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Top 10 Siomai Under P100
On a quest to find the best siomai in town? Check our top 10 list.
By: Lorraine Tan  |   Published on: Sep 10, 2010 - 8:00am

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6. WAI YING
Address: 810 Benavidez St., Binondo, Manila
Operating Hours: 7 a.m. to 2 a.m.
Price: P60 (4 pieces)

Ask any siomai fan for their go-to place for authentic and reasonably priced siomai and expect to hear Wai Ying as a top recommendation. Located at the heart of Chinatown,  Wai Ying has been around for more than a decade serving their famous siomais to loyal patrons.  We can see why they love  Wai Ying's siomai which is very meaty with a generous amount of shrimp and  chopped mushrooms. We love how the wrapper doesn't harden even after you leave it out for a couple of hours.

 

5. LE CHING TEA HOUSE
Address: G/F Shoppesville, Greenhills Shopping Center, San Juan
Tel. No.: 726-3677
Operating Hours: 7 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Price: P70 (4 pieces)

Le Ching's siomai does not contain ground meat mashed up to create a tiny meatball, but instead, expect to bite into tender, juicy meat strips that remind us of their well-loved Pork Spareribs. It can be enjoyed even without dipping it into their signature toyomansi sauce. Plus, it has the kind of  wrapper that doesn't get mushy or powdery over time.  

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68 Comments
  • Miss S
    Try Kopiroti Katipunan- siomai and Manosa.....
    Sep 13 2012 @ 12:02am     Reply  
  • tak
    President's teahouse siomai comes from
    Wai Ying take out stall near the restaurant
    Jul 14 2012 @ 11:40pm     Reply  
  • Jai
    Chef's Siomai at Rob Boni Cinema level masarap din
    Jun 02 2012 @ 09:39pm     Reply  
  • MariaS
    I thought you should have mentioned Kowloon the 24/7 stalls around the metro. They're siomais are just 55 pesos and they're actually yummy
    Apr 02 2012 @ 03:29pm     Reply  
  • nyc eater
    Ay wala yung siomai house hehe..anyway yung 1-5 di ko pa natitikman yung mga siomai nila. Hehe
    Dec 06 2011 @ 12:52pm     Reply  
  • paulo pangilinan
    how about yung jumbo siomai sa ongpin manosa? hahaha
    Nov 06 2011 @ 11:34pm     Reply  
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    Sep 13 2011 @ 02:48pm     Reply  
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  • siomai love 4u
    Personally, I prefer the siomai from that Pares place in Espana...
    Aug 01 2011 @ 08:16pm     Reply  
  • maldita
    Try in Master Siomai or the Japanese Siomai ... much Cheaper...you can buy 4 pcs. for only 25 pesos. yum,yum!
    Jun 17 2011 @ 01:48pm     Reply  
  • masternijedi
    causeway's siomai is the best!!!rnrntry their siomai and other dimsum for only P45/order at congressional ave. branch between 3:00 - 5:00PM!!!rn(my son's top picks: chicken feet, beancurd, siomai, seafood roll)rnrni recommend their seafood congee too!!! so filling! so yummy!
    Apr 24 2011 @ 12:49am     Reply  
  • jmie
    SIOMAI HOUSE taste so good. Unlike other siomai stalls
    Jan 15 2011 @ 06:41pm     Reply  
  • jerojero
    You should try Shanghai siomai. The siomai (and Shark's fin) is quite big and really tasty. And way below PhP100
    Jan 07 2011 @ 01:54pm     Reply  
  • siomai monster
    I wish causeway was not mentioned here, so that it would get more crowded as it is already today.
    Jan 07 2011 @ 01:33pm     Reply  
  • shey
    I suggest you try Eat Fresh's shomai! it's located in Banawe:)
    Jan 03 2011 @ 07:41pm     Reply  
  • gj
    UP Diliman College of Fine Arts' pride - Manong Nestor's siomai should be in this list. Muy delicioso!!!
    Jan 03 2011 @ 07:24pm     Reply  
  • manosa boy
    masarap din siomai ni maki place by manosa sa mall of asia food court
    Dec 30 2010 @ 09:45am     Reply  
  • tutube
    i don't know why Kowloon House's siomai is not on the list..they're tasty and it is much bigger than most on the list.
    Dec 29 2010 @ 06:37am     Reply  
  • bri
    I love Causeway! Their xiao long bao is awesome too! Better than Crystal Jade.
    Dec 14 2010 @ 06:14pm     Reply  
  • dani
    Something's missing here...MASTER SIOMAI! My favorite fast food siomai. =)
    Dec 07 2010 @ 11:33am     Reply  
  • jaye
    causeway siomai deserves to be on the top spot!
    Nov 28 2010 @ 10:56pm     Reply  
  • kiks
    There's this new place in Jupiter called XO Kitchen. Their siomai is the most similar to the ones i've tried in Hongkong and Singapore. Try to check it out!:)
    Nov 23 2010 @ 02:19pm     Reply  
  • anson
    Thumbs up carinderia in Binondo also serve seriously good siomai. the siomai at Lili at the Hyatt is also good.
    Nov 19 2010 @ 06:36pm     Reply  
  • igeramos
    Buti nalang walang Chow King. Their standard is not as good as before. In some branches they don't even have chopsticks anymore. And they don't serve TEA at all! Saan ka nakakita ng Chinese restaurant, kahit fast food pa siya, that doesn't serve tea? Only in Chow King. A Chinese restaurant that doesn't serve tea is like a woman who had an HRT.
    Nov 13 2010 @ 11:45pm     Reply  
  • doy
    Ditto for Hen Lin! Although most of the places you said is in San Juan, not much in Makati. Oh well, I have to go to Causeway one of these days to try out their dimsum. :)rnrnFor others who kept on bashing on the list. Come on, if you want to have your own list, go lang. Make your own spot.ph. I just don't know if it'll be as successful. :))
    Nov 13 2010 @ 11:06pm     Reply  
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  • javs
    you should try the siomai fro Lu Chi, its relatively unknown still, but they have very good siomai, they have a small stall in Pioneer Center in Kapitolyo. You can even try deep frying it, SARAAAP
    Oct 18 2010 @ 11:31am     Reply  
  • shawie
    how come wla ang kowloon shomai cla ang una lalo na sa sharksfin malalake ang siomai nila masarap pa! pati rin sa siopao iba talaga yung tinapay nila walang makagaya! pati yung red sauce na iniinom ko hahaha....
    Oct 18 2010 @ 03:26am     Reply  
  • Jake
    I love Ministop siomai! Tasty and affordable pa.
    Sep 25 2010 @ 03:48pm     Reply  
  • Myrna
    Lingnam in Greenhills Shopping Center
    Sep 22 2010 @ 10:55pm     Reply  
  • electricoolaid
    ministop? dimsum 'n' dumplings? come on!! they taste old and disgusting, mas masarap pa nga yang master siomai na yan. But seriously, the siomai in Floating Island in Makati Med is awesome and Nathaniel's. Kowloon is pretty good too.
    Sep 20 2010 @ 11:28pm     Reply  
  • psychoCOW
    Yes, where's EatWell?!?rnrnThe Siomai at Cafe Juanita is pretty solid as well.
    Sep 20 2010 @ 10:29pm     Reply  
  • walaeh
    haha arte ni yuck
    Sep 20 2010 @ 10:03pm     Reply  
  • beekeeper
    naku agree with "irvin john" sa DnD. NOT good at all. puro arina and extenders
    Sep 17 2010 @ 10:39am     Reply  
  • siomai lover
    Muy Hong along Banawe (behind STC) should be on the list. Yum. Nagcrave na ko tuloy. Was surprised to find ho-hum siomais in the supposedly "top 10" list. A more extensive research should have been conducted before posting the list.
    Sep 16 2010 @ 05:38pm     Reply  
  • mobile247
    what, no caltex starmart julia vargas siomai?
    Sep 16 2010 @ 04:58pm     Reply  
  • Jeff
    Bakit walang Siomai House? Masarap un. Mura pa.
    Sep 16 2010 @ 05:56am     Reply  
  • steve
    how come jonah's siomai is not included?
    Sep 14 2010 @ 02:26pm     Reply  
  • lissa
    you may also try Ling Nam Pork Siomai big enough, with real pork,and real shrimp on top,a value for money :-)
    Sep 14 2010 @ 01:41pm     Reply  
  • joyah
    paotsin, master siomai and siomai house must be on the list.grabe pila ng paotsin d2 sa pampanga. You can see in every mall and train station na mabenta tlg ang siomai house at master siomai. The ministop siomai must be not on the list,sobra tinipid ang sauce and luma na
    Sep 13 2010 @ 05:47pm     Reply  
  • laruku
    masarap yung sa yang chow restaurant sa shopwise libis!!!rnayoko yung sa mini stop, parang luma na. mas okay pa yung sa siomai house at chowking.
    Sep 13 2010 @ 03:24pm     Reply  
  • ggg
    puro taba din sa henlin, masarap siomai house
    Sep 13 2010 @ 02:17pm     Reply  
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    Sep 13 2010 @ 10:55am     Reply  
  • rina
    masarap din yung sa mien san
    Sep 12 2010 @ 09:25pm     Reply  
  • Sly
    Ako solve na solve nko sa mga siomai na linalako, kasama nung mga 'bopis' on stick. When I was a student, after school snack ko un. Every single day un.
    Sep 12 2010 @ 06:29am     Reply  
  • perla
    panay taba ang sa master siomai kaya ang mura nya mas ok sa kowloon sulit na masarap pa!
    Sep 12 2010 @ 01:19am     Reply  
  • bridget
    I love siomai! If you happen to visit Davao City the siomai at Mandarin restaurant here is one of the best!!
    Sep 11 2010 @ 10:05pm     Reply  
  • irvin john
    anak ng siomai! wats DnD doing on the list? naman po, sobrang lasang arina siomai nila (in fairness sa ibang dumpling nila especially yun me quail egg, masarap). Master Siomai, Jonas and Panda Mien could be more justifiable to include here in terms of taste and price.
    Sep 11 2010 @ 09:16pm     Reply  
  • TriPulante
    Northpark and HapChan too should be on the list! Now I'm craving for siomai, which will be impossible to have one here on the Baltics. grrrrr....
    Sep 11 2010 @ 06:30pm     Reply  
  • anonymous
    Under P100? How much is siomai supposed to be? Eating more than 3 of them usually makes me sick...
    Sep 11 2010 @ 04:49pm     Reply  
  • Chris
    Kowloon house should be included in this one. Big serving and very tasty. yumyum! :)
    Sep 11 2010 @ 10:32am     Reply  
  • Mat Ching
    Masuki's siomai is too starchy
    Sep 11 2010 @ 09:53am     Reply  
  • scarab
    ...no pao tsin?
    Sep 11 2010 @ 12:45am     Reply  
  • tans
    try luk yuen... :D
    Sep 10 2010 @ 11:38pm     Reply  
  • alan
    naku yong mga factory made bonga ang taba at ang msg!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!. go to chinese deli!
    Sep 10 2010 @ 10:44pm     Reply  
  • Irene
    Manong Siomai (Nestor) of UP Fine Arts! :)
    Sep 10 2010 @ 10:41pm     Reply  
  • trinis
    i love siomai of kowloon house! how come its not included!
    Sep 10 2010 @ 07:55pm     Reply  
  • sachi
    waaah gusto ko ng siomai!!!! :))
    Sep 10 2010 @ 06:01pm     Reply  
  • graveremark
    @ergornrnsosyal na syo yun? at kung masarap naman talaga yun siomai sa lugar na yun eh, so anong kasosyalan dun? crab!
    Sep 10 2010 @ 04:02pm     Reply  
  • Yuck
    Siomai house?? Oh please!
    Sep 10 2010 @ 03:18pm     Reply  
  • jd
    agree! master siomai should be here. even siomai house.
    Sep 10 2010 @ 02:21pm     Reply  
  • mandi moore
    where's master sioma??? japanese siomai?? it does not need to be in a sossy resto just right outside MRT or LRT stations!
    Sep 10 2010 @ 12:32pm     Reply  
  • jvucla
    Crystal Jade La Mian Xiao Long Bao opening in Greenhills on monday sept 13 will surely be added into this list for sure!
    Sep 10 2010 @ 11:07am     Reply  
  • ergo
    Ang dami pang pasosyal effect. Siomai lang for crying out loud.
    Sep 10 2010 @ 10:59am     Reply  
  • citygal
    i agree with summer palace but i think that would be over P100 na :) rnrngreat list! i love gloria maris and causeway too
    Sep 10 2010 @ 10:45am     Reply  
  • hotshot_jm
    i'm not sure about this list but Master Siomai's Japanese siomai is one of the tastiest i've tried... d; )
    Sep 10 2010 @ 10:39am     Reply  
  • Trissie Dee Corpus-Ladaw
    I love the Siomai at Summer palace (Edsa Shangri-la Hotel). =)
    Sep 10 2010 @ 10:37am     Reply  
  • Andy
    I agree with jujueyeballs. Eat Well's is one of the best!
    Sep 10 2010 @ 10:16am     Reply  
  • jujueyeballs
    where's EATWELL?rnrnServing's huge, very generous on shrimp and only prepared/steamed when ordered.
    Sep 10 2010 @ 09:18am     Reply  
  • Mina
    yum! since holiday today,..might drop by this shops to have some siomai hahaha :)
    Sep 10 2010 @ 08:52am     Reply  
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