You Can Now Get Ube Cheese Buchi From Kowloon House
They're available for delivery!
When you think of Chinese cuisine in Manila, you probably think of large round tables, lazy Susans, stacks of freshly steamed dim sum, and of course no Chinatown dining experience is complete without a few servings of buchi for dessert. Traditionally known as Jian dui, the pastry is made of glutinous rice flour, which is fried and coated in sesame seeds. If you're craving some right now or looking to order in, we found something that takes the dessert to the next level: Age-old Cantonese restaurant Kowloon House has ube cheese buchi!
This Pinoy twist on the Chinese dessert is available at Kowloon House's branch at West Avenue in Quezon City. It features the same classic fried rice flour and crunchy coating, but with ube halaya and cheese inside each bite-sized ball. One order will cost you just P65!
You can order Kowloon House's ube cheese buchi at their branch in West Avenue, Quezon City via takeout, drive-through, or delivery. To order, call (02)8372-3685 to 92 local 106-108. They are open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.
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