A Cantonese Lunch at Luk Foo

To celebrate mother’s day last Sunday, we decided to have lunch at Luk Foo. This is actually not our first time here and we love our first experience. Luk Foo serves Cantonese cuisine and their branches can be found mostly on all Puregold grocery stores. Cantonese cuisine is not far from Chinese cuisine which we also love. No wonder this place got to our list easily. 🙂

The place was jam-packed. Full of families celebrating Mother’s Day too. All staff were busy including the Managers on duty. Good thing, there’s already a vacant table to 5 of us. Nice! 🙂 The lace is also big enough for all their customers. Having big round tables for big families and having a second floor makes the place really accommodating and family oriented.

As always, the menu made us really hungry. The photos of the food they serve looks really delicious.

Here’s what we got:

Sweet & Sour Pork | Php260

Lechon Kawali | Php280

Pork Siomai | Php75

Steamed Fish Fillet with Eggplant | Php280

Luk Foo Fried Rice | Php270

No left overs. We really love the food. And I forgot to take photos of their bottomless iced tea. It really taste good that we even asked the staff to just put the whole pitcher of iced tea in our table so he won’t get tired on getting back to us.

Total of Php1,448.00 for all of these. So worth it!

My own ratings:

Taste: 🙂 🙂 🙂 🙂 🙂 out of 5 smiles
Environment: 🙂 🙂 🙂 🙂 🙂 out of 5 smiles
Service: 🙂 🙂 🙂 🙂 out of 5 smiles
Cleanliness: 🙂 🙂 🙂 🙂 🙂 out of 5 smiles
Price: 🙂 🙂 🙂 🙂 🙂 out of 5 smiles

Date of visit: Sunday – May 13, 2012 Lunch time

Luk Foo
Address: Unit D, Puregold E.Rodriguez Ave., QC Philippines

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12 thoughts on “A Cantonese Lunch at Luk Foo

  1. yummy .this is a great treat for mothers day .i love chinese food.

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  2. Looks really yummy! Love the siomai!

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  3. Love sweet & sour pork, and of course those steamed siomai! I actually passed by Luk Foo a few days a go when we stopped to eat at Pure Gold. This is truly a great find! 🙂

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  4. The Luk Foo Fried Rice looks yummylicious! 😛

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  5. Yum!!! The pics look so delicious and the price is quite reasonable. I’d definitely try Luk Foo when I get a chance! Another great restaurant on my to-go list! Thanks!:)

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  6. Just in time for my lunch, nagutom ako. Hahaha! Sweet and Sour pork is one of my favorites to order in a Chinese restaurant. If you happen to tour here in Davao, try Ahfat.

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  7. Haven’t actually tried Cantonese food, but I’m curious after watching a segment in a TV show.
    Just had Chinese food for lunch. Now I’m hungry again 🙂

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  8. I love Luk Foo! This was introduced to my by a college friend last year. I love their 3 mushrooms canton. shrimps, the prichon, and a lot more! Super worth it talaga kumain dito. =)

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  9. You’d never go wrong with these selections. ^_^

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  10. The fried rice looks hefty. Nice mixture of dishes 🙂

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