They say traveling is best on foot, but in Binondo, the oldest Chinatown in the world, it is also best to explore with your stomach with a Binondo food trip. The food scene here is definitely alive, where every nook and cranny has its share of eateries, serving delights that successfully recreate comforting and familiar food from distant memories.
Binondo in Manila is a well-known cultural and foodie haven. Here, you can find lots of authentic hole-in-the-wall establishments serving everything from flashy Cantonese-themed Lauriat meals to homey Hokkien-style Tsinoy cooking. The food you’ll find here might not be the exact same things-to-do as what you would find in Hong Kong, but it is authentic to the community here. The food scene is very eclectic in Binondo, with a high density of over 100 dining spots, resulting in a possible overwhelming feeling when deciding where to eat.
For those who want to explore on their own, your best resource would be the Big Binondo Food Wok map, where all the restaurants, shops and cultural points of interest in the area are listed.