Komrad: Mao’s Hunan and Sichuan Kitchen in Il Terazzo Mall, Tomas Morato

Komrad Restaurant was recommended to me by a friend partly on account of its willingness to showcase its wonderful noodles and unique taste of being dry and spicy at the same time.

Komrad got several branches already in the metro but we visited their branch in Il Terazzo Mall, Tomas Morato, Quezon City. It is a home for some unique and authentic Hunan and Sichuans.

Very neat and classy, boasting its vibrantly–colored tables. Along with carefully picked photos and displays both on the walls and the ceiling. To give you the idea on how is it inside? Check out the photos below and I’m sure you’ll get the feeling. πŸ™‚Β I really thought Komrad is a Russian restaurant. Mao Tse Tung’s exemplary cultural revolution was all over the place.

Now let me get you the taste of their menu. This one will actually welcome you right in front of the resto so you’ll probably already got an idea on what to order even before entering the place.

And here’s what we got:

Komrad Garlic Siomai: This one’s really new to me. A sizzling siomai generously topped with garlic which made this really delicious. The siomai got its unique taste with its ground pork. Really perfect with the chili sauce and calamansi — a really must try!

Komrad Garlic Siomai | Php125.00 | Rating: 5 out of 5

Steamed Hunan Cumin Siomai: See that chili and cumin topping the siomai? Gosh! This one’s just too hot and spicy for me that I couldn’t event finish one. Tsk! This is perfect for those who are really into hot and spicy foods.

Steamed Hunan Cumin Siomai | Php125.00 | Rating: 3 out of 5

Mapo Tofu: A popular Chinese dish from the Sichuan (Szechuan) province. It is a combination of tofu (bean curd) set in a spicy chili- and bean-based sauce, typically a thin, oily, and bright red suspension, and often cooked with fermented black beans and minced meat, usually pork or beef. I love its taste but I was looking for a crispier tofu. Haha!

Mapo Tofu | Php255.00 | Rating: 4.5 out of 5

Kung Pao Shrimp Balls: This has red peppers, celery, onions, peanuts, dry chili, roasted garlic sauce. This is also definitely a must try!

Kung Pao Shrimp Balls | Php325.00 | Rating: 5 out of 5

Steamed Fish Fillet with Blackbean Tapenade: I love this one because of the steamed fish partnered with bean sprouts. Love the taste of the sauce too!

Steamed Fish Fillet with Blackbean Tapenade | Php288.00 | Rating: 5 out of 5

Taiwanese Pork Chop: This pork chop has a great flavor on it. However, it tasted like a kikiam for me. 😦

Taiwanese Pork Chop | Php225.00| Rating: 3 out of 5

Yang Chow Fried Rice: The usual yang chow fried rice but this one’s really generous on egg which made it really yellow in color. πŸ™‚

Yang Chow Fried Rice | Php145.00 | Rating: 4 out of 5

Komrad’s Signature Iced Tea: This is really refreshing. I love that it has a bit of taste of lime. Color’s a bit dull but really taste good.

Komrad’s Signature Iced Tea | Singe Php73.00 Bottomless Php186.00 | Rating: 5 out of 5

Milk Tea: I really loved this. Taste good and the tea and milk really complimented each other. The tea didn’t actually overpowered the milk. And this is also perfect when you ordered spicy food. The milk will help on reducing the feeling of burning in your tongue.

Milk Tea | Php186.00 | Rating: 5 out of 5

Red Beans Buchi: Served to us fresh off the oil. Crunchy on the outside and the red beans inside is as tasty as it is.

Red Beans Buchi | Php45.00 | Rating: 5 out of 5

Overall, I fell inlove with the garlic siomai and the steam fillet fillet. And Komrad already made its name on my to-go to restaurants in the metro. Aside from the cleanliness of the places, friendly and well-mannered staff and managers, the food were incredible. Well-prepared dishes will sure make its way to customer’s heart and and tummy.

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Komrad Mao’s Hunan and Sichuan Kitchen

Location: Komrad Mao’s Hunan and Sichuan Kitchen
Contact: 0912 345 6789
Operating Hours: Mondays- Sundays 10am-12mn
Parking: Yes
Mode of Payment: Cash, Credit Cards

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14 thoughts on “Komrad: Mao’s Hunan and Sichuan Kitchen in Il Terazzo Mall, Tomas Morato

  1. Woah! Look at that chili on top of siomai! I love hot and spicy. Think I’ll be sold with siomai, yang chao fried rice, some buchi and milk tea. And a burp is on its way πŸ™‚

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  2. Nice restaurant! The ambiance looks great from your photo. Very Communist-China-ish. πŸ˜€ Thanks for sharing about the garlic siomai. I bet my partner and I will gonna like it too!

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  3. We really love siomai and that garlic siomai in komrad make us salivate.

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  4. Komrad is the home of Mao Tze tung here in Manila. I still have yet to try Hunan style of the Chinese cuisine…

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  5. I love Chinese food and the photos showed how tasteful they were. Wishing they will also open a branch here in Davao City so I will have a chance to taste their food =)

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  6. Siomai, miss na miss ko na and all the food here. I am making siomai,sana may wrapper akong mabili.

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  7. That sizzling siomai sure got my attention. I’ve always loved siomai and finding different cooking preparations for it is quite a treat.

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  8. Naglalaway ako while reading and looking at the photos of your post. I just love these Chinese food especially the spicy ones!

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  9. you know what? i so hate you because you’re making me super hungry! heehe now im grabbing some siomai for lunch

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  10. I would love to go there… I would love to leisure my life with this kind of japanese restaurant…

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  11. I saw Komrad the last time I was in Il Terrazzo, and also in Eastwood. I haven’t tried eating there yet though, but I’d love to ’cause I’m quite into Hunan and Sichuan cuisine πŸ™‚ Will make sure to have an order of milk tea when I dine there, btw! πŸ™‚

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  12. A bit curious with their Taiwanese Pork Chop. Love milk tea with BLACK GULAMAN…hmmm…so refreshing.

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  13. I must stop visiting your blog when it’s already 2 am my time. Your food photos always makes me hungry. =)

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