
The soon-to-be-released Pancit Sisig!
Nong Chinoy has been innovating Filipino dishes and recently came up with this creation - Pancit Sisig! 

Luckily, I got the honor of tasting the dish before the release, and I must say that it was really nice with its tasty potent flavor! However, you need to pair this up with something because it has an "umay factor". 

Dried Pusit w/ Unlimited Rice and Drink || P58 
Dried Pusit Dish of Nong Chinoy
The surprisingly affordable meal - Dried Pusit dish! 
I have been craving for something different, so I decided to have this dried pusit - and I loved it! The squid was really tasty with prominence of saltiness (a natural effect of the drying process). Unfortunately, the squid was not crunchy the way I visualized it to be, but I didn't mind it that much.

Crispy Leche Flan ala Mode || P48
Interestingly sweet dessert of Nong Chinoy - Crispy Leche Flan
Interestingly sweet dessert of Nong Chinoy - Crispy Leche Flan
Alright, we've reached almost the end of the blog post, so here's the dessert I had - Crispy Leche Flan!

Interestingly, I found the dessert really lovely with its great blend of the sugar glaze, the leche flan and the ube ice cream! For the price of P48, I think it's a good dessert to order!

Coco Jam with Pili Nuts || P220
Coco Jam with Pili Nuts by Nong Chinoy
Coco Jam with Pili Nuts by Nong Chinoy
Surprisingly, Nong Chinoy also retails some special Filipino delicacies such as this Jam with Pili Nuts (to name one), sauces and more! I haven't tried this product yet, but I'll update this portion when I do!

Nong Chinoy - Summary

Give your approval or disapproval to Nong Chinoy

The dishes here in Nong Chinoy range from the ordinary ones to something one notch interesting, but considering the prices, you'll still find good value for your money. Again, although the food here is not extremely distinguished, it is sufficient enough to satisfy your cravings for various Filipino delicacies (in just one place)!

Nong Chinoy *CLOSED*
Location: G/F Victory Pasay Mall cor. Libertad, Pasay City

Contact and Delivery No.: (02) 782-2182
Operating Hours: 9:00 am to 2:00 am Daily
*Nong Chinoy also caters for various events


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12 comments:

  1. Nagkaron kami ng di magandang experience dito sa Nong Chinoy kahapon, August 31, 2014. Sinabi samen na all day all night ang promo nila na eat all you can buy one take one, nalaman ko to through private message, at sinabi ko na today ako mag avail, basta punta lang daw sa store nila today lunch, wag lang daw dinner dahil full na.. So since mura, gusto namen itry, since may dalawa events na darating sa family namen, guto nmen try ang food, to decide if we coukd have them to cater the baptismal of my niece and birthday of my lola. My sister and I came all the way from Taguig and my cousin and her family came from caloocan. To our disappointment, pagdating namen dun, di daw sila mag accommodate ng walk in guests dahil sa may event dun. Di kami ininform man lang. Nakausap ko yung admin sa cp at humingi sya ng paumanhin, at sinabi nya na order all u can n lang, same charge nun promo nila yung ibibigay samen. Since gutom ba kami, ok na din at dahil nahihiya din naman ako, sinabi ko sa crew na wag kadamihan yung mga order na ilalabas samen, sayang din kasi pag di naubos at umorder na kami. Then, here's another phone call, sabi ng supervisor, owner daw. Kinausap ko sya in a rightful manner at sinabi nya na bigyan kami ng discount. We end up our conversation even thanking each other kasi nagkaron lang ng miscommunication. Then, lumapit yung supervisor, sabi nya, mam, sabi po nun may ari 5% discount lang daw po. Matapos kami paorderin ng paorderin biglang 5% na lang??? Ano yun? Ineexpect namen na 500+ lang ang bayaran namen dahil 125/head nga daw at yung bata na kasama namen is 63.00 nag charge. Napahiya kami sa ginawa nila. YOU DON'T KNOW HOW TO VALUE AND RESPECT YOUR CUSTOMERS. Matapos kami pumwesto at umorder, lalabas din pala kami, dahil babaguhin nyo ang offer. Ngayon ko lang naexperience to.... NAKAKAPANGHINAYANG. The staff and admin are okay. But I think the owner herself, don't know how to deal with such situation in a graceful manner... tsk tsk

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  2. I'm truly sorry to hear that happen, Ms. Rona, but I really appreciate you sharing this experience! It will help the readers of this blog!


    What I can do is to inform the owner, since I still have her contact. Thank you and have a nice day! :D

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  3. I was planning to buy their eat all you can promo online but I decided first to check if their restaurant has review to have an idea of the place and the food. This is really a very informative review. Thanks. But decided not to pursue buying due to the comment below. Since una palang I was having doubt na dahil mura tlga xa, at kapag mura usually, di nakakasatisfy.

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  4. You are very much welcome Relch! Thanks for dropping by and providing your insight!

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  5. woaw, buti nalang nag search muna ko regarding Nong Chinoy >.< Thanks for the info!

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  6. You're welcome Grace! I am happy that you found this post useful!

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  7. Awwww so sad naman, supposedly today I will buy the voucher in Metrodeal and try. Thanks for the info.

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  8. You're welcome! Although, we have to note that the comment listed above is an experience of one customer alone, and we haven't heard from others who got to try Nong Chinoy. :)

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  9. Hope someone will post positive about this resto so I will be convince to try. Can I ask you, is it real they offer buffet here?

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  10. Yes. I was able to talk to the owner, and they are really having a buffet promo there.

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  11. CLOSED na pala ang Nong Chinoy?? kelan pa? Anyway, SAAN pwede magpa REFUND ng paid stubs/tickets ng Weekend Buffet?
    Thanks po sa sasagot.

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  12. Saan po pwede magpa REFUND ng paid stubs/tickets ng Nong Chinoy for Weekend Buffet?? Penge na rin po ng EXISTING-contact numbers nila para hindi naman masayang oras ko bago ako pumunta dun. CLOSED na pala ito.
    Thanks for the infos guys.

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